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The Robert Gore Rifkind Center for German Expressionist Studies 




German Expressio 

Prints and Draw 

CATALOGUE OF THE COLLECTIO 






German Expressionist 
Prints and Drawings 

Volume 1 

Essays by Stephanie Barron, Wolf-Dieter Dube, Alexander 
Diickers, Peter Guenther, Rose-Carol Washton Long, Paul 
Raabe, Robert Gore Rifkind, and Ida Katherine Rigby 

Volume 2 

Catalogue of the Collection by Bruce Davis 

The Robert Gore Rifkind Center for German Expressionist 
Studies at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art contains 
the world's most comprehensive and distinguished collection 
of German Expressionist prints and drawings, illustrated 
books, and periodicals. This two-volume publication docu- 
ments for the first time the Study Center's immense holdings. 

The richly illustrated essays in volume 1 place the collection 
in the context of the history and development of the German 
Expressionist movement, survey research in the field, and 
include Robert Gore Rifkind's interview with Oskar Kokoschka. 

Volume 2, the largest and most inclusive ever published on 
German Expressionist graphic art, illustrates and precisely 
catalogues each of the more than five thousand works in the 
collection. The volume's six indexes permit access to this 
outstanding material by book, periodical, and portfolio titles; 
authors and publishers of illustrated works; and the subjects 
of portraits. 



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German Expressionist 

Prints and Drawings 



German Expressionist 

Prints and Drawings 



The Robert Gore Rif kind Center for German Expressionist Studies 

volume 2 

Catalogue of the Collection 



Bruce Davis 



Los Angeles County Museum of Art 
Prestel 



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Robert Gore Rifkind Center for 
German Expressionist Studies. 
German expressionist prints 
and drawings. 

Bibliography: p. 
Includes indexes. 
Vol. 2: Catalogue of the 
collection / Bruce Davis. 
1. German expressionism 
(Art)-Catalogs. 2, Art- 
California-Los Angeles- 
Catalogs. 3. Robert Gore 
Rifkind Center for German 
Expressionist Studies- 
Catalogs. I. Barron, 
Stephanie. II. Davis, Bruce, 
1951- III. Title. 

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Mitch Tuchman, managing editor 

Karen Jacobson, editor 

Deenie Yudell, designer 

Peter Brenner, head photographer 

Renee Carver, Jeff Conley, 
Barbara Lyter, Ken McKnight, and 
Steven Oliver, photographers 

Eileen Delson, 
production coordinator and 
layout designer 

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production assistants 

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manuscript typists 

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The collection of the library of 
the Rifkind Study Center is 
catalogued in Susan Trauger, 
The Catalogue of the Library of 
the Robert Gore Rifkind Center 
for German Expressionist 
Studies (Boston: G.K.Hall, 1989). 

This publication is supported 
in part by a grant from the 
National Endowment for the 
Arts. 



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Contents 



vi Acknowledgments 

vii Note to the Reader 

viii List of References and Exhibition Catalogues 

1 Catalogue 



Left to right: 

Jan Zrzavy 

Jongleur 
Cat. no. 3176 

Erich Heckel 

Stehende 
Cat. no. 1032 

Lasar Segall 

lm Atelier 
Cat. no. 2747 




Indexes 

832 Authors and Editors 

833 Publishers 

835 Books 

836 Periodicals 

841 Portfolios 

842 Portraits 



Vincenc Benes 

Untitled (Cubist still life) 
Cat. no. 225 




Acknowledgments 

The compilation of rudimentary descriptive information for 
the more than five thousand prints and drawings in the 
Robert Gore Rifkind Center for German Expressionist Stud- 
ies is an enormous task, one made considerably easier for the 
author by the presence in the center of files for many of the 
objects. The labors of the collection's previous curators and 
librarians must be acknowledged, and the present task could 
not have been completed without the assistance of the cen- 
ter's staff: Timothy Benson, associate curator; Christine 
Vigiletti, registrar; Susan Trauger, librarian; and Vicki 
Gambill, secretary. Ernestine Kahn checked the translation 
of German titles into English. Museum Service Council vol- 
unteer Crete Wolf researched biographical information for 
hundreds of artists. This project tested the talents of many 
museum staff members, but all responded superbly: Ebria 
Feinblatt and Victor Carlson, former and present senior 
curators of prints and drawings; Mitch Tuchman, managing 
editor; Deenie Yudell, head graphic designer, whose sen- 
sitive design enhanced both the appearance and the usability 
of the catalogue; manuscript typists Nancy Carcione and Tom 
Jacobson; and photographers Peter Brenner, Renee Carver, 
Jeff Conley, Barbara Lyter, Ken McKnight, and Steven 
Oliver. Eileen Delson coordinated the layout and mechanical 
production for this volume; Deborah Gassner and Jenny 
Ford were responsible for additional production work. 
Special thanks are owed to the catalogue's editor, Karen 
Jacobson, who detected countless inconsistencies and factual 
errors. Many visiting scholars, including those who contrib- 
uted essays to the companion volume to this catalogue, dis- 
cussed a variety of issues with the author, who is grateful for 
their patience and advice. Finally, Robert Gore Rifkind has 
been a source of enthusiasm, inspiration, and information. 



Bruce Davis 

Curator, Prints and Drawings 



Note to the Reader 

The purpose of this catalogue is to describe and illustrate 
all of the original prints and drawings in the Rifkind Study 
Center. There are, however, some exceptions, particularly in 
the area of illustrated books and periodicals. In general only 
full-page illustrations have been described in detail and illus- 
trated; vignettes, marginalia, initials, and other minor 
printed matter have not been individually catalogued. Fur- 
thermore books illustrated by the prolific Frans Masereel 
have been described only summarily because full descrip- 
tions would have distorted his importance within both the 
collection and twentieth-century graphic art. 

In many ways this catalogue is only a provisional one. 
Additional scholarly research will bring forth information 
that will correct and expand upon what is provided here. 
Visitors to the center may uncover works not included in this 
volume or may find that some works catalogued are reproduc- 
tions rather than original prints. Because descriptions of 
illustrations in books and periodicals of the era are often 
inconsistent, the author decided to err on the side of inclu- 
siveness by cataloguing all works that appear to be original, 
whether or not they are described as such. 

The catalogue is arranged alphabetically by artist. Names 
with umlauts are not treated differently from those without; 
for example, Rossner follows Rohlfs. Each artist's works are 
listed chronologically, with undated works listed at the end of 
the artist s group of entries. When the center owns more than 
one work from a given year, they are arranged alphabetically 
by title, with untitled works appearing at the end. The author 
has attempted to correct some errors in earlier books and 
catalogues and to note when the information given here dif- 
fers from that published previously. The following guidelines 
have been used. 

Biographical information: Dates and places of birth and death are 
given for each artist when known. If no state or country is 
given, the city is in Germany. 

Title and date: When no title is known, a brief descriptive title 
is used. For undated works the date of execution is assumed 
to be close to the date of publication. 

Medium and paper: The author has tried to describe the media 
accurately in addition to listing the colors used; when none is 
listed, the color is black. Unless noted otherwise, the paper 
color is white or cream. The type of paper is described gen- 
erally as wove, laid, or japan, regardless of whether it is made 
by machine or hand. The manufacturer of the paper is given 
when known. 

Size: Many works have been remeasured. Height precedes 
width. For drawings, sheet size is given; for etchings, plate 
size; for lithographs and woodcuts, image size. 



Remarks: These are generally limited to the name of the pub- 
lisher, the published source of the work — such as portfolio, 
periodical, or book — and the size of the edition, if known. 

Inscription: Signatures, dates, titles, and other written inscrip- 
tions have been noted. 

Provenance: Source and date of the work's acquisition by 
Robert Gore Rifkind or the center have been given. When 
known, earlier history is also noted. 

Reference: If a work appears in a catalogue raisonne, the cata- 
logue number is given. Only more recent catalogues are 
cited. All references cited are included in the List of Refer- 
ences and Exhibition Catalogues. 

Exhibition: Only exhibitions in which the center's impression 
appeared are listed. All exhibition catalogues cited are 
included in the List of References and Exhibition 
Catalogues. 

Museum number and credit line: If no credit line is given, the fol- 
lowing guidelines should be used. For works with museum 
numbers beginning with M. 82. 287 and M. 82. 288, the credit 
line is Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Robert Gore 
Rifkind Center for German Expressionist Studies; for works 
with museum numbers beginning with 83. 1, the credit line is 
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Robert Gore Rifkind 
Center for German Expressionist Studies; purchased with 
funds provided by Anna Bing Arnold, Museum Acquisition 
Fund, and Deaccession Funds. 



List of References and Exhibition Catalogues 

Arntz, Wilhelm F. Bibliographie der Werkkatalog zur Kunst des 
zwanzigstenjahrhunderts. Band 1: Ackermann— Avery. Haag 
(Oberbayern): Verlag Gertrud Arntz- Winter, 1974. 

Barron, Stephanie, ed. German Expressionist Sculpture. Exhibition cata- 
logue. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1983. 

Barton, Brigid S. German Expressionist Woodcuts from the Robert Gore 
Rifkind Foundation. Exhibition catalogue. Santa Clara, Calif.: De 
Saisset Art Gallery and Museum, University of Santa Clara, 1980, 

Bolliger, Hans, and E. W. Kornfeld. Ausstellung Kiinstlergruppe 
Briicke: Jahresmappen, 1906-19)2. Exhibition catalogue. Bern: 
Klipstein & Kornfeld, 1958. 

Cailler, Pierre. Catalogue raisonne de Voeuvre grave et lithographic de 
Maurice Denis. Geneva: Editions Pierre Cailler, 1968. 

Calvocoressi, Richard. Oskar Kokoschka, 1886-19S0. Exhibition cata- 
logue. New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1986. 

Chipp, Herschel B. The Human Image in German Expressionist Graphic 
Art from the Robert Gore Rifkind Foundation. Exhibition catalogue. 
Berkeley: University Art Museum, University of California, 1981. 

Compin, Isabelle. Henri-Edmond Cross. Paris: Quatre Chemins, 1964. 

Delteil, Loys. Le peintre-graveur illustri , tome quatrieme: Anders 
Zorn. Paris: Loys Delteil, 1909. 

. he peintre-graveur illustre', tome sixieme: Rude, Barye. Carpeaux, 

Rodin. Paris: Loys Delteil, 1910. 

Driesbach, Janice Tolhurst, German and Austrian Expressionism, 

igoo-1920. Exhibition catalogue. Bloomington: Indiana University Art 
Museum, 1977. 

Dube, Annemarie, and Wolf-Dieter Dube. E. L. Kirchner: Das 
graphische Werk. 2 vols. Munich: Prestel-Verlag, 1967. 

. Erich Heckel: Das graphische Werk. 2 vols. New York: Ernst 

Rathenau, 1964. 

DOCKERS, Alexander. George Grosz: Das druckgraphische Werk. Berlin: 
Propylaen Verlag, 1979. 

Eckhardt, Ferdinand. Das graphische Werk von Walter Gramatte. 
Zurich: Amalthea Verlag, 1932. 

Engels, MathiasT. Campendonk, Holzschnitte: Werkverzeichnis. Stutt- 
gart: Kohlhammer, 1959. 

Exteens, Maurice. Voeuvre grav& et lithographic de Felicien Rops. 4 vols. 
Paris: Editions Pellet, 1928. 

Fechter, Paul. Das graphische Werk Max Pechsteins. Berlin: Fritz 
Gurlitt Verlag, 1921. 

Forster-Hahn, Francoise. Kathe Kollwitz: Prints, Drawings, Sculpture. 
Exhibition catalogue. Riverside: Ihiiversity Art Galleries, University of 
California, 1978. 

Fryberger, Betsy. In Celebraton of Paul Klee, i8-/g-iQ40: Fifty Prints. 
Stanford Art Book, no. 18. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University 
Museum of Art, 1979. 

Gallwitz, Klaus. Max Beckmann: Die Druckgraphik. Exhibition cata- 
logue. Karlsruhe: Badischer Kunstverein, 1962. 

Goley, Mary Anne. The Prints of Erich Heckel from the Los Angeles 
County Museum of Art, the Robert Gore Rifkind Center for German 
Expressionist Studies. Exhibition catalogue. Washington, D.C.: Fed- 
eral Reserve Board, 1984. 

GOpel, Erhard. Max Beckmann: Katalog der Gemdlde. 2 vols. Bern: 
Verlag Kornfeld & Cie., 1976. 

Gordon, Donald. Modern Art Exhibitions, 1900-1916, 2 vols. Munich: 
Prestel-Verlag, 1974. 

Grochowiak. Thomas. Ludwig Meidner. Recklinghausen: Verlag Aurel 
Bongers, 1966. 

Guenther, Peter W. German Expressionism: Toward a New Humanism. 
Exhibition catalogue. Houston: Sarah Campbell Blaffer Gallery, Uni- 
versity of Houston, 1977. 

Hagenlocher, Alfred. Wilhelm Laage: Das graphische Werk. Munich: 
Karl Thiemig, 1969. 

Jahn, Beate, and Friedemann Berger. Die Schaffenden: Eine Auswahl der 
Jahrgange 1 bis III und Katalog des Mappenwerkes. Leipzig and Wei- 
mar: Gustav Kiepenheuer Verlag, 1984. 

Jentsch, Ralph. Hans Meid: Das graphische Werk. Esslingen: Verlag 
Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 1978. 

. Richard Seewald: Das graphische Werk. Esslingen: Verlag 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 1973. 



. Rudolf Grossmann, 1882-1941. Gemdlde, Aquarelle, 

Zeichnungen, Graphik, illustrierte Biicher. Exhibition catalogue. Ess- 
lingen: Verlag Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 1974. 

Jordan, Jim. The Graphic Legacy of Paul Klee. Exhibition catalogue. 
Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y. : Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Bard Col- 
lege, 1983. 

Kaiser, Hans. Max Beckmann. Berlin: Paul Cassirer, 1913. 

Kallir, Otto. Egon Schiele: The Graphic Work. New York: Crown Pub- 
lishers, 1970. 

Karl, Louis. Adolf Erbsloh: Das graphische Werk. Exhibition catalogue. 
Munich: Karl & Faber, 1982. 

Karsch, Florian. Georg Tappert: Das nachgelassene graphische Werk. 
Berlin: Galerie Nierendorf, 1963. 

. Otto Dix: Das graphische Werk. Hannover: Fackeltrager- Verlag 

Schmidt-Kiister, 1970. 

-. Orfo Mueller: Das graphische Gesamtwerk. Exhibition catalogue. 



Berlin: Galerie Nierendorf, 1974. 
Karshan, Donald. Archipenko: The Sculpture and Graphic Art. 

Tubingen: Ernst Wasmuth, 1974. 
Klipstein, August. Kathe Kollwitz: Verzeichnis des graphischen Werkes. 

Bern: Klipstein &Co., 1955. 
Kolb, Leon. The Woodcuts of Jakob Steinhardt. San Francisco: Genuart 

Co., 1959. 
Kornfeld, E. W. Verzeichnis des graphischen Werkes von Paul Klee. 

Bern: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 1963. 
Kornfeld, E. W., and Peter Wick. Catalogue raisonne de Voeuvre grav& 

et lithographic de Paul Signac. Bern: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 1974. 
Lankheit, Klaus. Franz Marc: Katalog der Werke. Cologne: Verlag M. 

DuMont Schauberg, 1970. 
Larson, Philip. German Expressionist Drawings from the Collection ofD. 

Thomas Bergen. Exhibition catalogue. South Bend, Ind.: University of 

Notre Dame Art Gallery, 1977. 
Leppien, Helmut R. Max Ernst: Das graphische Werk. Houston: Menil 

Foundation; Cologne: Verlag M. DuMont Schauberg, 1975. 
Mandach, Conrad de. Cuno Amiet: Vollstdndiges Verzeichnis der 

Druckgraphik des Kunstlers. Bern: Sehweizerische graphische Gesell- 

schaft, 1939. 
Miesel, Victor H. Ludwig Meidner: An Expressionist Master. Exhibition 

catalogue. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Museum of Art, 1978. 
Muller, Heinrich. Die spate Graphik von Lovis Corinth. Hamburg: 

Lichtwarkstiftung, i960. 
Nagel, Otto, ed. Kathe Kollwitz: Die Handzeichnungen. 2 vols. Berlin: 

Henschelverlag Kunst und Gesellschaft, 1972. 
Nathanson, Richard. A Collection ofWoodcuts by Arthur Segal. London: 

Privately printed, 1972. 
Novotny, Fritz, and Hubert Adolph. Max Kurzweil: Ein Maler der Wie- 
ner Sezession. Vienna: Jugen & Volk, 1969. 
Osborn, Max. Das graphische Werk von Max Oppenheimer. Berlin: Verlag 

Bruno Cassirer, 1931. 
Petermann, Erwin. Die Druckgraphik von Wilhelm Lehmbruck: 

Verzeichnis. Stuttgart: Verlag Gerd Hatje, 1964. 
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1921-23. Cologne: Verlag Christoph Czwiklitzer, 1957. 
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Christoph Czwiklitzer, 1957-58. 
Prasse, Leona E. Lyonel Fcininger: A Definitive Catalogue of His 

Graphic Work. Cleveland: Cleveland Museum of Art, 1972. 
Raabe, Paul. Alfred Kubin: Leben, Werk, Wirkung. Hamburg: Rowohlt, 

1957' 

Rathenau, Ernest. Karl Hofer: Das graphische Werk. New York: Ernest 
Rathenau, 1969. 

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Ernest Rathenau, 1964. 

Reed, Orrel P., Jr. German Expressionist Art: The Robert Gore Rifkind 
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Rigby, Ida Katherine. An alle Kiinstler! War— Revolution— Weimar: Ger- 
man Expressionist Prints, Drawings, Posters, and Periodicals from the 
Robert Gore Rifkind Foundation. Exhibition catalogue. San Diego: 
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Roethel, Hans. Gabriele Munter: Das druckgraphische Werk. Munich: 
Stadtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, 1967. 



Kandinsky: Das graphische Werk. 2 vols. Cologne: Verlag M. 



DuMont Schauberg, 1970. 

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Max Beckmann 

Bildnis Reinhard Piper 
Cat. no. 140 



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Jussuff Abbo 

born 1888 Safad, 
Palestine 

died 1953 London, 
England 



Josef Achmann 

born 1885 
Regensburg 

died 1958 
Schleiersee 




Mannliches Portrdt, 1920 

(Portrait of a man) 

Black chalk on brown wove paper 

17VI6 x 13% in. (43.4 x 34.0 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, 1.1. 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1980 

M. 82. 287. 75 

2 

Einladung zum Besuch der 
Ausstellung— 1923, 1923 
(Invitation to the exhibition— 1923) 
Lithograph on yellowish laid paper 
5 15 /i6X 4 3 /s in. (15.1 X ll.l cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
provenance: estate of the artist (stamp, 
l.r.); Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 
purchased in 1976 
M. 82.288.2 



Die Briicken, c. 1919 

(The bridges) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 5 /i6 x 3 5 /i6 in. (8.4 x 8.4 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 7 (1920): 

pl 5 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (153/200) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1. 1321 f 

4 

Der Burger, c. 1919 

(The citizen) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3V8 x 3'/s in. (8.0 x 7.9 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 7 (1920): 

Pl- 3 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (153/200) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1321 d 

5 

Hochwasser, c. 1919 

(High water) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9 7 /i6 x 7 13 /i6 in. (24.0 x 19.8 cm) 

From Die rote Erde 1, no. 8/10 (1920): 

327 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 298 

83. 1.972 p 





^gssa5 5^ w) ii B we aww! W 







Achmann 









10 



11 



Die kleine Stadt, c. 1919 

(The small town) 

Woodcut on cover stock 

5 15 /i6 x 4% in. (15.0 x 12.0 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 7 (1920): 

cover 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (153/200) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1321a 

7 

Liebespaare, c. 1919 

(Lovers) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3'/8 x 3V8 in. (7.9 x 8.0 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 7 (1920): 

pi. 1 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (153/200) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1321 b 

8 

Profetenfiir Rudolf Pannwitz, c. 1919 
(Prophet for Rudolf Pannwitz) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
5 7 /s x 3 7 /s in. (14.9 x 9.9 cm) 
From Die Sichel 2, no. 1 (1920): 7 
PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 
purchased in 1982 
83.1.1636 b 

9 

SelbstbUdnis, c. 1919 
(Self-portrait) 
Woodcut on laid paper 
5% x 3 7 /s in. (13.7 x 9.8 cm) 
From Der Weg 1, no. 10 (1919): 5 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1976 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 305 
83.1.1220 c 

10 

Der Shawl, c. 1919 

(The shawl) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 7 /e x 2 n /i6 in. (9.9 x 6.8 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 7 (1920): 

pi. 2 

inscription: numbered (153/200) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1321 c 

11 

Die Sichel: Titelholzschnitt, c. 1919 
(Die Sichel: Title woodcut) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
4 7 /i6 x 3V2 in. (11.2 x 8.9 cm) 
From Die Sichel 2, no. 1 (1920): cover; 
the center also has an impression from 
Die Sichel 2, no. 2/3 (1920): cover 
PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 
purchased in 1982 
83.1.1636 a 



Achmann 



12 

Sie, c. 1919 

(She) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 7 /s x 3V6 in. (9.9 x 7.9 em) 

From Der schwarze Turin, no. 7 (1920): 

pi. 4 

inscription: numbered (153/200) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1321c 

13 

Untitled (village), c. 1919 
Woodcut on laid paper 
3 7 /i6 x 5 '/a in. (8.7 x 13.0 cm) 
From Der Weg 1, no. 8/9 (1919): 11 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1976 
exhibition: Reed under 305 
83.1. 1219 f 

14 

Konigshof, c. 1919 
Woodcut on laid paper 
6x5Viin. (15.2 x 13.3 cm) 
From Der Weg 1, no. 8/9 (1919): 13 
provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1976 
exhibition: Reed under 305 
83.1. 1219 g 

15 

Konigshof, c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 x 5% in. (17.7 x 13.7 cm) 

From Die Sichel 2, no. 2/3 (1920): 25; 

printed from the same block as cat. no. 

