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- Series: Verein für Original-Radierung in München
"Verein für Original-Radierung in München. Vierter Jahrgang" (Munich, Kommissionsverlag der Verlagsanstalt für Kunst und Wissenschaft in München, vorlams Friedrich Bruckmann) 1895; containing 12 etchings of various sizes and subjects, including landscape, biblical, animal, figure, and fantasy subjects, and a square-format titlepage vignette in mezzotint by Bernhard Pankok showing the head of a woman in profile. 1. Julius Dietz, "St. Cäcilia", landscape-format showing the seated saint playing her organ at left with listening goatherd and grazing goats; 2. H. E. v. Berlepsch, "Landschaft", an open space with trees and factory chimneys in the distance beyond; 3. Linda Kögel, "Weiblicher Akt", nude woman seen from behind, printed with beige tone; 4. Otto Ubbelohde, "Landschaft", view from the rocky edge of a lake with a hill beyond; 5. Prof. Ernst Zimmermann, "Heimkehr", scene of a homecoming with multiple figures, a drunken man seated at left tended to by a woman, a boy holding a banner at right; 6. G. A. Hoffmann, "Landschaft", landscape with a solitary reaper; 7. Max Feldbauer, "Jagd", in a darkened forest with moose pusued by a bear-like creature shot with an arrow by the nude female archer at right; 8. Ch. Th. Meyer-Basel, "Landschaft", view on a lake with a low wooden foot-bridge, rushes in the foreground and poplar trees reflected in the water; 9. Bernhard Pankok, "Porträtstudie (Schabkunst-Blatt)", mezzotint printed in sepia ink showing a woman in patterned blouse embroidering outdoors; 10. Hubert v. Heyden, "Thierstudie", large etching printed in sepia, with hens and ducks; 11. Hugo Degenhard, "Landschaft", view through trees to a lake or river with a man fishing on the bank; 12. Franz Naager, "Phantasie (Aquatintablatt)", woman seated on a stone bench playing an antiquated stringed instrument, flanked by trees, with a river-god (?) statue above, Pan playing pipes to her left, and the outline of a putto with erased head at her right. Bound with titlepage and list of contents.
Etchings, printed on thick laid paper, each blindstamped with the mark of the Munich Verein, some with aquatint tone
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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.
Many of the etchings appear to involve a very fine aquatint ground which has been applied in rectangular format within the platemark, leaving the impression almost of a separate tone block.
For prices of the prints as stated in the first installment see curator's comments for 1894,0417.561.1-13.
- Not on display
- Associated titles
Associated Title: Verein für Original-Radierung in München. Vierter Jahrgang
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- Prints and Drawings
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