Dame (K. 19II)
Property from a Private European Collection
1891 - 1969
Dame (K. 19II)
Drypoint, 1922, from Radierwerk III, signed in pencil, dated, titled, inscribed 'II. Zustand I. Probedruck', a trial proof aside from the numbered edition of 50, published by Heinar Schilling, Dresdner Verlag, Dresden, on cream wove paper, unframed
plate: 350 by 280mm 13 1/2 by 11in
sheet: 495 by 410mm 19 1/2 by 16 1/4 in
With wide margins, in generally good condition, the upper right corner fractionally shaved, with paper discoloration and diagonal abraided creases backed by Japan, a short tear backed by Japan at the lower left margin (measuring approx. 1cm), the margins with occasional short, soft handling creases, unframed.
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Private Collection, Switzerland (Acquired from the above in the 1960's)
Thence by descent to the present owner