14 but inked differently 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1637 b 

16 

Untitled (landscape), c. 1919 
Woodcut on wove paper 
9 7 /i6 x 7% in. (24.0 x 19.7 cm) 
From Die rote Erde 1, no. 8/10 (1920): 

325 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 298 

83.1.9720 

17 

Empfdngnis, c. 1920 

(Conception) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3'/4 x 2 3 /i in. (8.2 x 7.0 cm) 

From Die Sichel 2, no. 2/3 (1920): 29 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

83. 1. 1637 d 






15 




Achmann 






19 





18 

Landschaft mit Hausern, Regensburg, 
1920 

(Landscape with houses, Regensburg) 
Woodcut on off-white tissuelike paper 
7 7 /s x 9% in. (20.0 x 23.9 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r.; 
inscribed "an Frau Markte," l.r.; 
"Landschaft," 1.1. 

provenance: Galerie Pabst, Munich; 
acquired by exchange in 1980 
M. 82. 287.2 

19 

Maria, c. 1920 

(Mary) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 9 /i6 x 5 7 /8 in. (11.6 x 14.9 cm) 

From Die Sichel 2, no. 2/3 (1920): 27 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1637 c 

20 

Maria in der Sichel, c. 1920 

(Mary in the crescent) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 13 /i6 x 5 15 /i6 in. (19.8 x 15.0 cm) 

From Die Sichel 2, no. 2/3 (1920): 31 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.16376 

21 

Familie, 1921 

(Family) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6% x 5V2 in. (16.2 x 14.0 cm) 

From Georg Biermann, ed. , Jahrbuch 

derjungen Kunst (Leipzig: Klinkhardt 

& Biermann, 1921), following p. 288 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed 320/1921.5 

83- 1-799 e 

22 

Der Judith-Darstellerin Frau Magda- 

Lena, c. 1921 

(To the actress Frau Magda-Lena, who 

plays the role of Judith) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7V8 x 5 I3 /i6 in. (18. 1 x 14.7 cm) 

From Karl Lorenz, ed., Die rote Erde, 

2d ser., no. 1 (Hamburg: Adolf Harms 

Verlag, 1922), p. 93 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (383/450) on 

justification page 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

13- 16 November 1979, part of lot 5024 

83-1-973 t 



Achmann 



23 

Untitled (cover), c. 1921 

Woodcut printed in black and orange on 

wove paper 

9 5 /i6 x 6 9 /i6 in. (23.7 x 16.6 cm) 

From Georg Britting and Josef 

Achmann, eds., Die Sichel 1921 

(Munich: Verlag die Sichel, 1921) 

provenance: Ganymede Graphics, 

Berkeley; purchased in 1974 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 302 

83.1.1638 a 

24 

Untitled (landscape?), c. 1921 
Woodcut on wove paper 
i 5 /i6 x 1% in. (3.3 x 4.5 cm) 
From Georg Britting and Josef 
Achmann, eds., Die Sichel 1921 
(Munich: Verlag die Sichel, 1921), p. 4 
PROVENANCE: Ganymede Graphics, 
Berkeley; purchased in 1974 
exhibition: Reed under 302 
83.1.1638 b 

25 

Untitled (head), c. 1921 
Woodcut on wove paper 
7 15 /i6 x 5 13 /i6 in. (20. 1 x 14.7 cm) 
From Georg Britting and Josef 
Achmann, eds., Die Sichel 1921 
(Munich: Verlag die Sichel, 1921), p. 5 
provenance: Ganymede Graphics, 
Berkeley; purchased in 1974 
exhibition: Reed under 302 
83.1.1638 c 

26 

Untitled (Judith and Holofernes), 

c. 1921 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 3 /i6 x 5 13 /i6 in. (18.2 x 14.8 cm) 

From Karl Lorenz, ed., Die rote Erde, 

2d ser. , no. 1 (Hamburg: Adolf Harms 

Verlag, 1922), p. 95 

inscription: numbered (383/450) on 

justification page 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

13-16 November 1979, part of lot 5024 

83- 1-973 u 

27 

Untitled (Judith and Holofernes), 

c. ig2i 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 3 /i6 x 5% in. (18.2 x 14.6 cm) 

From Karl Lorenz, ed., Die rote Erde, 

2d sen, no. 1 (Hamburg: Adolf Harms 

Verlag, 1922), p. 97 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (383/450) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

13-16 November 1979, part of lot 5024 

83- 1-973 v 






Ahlers-Hestermann 




32 




iJsSwi 




28 

Untitled (Judith in the tent of 

Holofernes), c. 1921 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 3 /ie x 5 I3 /i6 in. (18.2 x 14.8 cm) 

From Karl Lorenz, ed., Die rote Erde, 

2d ser. , no. 1 (Hamburg: Adolf Harms 

Verlag, 1922), p. 99 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (383/450) on 

justification page 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

13-16 November 1979, part of lot 5024 

83-i-973 w 

29 

Untitled (Judith beheading 

Holofernes), c. 1921 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 3 /i6 x 5 13 /i6 in. (18.3 x 14.8 cm) 

From Karl Lorenz, ed.. Die rote Erde, 

2d sen, no. 1 (Hamburg: Adolf Harms 

Verlag, 1922), p. 101 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (383/450) on 

justification page 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

13-16 November 1979, part of lot 5024 

83- 1-973 x 

30 

Untitled (head), c. 1921 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7'/8 x 5 13 /i6 in. (18. 1 x 14.7 cm) 

From Karl Lorenz, ed., Die rote Erde, 

2d ser., no. 1 (Hamburg: Adolf Harms 

Verlag, 1922), p. 103 

inscription: numbered (383/450) on 

justification page 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

13- 16 November 1979, part of lot 5024 

83- 1-973 y 



31 

Jungjiddisch, no. 2/3 (1919) 
Periodical with 20 woodcuts on 
brownish paper 

Published in Lodz; with three woodcuts 
by Adler, six by Hanoch Barczynski, 
seven by Vincent (Icchok) Brauner, and 
four by Marek Szwarc 
inscription: numbered (228/400) 
provenance: Erasmus, Amsterdam; 
purchased in 1979 

This very rare publication is too fragile 
to describe in full. Not illustrated 
83.1.771 a-t 



32 

Imogen schlafend, c. 1917 

(Imogen sleeping) 

Lithograph on blue japan paper 

11 x i6Vs in. (28.0 x 41.0 em) 

From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 

from edition A (total edition of 200) 

inscription: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(xiv/l) on justification page; publisher's 

blind stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

EXHIBITION: Reed 336/5 

M. 82.288.384.5 



Jankel Adler 

born 1895 Tuszyn, 
Poland 

died 1949 
Aldbourne, England 



Friedrich Ahlers- 
Hestermann 

born 1883 Hamburg 

died 1973 Berlin 



Ahlers-Hestermann 



Ernst Oscar Albrecht 

born 1903 Hanau 



33 

Das Schiff, 1920 

(The ship) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

5 5 /s x 6V2 in. (14.3 x 16.5 cm) 

From Katalog der zweiteti Ausstellung 

der Hamburgischen Secession, exh. cat. 

(Hamburg: Alte Kunsthalle, 1921), no. 

1, pi. 10 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

831-735 k 



34 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1923 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

7 u /i6 x 6'/j in. (19.5 x 15.8 cm) 

From Der Sturm 14, no. 9 (1923): 133; 

the image also appears on the cover 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1395.40 

35 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1925 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

jVw x 5 3 /i6 in. (17.9 x 13.2 cm) 

From Der Sturm 16, no. 5 (1925): 71; 

the image also appears. on the cover 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1396.39 



Cuno Amiet 


36 




Giovanni Giacometti beim Lesen, 1907 


born 1868 


(Giovanni Giacometti reading) 


Solothurn, 


Woodcut printed in yellow-ocher on 


Switzerland 


simili-japan paper 




10% x g'/s in. (26.9 x 23.2 cm) 


died 1961 


From portfolio Die Briicke 11 (1907), pi. 


Oschwand, 


inscription: signed, l.r. 


Switzerland 


provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 




Bern, 13- 15 June 1974, lot 84 




REFERENCE: Mandach 25; Bolliger and 




Kornfeld 6 




EXHIBITION: Reed 48 




M. 82. 288. 363 



37 

Kopf, 1938 

(Head) 

Lithograph printed in red-brown on 

brownish wove paper 

5 15 /i6 x 4 5 /i6 in. (15.0 x 11.0 cm) 

From Conrad von Mandach, Cuno 

Amiet: Vollstandiges Verzeichnis der 

Druckgraphik des Kiinstlers (Thun and 

Bern: Schweizerische graphische 

Gesellschaft, 1939), frontispiece 

inscription: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(61/125) on justification page 

provenance: Victoria Dailey, Los 

Angeles; purchased in 1976 

83.1.210 a 




37 



Anger 






40 





38 

Untitled (landscape with buildings), 

c. 1902 

Woodcut printed in black and orange on 

laid paper 

5% x 5 3 /i6 in. (14-3 x 13. 1 cm) 

From Wiener Secession: Katalog der 

vierzehnten Ausstellung der 

Vereinigung bildender Kiinstler 

Osterreichs, exh. cat. (Vienna: Wiener 

Secession, 1902), p. 40 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

28-29 May 1974, part of lot 2031 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 241/1 

83. 1.610 g 



39 

Demonstration, c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 5 /s x 3 3 /i6 in. (11.8 x 8. 1 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 28 (1919): cover; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5.85 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

40 

Marter, c. 1919 

(Torment) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 n /i6X 3V4 in. (11.9 x 8.3 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 28 (1919): 480; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L. 84.5. 85 d; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

41 

Die rote Fahne, c. 1919 

(The red flag) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 13 /i6 x 2% in. (12.2 x 6.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 10/11 (1919): 

154 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83- 1- 1549 a 

42 

Weimar, c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 7 /i6 x tf/B in. (8.7 x 7.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 10/11 (1919): 

158 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
83.1.1549 b 



Ferdinand Andri 



born 1871 
Waidhofen, Austria 



died 1956 Vienna, 
Austria 



Helmut Anger 



41 



10 



Anger 



Herbert Anger 



43 

Landschaft, c. 1918 

(Landscape) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

1 x 4 3 /i6 in. (2.6 x 10.7 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 5/6 (1918): 67; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1530 c 

44 

Portrat, c. 1919 

(Portrait) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4V2 x 2 3 A in. (11.5 x 7.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 29 (1919): 487; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83- 1- 1555 b 

45 

Die Revolution, c. 1919 

(The revolution) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5V16 x 6 9 /i6 in. (12.9 x 16.7 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 45/46 (1919): 

cover 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen, purchased in 1975 

83.1.1561a 





r HOLZSTICHE. 





Anger 

46 

Zehn Holzstiche 

(Ten wood engravings) 

Portfolio of 1 1 wood engravings on thin 

japan paper 

Illustrations depicting scenes from the 

life of Christ (Berlin: I. B. Neumann 

Verlag, 1920) 

inscription: title page signed, l.r., and 

numbered (11/30), 1.1.; each sheet 

signed, l.r. 

provenance: Bernd Gobel Kunst- 

handel, Baden-Baden; purchased in 

1986 

The descriptions and order given here 

are hypothetical 

L.86.1.12 a-k; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1. Untitled (title page with the way to 
Emmaus), c. 1920 

4 3 /sx 2 15 /i6 in. (11.1 x 7.5 cm) 
L.86.1.12 a 

2. Untitled (adoration of the 
shepherds), c. 1920 

4'/2 x 2 7 /8 in. (11.4 x 7.3 cm) 
L.86. 1.12 b 

3. Untitled (Salome with the head of 
John the Baptist), c. 1920 

4V2 x 3 in. (11.4 x 7.6 cm) 
L.86. 1.12 c 

4. Untitled (Herod presented with the 
head of John the Baptist?), c. 1920 
4% x 2 15 /i6 in. (11. 1 x 7.5 cm) 
L.86.1.12 d 

5. Untitled (Christ's entry to 
Jerusalem), c. 1920 

4V2 x 2~/s in. (11.4 x 7.4 cm) 
L.86.1.12 e 

6. Untitled (the Last Supper), c. 1920 
4 3 /s x 2 15 /i6 in. (11.1 x 7.4 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: inscribed "gedr. 

P. Voigt," 1.1. 
L.86. 1. 12 f 

7. Untitled (agony in the garden?), 
c. 1920 

4 3 /b x 3 in. (11.1 x 7.6 cm) 
L.86.1.12 g 

8. Untitled (the scourging of Christ), 
c. 1920 

4 3 /a x 2 15 /i6 in. (11.1 x 7.4 cm) 
L.86.1.12 h 

9. Untitled (the Crucifixion), c. 1920 
4 7 /i6 x 2 15 /i6 in. (11.3 x 7.5 cm) 
L.86.1.12 i 

10. Untitled (Christ on the cross), 
c. 1920 

4% x 2 7 /s in. (11. 1 x 7.3 cm) 
L.86. 1.12 j 

11. Untitled (the Entombment?), 
c. 1920 

4% x 2 15 /i6 in. (11. 1 x 7.5 cm) 
L.86. 1.12 k 



11 



46-10 



12 



Archipenko 



Alexander Archipenko 

born 1887 Kiev, 
Russia 

died 1964 

New York, New York 



Georg Arndt 

died 1920 



47 

Figiirliche Kotnposition, 1921 

(Figurative composition) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

12%6 x 8 7 /s in. (31.0 x 22.5 cm) 

From Genius 3, no. 1 (1921): following 

130 

provenance: M.J. Royer Bookshop, 

Los Angeles; purchased about 1970-72 

REFERENCE: Karshan 23 

EXHIBITION: Reed 275/13 

83.1.816 b 

48 

Doppelakt, 1923 

(Two nudes) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

11 x 7'/2 in. (28.0 x 19.0 cm) 

From Georg Biermann, ed.,Jahrbuch 

derjungen Kunst (Leipzig: Klinkhardt 

& Biermann, 1923), before p. 371 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

REFERENCE: Karshan 30 

EXHIBITION: Reed 320/1923.5 

83.1.801 e 



49 

Genosse im Kerker, c. 1919 

(Comrade in prison) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 7 /s x 3 7 /s in. (14.9 x 9.8 cm) 

From Die Aktion 10, no. 9/10 (1920): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1566 a 

50 

Portrat eines Arbeiters, c. 1919 

(Portrait of a worker) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 5 /i6 x 5% in. (16.0 x 14.6 cm) 

From Die Aktion 10, no. 33/34 (1920): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1572 a 

51 

Trotzkys Portrat, c. 1919 

(Portrait of Trotsky) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8 5 /i6 x 3% in. (21. 1 x 8.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 10, no. 25/26 (1920): 

347; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5.87 b; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 





48 



47 





51 




50 







54 



Aufseeser 


13 


52 


Gerd Arntz 


Der Spartakusbund formiert sich 




wieder, c. 1926 


born 1900 


(The Spartacus league masses together 


Remscheid 


again) 




Woodcut on wove paper 




7I/16 x 5V16 in. (17.9 x 12.9 cm) 




From Die Ahtion 16, no. 10 (1926): 




cover (name misspelled "Aretz"); not 




identified as an original woodcut 




provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 




1984 




L.84.5. 163 a; lent by the Robert Gore 




Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 




California 




53 


Jean (Hans) Arp 


Selbstbildnis des Kiinstters, 1912 




(Self-portrait) 


born 1886 


Woodcut on laid paper 


Strassburg 


4 7 /i6 x 3 n /i6 in. (11.1x9.4 cm) 




From Moderner Bund: Zweite Ausstel- 


died 1966 Basel, 


lung, exh. cat. (Zurich: Kunsthaus, 1912) 


Switzerland 


inscription: numbered (101/200) facing 




title page 




provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 




Bern, 10 June 1977, part of lot 596 




reference: Arntz 1 




83.1.623 b 




54 




Spaziergang, 1925 




(The stroll) 




Woodcut on wove paper 




6 9 /i6 x g 9 /i6 in. (16.6 x 24.3 cm) 




From Der Sturm 16, no. 10 (1925): 149 




provenance: Ex Libris, New York: 




purchased in 1982 




REFERENCE: Arntz 88 b 




83.1.1396.51 




55 




Untitled (abstract composition), 1925 




Woodcut on wove paper 




6Vs x 4 n /i6 in. (15.6 x 11.9 cm) 




From Der Sturm 16, no. 10 (1925): 147 




provenance: Ex Libris, New York: 




purchased in 1982 




reference: Arntz 87 




83- 1- 1396- 50 




56 


Ernst Aufseeser 


Zwei Menschen, c. 1920 




(Two people) 


born 1880 


Woodcut on wove paper 


Nuremberg 


6 3 /i6 x 4% in. (15.7 x 12.0 cm) 




From Das Kunstfenster 1, no. 1 (1920): 7 


died 1940(?) 


PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 




purchased in 1978 




83.1.1062 a 





14 



Babberger 



Max Bachner 




August Babberger 


57 




Jauchzendes Madchen, 1918 


born 1885 Hausen 


(Jubilant girl) 


im Wiesenthal 


Woodcut on thin japan paper 




I2 n /i6 x gVi in. (32.2 x 23.5 cm) 


died 1936 


INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r. ; 


Karlsruhe 


titled, 1.1. 




provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 




Esslingen; purchased in 1980 




reference: Wiirtenberger 1 




M. 82. 287. 4 



58 

Criisse aus Sowjetrussland, c. 1926 

(Greetings from the Soviet Union) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6% x 6% in. (16.0 x 17.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 16. no. 11/12 (1926): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 164 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



Kurt Badt 59 

Selbstbildnis, c. 1919 
born 1890 Berlin (Self-portrait) 

Lithograph on heavy wove paper 
8 7 /8 x 6% in. (22.5 x 16.2 cm) 
From Joachim Kirchner, Junge Berliner 
Kunst, Wasmuths Kunsthefte, no. 6 
(Berlin: E. Wasmuth, [1919?]), pi. 1 
provenance: W. F. Arntz, Haag 
(Oberbayern); purchased in 1975 
83.1.120 a 

Albert Baertsoen 60 

Le vieux pont, c. 1899 
born 1866 Ghent, (The old bridge) 

Belgium Etching on laid paper 

8% x io'/i6 in. (21.9 x 25.6 cm) 
died 1922 Ghent, From Pan 4, no. 4 (1899): following 240 

Belgium provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

REFERENCE: Dennerlein 2260 

83- 1- 1357 g 




58 




59 





60 




Bangerier 



15 







66 




65 



61 

Der Siegesbote aufder Normaluhr, 

c. 1914 

(Messenger of victory on the public 

clock) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

13V2 x 9% in. (34.3 x 24.4 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 2 (1914): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/1 

83.1.1401 b 



62 

Untitled (reclining nude), c. 1917 
Woodcut on wove paper 
4 13 /i6 x 6 9 /i6 in. (12.3 x 16.6 cm) 
From Die Aktion 8, no. 3/4 (1918): cover 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
83.1.1529 a 

63 

Portrdt, c. 1918 

(Portrait) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4'/s x 3V4 in. (10.5 x 8.3 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 27/28 (1918): 

356; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1536 e 



64 

Hafen, 1920 

(Harbor) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

6 x 4% in. (15.2 x 12.0 cm) 

From Katalog der zweiten Ausstellung 

der Hamburgischen Secession, exh. cat. 

(Hamburg: Alte Kunsthalle, 1921), no. 7 

or 8, pi. 12 (name misspelled "Banko") 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

83- 1-735 m 



65 

lrrenhaus, c. 1915 

(Madhouse) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

7 13 /i6 x 5 15 /i6 in. (19.8 x 15. 1 cm) 

From Zeit-Echo 2, no. 2 (1915-16): 25 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 308 

83.1.1208 a 

66 

Untitled (figures around a table), 

c- 1915 

Lithograph on laid paper 

5 9 /i6 x 8'/i6 in. (14. 1 x 20.5 cm) 

From Zeit-Echo 2, no. 7 (1915-16): 108 

provenance: gift of ElmarSeibel, 1983 

L.86. 1.72 c; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



Hans Baluschek 

born 1870 Breslau 
died 1935 Berlin 



Richard Bampi 

born 1896 Amparo. 
Brazil 

died 1965 



Alma Del Banco 

born 1878 Hamburg 



Walter Bangerter 



16 



Bangerter 



Hanoch Barczynski 

born 1897 Lodz, 
Poland 

died 1939(?) 



67 

Untitled (figures around a table), 

c 1915 

Lithograph on laid paper 

6% x 4 5 /8 in. (16.2 x 11.7 cm) 

From Zeit-Echo 2, no. 10 (1915-16): 146 

provenance: gift of Elmar Seibel, 1983 

L. 86. 1.75 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

68 

Untitled (four musicians), c. 1916 
Lithograph on laid paper 
5 15 /i6 x 4% in. (15.0 x 12.0 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 2, no. 12 (1915-16): 180 
provenance: gift of Elmar Seibel, 1983 
L.86. 1.77 a; lent by the Robert Gore 
Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 
California 

69 

Untitled (orchestra), c. 1916 
Lithograph on laid paper 
7 15 /i6 x 4 7 /i6 in. (20.2 x 11.2 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 2, no. 15 (1915-16): 229 
provenance: gift of Elmar Seibel, 1983 
L.86. 1.80 b; lent by the Robert Gore 
Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 
California 



See cat. no. 31 



Ernst Barlach 70 

Eine Steppenfahrt 

born 1870 Wedel (A journey to the steppes) 

Thirteen lithographs on wove paper 

died 1938 Rostock Illustrations to story by Barlach in Kunst 

und Kiinstler 11, no. 1 (1912): 3-12 
provenance: Erasmus, Amsterdam; 
purchased in 1975 
REFERENCE: Schult 49-59, 61, 62 
EXHIBITION: Reed 230 
83.1.1242 a— m 

1. Untitled (initial D), 1912 
i 7 /i6 x zVs in. (4.7 x 5.4 cm) 
Page 3 

REFERENCE: Schult 49 
83.1.1242 a 

2. Tauziehender russischer Bauer, 
1912 

(Russian peasant towing) 
3% x 3V4 in. (8.5 x 8.2 cm) 
Page 4 

REFERENCE: Schult 50 
83.1.1242 b 

3. Ruhende Steppe, 1912 
(Steppes lying fallow) 

4 x 6% in. (10.2 x 16.2 cm) 
Page 5 

REFERENCE: Schult 51 
83.1.1242 c 






70-6 







70-7 




Barlach 



17 




68 





70-. 





69 




70-9 




70-13 



4. Frauengruppe, 1912 
(Group of women) 

3 9 /i6 x 3V8 in. (9.0 x 8.0 cm) 
Page 6 

REFERENCE: Schult 52 

83.1.1242 d 

5. Aufder Strasse, 1912 
(On the street) 

3 7 /i6 x 3'/8 in. (8.8 x 7.9 cm) 
Page 6 

REFERENCE: Sehult 53 
83.1.1242 e 

6. Bauernwagelchen, 1912 
(Peasant's cart) 

3 9 /i6 x 6 7 /i6 in. (9.0 x 16.3 cm) 
Page 7 

REFERENCE: Schult 54 
83.1.1242 f 

7. Drei Frauen im Gesprach, 1912 
(Three women conversing) 

3% x 4V2 in. (8.6 x lit} em) 
Page 8 

REFERENCE: Schult 55 
83. 1. 1242 g 

8. Zwei russische Bauerinnen, 1912 
(Two Russian peasant women) 
3V4 x 2 7 /8 in. (8.3 x 7.3 cm) 

Page 9 

REFERENCE: Schult 56 

83.1.1242 h 

9. Drei ruhende Frauen, 1912 
(Three women resting) 

3V4 x 3 5 /i6 in. (8.3 x 8.4 cm) 
Page 9 

REFERENCE: Schult 57 
83.1.1242 i 

10. DerPope, 1912 
(The priest) 

4% x 2V4 in. (11.7 x 5.7 cm) 
Page 10 

REFERENCE: Schult 58 

83.1. 1242 j 

11. Mdnnergruppe, 1912 
(Group of men) 

3V16 x 3'/4 in. (7.8 x 8.3 cm) 
Page 11 

REFERENCE: Schult 59 
83.1.1242 k 

12. Blinder BettUr, 1912 
(Blind beggar) 

3 u /i6 x 3% in. (9.4 x 8.6 cm) 
Page 11 

REFERENCE: Schult 61 
83.1.1242 1 

13. Ruhendes Bauernpaar, 1912 
(Peasant couple resting) 
3 5 /i6 x 4 n /i6 in. (8.4 x 11.9 cm) 
Page 12 

REFERENCE: Schult 62 

83.1.1242 m 



18 



Barlach 



71 

Der tote Tag 

(The dead day) 

Portfolio of 26 lithographs on Van 

Gelder paper 

Illustrations to play by Barlach (Berlin: 

Paul Cassirer, 1912); from edition of 150 

on Van Gelder paper (total edition of 

210); unsigned. The set is incomplete, 

lacking plate 5 (Schult 20) 

provenance: Karl & Faber, Munich, 29 

November 1974, lot 880 

REFERENCE: Schult 16-19, 21-24, 

26-29, 31. 33-37. 39-46 

EXHIBITION: Reed 229 

83.1.2.2 a-z 

1. Stehende Frau auf halber 
Kellertreppe, 1912 

(Woman standing halfway up the 
cellar steps) 

8% x 10 in. (22.3 x 25.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 16 
83.1.2.2 a 

2. Traumender Jungling, 1912 
(Dreaming youth) 

11V16 x i4 n /i6 in. (28. 1 x 37.3 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schult 17 

83.1.2.2 b 

3. Das Paar im Gesprach, 1912 
(Couple conversing) 

10% x 13% in. (26.3 x 34.0 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schult l8 

83.1.2.2 c 

4. Der Seufzerstein, 1912 
(The sighing stone) 

8 3 /4 x io 7 /s in. (22.3 x 27.6 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 19 
83.1.2.2 d 

5. Die Puppe, 1912 
(The doll) 

9 5 /8 x 12946 in. (24.5 x 32.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 21 
83.1.2.2 e 

6. Hohe Vnterweisung, 1912 
(Higher instruction) 

6 3 /8 x 8% in. (16.2 x 22.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 22 
83. 1.2.2 f 

7. Der Verletzte, 1912 
(The wounded one) 

9 13 /i6 x 12% in. (24.9 x 31.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 23 
83. 1.2.2 g 

8. Der Alb, 1912 

(The nightmarish creature) 
8 3 /i6 x 10% in. (20.8 x 27.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 24 
83.1.2.2 h 

9. Verzweifelter Alb, 1912 
(Desperate nightmarish creature) 
io 9 /i6 x 13V2 in. (26.8 x 34.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 26 
83.1.2.2 i 





71-2 





71-3 



71-4 





71-6 



71-5 





71-7 





71-9 





71-11 



71-12 






71-15 



71-16 





71-17 



71-18 





Barlach 



10. Knieende Mutter am Bette des 
schlafenden Sohns, 1912 
(Mother kneeling at bedside of 
sleeping son) 

io I5 /i6 x 15% in. (27.8 x 39.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 27 
83. 1.2.2 j 

11. AufMordbedacht, 1912 
(Contemplating murder) 

9 J /s x n 9 /i6 in. (23. 1 x 29.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 28 
83.1.2.2 k 

12. Die Morderin, 1912 
(The murderess) 

n 9 /i6 x 14I4 in. (29.4 x 36.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 29 
83.1.2.2 1 

13. Besenbein aufdem toten Rosse 
Herzhorn, 1912 

(Broomleg astride the dead steed 

Hearthorn) 

io I3 /i6 x i4 5 /8 in. (27.5 x 37.2 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schult 31 

83.1.2.2 m 

14. Der Blutflecken 1, 1912 
(The bloodstain 1) 

9% x i4 7 /8 in. (25. 1 x 37.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 33 
83.1.2.2 n 

