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- Series: Verein für Original-Radierung in München
"Verein für Original-Radierung in München. Sechster Jahrgang" (Munich, Kommissionsverlag der Verlagsanstalt F. Bruckmann A.-G.) 1897; containing 10 etchings of various sizes and subjects, including landscape, animal, and figure subjects, and a small titlepage vignette by Emil Orlik showing a man with a farm woman holding a rake. 1. Sion Wenban, "Zwei Landschaften", two plates printed on the same page, the one above showing trees by a pond, and below farm buildings among trees; 2. Lorenz Müller-Mainz, "Tierstudie", soft-ground etching of a bison lying down; 3. Hans Rossmann, "Gänsemädchen", woman, boldly delineated from the side, seated in a meadow reaching out with her left hand to geese; 4. Otto Keitel, "Landschaft", foliage and trees in the foreground, with a meadow in the middleground at right with hens and seated woman; 5. Emil Orik, "Familienunterhaltung", soft-ground etching perhaps with some tool work, showing an old man with girl by his knees, and an old woman looking on from left; 6. Ernst Dodge, "Amper-Landschaft", narrow-format view of marsh land; 7. Sion Wenban, "Isarbrücke in München", view of the entrance to the Isar bridge with monumental pillars, horse-drawn carts and figures; 8. Hans Anetsberger, "Der Orgelspieler", seated monk seen in profile from the side, playing an organ decorated with an angel, and a skeleton figure of death lurking behind at the right; 9. Franz Krüger, "Landschaft", snowy view of trees with a picket fence and buildings beyond, one with an onion dome; 10. Bernhard Pankok, "Elegie", mezzotint and soft-ground, showing a melancholic man seated on a bench playing the violin, with landscape behind at left. Bound with titlepage and list of contents.
Etchings, printed on thick laid paper, each blindstamped with the mark of the Munich Verein, many 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. Sechster Jahrgang
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