MAX KLINGER | DER TOD ALS HEILAND (DEATH AS SAVIOUR) (SINGER 180)
Property from a Private Collection, United Kingdom
German, 1857 - 1920
DER TOD ALS HEILAND (DEATH AS SAVIOUR) (SINGER 180)
etching and aquatint, 1889, signed and dated in in pencil M. Klinger 12 Mar 89 lower left, numbered no. 9 lower right, on sturdy Japan paper, unframed
plate: 24.5 by 31cm., 9½ by 12¼in.
sheet: 60 by 44.5cm., 23½ by 7½ in.
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With full margins, in good condition, pale paper discoloration, very pale scattered foxing, a diagonal crease along lower sheet edge, the upper left tip of sheet folded, remnants of previous hinging along right sheet edge verso, unframed.
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Maximilian (Max) & Hertha Morgenstern, Vienna (acquired directly from the artist); thence by descent to the present owner