15. Der Blutflecken 2, 1912 
(The bloodstain 2) 

SVm x ioVs in. (20.4 x 25.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 34 
83.1.2.2 o 

16. Die Frau am Herde, 1912 
(Woman at hearth) 

io'/s x I2 n /i6 in. (25.7 x 32.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 35 
83.1.2.2 p 

17. Mit fremder Schuld beladen, 1912 
(Burdened with undeserved guilt) 
io 5 /i6 x i2 3 /i6 in. (26.2 x 31.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 36 
83.1.2.2 q 

18. Die Schuldbewusste, 1912 
(The guilty woman) 

9 7 /i6 x I2 13 /i6 in. (23.9 x 32.6 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 37 
83.1.2.2 r 

19. Das Vnsichtbare 1, 1912 
(The invisible 1) 

io 13 /i6 x i3 3 /i6 in. (27.4 x 33.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 39 
83.1.2.2 s 

20. Das Unsichtbare 2, 1912 
(The invisible 2) 

10% x 12V16 in. (26.4 x 30.6 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schult 40 

83.1.2.2 t 



19 



71-19 



71-20 



20 



Barlach 



71 (continued) 

21. Der Rufende, 1912 

(The crier) 

8 u /i6 x io 3 /s in. (22. 1 x 26.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 41 
83.1.2.2 u 

22. RufimNebel, 1912 
(Cry in the fog) 

ioVi x i2 5 /i6 in. (26. 1 x 31.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 42 
83.1.2.2 v 

23. Erscheinung im Nebel, 1912 
(Specter in the fog) 

io 13 /i6 x 13V4 in. (27.4 x 33.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 43 
83.1.2.2 w 

24. Aufbruch und Abwehr, 1912 
(Departure and defense) 
lo 1 ^ x 13% in. (27.2 x 34.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 44 

83. 1.2.2 X 

25. Verfluchung, 1912 
(The curse) 

io 7 /i6 x I2 u /i6 in. (26.5 x 32.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 45 
83.1.2.2 y 

26. Stiirzende Frau, 1912 
(Woman falling) 

io 13 /i6 x i2 9 /w in. (27.4 x 31.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 46 
83.1.2.2 z 

72 

An der Ostgrenze, 1914 

(On the eastern frontier) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

13V2 x n 3 /i6 in. (34.3 x 28.4 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 12 (1914): 3 

provenance: Hauswedel 1 & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

REFERENCE: Schult 63 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/2; Guenther 3 

83.1.1411 c 

73 

Erst Sieg, dann Frieden, 1914 
(First victory, then peace) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i4 3 /i6 x io 7 /i6 in. (36.0 x 26.5 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 20 (1914): 3 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

REFERENCE: Schult 66 
EXHIBITION: Reed 281/5; Chipp 131 
83.1.1418 c 

74 

Der heilige Krieg, 1914 

(The holy war) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i6'/4 x 10 in. (41.3 x 25.4 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 17 (1914): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

reference: Schult 65 

exhibition: Reed 281/4; Chipp 130; 

Rigby III, 3 

83.1.1416 c 







71-23 



71-24 





71-25 



71-26 




73 




72 




75 




76 





Barlach 



75 



21 



77 




Liigt, Stiirme, liigt, 1914 

(Lie, storms, lie) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

14V2 x io'/i6 in. (36.8 x 25.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 14 (1914): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

REFERENCE: Schult 64 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/3 

83.1.1413 c 

76 

Die Bethlehem Steel Company in 

Amerika, c. 1915 

(The Bethlehem Steel Company in 

America) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

I5 15 /i6 x 10% in. (40.5 x 27.6 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 49 (1915): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

REFERENCE: Schult 70 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/9 

83.1.1447 c 

77 

Der Drescher von Masuren, c. 1915 
(The thresher of Masuria) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
17V4 x n 3 /i6 in. (43.8 x 28.4 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 53 (1915): 2 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

REFERENCE: Schult 72 
EXHIBITION: Reed 281/11 

83.1.1451b 

78 

Evakuierung, c. 1915 

(Evacuation) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i6'/i x io 15 /i6 in. (413 x 27.7 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 50 (1915): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

REFERENCE: Schult 71 
EXHIBITION: Reed 281/10 

83. 1. 1448 b 

79 

Serbische Elegie, c. 1915 

(Serbian elegy) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i6 7 /8 x n 5 /i6 in. (42.8 x 28.8 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 57 (1915): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

REFERENCE: Schult 73 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/12 

83.1.1454 c 



78 



79 



22 



Barlach 



80 

StrasseneckeinWarschau,c. 1915 
(Street corner in Warsaw) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
16V8 x 11V4 in. (41.0 x 28.5 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 28 (1915): 3 
PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

REFERENCE: Schult 67 
EXHIRITION: Reed 281/6 
83.1.1426 c 

81 

Sturmangriff, c. 1915 

(Assault) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

15V2 x io 15 /ie in. (39.4 x 27.8 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 32 (1915): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

REFERENCE: Schult 68 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/7 

83.1.1430 c 

82 

Und tvenn die Welt noil Teufel war, 

c 1915 

(And if the world were full of devils) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
15V2 x n'/2 in. (39.4 x 29.2 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 46 (1915): 2 
PROVENANCE: Hauswedell 6c Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

REFERENCE: Schult 69 
EXHIBITION: Reed 281/8 
83.1.1444 b 

83 

Anno Domini mcmxvi post Christum 

natum, 1916 

(The year of our Lord 1916) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

7 9 /i6 x 9V4 in. (19.2 x 23.5 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 14 

(1916): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

REFERENCE: Schult 80 

EXHIBITION: Reed 265/5 

83.1.1462.53 

84 

Aus einem neuzeitlichen Totentanz, 

1916 

(From a modern dance of death) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

11% x 8V4 in. (29.9 x 21.0 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 11 

(1916): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

REFERENCE: Schult 78 

EXHIBITION: Reed 265/3 

83.1.1462.43 




80 




82 






84 



Barlach 



23 




85 





86 




89 



85 

Briider, 1916 

(Brothers) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

ii'/2 x 8'/s in. (29.2 x 20.7 cm) 

From Lieder des Bildermann, 

supplement to Der Bildermann 1, no. 7 

(1916), p. 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

REFERENCE: Schult 77 

EXHIBITION: Reed 265/8 
83.1.1462.76 

86 

Demut, 1916 

(Humility) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

ii 5 /s x 8 9 /ie in. (29.5 x 21.8 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 1 (1916): 5 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

REFERENCE: Schult 75 

EXHIBITION: Reed 265/1 

83.1.1462.3 

87 

Dona nobis pacem, 1916 

(Give us peace) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

7 x g'/s in. (17.8 x 23.2 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 18 

(1916): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

REFERENCE: Schult 82 

EXHIBITION: Reed 265/7: Chipp 132 
83.1.1462.69 

88 

Der Miide, 1916 

(The weary one) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

n%6 x 8 9 A& in. (29.3 x 21.7 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 4 (1916): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

REFERENCE: Schult 76 

EXHIBITION: Reed 265/2 

S3. 1.1462.15 

89 

Selig sind die Barmherzigen, 1916 
(Blessed are the merciful) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
9 15 /i6 x 8 n /i6 in. (25.3 x 22.0 cm) 
From Der Bildermann 1, no. 16 
(1916): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 
180 

REFERENCE: Schult 8l 

EXHIBITION: Reed 265/6 
83.1.1462.62 



Barlach 



90 



Wem Zeit wie Ewigkeit, 1916 

(To whom time is an eternity) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

n 5 /8 x 8 7 /i6 in. (29.6 x 21.5 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 13 

(1916): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

REFERENCE: Schl>lt 79 

EXHIBITION: Reed 265/4 

S3. 1.1462.50 

91 

Der Blinde, 1918 
(The blind man) 
Lithograph on cover stock- 
ed x 4 3 /i6 in. (15.5 x 10.6 cm) 
From Adolf von Hatzfeld, Franziskus, 
2d ed. (Berlin: Paul Cassirer, 1918), 
cover 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
REFERENCE: Schult 112 

83.1.4 a 

92 

Der arme Vetter 

(The poor cousin) 

Text volume with 2 lithographs and 

portfolio of 36 lithographs on Watteau 

paper 

Illustrations to play by Barlach (Berlin: 

Paul Cassirer, 1919) 

INSCRIPTION: signed and numbered 

(208/300) on justification page 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 14 June 1973, lot 63 

REFERENCE: Schult II3-52 

EXHIBITION: Reed 232 
83.1.5.1a, b; 83. 1.5.2 a-jj 

1. Untitled (title page 1— text volume), 

1919 

12% x g 7 /i6 in. (31.4 x 23.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 113 

83.1.5.1a 

2. Untitled (half-title page 1— text 
volume), 1919 

i2 7 /i6 x g 9 /i6 in. (31.6 x 24.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 114 
83.1.5.1b 

3. LTntitled (title page 2— portfolio), 

1919 

io 13 /i6 x 13% in. (27.4 x 34.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 115 
83.1.5.2 a 

4. Untitled (half-title page 2— 
portfolio), 1919 

io 13 /i6 x i3 7 /s in. (27.5 x 35.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 116 
83.1.5.2 b 

5. Ansteigendes Paar, 1919 
(Ascending couple) 

io 9 /i6 x 13% in. (26.9 x 34.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 117 
83.1.5.2 c 





ERNST BARLACH 

DER 

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Ann e. 

VETTER 

EINDUCHMIT 

34ZEICHNUNGEN 

VON ERNST DARLACH 




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92-2 



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DERARME VETTER 




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92-3 



92-4 



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92-6 





92-8 



Bariach 



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92-9 




92-11 




92-13 






92-10 




92-12 




92-14 




92-16 



92-17 




6. Begegnung, 1919 
(Encounter) 

10% x i3 7 /8 in. (27.3 x 35.3 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schult ll8 

83.1.5.2 d 

7. Ungleiches Paar 1, 1919 
(Unlikely couple 1) 

10% x i3 7 /s in. (27.0 x 35.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult lig 
83.1.5.2 e 

8. Ungleiches Paar 2, 1919 
(Unlikely couple 2) 

io 5 /s x 13% in. (27.0 x 34.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 120 
83. 1.5.2 f 

9. Abendlicher Strom, 1919 
(Evening current) 

io 13 /i6 x i3 15 /i6 in. (27.5 x 35.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 121 

83.1.5.2 g 

10. Auf Abwegen, 1919 
(On the wrong path) 

10% x 13T/S in. (27.0 x 35.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 122 
83. 1.5.2 h 

11. Der Schuss, 1919 
(The gunshot) 

io 9 /i6 x I3 15 /i6 in. (26.9 x 35.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 123 
83.1.5.2 i 

12. Nach dem Schuss, 1919 
(After the gunshot) 

K>y8 x 13% in. (27.0 x 34.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 124 
83.1. 5.2 j 

13. Zwei Manner im Gesprdch, 1919 
(Two men conversing) 

10% x 13% in. (27.0 x 35.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 125 
83.1.5.2 k 

14. Gestorter Aufbruch, 1919 
(Troubled departure) 

io 13 /i6 x 13T/8 in. (27.5 x 35.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 126 

83.1.5.2 1 

Die Stolze, 1919 

(The proud woman) 

io 13 /i6 x 13% in. (27.5 x 34.9 cm) 

INFERENCE: Schult 127 

83.1.5.2 m 

Armer Wetter und hoher Herr 1, 

1919 

(Poor cousin and high master 1) 
io 5 /8 x i3 7 /8 in. (27.0 x 35.3 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schult 128 

83. 1.5.2 n 

17. Armer Wetter und hoher Herr 2, 

1919 

(Poor cousin and high master 2) 

io 9 /i6 x 14 in. (26.8 x 35.5 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schult 129 

83.1.5.20 

18. Die Zudringliche, 1919 
(The intrusive woman) 

io 11 /^ x I3 13 /i6 in. (27.2 x 35. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 130 

83.1.5.2 p 



15 



16 



92-18 



26 



Barlach 



92 (continued) 

19. Die Raucherin, 1919 
(Woman smoking) 

io 9 /i6 x i3 7 /s in. (26.9 x 35.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 131 
83. 1.5.2 q 

20. Die Lauscherin, 1919 
(The eavesdropper) 

10% x I3 13 /i6 in. (27.0 x 35. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 132 
83.1.5.2 r 

21. Die Beichte, 1919 
(The confession) 

io 9 /ie x 13% in. (26.8 x 35.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 133 
83.1.5.2 s 

22. "Frau Venus" 1919 

io 9 /ie x i3 13 /ie in. (26.8 x 35. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 134 
83.1.5.2 t 

23. Das Paar in der Menge 1 — 
Heimliches Gesprach, 1919 

(The couple in the crowd 1— secret 

conversation) 

io 9 /ie x I3 13 /i6 in. (26.8 x 35. 1 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schult 135 

83.1.5.2 u 

24. Das Paar in der Menge 2—Heiliger, 
Strohbraut und Lumpensack, 1919 
(The couple in the crowd 2— saint, 
straw bride, and ragbag) 

loYs x I3 u /i6 in. (27.0 x 34.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 136 
83.1.5.2V 

25. Das Paar in der Menge 3— der 
Knieende, 1919 

(The couple in the crowd 3— man 

kneeling) 

io 9 /ie x i3 7 /s in. (26.9 x 35.2 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schult 137 

83. 1.5.2 w 

26. Gesprach vor Tisch, 1919 
(Conversation before dinner) 
io"/i6 x 13% in. (27.2 x 34.9 cm) 
reference: Schult 138 

83. 1.5.2 x 

27. Zweikatnpf 1, 1919 
(Duel 1) 

io 9 /i6 x 14 in. (26.9 x 35.6 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 139 

83.1.5.2 y 

28. Zweikatnpf 2, 1919 

(Duel 2) 

io n /i6 x 14 in. (27.2 x 35.6 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 14O 
83. 1.5.2 z 





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Schlechtes Gewissen i, 1919 

(Bad conscience 1) 

io 5 /8 x 14 in. (27.0 x 35.6 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schult 14 1 

83.1.5.2 aa 

Schlechtes Gewissen 2, 1919 

(Bad conscience 2) 

io u /i6 x i3 7 /8 in. (27.2 x 35.2 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schult 142 

83. 1.5.2 bb 

Schlechtes Gewissen 3, 1919 

(Bad conscience 3) 

io 7 /s x 13T/8 in. (27.6 x 35.2 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schult 143 

exhibition: Guenther 4 

83.1.5.2 cc 

32. Verlorenes Licht 2, 1919 
(Lost light 2) 

10% x i3 7 /s in. (27.0 x 35.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 145 
83.1.5.2 dd 

33. Sternreigen, 1919 
(Star dance) 

io u /i6 x I3 13 /i6 in. (27.2 x 35. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 146 
83. 1.5.2 ee 

34. Die Laterne, 1919 
(The lantern) 

io 3 /i6 x 14V16 in. (25.9 x 35.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 147 
83.1.5.2 ff 

35. Letzter Dienst 2, 1919 
(Final duty 2) 

io 9 /i6 x I3 15 /i6 in. (26.8 x 35.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 149 
exhibition: Guenther 5 
83. 1.5.2 gg 

36. Zwei gegen Einen, 1919 
(Two against one) 

io n /i6 x I3 n /i6 in. (27.2 x 34.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 150 
EXHIBITION: Guenther 6 
83.1.5.2 hh 

37. Verzweifelter Abtanz, 1919 
(Desperate dance) 

io n /i6 x I3 13 /i6 in. (27. 1 x 35. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 151 
83. 1.5.2 ii 

38. Magd eines hohen Herrn, 1919 
(Maid of a high master) 

io 9 /i6 x I3 u /i6 in. (26.8 x 34.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 152 
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93 



Barmherziger Samariter, 1919 
(The good Samaritan) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
6 15 /i6 x 5'/i6 in. (17.7 x 12.9 cm) 
From Paul Erich Kiippers, ed. , Das 
Kestnerbuch (Hannover: Heinrich 
Bbhme Verlag, 1919), following p. 64 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 13-18 May 1973, part of lot 
4076 

REFERENCE: Schult 163 
exhibition: Reed 321/8 
83.1. 140 h 

94 

Gruppe in Sturm, 1919 

(Group in a storm) 

Woodcut on China paper, laid down on 

heavy wove paper 

7x 5'/i6in. (17.8 x 12.9 cm) 

Proof apart from edition of 100; see also 

cat. no. 95 

inscription: dedication to Karl 

Riicessly(?) on support sheet 

PROVENANCE: Gropper Gallery, Boston; 

Ars Libri, Boston; purchased in 1980 

REFERENCE: Schult 162 

M. 82. 287. 5 

95 

Gruppe in Sturm, 1919 
(Group in a storm) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
6 u /i6 x 4 13 /i6 in. (17.0 x 12.2 cm) 
From UnserWeg 1920: Einjahrbuch 
(Berlin: Paul Cassirer, 1919), 
frontispiece. The center also has an 
impression from Kurt Pfister, ed., 
Deutsche Graphiker der Gegenwart 
(Leipzig: Klinkhardt & Biermann, 
1920). Schult catalogues these as 
reprints of the editioned woodcut (see 
cat. no. 94); in fact they are reduced 
versions printed from a different block 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
REFERENCE: version of Schult 162 
EXHIBITION: Reed 323/2 
831590 a 

96 

Der Kopf 

(The head) 

Portfolio of 10 woodcuts on japan paper 
An extra suite from deluxe edition of 
illustrations to poem by Reinhold von 
Walter (Berlin: Paul Cassirer, 1919); the 
center also has the bound edition of 200 
INSCRIPTION: each sheet signed, l.r.; 
book signed by artist and author and 
numbered (1/20) on justification page 
provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 
28-29 May 1974, lot 1807 
REFERENCE: Schult 101, 103-H 
exhibition: Reed 231; Barton 61 
83.1.6.2 a-] 
1. Untitled (title page), 1919 

6 5 /8 x 5V4 in. (16.8 x 13.3 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schult IOI 

83.1.6.2 a 





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2. Fluchende Alte, 1919 
(Cursing old woman) 

4 x 3V8 in. (10. 1 x 7.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 103 

83.1.6.2 b 

3. Lahmer, Blinder und bettlende 
Alte, 1919 

(Cripple, blind man, and old beggar 

woman) 

5V8 x 5V4 in. (12.9 x 13.3 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schult 104 

83.1.6.2 C 

4. Bettlermajestat, 1919 
(Beggar's majesty) 

5 9 /i6 x 4^/8 in. (14.2 x 12.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 105 
83.1.6.2 d 

5. Die Peitsche, 1919 
(The whip) 

5 5 /i6 x 5V4 in. (13.6 x 13.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 106 
83.1.6.2 e 

6. Die Verstossetien, 1919, 
(The outcasts) 

5V4 x 5% in. (13.4 x 13.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 107 
83. 1.6.2 f 

7. Russische Bettlerin, 1919 
(Russian beggar woman) 
4 x 3'/8 in. (10.2 x 7.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 108 
83. 1.6.2 g 

8. Verzweiflung und Emporung, 1919 
(Despair and rebellion) 

5% x 5% in. (13.7 x 14.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 109 
83.1.6.2 h 

9. Knieende Bettlerin, 1919 
(Kneeling beggar woman) 
4 x 3'/i6 in. (10.1 x 7.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult HO 
83.1.6.2 i 

10. Vntergang, 1919 
(Downfall) 

5% x 5 in. (14.5 x 12.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 111 
83. 1.6.2 j 

97 

Mors Imperator, 1919 

(Death on horseback) 

Woodcut on J. W. Zanders paper 

10% x i4'/4 in. (27.0 x 36.2 cm) 

Published by Paul Cassirer, Berlin, 

1919 

inscription: signed, l.r. ; numbered 

(16/100), 1.1. 

provenance: R. Dale Fisher, Wappin- 

gers Falls, New York; purchased in 1973 

REFERENCE: Schult 156 

M. 82.288.3 



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98 

Die Wandlungen Gottes: Sieben 
Holzschnitte 

(The transformations of God: Seven 
woodcuts) 

Portfolio of 7 woodcuts on japan paper 
Published by Paul Cassirer, Berlin, 
1922; total edition of 121; the center also 
has the unsigned 1922 popular edition 
with reproductions of the prints 
inscription: each print signed, l.r.; 
numbered (1/110) on justification page 
PROVENANCE: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 
28-30 June 1974, lot 1803 

REFERENCE: Schult 164-66, 168-71 

EXHIRITION: Reed 233 
83.i.7a-g 

1. Der erste Tag, 1920-21 
(The first day) 

io'/s x i4'/8 in. (25.7 x 35.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 164 
83.1.7 a 

2. Die Dome, 1920-21 
(The cathedrals) 

io'/i6 x i4 3 /i6 in. (25.5 x 36.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 165 
83.1.7 b 

3. Der gottliche Bettler, 1920-21 
(The divine beggar) 

10V16 x 14V16 in. (25.5 x 35.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 166 
83.1.7 c 

4. Totentanz2, 1920— 21 
(Dance of death 2) 

9 13 /i6 x i4 3 /i6 in. (25.0 x 36.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 168 
83.1.7 d 

5. Goff Bauch, 1920-21 
(The god "Paunch") 

io'/s x i4'/i6 in. (25.7 x 35.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 169 
83. 1.7 e 

6. Die Fehen, 1920-21 
(The rocks) 

io'/s x 14V16 in. (25.7 x 35.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 170 

83.1.7 f 

7. Der siebente Tag, 1920-21 
(The seventh day) 

io'/i6 x i4Vi6 in. (25.5 x 35.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 171 
83- 1-7 g 

99 

Elend, 1922 

(Poverty) 

Lithograph on J. W. Zanders paper 

i9'/4 x 16% in. (48.9 x 42.5 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(51/104), 1.1. 

provenance: Galerie Nierendorf, 

Berlin; purchased in 1975 

reference: Schult 201 

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100 

Der Findling 

(The foundling) 

Portfolio of 20 woodcuts on japan paper 

An extra suite of illustrations to play by 

Barlach (Berlin: Paul Cassirer, 1922); 

the center also has a copy of the bound 

edition of 80 

inscription: each sheet signed, l.r. 

provenance: Karl & Faber. Munich, 

1 June 1973, part of lot 389 

REFERENCE: Schult 172-73, 175-92 

exhibition: Reed 234, Barton 62 
83. 1.9.2 a-t 

1. Die Last, 1922 
(The burden) 

4 9 /ie x 3 9 /i6 in. (11.6 x 9. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 172 

83.1.9.2 a 

2. Haderndes Paar im Regen, 1922 
(Couple quarreling in the rain) 
3% x 5% in. (9.5 x 13.6 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 173 
83.1.9.2 b 

3. Steinklopfer und voter Kaiser, 1922 
(Stone breaker and red kaiser) 

5'/s x 4'/2 in. (13.0 x 11.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 175 
83.1.9.2 c 

Wanderndes Paar im Regen, 1922 
(Wayfaring couple in the rain) 

3 x 4 3 /i6 in. (7.7 x 10.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 176 
83. 1.9.2 d 

Gruppe uus drei Figuren—Bass, 
Diskant, Tenor, 1922 
(Group of three figures— bass, 
soprano, tenor) 
4 I5 /i6 x 5% in. (12.5 x 13.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 177 
83.1.9.2 e 

Der Hundekarren, 1922 
(The dogcart) 

4 x 5V2 in. (10.2 x 13.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 178 

83. 1.9.2 f 

Lahmer und Einbein—Diebitz und 

Stiebitz, 1922 

(Cripple and one-legged man— 

Diebitz and Stiebitz) 

4'/i6 x 4V2 in. (10.3 x 11.4 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schult 179 

83.1.9.2 g 

8. Wandernde Puppenspieler, 1922 
(Wayfaring puppeteers) 

3 3 /s x 4 5 /i6 in. (8.6 x 11.0 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schult l8o 

83. 1.9.2 h 

9. Verzweifelter Puppenspieler, 1922 
(Desperate puppeteer) 

4% x 5 9 /i6 in. (11.7 x. 14. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 181 
83.1.9.2 i 

10. Elise, knieend vor der Mutter, 1922 
(Elise kneeling before her mother) 
3% x 5 3 /i6 in. (8.5 x 13. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 182 

83.1. 9. 2j 



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11. Cruppe aus mehreren Figuren, 
1922 

(Group of several figures) 
4V2 x 5 in. (11.5 x 12.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 183 

83.1.9.2 k 

12. Der Puppenspieler, 1922 
(The puppeteer) 

4 3 /i6 x 5 3 /i6 in. (10.6 x 13.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 184 
83. 1.9.2 1 

13. Ein braver Mann muss gehn und 
betteln— Kummer und Elise, 1922 
(An honest man must go and beg— 
Kummer and Elise) 

5 x 4V2 in. (12.7 x 11.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 185 
83.1.9.2 m 

14. Der Mantel ist mehr Flick ah Stuck, 
1922 

(The cloak is more patch than whole 

cloth) 

