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- Series: Verein für Original-Radierung in München
"Verein für Original-Radierung in München. Erster Jahrgang" (Munich, Verein für Original-Radierung) 1892; containing 12 etchings of various sizes and subjects, including landscape, animal and figure subjects, and a titlepage vignette by Maximilian Dasio showing a winged nude woman seated by a tree with an instrument, in a roundel. 1. Franz Stuck, "Meine Mutter", the artist's mother bust-length in three-quarter view with head scarf; 2. S. L. Wenban, "Central-Banhof München", a wide-format etching dated 1883 showing tracks entering the four arches of the railway station in Munich, with towers of the city behind; 3. Georg Buchner, "Lesende Mädchen", two seated girls seen reading from behind; 4. Peter Halm, "Portraitstudie", an old bearded man with hat, spectacles, and an apron, seated smoking a pipe and reading; 5. Hubert von Heyden, "Bärenkopf", the head of a bear with protruding tongue, and artist's signature prominent at lower left; 6. Fritz Völlmy, "Hammerschmeide", a large etching showing the interior of a blacksmith's forge, with anvils and forms of other equipment boldly catching the light; 7. Wilhelm Leibl, "Alte Frau (Dachaurein)", woman bust-length in profile with her face in shadow, turned to her right reading; 8. C. Th.Meyer-Basel, "Motiv bei München", landscape view with canal or brook leading to a house on the near horizon; 9. Prof. Ernst Zimmermann, "Raucher", man in rustic costume standing by a barrel and blowing smoke rings to his left; 10. Mortiz Erdmann, "Am Gardasee", view of the shore of a lake, with saling boats moored and a steam boat in the distance; 11. Hans Anetsberger, "St. Hubertus", landscape format etching at the edge of a wood showing the saint dismounted from his horse, and kneeling in his vision of the stag with cross between its antlers; 12. J. Manefeld, "Alte Sägemühle", a view of old mill buildings by a stream. Bound with titlepage, introduction, and list of contents and prices.
Etchings, printed on thick laid paper, each blindstamped with the mark of the Munich Verein
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Height: 545 millimetres (sheet size of each page)
Width: 421 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- Part of a volume containing installments in the same series for the years 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896, and 1897, bound together at the BM bindery and registered, respectively, as 1894,0417.561.1-13; 1894,0417.562.1-13; 1895,0617.866.1-13; 1896,0511.490.1-13; 1897,1213.707.1-13; and 1898,0712.221-231*.
Installments for the years 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, and 1903 are kept at 191*.b.20. The years 1904 to 1905, in original title portfolio for 1905, are kept at 191*.b.21.
The prices listed in the letterpress are as follows:
For the complete Jahrgang in 12 plates with titlepage vignette etc. in grey wrapper:
-- examples on Japan paper with imprint: 100 M
-- ditto on Dutch paper ("Holländisch-Papier"): 40 M
Single prints on Japan: 25 M
Single sheets on Dutch paper: 10 M
- Not on display
- Associated titles
Associated Title: Verein für Original-Radierung in München. Erster Jahrgang
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- Prints and Drawings
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