4'/2X3 7 /8in. (11.5x8.7 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schult 186 

83. 1.9.2 n 

15. Friss, Friss, Vater Kummer, 1922 
(Gorge, gorge, father Kummer) 
4 5 /i6 x 5% in. (10.9 x 13.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 187 
83.1.9.20 

16. Der Kessel, 1922 
(The kettle) 

6V2 x 5 7 /i6 in. (16.5 x 13.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 188 
EXHIBITION: Guenther 13 
83. 1.9.2 p 

17. Der hohe Herr, 1922 
(The master) 

6 7 /i6 x 5V16 in. (16.4 x 12.9 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schult 189 

83. 1.9.2 q 

18. Der Maulwurf, 1922 
(The mole) 

3 n /i6 x 5 9 /i6 in. (9.3 x 14. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 190 
83. 1.9.2 r 

19. Das Kind in der Glorie, 1922 
(The child in glory) 

6 7 /i6 x 5V2 in. (16.4 x 14.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 191 
EXHIBITION: Guenther 14 
83.1.9.2 s 

20. Fort mit dem Wort vom 
Menschenfrass, 1922 

(Away with the word of cannibalism) 
5 u /i6 x 5 7 /i6 in. (14.5 x 13.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 192 
EXHIBITION: Guenther 15 
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101 

Goethe: Walpurgisnacht 

Portfolio of 20 woodcuts on japan paper 
Accompanied book edition with same 20 
woodcuts (Berlin: Paul Cassirer, 1923); 
the center also has the unnumbered 
popular edition with reproductions of 
the woodcuts, published by Cassirer in 

1923 

INSCRIPTION: each sheet signed, l.r.; 
signed and numbered (18/120) on book's 
justification page 
provenance: R. E. Lewis, San 
Anselmo, California; purchased in 1974 
REFERENCE: Schult 203-6, 208-23 
exhibition: Reed 235; Barton 63 
83. 1.34.2 a-t 

1. Untitled (title page), 1922 
7 7 /i6 x 5 5 /s in. (18.9 x 14.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 203 
83.1.34.2 a 

2. Der Harfner, 1922 
(The harpist) 

5 3 /i6 x 3 n /i6 in. (13. 1 x 9.3 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schult 2O4 

83.1.34.2 b 

3. Blocksberggelichter, 1922 
(Blocksberg gang) 

3 x 4 in. (7. 6 x 10. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 205 

83.1.34.2 c 

4. Das Irrlicht, 1922 
(Will-o'-the-wisp) 

4 15 /i6 x 4 u /i6 in. (12.5 x 11.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 206 
83.1.34.2 d 

5. Faust und Mephistopheles 2, 1922 
(Faust and Mephistopheles 2) 
7 5 /i6 x 5 9 /i6 in. (18.6 x 14.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 208 
83.1.34.2 e 

6. Hexenreise, 1922 
(Witch's journey) 

7V4 x 5V2 in. (18.4 x 13.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 209 
83. 1.34.2 f 

7. Die Hexe Baubo, 1922 
(The witch Baubo) 

4 7 /8 x 3 n /i6 in. (12.4 x 9.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 210 
83- 1-34-2 g 

8. Das Eulennest, 1922 
(The owl's nest) 

5 5 /i6 x 4% in. (13.4 x 11.1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 211 
83. 1.34.2 h 

9. Der Bischof, 1922 
(The bishop) 

5'/2 x 5 9 /i6 in. (14.0 x 14.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 212 
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101 (continued) 

10. Reitender Vrian, 1922 
(Urian riding) 

7V2 x 5%6 in. (19.0 x 14. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 213 
83. 1.34.2 j 

11. Hexenritt, 1922 
(Witch's ride) 

7% x 5 n /i6 in. (18.8 x 14.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 214 

83.1.34.2 k 

12. Die Spielleute, 1922 
(The troubadours) 

4 7 /s x 4V2 in. (12.4 x 11.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 215 
83. 1.34.2 1 

13. Die Schneckenhexe, 1922 
(The snail witch) 

3 ,5 /i6 x 3 in. (10.0 x 7.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 216 
83.1.34.2 m 

14. Die Trodelhexe, 1922 
(The witch of junk) 

5'/i6 x 5 9 /i6 in. (12.9 x 14. 1 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schult 217 
83.I.34.211 

15. Lilith, Adams erste Frau, 1922 
(Lilith, Adam's first wife) 

7% x $¥s in. (18.8 x 14.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 218 
83.1.34.20 

16. Mephistopheles tanzend mit der 
Alien, 1922 

(Mephistopheles dancing with the 
old woman) 

5 u /i6 x 4V8 in. (14.4 x 10.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 219 
83.1.34.2 p 

17. Fausr tanzend mit derjungen, 1922 
(Faust dancing with the young 
witch) 

6'/s x 4 15 /i6 in. (15.6 x 12.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 220 
83. 1.34.2 q 

18. Der Proktophantasmist und 
anderes Gelichter, 1922 

(The procto-phantom and other 

rabble) 

4 15 /i6 x 5 Ms in. (12.6 x 13.0 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schult 221 

83. 1.34.2 r 

19. Gretchen, 1922 

7% x 5 5 /8 in. (18.7 x 14.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 222 
83.1.34.2 s 

20. Verliebte Reverenz, 1922 
(Amorous reverence) 

3'/i6 x 3 9 /i6 in. (7.8 x 9. 1 cm) 
The center also has an impression 
from Hermann Struck, Die Kunst 
des Radierens, 5th ed. (Berlin: Paul 
Cassirer, 1923), before p. 175 
REFERENCE: Schult 223 
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102 

Der Henker, 1922 
(The executioner) 

Lithograph on J. W. Zanders paper 
20V4 x 16V2 in. (51.7 x 42.0 cm) 
From portfolio Die Ausgestossenen 
(Berlin: Paul Cassirer, 1922) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 
(40/104), 1.1. 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, lot 76 
REFERENCE: Schult 197 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 2 

M. 82. 288. 4 

103 

An die Freude 

(Ode to joy) 

Book with 9 woodcuts printed from zinc 

plates on wove paper 

Illustrations to poem by Friedrich von 

Schiller (Berlin: Paul Cassirer, 1927): 

from unnumbered popular edition 

provenance: unknown; purchased in 

1975 

REFERENCE: Schult 271-79 

83.i.36a-i 

1. Freude, schoner Gotterfunken, 
1924 

(Joy, fairest spark of the gods) 
9 7 /s x i4 3 /ie in. (25. 1 x 36.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 271 

83.1.36 a 

2. Seid umschlungen, Millionen, 1924 
(Be embraced, millions) 

9 15 /i6 x i4 3 /i6 in. (25.3 x 36.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 272 
83.1.36 b 

3. Engelreigen, 1924 
(Band of angels) 

lo'/s x 14M6 in. (25.8 x 36.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 273 

83.1.36 c 

4. Der Cherub, 1924 
(The cherub) 

ioVs x i4 3 /i6 in. (25.8 x 36.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 273 
83. 1.36 d 

5. Die Jakobsleiter, 1924 
(Jacob's ladder) 

io 3 /i6 x i4 3 /i6 in. (25.9 x 36.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 275 
83.1.366 

6. Das Liebespaar, 1924 
(The lovers) 

ioVb x i4 3 /i6 in. (25.8 x 36.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 276 

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103 (continued) 

7. Unser Schuldbuch set vernicktet, 

1924 

(Let all old scores be forgotten) 

io 5 /i6 x i4 3 /i6 in. (26. 1 x 36.0 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schult 277 

83- 1-36 g 

8. Dieses Glas dem guten Geist, 1924 
(A toast to the benevolent spirit) 
10V4 x i4 3 /i6 in. (26.0 x 36.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 278 

83.1.36 b 

9. Der Sternenrichter, 1924 
(God the Father) 

io 5 /i6 x i4 3 /ie in. (26. 1 x 36.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 279 
831-361 

104 

Goethe: Ausgewahlte Gedichte 

(Goethe: Selected poems) 
Portfolio of 31 lithographs on J. W. 
Zandersbiitten paper, plus extra folio of 
23 lithographs on japan paper 
Published by Paul Cassirer, Berlin, 

1924 

inscription: extra folio signed, l.r. ; 
numbered (52/100) on justification page 
PROVENANCE: Karl & Faber, 1 June 

1973. lot 391 

REFERENCE: Schult 227-42, 244-62 

exhibition: Reed 236 

83. 1.33. 1 a-ee; 83. 1.33.2 a-w 

1. Lesender Jiingling, 1924 
(Disciple reading) 

5V4 x 6'/8 in. (13.3 x 15.6 cm) 
Also in folio on japan paper 
reference: Schult 227 
83.1.33.1a 

2. DerErweckte, 1924 
(The awakened one) 

6 7 /s x 8Vs in. (17. 5 x 20.6 cm) 
Also in folio on japan paper 
REFERENCE: Schult 228 
83.1.33.1b 

3. Der Totentanz 1, 1924 
(The dance of death 1) 

yVi x 7 15 /i6 in. (18.5 x 20.2 cm) 
Also in folio on japan paper 

REFERENCE: Schult 22g 

83.1.33.1c 

4. Der Totentanz 2, 1924 
(The dance of death 2) 

10% x 8'/8 in. (26.4 x 20.6 cm) 
Also in folio on japan paper 
REFERENCE: Schult 230 
83.1.33.1 d 

5. Der Totentanz 3, 1924 
(The dance of death 3) 
io 3 /i6 x 8 in. (25.9 x 20.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 231 
83.1.33.1 e 

6. An den Mond 1 , 1924 
(To the moon 1) 

6'/s x 8 in. (15.6 x 20.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 232 
83- 1-33- if 




103-7 







104-1 




104-2 



104-3 







104-6 



104-7 



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37 





104-11 



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104-14 




104-16 




104-18 





104-9 



104-10 





104-13 



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104-15 




104-17 



7. An den Mond 2, 1924 
(To the moon 2) 

5% x 8% in. (13.7 x 21.3 cm) 
Also in folio on japan paper 
REFERENCE: Schult 233 

§3- 1-33- ig 

8. Des Paria Gebet, 1924 
(The pariah's prayer) 

5 n /i6 x 6 7 /s in. (14.4 x 17.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 234 
83.1.33.1 h 

9. Legende 1, 1924 
(Legend 1) 

io>/2 x 8 3 /i6 in. (26.7 x 20.8 cm) 
Also in folio on japan paper 
REFERENCE: Schult 23 5 
83. 1.33. li 

10. Legende 2, 1924 
(Legend 2) 

6 5 /8 x 8 in. (16. g x 20.3 cm) 
Also in folio on japan paper 
REFERENCE: Schult 236 

83- 1-33- ij 

11. Legende 3, 1924 
(Legend 3) 

io 5 /i6 x 8'/8 in. (26.2 x 20.6 cm) 
Also in folio on japan paper 
REFERENCE: Schult 237 
83.1.33.1k 

12. Dank des Paria, 1924 
(The pariah's thanks) 

5 9 /i6 x 3% in. (14. 1 x 9.2 cm) 
Also in folio on japan paper 
REFERENCE: Schult 238 

83- 1-33- 1 1 

13. Rastlose Liebe, 1924 
(Restless love) 

7 J /8 x 8 7 /8 in. (18. 1 x 22.5 cm) 
The center has another impression 
from the four-page prospectus for 
this publication 
REFERENCE: Schult 239 
83.1.33.1 m 

14. Prometheus 1, 1924 

5 13 /i6 x 6% in. (14.8 x 17.2 cm) 
Also in folio on japan paper 
REFERENCE: Schult 240 
83.1.33.1 n 

15. Prometheus 2, 1924 

6% x 7V2 in. (17.5 x 19.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 241 

83- 1-33- 10 

16. Grenzen der Menschheit, 1924 
(The limits of humanity) 

5M6 x 7 13 /i6 in. (13.5 x 19.9 cm) 
Also in folio on japan paper 
REFERENCE: Schult 242 
83.1.33.1 p 

17. Der getreue Eckart 1, 1924 
(The faithful Eckart 1) 

10 x 8V4 in. (25.4 x 21.0 cm) 
Also in folio on japan paper 
REFERENCE: Schult 244 

83- i-33-i q 

18. Der getreue Eckart 2, 1924 
(The faithful Eckart 2) 

7% x 7 9 /i6 in. (18.5 x 19.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 245 
83.1.33.1 r 



38 



Barlach 



104 (continued) 

19. Schdfers Klagelied, 1924 
(Shepherd's lamentation) 

8'/i x 7 15 /i6 in. (21.0 x 20.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 246 

83.1.33.1 s 

20. Erlkonig 1, 1924 
(The erlking 1) 

9 15 /ie x 7 13 /i6 in. (25.3 x 19.9 cm) 
Also in folio on japan paper 
REFERENCE: Schult 247 

83.1.33.1 t 

21. Erlkonig 2, 1924 
(The erlking 2) 

6 13 /i6 x 8 in. (17.3 x 20.3 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schult 248 

83.1.33.1 u 

22. Der Zauberlehrling i , 1924 
(The sorcerer's apprentice 1) 
6V2 x 8 in. (16.5 x 20.3 cm) 
Also in folio on japan paper 
REFERENCE: Schult 249 
83.1.33.1 v 

23. Der Zauberlehrling 2, 1924 
(The sorcerer's apprentice 2) 
6"/i6 x 7 ,5 /i6 in. (17.0 x 20. 1 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schult 250 

83.1.33.1 w 

24. Harfenspieler, 1924 
(The harpist) 

6 5 /j6 x 8'/s in. (16.0 x 20.6 cm) 
Also in folio on japan paper 
REFERENCE: Schult 251 
83.1.33.1 x 

25. Die wandelnde Glocke 1 , 1924 
(The changing bell 1) 

7 u /i6 x 7 1s /h> in. (195 x 20.2 cm) 
Also in folio on japan paper 
REFERENCE: Schult 252 

83-i-33-iy 

26. Harzreise im Winter 1, 1924 
(Winter journey in the Harz 1) 
6 I3 /i6 x 6 3 /ie in. (17.3 x 15.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 253 
83.1.33.1 z 

27. Harzreise im Winter 2, 1924 
(Winter journey in the Harz 2) 
io 7 /s x 8Vs in. (27.6 x 20.6 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 254 
83.1.33.1 aa 

28. Harzreise im Winter 3, 1924 
(Winter journey in the Harz 3) 
7 7 /i6 x 8'/8 in. (18.9 x 20.3 cm) 
Also in folio on japan paper 
REFERENCE: Schult 255 
83.1.33.1 bb 

29. Der Konig in Thule 1, 1924 
(The king in Thule 1) 

6"/i6 x 7 15 /i6 in. (17.0 x 20.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schult 256 
83.1.33.1 cc 

30. Der Konig in Thule 2, 1924 
(The king in Thule 2) 

6 u /i6 x 7 I5 /i6 in. (17.0 x 20.2 cm) 
Also in folio on japan paper 
REFERENCE: Schult 257 

83.1.33.1 dd 






104-21 



104-19 





104-22 



104-23 




104-24 




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104-25 



104-26 





104-28 





104-29 



104-30 



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39 




104-31 







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104-35 





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31. Geistes-Gruss, 1924 
(Greeting of spirit) 

6'/s x 8 in. (15.6 x 20.3 cm) 
Also in folio on japan paper 
REFERENCE: Schult 258 

83.1.33.1 ee 

32. Der Totentanz 4, 1924 
(The dance of death 4) 

8 5 /s6 x 7 15 /ie in. (21. 1 x 20. 1 cm) 
Only in folio on japan paper 
REFERENCE: Schult 259 

83. 1.33.2 t 

33. An den Mond 3, 1924 
(To the moon 3) 

7 3 /i6 x 8Vs in. (18.3 x 20.6 cm) 
Only in folio on japan paper 

REFERENCE: Schult 260 

83. 1.33.2 u 

34. An den Mond 4, 1924 
(To the moon 4) 

6% x 8V4 in. (16.2 x 21.0 cm) 
Only in folio on japan paper 
REFERENCE: Schult 261 

83.1.33.2 V 

35. Die wandelnde Glocke 2, 1924 
(The changing bell 2) 

5V2 x 7% in. (14.0 x 20.0 cm) 
Only in folio on japan paper 
REFERENCE: Schult 262 
83.1.33.2 w 

105 

Selbstbildnis 1 , 1928 

(Self-portrait 1) 

Lithograph on J. W. Zanders paper 

17% x i2 5 /8 in. (45.0 x 32.0 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. ; numbered 

(6/50), 1.1. 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 2-4 June 1977, lot 61 

REFERENCE: Schult 282 

EXHIBITION: Chipp 3 

M. 82. 288. 6 

106 

Der Durstige, 1930 

(The thirsty one) 

Reproduction of a drawing (Schult 

1916), with letter from Barlach signed 

and dated "Giistrow / Febr. 1930" 

131/4 x 20V2 in. (33.7 x 52.0 cm) 

provenance: gift of Dr. Isa Lohmann- 

Siems, Hamburg, 1978 

The reproduction and letter were sent 

to Dr. Lohmann-Siems as a thank-you 

after Barlach's sixtieth birthday 

M. 82.288.7 a, b 

107 

Der neue Tag, 1932 

(The new day) 

Lithograph printed in gray on Van 

Gelder Zonen paper 

12% x i7 3 /i6 in. (32.0 x 43.7 cm) 

Proof apart from edition of 150 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; titled and 

dated below image 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 11-12 June 1982, lot 96 

REFERENCE: Schult 294 

M. 82. 287. 77 



40 



Josef Bato 

born 1888 
Budapest, Hungary 



Marius Bauer 

born 1867 The 
Hague, Netherlands 

died 1932 

Amsterdam, 

Netherlands 



Barlach 



108 

Der netie Tag, c. 1932 

(The new day) 

Lithographic crayon and pencil on 

transfer paper 

14% x 20% in. (36.5 x 51.8 cm) 

Preliminary transfer drawing for 

lithograph (cat. no. 107) 

inscription: various numbers on verso 

provenance: Marga Boehmer, 

Giistrow; Galerie Pels-Leusden, Berlin; 

purchased in 1979 

exhibition: Vom zeichnerischen 

Entwurfzur Druckgraphik: Eine 

Gegeniiberstellung (Berlin: Galerie 

Pels-Leusden, 1979-80), no. 9a 

M. 82. 287. 76 






109 

Vorrucken im Granat- und 

Schrapnellfeuer, c. 1915 

(Advancing in grenade and shrapnel 

fire) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i5'/i6 x io 7 /8 in. (38.2 x 27.6 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 30 (1915): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/13 

83.1.1428 d 

110 

Untitled (poem by Hauff), 1916 

Lithograph on wove paper 

11 x SVi in. (28.0 x 21.0 cm) 

From Lieder des Bildermann, 

supplement to Der Bildermann 1, no. 

11(1916) 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

EXHIBITION: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.78 



111 

Untitled (Oriental street scene), c. 1911 
Etching on laid paper 
9'/s x 6 in. (23.2 x 15.2 cm) 
From Zeitschrift fur bildende Kunst. 
n.s., 22, no. 1 (1911): before 1 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 
83.1.965 a 



Rudolf Bauer 112 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1918 
born 1889 Linoleum cut printed in red, blue, and 

Lindenwald black on slick wove paper 

7% x 5V& in. (19.7 x 13.0 cm) 
died 1953 Deal, From Herwarth Walden, ed., 

New Jersey Expressionismus: Die Kunstwende 

(Berlin: Verlag der Sturm, 1918), 

following p. 8 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 14 June 1972, part of lot 37 

exhibition: Guenther under 340 

83.1.600 b 







108 




109 




111 



l fe'fiit^.'-.^owr«^^-i, 




Bauer-Saar 



41 






115 




113 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1918 
Linoleum cut printed in red, blue, and 
yellow on slick wove paper 
g'/i6 x 5 15 /i6 in. (23. 1 x 15. 1 cm) 
From Herwarth VValden, ed., 
Expressionismus: Die Kunstwende 
(Berlin: Verlag der Sturm, 1918), 
following p. 72 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 14 June 1972, part of lot 37 
EXHIBITION: Guenther under 340 
83.1.600 g 



114 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1923 
Woodcut on wove paper 
8 x 7V2 in. (20.3 x 19.0 cm) 
From Karl Lorenz, ed., Das neue 
Hamburg (Hamburg: Gemeinsehafts- 
verlag Hamburgischer Kiinstler, 1923), 

P- 43 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (257/450) on 

justification page 

provenance: Arthur H. Minters, New 

York; purchased in 1976 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 322 

83.1. 160 e 

115 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1923 
Woodcut on wove paper 
8V4 x 7V4 in. (21.0 x 18.4 cm) 
From Karl Lorenz, ed., Das neue 
Hamburg (Hamburg: Gemeinschafts- 
verlag Hamburgischer Kiinstler, 1923), 

P- 45 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (257/450) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Arthur H. Minters, New 

York; purchased in 1976 

exhibition: Reed under 322 

83.1.160 f 

116 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1923 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 n /i6 x 7 7 /i6 in. (19.5 x 18.9 cm) 

From Karl Lorenz, ed., Das neue 

Hamburg (Hamburg: Gemeinschafts- 

verlag Hamburgischer Kiinstler, 1923), 

p. 47 

inscription: numbered (257/450) on 

justification page 

provenance: Arthur H. Minters, New 

York; purchased in 1976 

exhibition: Reed under 322 

83.1. 160 g 



Adolf Bauer-Saar 



42 



Baum 



Paul Baum 


117 




Weiden, c. 1924 


born 1859 Meissen 


(Willows) 




Etching on heavy wove paper 


died 1932 


5% x 7 3 /i6 in. (14.6 x 18.3 cm) 


San Gimignano, 


From Richard Hamann and Fritz 


Italy 


Herbert Lehr, eds. , Marburger 




Jahrbuchfiir Kunstwissenschaft , vol. 1 




(Marburg: Verlag des kunstgeschicht- 




lichen Seminars der Universitat 




Marburg, 1924), before p. 285; edition 




of 500 




PROVENANCE: Biicherei Verlag Kurt 




Desch, Munich (ex libris); Hartung & 




Karl, Munich, 13 November 1979, part 




of lot 2958 




83.1.785 a 


Fritz Baumann 


118 




Untitled (horse and rider), c. 1915 


born 1886 Basel, 


Woodcut on wove paper 


Switzerland 


i3 9 /i6 x i87i6 in. (34.5 x 46.9 cm) 




From Der Sturm 6, no. 5/6 (1915): 


died 1943 Basel, 


30-31 


Switzerland 


provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 



purchased in 1982 
83.1.1392.20 

119 

Untitled (horses), c. 1915 
Woodcut on wove paper 
io u /i6 x ig 3 /i6 in. (27. 1 x 48.7 cm) 
From Der Sturm 6, no. 7/8 (1915): 

42-43 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1- 1392-21 

120 

Untitled (family in landscape), c. 1915 
Woodcut on wove paper 
io 13 /i6 x i6 3 /8 in. (27.4 x 41.6 cm) 
From Der Sturm 6, no. 13/14 (1915): 

78-79 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1392.26 



Otto Baumberger 


121 




Kreuzabnahme, c. 1918 


born 1889 


(Descent from the cross) 


Alstetten, 


Lithograph on japan paper 


Switzerland 


8 x 5 n /i6 in. (20.3 x 14.5 cm) 




From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 


died 1961 


2, no. 7 (1918); the center also has an 




impression from the regular edition 




inscription: numbered (32/110) on 




justification page 




provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 




Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 




in 1975 




exhibition: Reed 283/25 




83.1.1117 a 




117 





121 



118 




119 




120 



Beckmann 



43 






123-4 




123-1 











123-5 



122 Herbert Bayer 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1923 

Lithograph printed in black, gray, blue, born 1900 Haag 

and red on wove paper (Oberbayern) 

9 9 /i6 x 5% in. (24.3 x 14.6 cm) 

From Staatliches Bauhaus in Weimar, died 1985 

1919-2923 (Weimar and Munich: Santa Barbara, 

Bauhausverlag, 1923), p. 221; from California 

German edition of 2,000 (total edition of 

2,600) 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 13- 18 May 1974, part of lot 

3956 

exhibition: Reed under 398 

83.1.41 i 



123 

Eurydikes Wiederkehr, in drei 

Gesangen 

(The return of Eurydice, in three 

cantos) 

Book with 9 lithographs on Strathmore 

japan paper 

Illustrations to verses by Johannes 

Guthmann (Berlin: Paul Cassirer, 1909); 

total edition of 60 

inscription: each sheet signed, l.r.; 

numbered (24/35) on justification page 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 28 April 1982, lot 2378 

REFERENCE: GallwitZ 3 

83. 1.734 a-i 

1. Begrdbnis, 1909 
(The burial) 

8 x 6% in. (20.3 x 17.2 cm) 
Following page 10 
REFERENCE: GallwitZ 3 (l) 
83- 1-734 a 

2. Untitled (Orpheus lying in 
landscape), 1909 

7 15 /i6 x 6% in. (20.2 x 17.5 cm) 
Following page 24 
REFERENCE: GallwitZ 3 (z) 
83-i-734b 

3. Orpheus verldsst seine Mutter, um 
in die Unterwelt zu gehen, 1909 
(Orpheus leaves his mother to go to 
Hades) 

7i 3 /i6 x 6 13 /i6 in. (19.9 x 17.3 cm) 
Following page 36 
REFERENCE: GallwitZ 3 (3) 

83- 1-734 c 

4. Orpheus in der Unterwelt, 1909 
(Orpheus in Hades) 

7 5 /s x 6% in. (194 x 16.8 cm) 
Following page 42 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 3 (4) 

83- 1-734 d 

5. Orpheus vor Plato und Proserpina, 

1909 

(Orpheus before Plato and 

Persephone) 

8 x 6% in. (20.3 x 17.2 cm) 

Following page 52 

REFERENCE: Gallwitz 3 (5) 

83.1.734 e 



Max Beckmann 

born 1884 Leipzig 

died 1950 

New York, New York 



Seckmann 



123 (continued) 



6 



Das Wiedersehen, 1909 
(The reunion) 

y 7 /s x 6V2 in. (20.0 x 16.5 cm) 
Following page 58 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 3 (6) 

§3- 1-734 f 

7. Untitled (dark passage), 1909 
6% x 8% in. (17. 1 x 21.3 cm) 
Following page 62 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 3 (7) 

83- 1-734 g 

8. Untitled (the shore), 1909 
7% x 6V2 in. (19.6 x 16.5 cm) 
Following page 66 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 3 (8) 

83- 1-734 h 

9. Untitled (vista), 1909 

7 13 /i6 x 6 3 /4 in. (19.9 x 17. 1 cm) 
Following page 78 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 3 (9) 
83-i-734i 

124 

Verkaufder Gefangenen, c. 1909 
(Selling of the prisoners) 
Brown ink on wove paper 
4'/s x 4 15 /i6 in. (10.8 x 12.5 cm) 
inscription: titled, l.r., inscribed "Der 
Rivern(?)," l.r. 

provenance: Kate Steinitz; Zeitlin & 
Ver Brugge, Los Angeles; purchased in 

1974 

reference: Wiese 58; Gordon 654 

EXHIBITION: Reed 1 

Study for 1910 painting in the Saint 

Louis Art Museum (Gbpel 127) 

L. 84. 5.26; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Collection, Beverly Hills, 

California 

125 

Entwurf Amazonenschlacht ', 1910 

(Study for battle of the Amazons) 

Pencil on heavy card 

7% x 7 7 /s in. (19.7 x 20.0 cm) 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r.; 

titled, 1.1. 

provenance: Reinhard Piper, Munich 

(inscription, verso); his sale, Karl & 

Faber, Munich, 29 June 1981, lot 75; 

Evelyn Hagenbeck Galerie & Verlag, 

Hamburg; purchased in 1981 

reference: Kaiser, p. 8; Wiese 57 

exhibition: Anne Rover and Bernhard 

Schnackenburg, Max Beckmann in der 

Sammlung Piper (Bremen: Kunsthalle, 

1974), no. 1, pi. 46 

Study for 1911 painting in the Robert 

Gore Rifkind Collection, Beverly Hills, 

California (Gopel 146) 

L. 84. 5. 27; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 




123-6 




^4&«S£. 




126 






125 



Beckmann 



45 




%jf3>MJ 




127-2 





127-3 



127-4 




127-5 




127-6 



126 

David und Bathsheba, 191 1 

(David and Bathsheba) 

Lithograph on J. W. Zanders paper 

17V2 x 14V2 in. (44.5 x 36.8 cm) 

Published by I. B. Neumann Verlag, 

Berlin 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r.; 

numbered (17/40), 1.1. 

provenance: Zeitlin & Ver Brugge, Los 

Angeles; purchased in 1974 

REFERENCE: Gallwitz 14 

EXHIBITION: Reed 2 

M. 82.288.9 

127 

Sechs Lithographien zum neuen 
Testament 

(Six lithographs from the New 

Testament) 

Portfolio of 6 lithographs on japan paper 

Published by E. W. Tieffenbach, Berlin, 

1911; from first edition on japan paper 

INSCRIPTION: each plate signed, l.r.; 

inscribed "Herrn und Frau S. / zum 

Weihnachten 1912 mit den / 

herzlichsten Griissen / Max Beckmann" 

on title page 

provenance: Karl & Faber, Munich, 30 

May 1975, lot 609 

REFERENCE: Gallwitz 5- 10 

EXHIBITION: Reed 3 

8 3 .i. 3 8a-f 

1. Christus in der Wiiste, 1911 
(Christ in the wilderness) 
io 15 /i6 x g 5 /i6 in. (27.7 x 23.6 cm) 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 5 
exhibition: Reed 3/1 
83.1.38 a 

2. Taufe Christi, 1911 
(The baptism of Christ) 

9 u /i6 x 8 13 /i6 in. (24.6 x 22.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 6 
EXHIBITION: Reed 3/2 
83.1.38 b 

3. Christus unci I die Siinderin, 1911 
(Christ and the adulteress) 
loVie x g 5 /i6 in. (25.6 x 23.7 cm) 
reference: Gallwitz 7 
EXHIBITION: Reed 3/3 
83.1.38 c 

4. Die Bergpredigt, 1911 
(The Sermon on the Mount) 
lo'/a x g 5 /8 in. (26.7 x 24.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 8 
exhibition: Reed 3/4; Guenther 20 
83. 1.38 d 

5. Das Ahendmahl, 1911 
(The Last Supper) 

io 7 /i6 x 11% in. (26.5 x 29.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 9 
EXHIBITION: Reed 3/5 
83. 1.38 e 

6. Die Wiirfler unter dem Kreuz, 1911 
(Soldiers gambling for Christ's robe) 
11% x 9 5 /s in. (29.5 x 24.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 10 
EXHIBITION: Reed 3/6, Guenther 21 
83. 1.38 f 



Beckmann 



128 

Das Bad der Straf linge 

(The bath of the convicts) 

Seven lithographs on wove paper 

Illustrations to story by Fyodor 

Dostoyevski "Aus einem Totenhaus," in 

Kunst und Kunstler 11, no. 6 (1913): 

289-96 

PROVENANCE: Erasmus, Amsterdam; 

purchased in 1975 

REFERENCE: Gallwitz 28 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 286 

83. 1.1242 s-y 

1. Untitled (title page), 1912 
2% x 6 5 /i6 in. (7.0 x 16.0 cm) 
Page 289 

REFERENCE: Gallwitz 28 (1) 
83.1.1242 s 

2. Untitled (standing and kneeling 
prisoners), 1912 

5*4x3% in. (13.3x8.3 cm) 
Page 290 

REFERENCE: Gallwitz 28 (2) 
83.1.1242 t 

3. Untitled (two men, half-length), 
1912 

4 3 /i6 x 4 15 /i6 in. (11.0 x 12.5 cm) 
Page 291 

REFERENCE: Gallwitz 28 (3) 
83.1.1242 u 

4. Untitled (two men at door), 1912 
4 5 /s x 3V16 in. (11.7 x 7.8 cm) 
Page 292 

REFERENCE: Gallwitz 28 (4) 
83.1.1242 v 

5. Untitled (prisoners in room), 1912 
8 7 /ie x 7VI6 in. (21.5 x 18.0 cm) 
Page 293 

REFERENCE: Gallwitz 28 (5) 
83.1.1242 w 

6. Untitled (prisoner in room), 1912 
6Vs x 5 5 /i6 in. (15.5 x 13.5 cm) 
Page 294 

REFERENCE: Gallwitz 28 (6) 
83.1.1242 x 

7. Untitled (Crucifixion), 1912 
7% x 5% in. (20.0 x 14.0 cm) 
Page 296 

REFERENCE: Gallwitz 28 (7) 
83.1.1242 y 

129 

Bildnis des verwundeten Schwagers 

Martin Tube, 1914 

(Portrait of wounded brother-in-law 

Martin Tube) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

n 15 /i6 x 9 I3 /i6 in. (30.3 x 25.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 11 (1914): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

reference: Gallwitz 53c 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/14; Chipp 133 

83.1.1410 d 





128-1 




128-3 




128-5 




128-2 




128-4 




Beckmann 



47 





129 



130 





132-2 




132-1 




132-3 



130 

Mord, 1914 

(Murder) 

Drypoint on japan paper 

9 x io 7 /8 in. (22.9 x 27.7 cm) 

From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 

from edition A (total edition of 200) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(xiv/l) on justification page; publisher's 

blind stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

REFERENCE: Gallwitz 54 

EXHIBITION: Reed 336/31 

M. 82.288.384.31 

131 

Der Abend: Selbstbildnis mit 

Battenbergs, 1916 

(The evening: Self-portrait with the 

Battenbergs) 

Drypoint on japan paper 

9 7 /ie x 7 in. (23.9 x 17.8 cm) 

From portfolio Gesichter (Munich: 

Marees-Gesellschaft, 1919-20), pi. 10; 

from edition of 40 (total edition of 100); 

unnumbered 

inscription: signed, l.r.; inscribed 

"Mitternacht"(?), 1.1.; publisher's 

stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Kennedy Galleries, New 

York; private collection, Los Angeles; 

Art Harris Gallery, Los Angeles; 

purchased in 1972 

REFERENCE: Gallwitz 67 

exhibition: Reed 372; Chipp 4 

M. 82.288. 15 

132 

Die Fiirstin 

(The princess) 

Book with 6 drypoints on laid paper 
Illustrations to novel by Kasimir 
Edschmid (Weimar: Gustav 
Kiepenheuer Verlag, 1918) 
INSCRIPTION: numbered (206/500) on 
justification page 

provenance: Ganymede Graphics, 
Berkeley; purchased in 1974 
reference: Gallwitz 89 
EXHIBITION: Reed 369 
83-i-39a-f 

1. Untitled (three seated figures), 
1917 

7X5'/4in. (17.7 x 13.4 cm) 
Following page 8 
reference: Gallwitz 89 (1) 

83- 1-39 a 

2. Untitled (misshapen figure), 1917 
7'/i6 x 5 3 /s in. (18.0 x 13.7 cm) 
Following page 28 
reference: Gallwitz 89 (2) 

83- 1-39 b 

3. Untitled (man and nude woman), 

1917 

7% x 4 15 /i6 in. (18.7 x 12.5 cm) 
Following page 40 
reference: Gallwitz 89 (3) 
83- 1-39 c 



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4. Untitled (figure at window), 1917 
7% x 5 9 /i6 in. (18.7 x 14.2 cm) 
Following page 54 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 89 (4) 

83- 1-39 d 

5. Untitled (five figures), 1917 
7'/i6 x 5V2 in. (18.0 x 13.9 cm) 
Following page 60 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 89 (5) 
83.1.39 e 

6. Untitled (seduction), 1917 
7'/s x 5 '/a in. (18. 1 x 14.0 cm) 
Following page 78 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 89 (6) 
83.1.39 f 

133 

Mainlandschaft, 1918 

(Main River landscape) 

Drypoint on handmade paper 

9% x n 5 /8 in. (24.9 x 29.5 cm) 

From portfolio Gesichter (Munich: 

Marees-Gesellschaft, 1919-20), pi. 6; 

from edition of 60 (total edition of 100); 

unnumbered 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; titled and 

dated, 1.1.; publisher's stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Stefan Lennart, Munich; 

purchased in 1974 

REFERENCE: Gallwitz 99 

EXHIBITION: Reed 373 

M. 82. 288. 16 

134 

Bildnis Reinhard Piper, 1920 
(Portrait of Reinhard Piper) 
Drypoint on thin japan paper 
n 3 /4 x 5 7 /8 in. (29.8 x 15.0 cm) 
Proof apart from edition of 35 published 
by R. Piper & Co., Munich 
inscription: signed, l.r; inscribed, not 
by artist, "Musterdruck zum Auftrag 23 
vom 10/5.21," 1.1. 
provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 
Ketterer, Hamburg, 18 December 
1978, lot 593 

REFERENCE: Gallwitz 134 
M. 82.288. 14 

135 

Pierrot und Maske, 1920 
(Pierrot and mask) 
Lithograph on heavy wove paper 
i2 5 /i6 x 8 in. (31.3 x 20.3 cm) 
From Kurt Pfister, ed., Deutsche 
Graphiher der Gegenwart 
(Leipzig: Klinkhardt & Biermann, 
1920), pi. 30; edition of 600 
PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1972 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 146 
exhibition: Reed under 339 
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Stadtnacht 

(City night) 

Book with 7 lithographs on japan paper 

Illustrations to poems by Lili von 

Braunbehrens (Munich: R. Piper & 

Co., 1921): from edition of 100 on japan 

paper (total edition of 600) 

inscription: signed on justification 

page 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 29 May 1975, lot 4931.1 

REFERENCE: GallwitZ 135-41 

EXHIBITION: Reed 370 

83-i-4oa-g 

1. Untitled (title page), 1920 
7% x 6 in. (18.8 x 15.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: GallwitZ 135 
83.1.40 a 

2. Trinklied, 1920 
(Drinking song) 

7V2 x 6 9 /i6 in. (19. 1 x 16.7 cm) 
Page 17 

REFERENCE: GallwitZ 136 
83.1.40 b 

3. StadtTiacht, 1920 
(City night) 

7% x 6'/i6 in. (19.4 x 15.5 cm) 

Page 24 

REFERENCE: GallwitZ 137 

83.1.40 c 

4. Verbitterung, 1920 
(Bitterness) 

7'/2 x 5 7 /8 in. (19.0 x 15.0 cm) 
Page 32 

REFERENCE: GallwitZ 138 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 134 
83. 1.40 d 

5. Vorstadtmorgen, 1920 
(Morning in the suburbs) 
7 u /i6 x 6Vs in. (19.5 x 15.5 cm) 
Page 40 

REFERENCE: GallwitZ 139 
83.1.406 

6. Mobliert, 1920 
(Furnished) 

8'/i x 6'/i6 in. (21.0 x 15.5 cm) 
Page 42 

REFERENCE: GallwitZ 140 
83. 1.40 f 

7. Die Kranke, 1920 
(The sick one) 

7V2 x 6V16 in. (19.0 x 15.4 cm) 
Page 46 

REFERENCE: GallwitZ 141 
83. 1.40 g 



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137 

Bildnis Dostojewskis, 1921 
(Portrait of Dostoyevski) 
Drypoint on laid paper 
6"/i6 x 4 u /i6 in. (17.0 x 12.0 cm) 
From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe I 
(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1921); 
edition of 200; the center also has the 
print in Julius Meier-Graefe, ed., 
Ganymed, vol. 3 (Munich: R. Piper & 
Co., 1921), before p. 1 
inscription: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1972 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 160 b 

exhibition: Reed 317/10 
M. 82. 288. 377 b 

138 

Der Jahrmarkt 

(The annual fair) 

Portfolio of 10 drypoints on handmade 

paper 

Published by Marees-Gesellschaft, 

Munich, 1922; total edition of 200 

inscription: each sheet signed, l.r.; 

numbered (12/125) on justification 

page; publisher's stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 

Ketterer, Munich, 26 May 1975, lot 131 

REFERENCE: Gallwitz 163-72 

exhibition: Reed 371 

M. 82.288. 19 a-k 

1. Der Ausrufer—Selbstbildnis, 1921 
(The barker— self-portrait) 

13 1 /] x io 3 /i6 in. (33.6 x 25.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 163 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 6 
M.82.288.iga 

2. Garderobe, 1921 
(Dressing room) 

8'/s x 5 13 /i6 in. (20.7 x 14.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 164 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 7 

M. 82.288. 19 b 

3. Hinter den Kulissen, 1921 
(Behind the scenes) 

8V4 x 12 in. (21.0 x 30.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 165 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 8 
M. 82. 288. 19 c 

4. Sclriessbude, 1921 
(Shooting gallery) 

12V2 x 9% in. (31.8 x 24.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 166 
M. 82. 288. 19 c! 

5. Der grosse Mann, 1921 
(The tall man) 

i2'/i6 x 8 3 /i6 in. (30.7 x 20.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 167 
M. 82.288. 19 e 

6. DerNeger, 1921 
(The Negro) 

11% x io'/j in. (28.9 x 26.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 168 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 9 
M. 82. 288. 19 f 











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7. Das Karussell, 1921 
(The carousel) 

n 7 /i6 x 10 in. (29.0 x 25.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: GallwitZ 169 

M. 82. 288. 19 g 

8. Die Seiltanzer, 1921 
(The tightrope walkers) 

lo'/s x io'/i6 in. (25.7 x 25.6 cm) 
REFERENCE: GallwitZ 170 
M. 82.288. 19 h 

9. Niggertanz, 1921 
(Nigger dance) 

io'/j x 10 in. (26.0 x 25.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 171 
M. 82. 288. 19 i 

10. Schlangendame, 1921 
(Snake lady) 

11% x io'/i6 in. (29.0 x 25.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: GallwitZ 172 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 10 

M. 82. 288. 19 j 

139 

Portrat Reinhard Piper, 1921 
(Portrait of Reinhard Piper) 
Lithograph on Van Gelder Zonen paper 
23 3 /ie x 16V2 in. (58.9 x 42.0 cm) 
Proof apart from edition of 40 published 
by R. Piper & Co., Munich 
inscription: signed, l.r.; dedicated by 
Piper to Lotta Tieffenbach and dated 25 
May 1924, 1.1. 

provenance: Reinhard Piper; Lotta 
Tieffenbach; Parke-Bernet, New York, 
12 May 1972, lot 24 
REFERENCE: GallwitZ 156 
EXHIBITION: Reed 333; Chipp 5 
M. 82. 288. 10 

140 

Bildnis Reinhard Piper, 1922 
(Portrait of Reinhard Piper) 
Woodcut on thin japan paper 
8'/2 x 4'/i6 in. (21.6 x 10.3 cm) 
Block cut by Albert Fallscheer; 
published by R. Piper & Co., Munich 
inscription: signed, l.r.; numbered 
(vn/x), 1.1. 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, lot 159 
REFERENCE: GallwitZ 210 b 
EXHIBITION: Reed 334; Barton 65 
M. 82.288. 12 

141 

Liebespaar, 1922 

(Lovers) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

■f/s x 5'/2 in. (20.0 x 14.0 cm) 

From Georg Biermann, ed., Jahrbuch 

derjungen Kunst (Leipzig: Klinkhardt 

& Biermann, 1922), frontispiece 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

REFERENCE: Gallwitz 267 

EXHIBITION: Reed 320/1922.1 

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142 

Madchen mit Tamburin, 1922 

(Girl with tambourine) 

Woodcut on cover stock 

4 5 /i6 x 3% in. (11. 0x9.5cm) 

From Max Beckmann: I. B. Neumanns 

Bilderhefte (Berlin: Verlag Graphisches 

Kabinett Israel Ber Neumann, 1922), 

cover 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

reference: Gallwitz 217 

EXHIBITION: Reed 277 

83.1.218 a 

143 

Selbstbildnis, 1922 

(Self-portrait) 

Woodcut on japan paper 

8% x 6'/8 in. (22.2 x 15.4 cm) 

Published by R. Piper & Co., Munich; 

total edition of 100 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. ; numbered 

(vin/xx), 1.1. 

provenance: Karl & Faber, Munich, 

2-3 December 1971, lot 579 

reference: Gallwitz 195 c 

exhibition: Reed 374; Barton 64; 

Chipp 11 

M. 82. 288. 11 

144 

Tanzende, 1922 

(Dancers) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

7V16 x 4V8 in. (18.0 x 10.5 cm) 

From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe 11 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1922); 

the center also has the print in Julius 

Meier-Graefe, ed., Ganymed, vol. 4 

(Munich: R. Piper & Co., 1922), 

following p. 128 

inscription: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(cxl/ccc) on cover 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

reference: Gallwitz 197 

EXHIBITION: Reed 317/24 

M. 82.288.378 b 

145 

Bei der Toilette, 1923 
(Toilette) 

Woodcut on handmade paper 
24'/i6 x i8'/i6 in. (61. 1 x 45.9 cm) 
Trial proof apart from edition of 55 
INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r.; 
inscribed "Zwei Frauen Probedruck, 1.1. 
provenance: R. E. Lewis, San Rafael, 
California; purchased in 1979 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 226 
EXHIBITION: Barton 67 
M. 82.288. 17 





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146 

Bildnis Frau H. M.; Naila, 1923 
(Portrait of Frau H. M.; Naila) 
Woodcut on simili-japan paper 
13% x 12% in. (34.9 x 32.7 cm) 
From portfolio Gegenwart (Munich: 
Marees-Gesellschaft, n.d.), pi. 2; 
edition size unknown (probably 100) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; publisher's 
stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 15-17 June 1972, lot 50 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 252 b 
exhibition: Reed 375; Barton 66 
M. 82. 288. 13 

147 

Bildnis Naila mil aufgestiitzten Armen 

und Glas, 1923 

(Portrait of Naila resting on elbows with 

glass) 

Drypoint on heavy wove paper 

8 5 /i6 x 6'/s in. (21. 1 x 15.6 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Curt Glaser et 

al., Max Beckmann (Munich: R. Piper & 

Co., 1924), the first oeuvre catalogue of 

Beckmann's prints 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

reference: Gallwitz 230 

83.1.216 a 

148 

Frauenkopf/ Frau Battenberg, 1923 

(Head of a woman / Frau Battenberg) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

9'/i6 x 5% in. (23.0 x 14.7 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(32/35), LL 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1979 

reference: Gallwitz 227 

M. 82. 288. 18 

149 

Zeretelli, 1923 

Drypoint on thin laid paper 

7 J /4 x 5V2 in. (18.5 x 14.0 cm) 

From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe III 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1924); 

edition of 100 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

1 3 -1 5 November 1979, part of lot 2779 

REFERENCE: Gallwitz 247 

EXHIBITION: Reed 317/46 

M. 82. 288. 379 d 



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150 

Der Mensch ist kein Haustier 

(Man is not a domestic animal) 

Book with 7 lithographs on Van Gelder 

paper 

Illustrations to play by Stephan Lackner 

(Paris: Editions Cosmopolites, 1937); 

total edition of 120 

inscription: signed and numbered 

(70/100) on justification page 

provenance: gift of Stephan Lackner, 

1981 

REFERENCE: GallwitZ 286 

83.1.42 3-g 

1. Untitled (prisoners), 1937 
6 x 3 7 /s in. (15.3 x 9.8 cm) 
Following page 8 
83.1.42 a 

2. Untitled (vampire birds), 1937 
4 x 6 5 /i6 in. (10.2 x 16.0 cm) 
Following page 26 

83.1.42 b 

3. Untitled (two heads), 1937 
6'/s x 3 15 /i6 in. (15.5 x 10.0 cm) 
Following page 36 

83.1.42 c 

4. Untitled (lovers), 1937 

6 3 /i6 x 4'/s in. (15.7 x 10.5 cm) 
Following page 54 
83.1.42 d 

5. Untitled (dancers), 1937 
6%e x 3% in. (15.7 x 9.8 cm) 
Following page 64 
83.1.42 c 

6. Untitled (two seated figures), 1937 
6V16 x 4 3 /i6 in. (15.4 x 10.6 cm) 
Following page 70 

83. 1.42 f 

7. Untitled (man with hat), 1937 
6'/s x 4 in. (15.5 x 10.2 cm) 
Following page 110 

83. 1.42 g 







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151 

Day and Dream 

Portfolio of 15 lithographs on wove 

paper 

Published by Curt Valentin, New York, 

1946 

inscription: each plate signed, l.r., and 

numbered (81/90), 1.1. 

provenance: Christie's, London, 5 July 

1979, lot 184 

REFERENCE: Gallwitz 289-303 

M. 82. 287. 6 a-o 

1. Self-Portrait, 1946 

12V2 x 10% in. (31.8 x 26.3 cm) 

REFERENCE: Gallwitz 289 

M. 82. 287.6 a 

2. Weather Vane, 1946 

I4 n /i6 x 9V2 in. (37.3 x 24. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 290 
M. 82.287.6 b 

3. Sleeping Athlete, 1946 

io 3 /8 x 11 in. (26.4 x 27.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 291 
M. 82.287.6 c 

4. Tango, 1946 

141/2 x 11 in. (36.8 x 27.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 292 
M. 82.287.6 d 

5. Crawling Woman, 1946 

i4 3 /i6 x n 5 /s in. (36.0 x 29.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 293 
M. 82. 287. 6 e 

6. / Don't Want to Eat My Soup, 1946 
10% x 15% in. (26.4 x 39. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 294 

M. 82. 287. 6 f 

7. Dancing Couple, 1946 

i2 5 /ie x 9V2 in. (31.3 x 24.1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 295 

M. 82.287.6 g 

8. King and Demagogue, 1946 
i4 5 /i6 x g% in. (36.4 x 24.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 296 

M. 82. 287.6 h 

9. The Buck, 1946 

I2 13 /i6 x 10 in. (32.6 x 25.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 297 
M. 82. 287.61 

10. Dream of War, 1946 

io'/2 x i4 9 /i6 in. (26.7 x 37.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 298 
M. 82. 287. 6 j 

11. Morning, 1946 

n 7 /8 x g 5 /s in. (30.2 x 24.5 cm) 
reference: Gallwitz 299 
M. 82. 287.6 k 

12. Circus, 1946 

i5 5 /8 x 11% in. (39.7 x 28.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 300 
M. 82. 287. 6 I 

13. Magic Mirror, 1946 

i2'/8 x 8V2 in. (30.8 x 21.6 cm) 
REFERENCE: Gallwitz 301 
M. 82. 287. 6 m 



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14. The Fall of Man, 1946 

11% x io'/i in. (29.9 x 26.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: GallwitZ 302 
M. 82. 287.611 

15. Christ and Pilate, 1946 

i3 9 /i6 x io 7 /s in. (34.4 x 27.6 cm) 
REFERENCE: GallwitZ 303 
M. 82. 287. 60 



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Untitled (head of a black man), c. 1910 
born 1886 Pencil on Le Marchais paper, laid down 

Strassburg n'/i6 x 7 7 /s in. (28. 1 x 20.0 cm) 

inscription: signed by artist's widow on 
died 1922 support sheet, l.r. 

Strasbourg. France provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 

(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 

Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 

M. 82. 288. 309 

153 

Untitled (head of a man), c. 1910 
Brown ink on wove paper, laid down 
6V2 x 5 13 /ie in. (16.5 x 14.7 cm) 
PROVENANCE: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82.288.320 

154 

Untitled (horse drawing cart), 1910 
Pencil on brownish wove paper 
5'/4 x 8 5 /8 in. (13.3 x 21.9 cm) 
inscription: signed and dated, l.r. 
PROVENANCE: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82.288.307 

155 

Untitled (two dogs), c. 1910 
Black ink on notebook paper, laid down 
3 x 3 7 /ie in. (7.6 x 8.8 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed by artist's widow on 
support sheet, l.r. 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California, purchased in 1977 
Reproduced in M. Barka, Rene Beeh: 
Malerbriefe aus Algerien mit sechzig 
Zeichnungen (Munich: Georg Miiller & 
Eugen Rentsch, 1914), p. 31 
M. 82.288.311 

156 

Untitled (back view of nude woman), 

c 1910-15 

Black ink on handmade paper, laid 

down 

9 7 /i6 x 5 3 /i6 in. (24.0 x 13.2 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed by artist's widow, 1.1. 

provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 

(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 

Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 

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Untitled (back view of seated nude 

woman), c. 1910-15 

Black ink on handmade paper, laid 

down 

5 9 /i6 x 8V2 in. (14.2 x 21.6 cm) 

inscription: signed by artist's widow, l.r. 

provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 

(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 

Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 

M. 82.288.312 

158 

Untitled (lioness), c. 1910-15 
Brown ink on wove paper, laid down 
4 '/a x 6'/i6 in. (11.5 x 15.4 cm) 
inscription: signed by artist's widow, l.r. 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82. 288.313 

159 

Untitled (lioness), c. 1910-15 

Brown ink on wove paper 

8 x 10 1 l /i6 in. (20.3 x 27. 1 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed by artist's widow, l.r. 

PROVENANCE: Hilda Ascher Allen 

(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 

Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 

M. 82. 288.315 

160 

Untitled (nude woman in profile), 

c. 1910-15 

Brown ink on notebook paper, laid 

down 

11% x 7% in. (29.6 x 18.8 cm) 

inscription: signed by artist's widow, l.r. 

PROVENANCE: Hilda Ascher Allen 

(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 

Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 

M. 82. 288. 3 18 

161 

Untitled (seated figure in landscape), 

c. 1910-15 

Black ink and wash on notebook paper, 

laid down 

7% x 4V1 in. (18.7 x 10.8 cm) 

inscription: signed by artist's widow on 

support sheet, l.r.; numbered (252) on 

support sheet, I.e. 

provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 

(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 

Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 

M. 82.288.317 

162 

Untitled (two figures in hammocks), 

c. 1910-15 

Pencil on wove paper, laid down 
6 7 /s x 8 in. (17.5 x 20.4 cm) 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82. 288. 302 



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163 

Untitled (horse and rider), c. 1911 
Brown ink on wove paper, laid down 
5V4 x 3V8 in. (13.3 x 8.0 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed by artist's widow on 
support sheet, l.r. 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
Reproduced in M. Barka, Rene Beeh: 
Malerbriefe aus Algerien mit sechzig 
Zeichnungen (Munich: Georg Muller & 
Eugen Rentsch, 1914), p. 51 
M. 82.288.319 

164 

Untitled (praying monk), 1913 
Black ink and watercolor on wove paper, 
laid down 

4 7 /s x 3 13 /i6 in. (12.4 x 9.7 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: dated, u.l.; signed by 
artist's widow on support sheet, l.r. 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82. 288.321 

165 

Untitled (two cavalrymen), 1914 
Lithograph on wove paper 
5 3 /e x 4'/i6 in. (13.6 x 10.3 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo i, no. 2 (1914): 19 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
exhibition: Reed under 308 

83.1.1186 d 

166 

Untitled (dead horse and soldiers), 

Lithograph on wove paper 

5'/2 x 4 in. (14.0 x 10.2 cm) 

From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 3 (1914): 33; the 

center also has an impression from the 

special edition 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 308 

83.1. 1187 f 

167 

Untitled (two cavalrymen), 1914 
Lithograph on wove paper 
4V2 x 3 15 /i6 in. (11.5 x 10.0 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 4 (1914): 47 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
exhibition: Reed under 308 
83.1.1189 b 

168 

Untitled (cavalryman), c. 1915 
Lithograph on wove paper 
4 9 /i6 x 3V2 in. (11.6 x 8.9 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 6 (1915): 87 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
exhibition: Reed under 308 
83.1.1191 c 





163 




165 





166 



167 




Beeh 



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169 



170 





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173 



174 



169 

Untitled (riders), c. 1915 

Lithograph on wove paper 

6 9 /i6 x 5 7 /i6 in. (16.7 x 13.8 cm) 

From special edition ofZeit-Echo 1, no. 

9(1915): 121 

inscription: numbered (36) on table of 

contents 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 308 

83.1.1194 a 

170 

Untitled (man leading horse), c. 1915 
Lithograph on wove paper 
5H6 x 4V16 in. (12.9 x 10.4 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 10 (1915): 145 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
exhibition: Reed under 308 

83.1.1195 a 

171 

Untitled (mounted lancer), c. 1915 
Lithograph on wove paper 
3 n /i6 x 4V2 in. (9.4 x 11.5 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 14 (1915): 204 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 308 
83.1.1199 a 

172 

Untitled (deer), c. 1915-20 
Black chalk on brownish wove paper 
6 7 /ie x 5 u /i6 in. (16.3 x 14.5 cm) 
inscription: signed by artist's widow, 1.1. 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82.288.310 

173 

Untitled (rear view of crouching 
woman), c. 1915—20 
Red chalk on laid paper 
io 7 /i6 x 7 5 /is in. (26.5 x 18.6 cm) 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82. 288. 303 

174 

Untitled (woman seated at table), 

c. 1915-20 

Black ink on wove paper, laid down 
4 n /i6 x 3 7 /8 in. (11.9 x 9.9 cm) 
inscription: signed on drawing and 
support sheet, l.r. 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82. 288. 327 



60 



Beeh 



175 

DerUnzufriedene, 1919 

(The dissatisfied one) 

Lithograph on Van Gelder Zonen paper 

n 3 /i6 x 8% in. (28.4 x 22.2 cm) 

Trial proof 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r.; 

titled and inscribed "(Probedruck)," 1.1. 

PROVENANCE: Hilda Ascher Allen 

(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 

Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 

M. 82.288.33 

176 

DerZufriedene,c. 1919 

(The contented one) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

87s x 7V4 in. (22.5 x 18.5 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Munchner 

Blatter fur Dichtung und Graphih 1, 

no. 11/12 (1919): 181 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

PROVENANCE: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 290 

83- 1- 1333 8 

177 

Untitled (man with dog), c. 1919 

Lithograph on laid paper 

7V16 x 6'/i6 in. (18.0 x 15.4 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Munchner 

Blatter fur Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 1 (1919): 3 

inscription: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

provenance: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 290 

83.1.1323 c 

178 

Untitled (cow in landscape), c. 1919 

Lithograph on laid paper 

7 9 /i6 x 6Vi in. (19.2 x 15.8 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Munchner 

Blatter fiir Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 2 (1919): 23 

inscription: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

PROVENANCE: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 290 

83.1. 1324 d 

179 

Untitled (man in jungle), c. 1919 
Lithograph on laid paper 
8 u /i6 x 5 15 /i6 in. (22.0 x 15.0 cm) 
From deluxe edition of Munchner 
Blatter fiir Dichtung und Graphik 1, 
no. 4 (1919): 59 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xix/c) on table 
of contents 

PROVENANCE: Richard Seewald; 
Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 
acquired by exchange in 1974 
exhibition: Reed under 290 
83.1.1326 d 





176 



175 





177 



178 





180 



Beeh 



61 





181 



182 





183 



184 





185 



186 



180 

Untitled (crippled man), c. 1919 

Lithograph on laid paper 

8% x 4 I5 /i6 in. (21.2 x 12.5 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fiir Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 8(1919): 117 

inscription: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

provenance: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 290 

83.1.1330 c 

181 

Untitled (beggars in street), c. 1919 
Lithograph on japan paper 
16 x n 7 /i6 in. (40.6 x 29. 1 cm) 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artists sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M.82.288.25 

182 

Untitled (brothel scene), c. 1919 
Lithograph on Holland paper 
I2 13 /i6 x 9% in. (32.6 x 24.8 cm) 
inscription: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82. 288. 28 

183 

Untitled (bull in forest), 1919 
Lithograph on Van Gelder Zonen paper 
I3 n /i6 x n 7 /8 in. (34.7 x 30.2 cm) 
inscription: signed and dated, l.r. 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82.288.29 

184 

Untitled (four streetwalkers), c. 1919 
Lithograph on Van Gelder Zonen paper 
i2 9 /i6 x loVe in. (31.9 x 25.7 cm) 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82.288.21 

185 

Untitled (lions attacking two figures), 

c 1919 

Lithograph on japan paper 

16 x 11V4 in. (40.7 x 28.6 cm) 

provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 

(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 

Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 

M. 82. 288. 26 

186 

Untitled (massacre of the innocents), 

c 1919 

Lithograph on Holland paper 

14% x io 5 /i6 in. (37.4 x 26.2 cm) 

provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 

(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 

Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 

M. 82. 288.27 



62 



Beeh 



187 

Untitled (monk and other figures in 
mountainous landscape), 1919 
Lithograph on Van Gelder Zonen paper 
n 7 /8 x 14V8 in. (30.2 x 35.9 cm) 
inscription: signed and dated, l.r. 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82.288.30 

188 

Untitled (nude man crouching in 
landscape), c. 1919 
Lithograph on japan paper 
I5 n /i6 x 12% in. (399 x 31.4 cm) 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M.S2.288.23 

189 

Untitled (riders in mountain pass), 1919 
Black ink, pencil, and gray wash on 
wove paper, laid down 
9% x 7 7 /i6 in. (24.7 x 18.9 cm) 
inscription: dated, 1.1. 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82.288.316 

190 

Untitled (three men eating), c. 1919 
Lithograph on Van Gelder Zonen paper 
9% x 9V2 in. (25. 1 x 24.2 cm) 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82. 288.20 

191 

Untitled (two figures and vultures), 

c 1919 

Lithograph on Futon paper 

12 x i2 3 /8 in. (30.4 x 31.4 cm) 

provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 

(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 

Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 

M. 82.288.24 

192 

Untitled (vulture and jackal with 
skeleton), 1919 

Lithograph on Van Gelder Zonen paper 
io I5 /ie x I4 15 /i6 (27.8 x 38.0 cm) 
inscription: signed and dated, l.r. 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82. 288.22 

193 

Daniel, 1920 

Lithograph on Van Gelder Zonen paper 

n 7 /i6 x 8'/8 in. (29.0 x 20.6 cm) 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r.; 

titled, 1.1. 

provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 

(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 

Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 

M. 82.288. 36 




187 





188 





193 





190 





194-2 



194-1 





194-5 



194-10 



195 



Beeh 



194 

Gottfried Keller-Bilderbuch: Zehn 
Steinzeichnungen von Rene Beeh 

(Gottfried Keller picture book: Ten 

lithographs by Rene Beeh) 

Book with 10 lithographs (3 in brick red) 

on wove paper 

Published by Eugen Rentsch Verlag, 

Erlenbach and Zurich, n.d. 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1977 

83.1.44 a-] 

1. Pankraz der Schmoller, c. 1920 
(Pankraz the sulker) 

9V2 x 9% in. (24. 1 x 24.8 cm) 
83.1.44 a 

2. Der Schlimm-Heilige Vitalis, 
c. 1920 

(The wicked Saint Vitalis) 
liYt x 9V2 in. (28.5 x 24. 1 cm) 
83.1.44 b 

3. Der Schlimm-Heilige Vitalis, 
c. 1920 

(The wicked Saint Vitalis) 
Printed in brick red 
9 3 /8 x 9% in. (24.5 x 23.8 cm) 
83.1.44 c 

4. Ursula, c. 1920 

12 x 8V2 in. (30.5 x 21.6 cm) 
83.1.44 d 

5. Ursula, c. 1920 

lo'/s x 6'/4 in. (25.8 x 15.9 cm) 
83.1.44 e 

6. Das Meretlein, c. 1920 
(Little Meret) 
Printed in brick red 

9V2 x 8 7 /8 in. (24.1 x 22.5 cm) 
83. 1.44 f 

7. Spiegel das Katzchen, c. 1920 
(Kitten and mirror) 

n 5 /s x 8 7 /8 in. (29.5 x 22.5 cm) 

83- 1-44 g 

8. Die drei gerechten Kammacher, 
c. 1920 

(Three just comb makers) 
10V2 x g'/s in. (26.7 x 23.2 cm) 
83.1.44 b 

9. Der Naar auf Manegg, c. 1920 
(The fool at Manegg) 
Printed in brick red 

io!/2 x 8 l A in. (26.7 x 21.0 cm) 
83. 1.44 i 

10. Der Naar auf Manegg, c. 1920 
(The fool at Manegg) 

10% x 9V4 in. (26.4 x 23.5 cm) 
83.1.44J 

195 

Lowe, c. 1920 

(Lion) 

Lithograph on heavy wove paper 

7V16 x 7V16 in. (18.0 x 18.0 cm) 

From Kurt Pfister, ed., Deutsche 

Graphiker der Gegenwart (Leipzig: 

Klinkhardt & Biermann, 1920), p. 27: 

edition of 600 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

exhibition: Reed under 339 

83.1.171 1 



63 



64 



Beeh 



196 

Robinson l, 1920 

Lithograph on Van Gelder Zonen paper 

i3 3 /i6 x 10V2 in. (33.5 x 26.6 cm) 

Trial proof 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r. ; 

titled and inscribed "(probedruck)," 1.1. 

PROVENANCE: Hilda Ascher Allen 

(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 

Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 

M. 82. 288. 37 

197 

Strindberg: Inferno 

Portfolio of 20 lithographs on Perfecta 

paper 

Published by Hyperion-Verlag, 

Munich, 1920 

inscription: signed and numbered 

(15/300) on justification page; each sheet 

signed, l.r. 

provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen, 

sister-in-law of artist (dedication dated 

September 1921 on first print to her and 

husband Gustav Ascher); R. E. Lewis, 

San Rafael, California; purchased in 

1977 

The Los Angeles County Museum of 

Art also has a copy from the deluxe 

edition of 60, which contains two 

additional lithographs 

83.1.27 a-t 

1. Untitled (two men seated at a 
table), 1920 

10 x 9% in. (25.4 x 25. 1 cm) 
83.1.27 a 

2. Untitled (cafe scene), 1920 
i2 7 /i6 x 9% in. (31.6 x 24.8 cm) 
83.1.27 b 

3. Untitled (street scene with 
prostitutes), 1920 

i2 3 /i6 x g 7 /i6 in. (31.0 x 23.9 cm) 
83.1.27 c 

4. Untitled (four women in the street), 
1920 

I2 n /i6 x 9'/i6 in. (32.2 x 23.0 cm) 
83.1.27 d 

5. Untitled (cafe scene), 1920 
n 7 /8 x loVi in. (30.2 x 26.0 cm) 
83.1.27 e 

6. Untitled (cafe scene), 1920 
11V2 x g 3 /8 in. (29.2 x 23.8 cm) 
83.1.27 f 

7. Untitled (men seated outside cafe), 
1920 

12% x 10V4 (31.4 x 26.0 cm) 
83.1.27 g 

8. Untitled (cafe scene), 1920 
i2'/2 x io 3 /ie in. (31.7 x 25.9 cm) 
83.1.27 b 

9. Untitled (zoo), 1920 

12% x g 13 /i6 in. (31.5 x 24.9 cm) 
83.1.271 

10. Untitled (man with plants), 1920 
12V2 x g'/s in. (31.7 x 23.2 cm) 
83. 1.27 j 

11. Untitled (man reclining on bed), 
1920 

io 13 /i6 x 8"/i6 in. (27.5 x 22. 1 cm) 
83.1.27 k 




196 






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197-2 



197-3 






197-4 






197-8 



197-7 



Beeh 



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197-13 






197-14 





197-15 





197-18 



12. Untitled (kneeling man), 1920 
12V16 x 8 3 /i6 in. (30.6 x 20.8 cm) 
83. 1.27 1 

13. Untitled (running man), 1920 
11 x 7 13 /i6 in. (28.0 x 19.8 cm) 
83.1.27 m 

14. Untitled (man at window), 1920 
io 3 /i6 x 7 n /i6 in. (25.8 x 19.5 cm) 
83.1.27 n 

15. Untitled (man in interior), 1920 
n 9 /i6x 8% in. (29.3 x 21.9 cm) 
83.1.27 

16. Untitled (man and child walking), 
1920 

n 9 /i6 x g 5 /i6 in. (29.3 x 23.7 cm) 
83.1.27 p 

17. Untitled (scenes of violence), ig20 
i2 3 /i6 x 8% in. (31.0 x 22.3 cm) 

83. 1.27 q 

18. Untitled (man on crutches), 1920 
i2 3 /ie x g 5 /s in. (31.0 x 24.5 cm) 
83.1.27 r 

19. Untitled (two dogs), 1920 
i2 7 /s x 9 in. (32.7 x 22.9 cm) 
83.1.27 s 

20. Untitled (woman standing in a 
doorway), 1920 

i2'/2 x 7 7 /i6 in. (31.7 x 18.9 cm) 
83.1.27 1 



197-16 



197-17 





197-19 



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Beeh 

198 

Der Tod der . . . , 1920 

(The death of ... ) 

Lithograph with watercolor on laid 

paper 

io 9 /ie x g'/i6 in. (26.8 x 23.0 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r.; 

titled, 1.1. 

provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 

(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 

Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 

M. 82.288.31 

199 

Untitled (beggar), c. 1920 
Lithograph on handmade paper 
g'/i x 5% in. (24.2 x 13.6 cm) 
The center also has unsigned 
impressions from the portfolio 
Ganymed-Mappe I (Munich: Marees- 
Gesellschaft, 1921) and from Julius 
Meier-Graefe, ed. , Ganymed, vol. 3 
(Munich: R. Piper & Co., 1921), 
following p. 88 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82. 288. 32 

200 

Untitled (brothel scene), c. 1920 
Black ink and watercolor on thin wove 
paper, laid down 
6 7 /s x 7% in. (17.4 x 18.8 cm) 
inscription: signed and dated, l.r. 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82. 288. 326 

201 

Untitled (kneeling man in landscape), 

c. 1920 

Lithograph on Van Gelder Zonen paper 

n'Vie x io'/8 in. (29.7 x 25.7 cm) 

provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 

(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 

Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 

M.82.288.34 

202 

Untitled (nude woman in landscape), 

1920 

Lithograph on Holland paper 

12 x io'/4 in. (30.5 x 26. 1 cm) 

Trial proof 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r.; 

inscribed "Probedruck," 1.1. 

provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 

(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 

Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 

M.82.288.35 

203 

Untitled (two figures on raft), c. 1920 
Lithograph on Van Gelder Zonen paper 
12% x 10V2 in. (31.4 x 26.7 cm) 
PROVENANCE: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82.288.39 



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198 



199 





201 





203 



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207 







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208 




204 

Untitled (two figures with fish), 1920 
Lithograph on Van Gelder Zonen paper 
i2 7 /i6 x g 5 /i6 in. (31.6 x 23.6 cm) 
inscription: signed, dated, and 
inscribed "5 dr.," l.r. ; illegible 
inscription, 1.1. 

provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82. 288.38 

205 

Untitled (two women), c. 1920 
Black ink and watercolor on pebbled 
wove paper, laid down 
8% x 7'/i6 in. (22.3 x 17.9 cm) 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82.288.325 

206 

Jiinge am Ofen; Slilleben, n.d. 
(Youth by the stove; still life) 
Black chalk on thin wove paper 
8V2 x 5 3 /i6 in. (21.6 x 13.2 cm) 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82.288.305 

207 

Untitled (bust of a woman), n.d 

Red chalk on wove paper 
8 7 /i6 x 5% in. (21.5 x 13.6 cm) 
inscription: numbered "v," u.r.; 
illegible inscription, u.l. 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82.288.301 

208 

Untitled (house in landscape), n.d. 
Pencil on wove paper, laid down 
5V8 x 7% in. (13.0 x 18.7 cm) 
inscription: signed by artist's widow, l.r. 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82.288.308 

209 

Untitled (nude woman standing in 
profile), n.d. 

Red chalk on wove paper 
8 7 /i6 x 5% in. (21.5 x 13.6 cm) 
inscription: numbered (1), u.r; 
illegible inscription, u.l. 
PROVENANCE: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82. 288. 299 



209 



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Beeh 



210 

Untitled (seated nude woman), n.d. 
Red chalk on wove paper 
8 7 /i6 x 5 5 /ie in. (21.5 x 13.5 em) 
INSCRIPTION: numbered (v), u.r. ; 
illegible inscription, u.l. 
PROVENANCE: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California: purchased in 1977 
M.82.288.306 

211 

Untitled (seated woman), n.d. 
Red chalk on wove paper 
8 7 /i6 x 5 5 /i6 in. (21.5 x 13.5 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: numbered (ill), u.r.; 
illegible inscription, u.l. 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82. 288. 300 

212 

Untitled (studies of heads and fruit) 
(recto); untitled (figure seated in 
landscape) (verso), n.d. 
Pencil on laid paper 
■fA x 8% in. (19.0 x 22.2 cm) 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M.82.288.304 a, b 

213 

Untitled (youth and maid), n.d. 

Pencil and watercolor on wove paper 
9 x n 7 /8 in. (22.9 x 30.2 cm) 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M.82.288.322 

214 

Untitled (youth and maid), n.d. 
Pencil and watercolor on wove paper 
8 7 /s x 11% in. (22.6 x 29.6 cm) 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82. 288.323 

215 

Untitled (youth and two women in 
bedroom), n.d. 

Pencil and watercolor on wove paper 
9 13 /i6 x i3'/4 in. (25.0 x 33.7 cm) 
provenance: Hilda Ascher Allen 
(artist's sister-in-law); R. E. Lewis, San 
Rafael, California; purchased in 1977 
M. 82. 288.324 



216 

Untitled (abstract composition), c 1924 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

5V2 x 4'/ie in. (14.0 x 10.4 cm) 

From Der Sturm 15, no. 4 (1924): 197 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1396.21 




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215 



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217 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1924 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

3 u /i6 x 4% in. (9.4 x 12.4 cm) 

From Der Sturm 15, no. 4 (1924): 203 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1396.22 



218 

Alexander Olbricht, 1910 

Etching printed in brown on laid paper 

8 7 /8 x 7V8 in. (22.5 x 18.0 cm) 

From Zeitschrift fur bildende Kunst, 

n.s. , 23, no. 2 (1912): following 56 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 

83.1.966 a 

219 

Untitled (leaves), c. 1914 

Woodcut on laid paper 

6 9 /i6 x 4 7 /ie in. (16.7 x 11.3 cm) 

From Das neue Pathos 2, no. 1/3 (1914): 

99; from edition B of 250 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

acquired by exchange in 1984 

83.1.824 m 

220 

Untitled (plant), c. 1914 

Woodcut on laid paper 

6 9 /i6 x 4V2 in. (16.7 x 11.4 cm) 

From Das neue Pathos 2, no. 1/3 (1914): 

100; from edition B of 250 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

acquired by exchange in 1984 

83.1.824 n 



221 



222 



221 

Untitled (the kiss), c. 1898 

Woodcut printed in green, rust, dark 

brown, medium brown, and light brown 

on thin laid paper 

io n /i6 x 8 7 /i6 in. (27.2 x 21.5 cm) 

From Pan 4, no. 2 (1898): following 116; 

the center has two impressions 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

reference: Dennerlein 2021 

83-1. 1356 k 

222 

Winterlandschaft, c. 1900 

(Winter landscape) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

io 7 /ie x 8 5 /ie in. (26.5 x 21. 1 cm) 

From Pan 5, no. 4 (1900): following 240 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

REFERENCE: Dennerlein 2610 

8.3- 1- 1359 f 



Marcus Behmer 

born 1879 Weimar 
died 1958 Berlin 



Peter Behrens 

born 1868 Hamburg 
died 1940 Berlin 



70 



Behrens 



Vincenc Benes 



born 1883 Velke 
Lisice, Bohemia 



died 1979 



Harold Bengen 

born 1879 
Hannover 



Henri Benson 



223 

Heerfiihrer im Osten, 1915 
(Army commander in the east) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
n'/2X yVi in. (29.2 x 18.5 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 56 (1915): 1 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg. 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/15 
83.1.1453 a 

224 

Bildnis Richard Dehmel, n.d. 
(Portrait of Richard Dehmel) 
Woodcut printed in dark green, brown, 
and light brown on japan paper 
20V8 x i4 7 /i6 in. (51.2 x 36.7 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. ; numbered 

(13). 11. 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Rassenge, 
Rerlin, 16-17 May 1979, lot 4479 
M. 82.288.41 







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223 



225 

Untitled (Cubist still life), c. 1914 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

8V2 x 5 7 /s in. (21.6 x 14.9 cm) 

From Der Sturm 5, no. 13/14 (1914): 89 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1392.2 



226 

Untitled (landscape), c. 1912 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7% x io I5 /i6 in. (19.6 x 27.7 cm) 

From Der Sturm 2, no. 103 (1912): 823 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1390.26 




225 



227 

Das Bankett, a 1912 

(The banquet) 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 
3'/s x 2% in. (8.0 x 6.7 cm) 
From Saturti 3, no. 1 (1913): 9 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Rassenge, 
Rerlin, 4 June 1975, part of lot 4899 
exhibition: Reed under 300 
83.1.1312 b 






Riidiger Berltt 228 

Badende, c. 1919 
born 1883 Leipzig (Rathers) 

Woodcut on wove paper 
died 1939 Leipzig 2% x 3 3 /s in. (6.9 x 8.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 21/22 (1919): 

355 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 




227 




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226 




228 



L. 84. 5. 84 d; lent by the Robert Gore 
Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 
California 



Berlit 



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230 



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232 



233 



229 

Frauenkopf, c. 1919 

(Head of a woman) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 13 /i6 x 3V8 in. (9.7 x 7.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 21/22 (1919): 

354 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 84 c; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

230 

Gedenket des Pressefonds der "Aktion" 

c- 1919 

(Remember the publication fund of Die 

Aktion) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 13 /i6 x 3 3 /i6 in. (12.2 x 8. 1 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 21/22 (1919): 

368 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84.5.84 j; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

231 

Kahnfahrt, c. 1919 

(Boat trip) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 n /i6 x 6% in. (14.4 x 17.2 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 21/22 (1919): 

357-58 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84.5.84 e; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

232 

Knabenkopf, c. 1919 

(Head of a youth) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4'/i x 3V8 in. (10.8 x 7.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 29 (1919): 502; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83- 1- 1555 d 

233 

Maske, c. 1919 

(Mask) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 1 /) x 2% in. (10.8 x 6.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 21/22 (1919): 

351 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5.84 b; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



72 



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234 

Selbstportrdt, c. 1919 

(Self-portrait) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 3 /i6 x $/m in. (13. 1 x 8.8 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 21/22 (1919): 

cover- not identified as an original 

woodcut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 84 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

235 

Trauer, c. 1919 

(Sorrow) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 ! /i x 3 15 /i6 in. (8.3 x 10.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 2/5 (1919): 62 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

L. 84. 5. 82 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

236 

Trauer, c. 1919 

(Sorrow) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9% x 5% in. (23.8 x 14.6 em) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 2/5 (1919): 

65-66 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

L. 84. 5.82 b; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

237 

Vmarmung, c. 1919 

(Embrace) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9V2 x 5% in. (24.2 x 13.7 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 21/22 (1919): 

365-66 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 84 i; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

238 

Widmungsblatt fur "Die Aktion" 

c 1919 

(Dedication page for Die Aktion) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9% x 6 5 /i6 in. (23.8 x 16.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 2/5 (1919): 

87-88 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

L.84.5.82 d; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 





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241 



239 

Untitled (dancers), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 7 /ie x 3% in. (13.8 x 9.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 12/13 ( 1 9 1 9) : 

cover 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1550 a 

240 

Untitled (figures in landscape), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 5 /i6 x 3 3 /8 in. (11.0 x 8.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 21/22 (1919): 

359 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 84 f; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

241 

Untitled (tower), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9% x 3V8 in. (23.8 x 7.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 21/22 (1919): 

362 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5.84 g; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

242 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 15 /i6 x 3VB in. (10.0 x 8.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion g, no. 21/22 (1919): 

363 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5.84 h; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

243 

Untitled (standing nude), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 l Ax3Vam. (13.4x7.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 33/34 (1919): 

586 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1556 b 

244 

Widmungsblatt fur "Die Aktion" 

c. 1920 

(Dedication page for Die Aktion) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 5 /s x 6% in. (14.3 x 16.8 cm) 

From Die Aktion 10, no. 27/28 (1920): 

391-92; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1570 b 



74 



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245 

Untitled (houses), c. 1920 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 5 /i6 x 6% in. (16.0 x 17.2 cm) 

From Die Aktion 10, no. 25/26 (1920): 

cover 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 87 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

246 

Aktstudie, c. 1921 

(Study of a nude) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 9 /i6 x 3V4 in. (14.2 x 8.3 cm) 

From Die Aktion 11, no. 47/48 (1921): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 94 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

247 

Michel traumt sehon wieder, c. 1921 

(Michel dreams yet again) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5%X7in. (13.7 x 17.7 cm) 

From Die Aktion 11, no. 43/44 (1921): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L. 84.5.93 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

248 

Aktion! c. 1922 

(Action!) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 13 /i6 x 6 7 /i6 in. (14.8 x 16.3 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 11/12 (1922): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 98 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

249 

Armer USPD—Parteisklave, c. 1922 

(Poor USPD-party slave) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5% x 2 7 /s in. (14.6 x 7.3 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 35/36 (1922): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 110 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 





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246 





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252 




250 

Der Aufbau-Engel des Kapitalismus, 

e. 1922 

(The building angel of capitalism) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3% x 3'/8 in. (9.6 x 7.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 47/48 (1922): 

666; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 116 c; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

251 

Der Engel, der die Ebertgeselhchaft 

vor dem Untergang retten will, c. 1922 

(The angel who would save the Ebert 

society from ruin) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 9 /i6 x 3'/8 in. (14.2 x 7.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 47/48 (1922): 

665; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84. 5. 116 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

252 

Hoch die Arbeitsgemeinschaft, c. 1922 

(Toast the study group) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6Vi x 6 5 /i6 in. (15.9 x 16.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 23/24 (1922): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84. 5. 10 4 a ; ' ent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

253 

Der Hungerengel des geduldigen 

Proletariats, c. 1922 

(The angel of hunger of the patient 

proletariat) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3'/4 x 2 15 /i6 in. (8.2 x 7.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 47/48 (1922): 

665; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84. 5. 116 b; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



253 



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254 

Der Schieber-Engel, c. 1922 

(The profiteer angel) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 15 /i6 x 3'/8 in. (10.0 x 8.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 47/48 (1922): 

666; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 1 16 d; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation. Beverly Hills, 

California 

255 

Die vereinigte Noske-Levi-Crispien 

Partei, c. 1922 

(The united Noske-Levi-Crispien party) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 15 /i6 x 3 7 /s in. (15. 1 x 9.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 27/28 (1922): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 106 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

256 

Untitled (angel with Die Aktion), 

c. 1922 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 13 /i6 x 3V4 in. (14.7 x 8.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 47/48(1922): 

682; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 1 16 e; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

257 

Karl Radek, zum Kostiimivechseln 

eingerichtet, c. 1923 

(Karl Radek prepared to change his 

costume) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 x s'/s in. (15.2 x 13.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 13, no. 13 (1923): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 128 a ; ' en ' by 'he Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

258 

Landschaft, c. 1923 

(Landscape) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 15 /ie x 7V16 in. (15.0 x 18.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 13, no. 16 (1923): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 1 3° a ; l ent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 




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257 




258 



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261 



262 



259 

Antiwahlplakat-Entwurf, c. 1924 

(Study for antivoting poster) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5'/2 x 6 n /i6 in. (14.0 x 17.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 14, no. 11 (1924): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 142 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

260 

"Auch ich zdhle mit" c. 1924 

("I also count") 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4%x 3'/i6 in. (11.1 x 7.8 cm) 

From Die Aktion 14, no. 12 (1924): 610; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 143 d; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

261 

Gedenkblatt fur proletarische Wahler, 

c. 1924 

(Memorial for proletarian voters) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7V4 x 3V& in. (18.5 x 8.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 14, no. 11 (1924): 548; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 142 b; ' ent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

262 

"Mah, ich wahle" c. 1924 

("Baa, I vote") 

Woodcut on wove paper 

2 5 /i6 x 3V16 in. (5.9 x 7.8 cm) 

From Die Aktion 14, no. 12 (1924): 623; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 143 j; ' ent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

263 

Michels Ritt ins Parlament, 1924 

(Michel's ride to parliament) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6Vi x 6 n /i6 in. (15.8 x 17.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 14, no. 12 (1924): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 



L.84.5. M3 a ; ' ent by the Robert Gore 
Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 
California 



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264 

Die Parteipfaffen aufdem 

Stimmenfang, c. 1924 

(The party priests canvassing) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4V16 x 5 7 /i6 in. (10.4 x 13.8 cm) 

From Die Aktion 14, no. 12 (1924): 

611-12; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84.5.143 e; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

265 

Sklaventrost, c. 1924 

(Solace for slaves) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 15 /i6 x 3 in. (10.0 x 7.6 cm) 

From Die Aktion 14, no. 12 (1924): 615; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 143 g; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

266 

"Em stolzes Gefiihl: ich wahle," c. 1924 

("A proud feeling: I vote") 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 5 /i6 x 2 13 /i6 in. (10.9 x 7.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 14, no. 12 (1924): 607; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmuller. 

1984 

L.84.5.143 c; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

267 

"Wir Parteikamele wahlen unentwegt," 

c. 1924 

("We party camels vote incessantly") 

Woodcut on wove paper 

z l A x 6% in. (5.7 x 16.2 cm) 

From Die Aktion 14, no. 12 (1924): 

605-6; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 143 b; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

268 

Turn Magdeburger Prozess, c. 1924 

(On the Magdeburg trial) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 15 /ie x 6 n /i6 in. (15.0 x 17.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 15, no. 1 (1925): 

19-20; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84.5. x 45 c ; l en t by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



Wir $ur£ 





264 





267 



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268 



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MMMKR 



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272 



269 

Ztt'et Welten, c. 1924 

(Two worlds) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 x 6 7 /s in. (15.2 x 17.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 14, no. 15 (1924): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: giftofTitus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 144 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

270 

Der Aasgeier, c. 1925 

(The vulture) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 7 /8 x 6% in. (12.4 x 17. 1 cm) 

From Die Aktion 15, no. 9 (1925): cover; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84.5. !53 a ; ' ent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

271 

Denkmiinze an Locarno, c. 1925 

(Commemorative medal for Locarno) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 5 /s x 6% in. (16.8 x 17. 1 cm) 

From Die Aktion 15, no. 10(1925): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 154 a > l ent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

272 

Deutschlands Jugend nnd seine Paten, 

c 1925 

(Germany's youth and its godparents) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6'/2 x 6 9 /i6 in. (16.5 x 16.7 cm) 

From Die Aktion 15, no. 5 (1925): cover; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84.5. J 49 a i l ent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

273 

Der Kapitalismus itnd die Lohnsklaven, 

c 1925 

(Capitalism and the wage slaves) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 n /i6x 5V2 in. (11.9.x 13.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 15, no. 8 (1925): cover; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 152 a ; l ent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



80 



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274 

Moskauer Meister-Konkurrenz, c. 1925 

(Master competition in Moscow) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 13 /i6 x 6% in. (14.8 x 17. 1 cm) 

From Die Aktion 15, no. 2 (1925): cover; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5.146 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

275 

Parlamentarische Schaukampfe, 

c 1925 

(Parliamentary boxing matches) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 u /i6 x 6V2 in. (14.5 x 16.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 15, no. 6 (1925): cover; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 150 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

276 

Moskauer Chinapolitik, c. 1927 

(Moscow's China politics) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 7 /8 x 7'/i6 in. (14.9 x 18.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 17, no. 4/6 (1927): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84.5. !^7 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



Peter Bertlings 277 

Mutter und Kind, c. 1934 

born Krefeld(?) (Mother and child) 

Woodcut on japan paper 

6% x 9 15 /i6 in. (16.9 x 25.2 cm) 

From portfolio Holzschnitte 

niederrheinischer Kiinstler (Krefeld: 

Felt Verlag, 1934). The text indicates 

that the first 35 were on japan paper and 

signed; the center's copy, however, is 

unsigned 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.16 a 

Emil Betzler 278 

Chor der Menschheit, 1919 

born 1892 Kamen (Chorus of humanity) 

Drypoint on J. W. Zanders paper 
8V4 x 6% in. (21.0 x 17.2 cm) 
From Eos 2, no. 3 (1919): 27; from 
edition A (total edition of 250) 
inscription: numbered (xvii/xl) and 
signed by editor Paul Baumann on 
justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 270 
83.1.1607 d 




275 





278 




276 




Beye 



81 






& ^x m ^K 





279 



279 

Chor des Weibes, 1919 

(Chorus of women) 

Drypoint on J. W. Zanders 1916 paper 

8'/4 x 6 3 /i in. (21.0 x 17.2 cm) 

From Eos 2, no. 3 (1919): 21; from 

edition A (total edition of 250) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xvii/xl) and 

signed by editor Paul Baumann on 

justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 270 

83.1.1607 c 

280 

Satan hat gesiegt, 1919 

(Satan has triumphed) 

Drypoint on J. W. Zanders 1916 paper 

9 x 7V16 in. (22.8 x 17.9 cm) 

From Eos 2, no. 3 (1919): 11: from 

edition A (total edition of 250) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xvii/xl) and 

signed by editor Paul Baumann on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen: purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 270 

83.1.1607 a 



283 



281 

Widmungsblatt fur "Die Aktion" 

c. 1918 

(Dedication page for Die Aktion) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4% x 3% in. (11.7 x 8.6 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 49/50 (1918): 

666; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1544 a 

282 

Untitled (figures with crosses), c. 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 13 /i6 x 3 7 /8 in. (14.8 x 9.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 27/28 (1918): 

340; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1536 b 

283 

Untitled (figures in flames), 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7V4 x 5 5 /s in. (18.5 x 14.3 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 39/40 (1918): 

503-4; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L. 84.5. 80 e; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



Bruno Beye 

born 1895 
Magdeburg 

died 1976 
Magdeburg 



82 



Beye 



284 

Untitled (scene of carnage), c. 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5'/2 x jVa in. (13.9 x 18. 1 cm) 

From DieAktion 9, no. 8/9 (1919): cover 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1548 a 

285 

Untitled (figures in sun), c. 1918 
Woodcut on wove paper 
5 3 /i6 x dVs in. (13. 1 x 17.4 cm) 
From Die Aktion 9, no. 8/9 (1919): 
125-26 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
83.1.1548 b 

286 

Portrat, c. 1920 

(Portrait) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 15 /i6 x 4 15 /i6 in. (15.0 x 12.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 10, no. 29/30 (1920): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1571 a 

287 

Der Baumfaller, c. 1921 

(The woodsman) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 J /i6 x 6 5 /s in. (18.0 x 16.8 cm) 

From DieAktion 11, no. 21/22 (1921): 

cover 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L. 84.5.91 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



Otto Beyer 288 

Abendmahl, c. 1918 
born 1885 (The Last Supper) 

Katowice, Poland Woodcut on wove paper 

5V8 x 6 13 /i6 in. (13.0 x 17.3 cm) 
From Die Aktion 8, no. 11/12 (1918): 

131-32 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5.75 b; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



Frantisek Bilek 289 

Meteor, c. 1916 
born 1872 Chynov, Woodcut on wove paper 

Bohemia 4% x 3 u /i6 in. (12. 1 x 9.4 cm) 

From Die Aktion 6, no. 18/19 (1916): 
died 1941 Chynov, cover; not identified as an original 

Czechoslovakia woodcut 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 30 November 1979, part of 

lot 1173 

83.1.1514 b 





284 



285 





287 



286 




288 




289 



Birckenbach 



83 





293 





291 





295 



290 

Familie, igig 

(Family) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 15 /i6 x 4 n /i6 in. (10.0 x 11.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 33/34 (1919)-' 

cover 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1556 a 

291 

Landschaft, c. 1919 

(Landscape) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 7 /s x 5 7 /8 in. (9.8 x 14.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 39/40 (1919): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83- 1- 1559 a 

292 

Untitled (girl), c. 1919 
Woodcut on laid paper 
3'/i6 x 5'/i6 in. (7.8 x 12.9 cm) 
From Der Weg 1, no. 8/9 (1919): 15 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1976 
exhibition: Reed under 305 
83.1.12191 

293 

Untitled (woman and child), c. 1919 
Woodcut on laid paper 
3 5 /i6 x 4 3 /i6 in. (8.4 x 10.6 cm) 
From DerWeg 1, no. 8/9 (1919): 15 
provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1976 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 305 
83.1.1219 h 

294 

Untitled (woman and child), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 n /i6 x 5'/2 in. (11.9 x 14.0 cm) 

From Die Biicherkiste 1, no. 5/7 (1919): 

67 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 267 

83.1. 1634 g 

295 

Untitled (woman and two children), 

c 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 7 /8 x 6% in. (9.8 x 16.8 cm) 

From Die Biicherkiste 1, no. 8/10 

(1919): 107 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 267 

83.1.1634 m 



Oskar Birckenbach 



84 



Birckenbach 



Fritz Bleyl 

born 1881 Zwickau 
died 1966 



296 

Untitled (man seated at desk), 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 x 4 15 /i6 in. (17-8 x 12.6 cm) 

From Die Biicherkiste 1, no. 8/10 

(1919): 119 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 267 

83.1.16340 

297 

Mai im Vorgarten, c. 1921 

(May in the front garden) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 ls /i6 x 4 9 /i6 in. (15.0 x 11.6 cm) 

From Die Ahtion 11, no. 19/20 (1921): 

cover 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5.90 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



Georg Birnbacher 298 

Untitled (fighting in street), c. 1915 
died 1917 Linoleum cut on wove paper 

Kdnigsberg 8 5 /s x n 13 /i6 in. (21.9 x 30.0 cm) 

From Der Sturm 6, no. 1/2 (1915): 7 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1392.17 

299 

Liebende, c. 1916 

(Lovers) 

Woodcut on J. W. Zanders paper 
6 u /i6 x 5 I: Vi6 in. (17.0 x 14.8 cm) 
From portfolio Die Fibel (Darmstadt: 
Karl Lang Verlag, 1919) 
inscription: signed by Fritz Schaefler 
"fur Birnbacher/F. Schaefler," l.r. 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 338 
83.1.18 a 

300 

Untitled (couple), c. 1916 
Woodcut on laid paper 
5V8 x 5'/4 in. (13.0 x 13.4 cm) 
From Der Weg 1, no. 4 (1919): 1 
provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1976 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 305 
83.1.1216 a 



301 

Hockende mit Hut, c. 1906 
(Crouching woman with hat) 
Carbon pencil on brown wove paper 
i7 9 /i6 x i3 9 /i6 in. (44.6 x 34.5 cm) 
provenance: estate of the artist (stamp, 
verso); Galerie Nierendorf, Berlin; 
purchased in 1975 
exhibition: Reed 50; Driesbach 6 
M.82.288.328 



IT J I'<1 





297 



296 





298 



299 





300 



301 



Bollschweiler 



85 




mMdf 




306 





303 



304 





305 



302 



302 

Hauser hotter dem Deich, 1920 

(Houses behind the dike) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

4 7 /s x 6 in. (12.4 x 15.2 cm) 

From Katalog der zweiten Ausstellung 

der Hamburgischen Secession, exh. cat. 

(Hamburg: Alte Kunsthalle, 1921), 

no. 10, pi. 6 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

83- 1-735 g 



303 

Raufende Bauern, c. 1924 

(Scuffling peasants) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 9 /i6 X4 u /i6 in. (14.1 x 11.9 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed., Schwarzer Greif: 

Ein Ahnanach aufdas Jahr 1925 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), 

P- 139 

PROVENANCE: unknown 

83- 1-549 t 



304 

Bildnis Felixmiiller, 1914 
(Portrait of Felixmiiller) 
Lithograph on Ingres paper 
24 x 17V! in. (61.3 x 43.8 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed and inscribed 
"Orig. Lithographie," 1.1. 
PROVENANCE: Galerie Wolfgang 
Ketterer, Munich, 29 May 1979, lot 130 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 12; Rigby 3 
M. 82. 288.42 

305 

Leben, c. 1918 

(Life) 

Woodcut on purple wove paper 

n'/i x 9% in. (28.5 x 24.8 cm) 

From Menschen 1, no. 8 (1918): 4 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 

exhibition: Reed under 289; Rigby iv, 1 

83.1. 1372 g 



306 

Gartnerei, 1917 

(Nursery) 

Lithograph on japan paper 

6 I5 /i6 x io'/i6 in. (17.6 x 25.5 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

1, no. 12 (1917); the center also has an 

impression from the regular edition 

inscription: numbered (32/110) on 

justification page 

provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 

Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed 283/26 

83.1.1096 a 



Karl Blohm 

born 1886 Tbnning 



Friedrich Blum 



Peter August 
Bockstiegel 

born 1889 
Arrode-Werther 

died 1951 
Arrode-Werther 



Jakob Friedrich (Jack) 
Bollschweiler 

born 1888 Lorrach 

died 1938 Italy 



86 



Bollschweiler 



Hans Bolz 

born 1887 Aachen 



died 1918 
Neuwittelsbach 



W. Boning 



Karl Borschhe 



Sandor Bortnyik 

born 1893 

Maros-Vasarhely, 

Hungary 

died 1976 
Budapest, Hungary 



307 

Knieendes Madchen, c. 1917 

(Kneeling girl) 

Drypoint on wove paper 

4 15 /i6 x 5'/i6 in. (12.6 x 12.8 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

1, no. 12 (1917) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (32/110) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 

Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed 283/1 

83.1.1096 b 



308 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1913 
Woodcut on wove paper 
5 n /i6 x g 3 /i6 in. (14.5 x 23.3 cm) 
From Der Sturm 4, no. 164/165 

(1913): 4i 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1391.63 



309 

Die hohe Kirche zu Reims, 1914 
(The cathedral at Reims) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
ii'/»x 9% in. (28.3 x 24.8 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 5 (1914): 1 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of 
lot 1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/16 
83.1.1404 a 



310 

Untitled (man attacking nude woman), 

c. 1920 

Woodcut on japan paper 

6 5 /i6 x 5V2 in. (16.0 x 14.0 cm) 

From Eros 1, no. 2 (1921): following 64 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (593/1,000) on 

justification page 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 16 April 1981, part of lot 2212 

83.1.1610 d 



311 

Untitled (man and horse), c. 1918 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

4% x 5 7 /i6 in. (12.0 x 13.8 cm) 

From Hungarian periodical Ma 3, no. 7 

[1918?]: 77 

provenance: gift of Dr. Paul Raabe, 

1985 

L. 85. 2. 88 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

312 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1922 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8% x 6% in. (21.9 x 16.9 cm) 

From Der Sturm 13, no. 12 (1922): 185 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1395.20 




308 



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309 





s^pn 



307 




310 




311 



Braumiiller 



87 




313 




316 




314 





313 

Bei der Lampe, c. 1911 

(By the lamp) 

Etching on heavy wove paper 

10V2 x 7 15 /i6 in. (26.6 x zo.2 cm) 

From Zeitschrift fur bildende Kunst, 

n.s., 22, no. 4 (1911): before 77 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 

83-i-965d 



314 

Untitled (nudes), c. 1913 

Woodcut on laid paper 

5% x 5 3 /i6 in. (14.9 x 13. 1 cm) 

From Das neue Pathos 1, no. 3/4 

(1913): 61 

inscription: numbered (50/100) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1983 

L. 84. 5. 339 h; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

315 

Untitled (three nudes), c. 1913 
Woodcut on laid paper 
4 7 /8 x 2% in. (12.4 x 7.0 cm) 
From Das neue Pathos 1, no. 5/6 

(1913): 45 

inscription: numbered (50/100) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1983 

L. 84. 5. 339 n; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



316 

Selbstvernichtung, c. 1915 

(Self-destruction) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

6% x 4% in. (17.2 x 10.8 cm) 

From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 21 (1915): 323 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 308 

83. 1. 1206 c 



317 

Herrscher, c. 1901 

(Ruler) 

Woodcut printed in brown and green on 

PH Antique paper 

io'/j x 7'/ie in. (26.0 x 18.0 cm) 

From Richard Scheid, ed., Avalun 

(Munich: Verlag Avalun, 1901) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (108/300) on 

title page 

PROVENANCE: Warrack & Perkins, 

Witney, Oxfordshire; purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 38 

83.1. 1657 j 



Otto Richard Bossert 

born 1874 
Heidelberg 

died 1919 Leipzig 



Walther Bdtticher 

born 1885 Hagen 
died 1916 France 



Dora Brandenburg- 
Polster 

born 1884 
Magdeburg 



Georg Braumiiller 

born 1870 Berlin 

died 1928/35 
Wiesbaden 



317 



88 



Braumiiller 



born 1897 Lodz, 
Poland 



318 

Lieder an das Leben, c. 1901 

(Songs to life) 

Woodcut printed in reddish brown and 
light brown on PH Antique paper 
io 9 /i6 x 7 5 /i6 in. (26.8 x 18.6 cm) 
From Richard Scheid, ed., Avalun 
(Munich: Verlag Avalun, 1901) 
INSCRIPTION: numbered (108/300) on 
title page 

provenance: Warrack & Perkins, 
Witney, Oxfordshire; purchased in 1974 
exhibition: Reed under 38 
83.1.16571 

319 

Otto Falckenberg, c. 1901 

Woodcut printed in black and orange on 

PH Antique paper 

9 15 /i6 x 6V2 in. (25. 3 x 16.5 cm) 

From Richard Scheid, ed. , Avalun 

(Munich: Verlag Avalun, 1901) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (108/300) on 

title page 

provenance: Warrack & Perkins, 

Witney, Oxfordshire; purchased in 1974 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 38 

83.1. 1657 d 

320 

Pan singt, c. 1901 

(Pan sings) 

Woodcut printed in brown and light 

orange on PH Antique paper 

9 15 /i6 x 7'/i6 in. (25.3 x 18.0 cm) 

From Richard Scheid, ed., Avalun 

(Munich: Verlag Avalun, 1901) 

inscription: numbered (108/300) on 

title page 

PROVENANCE: Warrack & Perkins, 

Witney, Oxfordshire; purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 38 

83.1. 1657 f 

321 

Untitled (man and woman on balcony), 

c. 1901 

Woodcut printed in red and gray on PH 

Antique paper 

io'/i x 7 3 /i6 in. (26.0 x 18.2 cm) 

From Richard Scheid, ed., Avalun 

(Munich: Verlag Avalun, 1901) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (108/300) on 

title page 

provenance: Warrack & Perkins, 

Witney, Oxfordshire; purchased in 1974 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 38 

83. 1. 1657 k 





319 



318 




320 



wffr i- ' k 


1 /i^£ r* \ - 




SMp^MjpSS: 



Vincent (Icchok) 
Brauner 



See cat. no. 31 



died Auschwitz. 
Poland 



Brulez-Mavromati 



89 






323 




326 




322 

Weib und Panther, 1920 

(Woman and panther) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

4V2 x 6 in. (11.5 x 15.2 cm) 

From Katalog der zweiten Ausstellung 

der Hamburgischen Secession, exh. cat. 

(Hamburg: Alte Kunsthalle, 1921), no. 

13. pl- 13 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

§3- 1-735 n 



Franz Breest 



323 

Untitled (child), c. 1927 

Lithograph on wove paper 

9% x 6'/8 in. (23.8 x 15.6 cm) 

inscription: signed, 1.1. 

From Ing. Hermann Heuss et al., 

Kiinstler abseits vom Wege, 1Q07-IQ2J 

(Chemnitz: Kiinstlergruppe Chemnitz, 

1927), p. 56 

PROVENANCE: unknown 

83- 1-52 g 



324 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1923 

Lithograph printed in red and black on 

wove paper 

gVs x s'/s in. (23.2 x 13.0 cm) 

From Staatliches Bauhaus in Weimar, 

1919-2923 (Weimar and Munich: 

Bauhausverlag, 1923), p. 217; from 

German edition of 2,000 (total edition of 

2,600) 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 13-18 May 1974, part of lot 

3956 

83.1.41 g 



325 

Untitled (head), c. 1921 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9 13 /i6 x 7 u /i6 in. (25.0 x 19.5 cm) 

From Karl Lorenz, ed. , Die rote Erde, 

2d ser., no. 1 (Hamburg: Adolf Harms 

Verlag, 1922), p. 125 

inscription: numbered (383/450) on 

justification page 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

13-16 November 1979, part of lot 5024 

83- 1-973 z 

326 

Untitled (head), c. 1921 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 7 /s x 7'/i6 in. (17.5 x 17.9 cm) 

From Karl Lorenz, ed., Die rote Erde, 

2d ser. , no. 1 (Hamburg: Adolf Harms 

Verlag, 1922), p. 127 

inscription: numbered (383/450) on 

justification page 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

13-16 November 1979, part of lot 5024 

83. 1.973 aa 



Heinrich Brenner 

born 1883 
Marienburg 



Marcel Lajos Breuer 

born 1902 Pecs, 
Hungary 

died 1981 

New York, New York 



Fortuna Brulez- 
Mavromati 



90 



Brulez-Rflavromati 



Max Bucherer 



born 1883 Basel 
Switzerland 



327 

Untitled (head), c. 1921 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

10 x 8V16 in. (25.4 x 20.5 cm) 

From Karl Lorenz, ed.. Die rote Erde, 

2d sen, no. 1 (Hamburg: Adolf Harms 

Verlag, 1922), p. 129 

inscription: numbered (383/450) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

13- 16 November 1979, part of lot 5024 

83.1.973 bb 

328 

Untitled (woman at piano), c. 1921 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

io"/i6 x 7 5 /i6 in. (27. 1 x 18.6 cm) 

From Karl Lorenz, ed.. Die rote Erde, 

2d ser.. no. 1 (Hamburg: Adolf Harms 

Verlag, 1922), p. 131 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (383/450) on 

justification page 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

13- 16 November 1979, part of lot 5024 

83- 1-973 cc 

329 

Untitled (nuns walking), c. 1921 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

8% x 7% in. (21.9 x 18.7 em) 

From Karl Lorenz, ed., Die rote Erde, 

2d ser. , no. 1 (Hamburg: Adolf Harms 

Verlag, 1922), p. 133 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (383/450) on 

justification page 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

13-16 November 1979, part of lot 5024 

83. 1.973 dd 

330 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1921 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7% x 8 7 /i6 in. (19.3 x 21.4 cm) 

From Karl Lorenz, ed., Die rote Erde, 

2d ser., no. 1 (Hamburg: Adolf Harms 

Verlag, 1922), p. 135 

inscription: numbered (383/450) on 

justification page 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

13- 16 November 1979, part of lot 5024 

83- 1-973 ee 



331 

Untitled (refugees), c. 1915 
Woodcut on wove paper 
2 I5 /i6 x 3 15 /i6 in. (7.5 x 10.0 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 1. no. 18 (1915): 275 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
exhibition: Reed under 308 
83.1.1203 c 



Robert Budzinski 332 

Der Gottsucher, c. 1924 

(The seeker of God) 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

7V16 x 5% in. (18.0 x 13.7 cm) 

From DerPionier 1, no. 10/11(1924): 12 

provenance: Ars Libri. Boston; 

purchased in 1981 

83.1.963 1 




327 





328 



332 





335-1 



335-2 





335-5 



335-6 



Burchartz 



91 




331 




333 




335-3 





330 




334 





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333 

Unendlichkeit, c. 1924 

(Infinity) 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

6% x 4V4 in. (17.5 x 11.4 em) 

From Der Pionier 1, no. 10/11 (1924): 13 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1981 

83.1.963 m 



334 

Untitled (cityscape), 1920 
Lithograph on wove paper 
9% x 7V2 in. (24.5 x 19. 1 cm) 
From portfolio Das Buch Eins des 
Aktivisten Bundes, 1919 (Diisseldorf: 
Eigener Verlag, 1920) 
inscription: signed and dated, l.r. 
PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 
purchased in 1981 
83.1.670 h 



335 

Die Damonen 

(The devils) 

Portfolio of 8 lithographs on laid paper 
Illustrations to novel by Fyodor 
Dostoyevski, no. 43/44 in the 
monographic series Die Silbergaule 
(Hannover: Paul Steegemann, 1919) 
INSCRIPTION: each sheet signed, l.r.; 
titled, 1.1. j and numbered (42/50), I.e., 
except plate 2 (41/50) 
PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 
purchased in 1982 
83.1.11 a-h 

1. Damonen 1, 1919 
(Devils 1) 

7 7 /i6 x 4 13 /i6 in. (18.9 x 12.2 cm) 
83. 1 . 1 1 a 

2. Damonen 2, igig 
(Devils 2) 

6V2 x 4% in. (16.5 x 11.3 cm) 
83.1.11 b 

3. Damonen 3, 1919 
(Devils 3) 

6V4 x 4 T /i6 in. (15.9 x 11.3 cm) 
83.1.11 c 

4. Damonen 4, 1919 
(Devils 4) 

6V16 x 4 7 /ie in. (15.4 x 11.3 cm) 
83.1.11 d 

5. Damonen 5, 1919 
(Devils 5) 

6'/8 x 4 5 /i6 in. (15.6 x 11.0 cm) 
83.1.11 e 

6. Damonen 6, 1919 
(Devils 6) 

5 15 /i6 x 4 5 /i6 in. (15. 1 x 11.0 cm) 
83.1.11 f 

7. Damonen 7, 1919 
(Devils 7) 

6!/j x 4% in. (15.9 x 11.8 cm) 
83.1.11 g 

8. Damonen 8, 1919 
(Devils 8) 

5% x 4 3 /s in. (14.7 x 11.2 cm) 
83.1.11 h 



Hans Bullinger 

born 1896 Hassloch 



Max Burchartz 

born 1887 Elberfeld 
died 1961 Essen 



335-7 



92 



Burchartz 



Hanns Otto Butterlin 



born 1900 Jalisco, 
Mexico 



336 

ZweiManner, c. 1919 
(Two men) 

Lithograph on japan paper 
7 7 /8 x 5 9 /i6 in. (20.0 x 14.2 cm) 
From Das Kunstblatt 3, no. 8 (1919) 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
EXHIBITION: Reed 283/27 
83.1.1142 a 

337 

Untitled (man with fish), c. 1919 

Lithograph on wove paper 

6% x s'/s in. (17.2 x 13.0 cm) 

From Paul Erich Kiippers, ed., Das 

Kestnerbiich (Hannover: Heinrich 

Bohme Verlag, 1919), following p. 96 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 13-18 May 1973, part of lot 

4076 

exhibition: Reed 321/10 

83.1. 140 j 

338 

Frau vor dem Fenster, 1920 
(Woman at the window) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
7X 5% in. (17.8 x 13.7 em) 
From Georg Biermann, ed.,Jahrbuch 
derjungen Kunst (Leipzig: Klinkhardt 
& Biermann, 1920), following p. 164 
PROVENANCE: Bismarck Buchhandlung, 
Charlottenburg (ex libris, cover); 
Ganymede Graphics, Berkeley, 
purchased in 1974 
EXHIBITION: Reed 320/1920.6 
83.1.798 d 

339 

Selbstportrat, 1921 

(Self-portrait) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i5'/2 x io 15 /i6 in. (393 x 27.8 cm) 

From portfolio Die Schaffenden 3, no. 1 

(Weimar: Gustav Kiepenheuer Verlag, 

1921); edition of 100 (total edition of 

125) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1.; publisher's 

stamp, 1.1. 

provenance: Kunsthaus Lempertz, 

Cologne, 3-4 December 1980, lot 113 

reference: Jahn and Berger 84 

M. 82.287.7 



340 

lxtaccihuatl: Der Azteken Legende vom 
Berge der schlafenden Frau 

(lxtaccihuatl: To the Aztec legend of the 
mountain of the sleeping woman) 
Book with 5 woodcuts on wove paper 
Illustrations to poem by Butterlin, 
published for Gesellschaft der 
Bibliophilen (Berlin: A. R. Meyer, 1921) 
provenance: gift of Elmar Seibel, 1985 
INSCRIPTION: numbered (13/250) on 
justification page 

L.85.2.73 a-e; lent by the Robert Gore 
Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 
California 





336 



337 





338 



339 



iKe^ppS :3 PS§|f 






340-1 





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340-3 



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Biittner 

1. Ixtaccihuatl, 1921 

Printed in green on yellow cover 

stock 

2V2 x 2 n /i6 in. (6.4 x 6.8 cm) 

Cover 

L.85.2.73a 

2. Untitled (pictographs), 1921 
3 7 /8 x 3V4 in. (9.8 x 8.3 cm) 
Inside front cover 

L. 85.2.73 b 

3. Untitled (erupting volcano), 1921 
3 15 /i6 x 3% in. (10.0 x 8.6 cm) 
Facing title page 

L. 85. 2. 73 c 

4. Untitled (cross and bones), 1921 
4 x 3% in. (10. 1 x 8.5 cm) 
Facing page 14 

L.85.2.73d 

5. Untitled (pictographs), 1921 
3 5 /s x 3 3 /i6 in. (9.2 x 8. 1 cm) 
Inside back cover 
L.85.2.73e 



93 



343 



344 



341 

Ehrliches Spiel! 1914 

(Honest play!) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i3 9 /i6 x io 13 /i6 in. (345 x 27.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 5 (1914): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/17 (as Biibbner) 

83.1.1404 c 

342 

Die Fahne im Feld, 1914 

(The flag in the field) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

13% x 10V16 in. (35.0 x 25.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 11 (1914): 2 

PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/20 

83.1.1410 b 

343 

Im Argonnen Wald, 1914 

(In the Argonne Forest) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

12% x 10% in. (31.5 x 26.3 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 42 (1915): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/32 

83.1.1440 b 

344 

Das Kaiserlied, 1914 

(The imperial anthem) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
15% x io 13 /i6 in. (39.0 x 27.4 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 18/19 (1914): 5 
PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/26 
83.1.1417 c 



Erich Biittner 

born 1889 Berlin 
died 1936 Freiburg 



94 



Biittner 



345 

Nach der Bescherung, 1914 

(After the distribution of Christmas 

presents) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

13 x n 13 /i6 in. (33.0 x 30.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 18/19 (1914): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/25 

83.1.1417 c 

346 

Nahkampf in der Champagne, 1914 

(Hand-to-hand fighting in Champagne) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

11% x g 15 /i6 in. (29.5 x 25.2 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 33 (1915): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/36 (as Heinrich 

Biittner) 

83.1.1431 d 

347 

Rast, 1914 

(Rest) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

ii u /i6 x 9 3 /i6 in. (29.7 x 23.4 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 12 (1914): 1 

PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/21 

83.1.1411 a 

348 

Reiterlied, 1914 

(Cavalry song) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

15V& x 10 in. (38.4 x 25.4 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 16 (1914): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/24 

83.1.1415 c 

349 

Sturm aufein Fort, 1914 

(Attack on a fort) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

n 7 /e x 9 13 /i6 in. (30.2 x 25.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 15 (1914): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/23 

83.1.1414 a 

350 

Uber Paris, 1914 

(Over Paris) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

13% x 9 13 /i6 in. (34.9 x 25.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 8 (1914): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/19 

83.1.1407 d 





345 



346 




349 



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350 




351 




354 







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352 




353 




355 



Biittner 



351 

Winterkampagne, 1914 

(Winter campaign) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

14 x 10V4 in. (35.5 x 26.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 14 (1914): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/22 

83.1.1413 b 

352 

Artillerie hinter Diinen, c. 1915 
(Artillery behind the dunes) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i5 3 /4 x n!/4 in. (40.0 x 28.5 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 21 (1915): 2 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/27 
83.1.1419 b 

353 

Der Dichter im Felde, 1915 
(Poet in the field) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
n 7 /i6 x 9V2 in. (29.0 x 24. 1 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 50 (1915): 3 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of 
lot 1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/33 
83.1.1448 c 

354 

Einberufen! 1915 

(Drafted!) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i2 3 /8 x 9'4 in. (31.5 x 23.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 35 (1915): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of 

lot 1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/30; Chipp 136 

83.1.1433 b 

355 

GeneralleutTiant von Ludendorff, 1915 
(Lieutenant General von Ludendorff) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
n 5 /i6 x io 5 /i6 in. (28.7 x 26.2 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 29 (1915): 1 
PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of 
lot 1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/18 (as Biissner) 
83.1.1427 a 

356 

Im Zeichen der Schippe, 1915 
(In the sign of the spade) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
n 7 /i6 x 8 n /i6 in. (29.0 x 22.0 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 40 (1915): 4 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of 
lot 1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/31 
83.1. 1438 d 



95 



356 



96 



Biittner 



357 

Mannschaftsessen, 1915 
(Soldiers' mess) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
8"/i6 x nVi in. (22.0 x 28.5 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 62 (1916): 2 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of 
lot 1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/35 
83.1.1459 b 

358 

Sudostlicher Kriegschauplatz in Berlin, 

1915 

(Southeastern theater of battle in 

Berlin) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i2 3 /i6 x g 13 /i6 in. (30.9 x 25.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 58 (1915): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of 

lot 1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/34 

83.1.1455 c 

359 

Wilhelm II, c. 1915 

(William 11) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

11 x g 9 /i6 in. (28.0 x 24.3 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 24 (1915): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of 

lot 1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/29; Chipp 135 

83.1.1422 a 

360 

Untitled (portrait of a man), c. 1915 
Lithograph on wove paper 
8'/8 x 6 7 /s in. (20.6 x 17.5 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 23 (1915): 1 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of 
lot 1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/28 
83.1.1421 a 

361 

Franz Werfel, 1918 

Lithograph on laid paper 

7% x 6V4 in. (194 x 15.9 cm) 

From Dasjunge Deutschland 1, no. 6 

(1918): following 188 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

83.1.1616 a 

362 

Hermann Essig, 1918 

Lithograph on laid paper 

7V4 x 6 in. (18.4 x 15.3 cm) 

From Dasjunge Deutschland 1, no. 6 

(1918): before 189 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

83.1.1616 b 





357 



358 





359 



361 





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HtvJ**'"' **'■>■ 



360 



Biittner 



97 






363 

Marja Leiko, 1918 

Lithograph on laid paper 

jVs x 5 5 /8 in. (18. 1 x 14.3 cm) 

From Dasjunge Deutschland 1, no. 8/9 

(1918): following 272 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

83.1.1618 a 

364 

"Seeschlacht" von Reinhard Goering 1, 

1918 

(Seeschlacht by Reinhard Goering 1) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

8 I5 /i6 x 7 7 /s in. (22.7 x 20.0 cm) 

From portfolio Dasjunge Deutschland: 

Phantasien uber die Auffuhrungen des 

Jahres 1917/18 (privately printed for the 

members of Das junge Deutschland, 

1918) 

PROVENANCE: Laurence McGilvery, 

La Jolla, California; purchased in 1978 

83.1.101 d 

365 

"Seeschlacht" von Reinhard Goering 2, 

1918 

(Seeschlacht by Reinhard Goering 2) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

8% x 7 7 /s in. (21.3 x 20.0 cm) 

From portfolio Das junge Deutschland: 

Phantasien uber die Auffuhrungen des 

Jahres 1917/18 (privately printed for the 

members of Das junge Deutschland, 

1918) 

provenance: Laurence McGilvery, 

La Jolla, California; purchased in 1978 

83.1.101 e 



98 



Campendonk 



Heinrich Campendonk 

born 1889 Krefeld 

died 1957 

Amsterdam, 

Netherlands 




366 

Halbaht mit Katze, 1912 

(Half-length nude with eat) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

10V2 x n 3 /i6 in. (26.7 x 28.4 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 134/135 

(1912): 201 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Engels 2 

83- 1- 139137 

367 

Halbfigur mit Tier, 1912 

(Half-length figure with animal) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

io 13 /i6 x 9% in. (27.4 x 24.8 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 140/141 

(1912): 239 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

reference: Engels 3 

83.1.1391.46 

368 

Tanzender Bauer, 1912 

(Dancing farmer) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

io"/i6 x g 15 /i6 in. (27.2 x 25.2 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 131 (1912): 177 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Engels 1 

83- 1-1391-34 

369 

Erscliaffung der Tiere, 1916 
(Creation of the animals) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
13x7% in. (33.0 x 19.7 cm) 
From Der Sturm 7, no. 5 (1916): 53 
provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
reference: Engels 17 
83.1.1393.11 

370 

Ex Libris I Herwarth Walden, c. 1916 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 7 /i6 x 3% in. (11.3 x 8.5 cm) 

From Der Sturm 6, no. 21/22 

(1916): 129 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Engels 5 

83.1.1392.35 




366 





367 





369 



Campendonk 



99 





372 




373 





375 




376 



371 

Knabenakt mit Fischen, 1916 
(Nude youth with fish) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
8Vi x 6V4 in. (21.0 x 15.9 cm) 
From Der Sturm 7, no. 5 (1916): 49 
provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
REFERENCE: Engels 18 
83.1.1393.10 

372 

Komposition mit Pferd, Reh und 

Hirsch, c. 1916 

(Composition with horse, doe, and stag) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9% x i2 5 /8 in. (24.8 x 32.0 cm) 

From Der Sturm 6, no. 23/24 

(1916): 139 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Engels 14 

83.1.1392.37 

373 

Komposition mit weiblichem Akt und 

Tieren, c. 1916 

(Composition with female nude and 

animals) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8 7 /8 x 11% in. (22.5 x 29.9 cm) 

From Der Sturm 7, no. 10 (1917): 113 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Engels 12 

83.1.1393.16 

374 

Liegender weiblicher Akt mit Blumen 
undBaumen,c. 1916 
(Reclining female nude with flowers and 
trees) 

Woodcut on wove paper 
7 7 /s x 6% in. (20.0 x 17. 1 cm) 
From Der Sturm 6, no. 21/22 (1916): 121 
provenance: Ex Libris, New York- 
purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Engels 10 

83.1.1392.32 

375 

Mdnnliche Halbfigur mit Kuh und 

Ziege, 1916 

(Half-length male figure with cow and 

goat) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

11 x 8 3 /i6 in. (27.9 x 20.8 cm) 

From Der Sturm 7, no. 12 (1917): 137 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Engels 19 

83.1.1393.18 

376 

Sitzende Frau mit Pferden, c. 1916 
(Seated woman with horses) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
5V8 x 7 3 /i6 in. (13.0 x 18.2 cm) 
From Der Sturm 7, no. 2 (1916): 13 
provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
REFERENCE: Engels 7 
83- 1- 1393-3 



100 



Campendonk 



377 

Sitzender weiblicher Akt mit Rehen und 

Hund, c. 1916 

(Seated female nude with deer and dog) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7'/i6 x 5V16 in. (17.9 x 12.9 cm) 

From Der Sturm 7, no. 3 (1916): 33 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Engels 11 

83.1.1393.6 

378 

Sitzendes Mddchen mit Hirsch, 1916 

(Seated girl with stag) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

12% x 10V16 in. (32.7 x 25.5 cm) 

From Der Sturm 7, no. 5 (1916): 55 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Engels l6 

83-1 1393-12 

379 

Tiere aufder Weide, 1916 
(Animals in the pasture) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
4 x 7% in. (10. 1 x 19.7 cm) 
From Der Sturm 8, no. 1 (1917): 5 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
REFERENCE: Engels 4 
83.1.1393.20 

380 

Der Tiger, c. 1916 

(The tiger) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9 13 /i6 x i2 5 /s in. (25.0 x 32.0 cm) 

From Der Sturm 6, no. 23/24 (1916): 

141 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Engels 15 

83.1.1392.38 

381 

Ziegenbock und Schafe, c. 1916 
(Billy goat and sheep) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
6 5 /i6 x 8V4 in. (16. 1 x 21.0 cm) 
From Der Sturm 7, no. 6 (1916): 61 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
REFERENCE: Engels 9 
83- 1- 1393- 13 

382 

Zwei Ziegen, 1916- 17 

(Two goats) 

Woodcut on slick wove paper 

4 x 7 I3 /i6 in. (10. 1 x 19.9 cm) 

From Herwarth Walden, ed., 

Expressionismus: Die Kunstwende 

(Berlin: Verlag der Sturm, 1918), p. 71 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 14 June 1972, part of lot 37 

REFERENCE: Engels 21 (this edition not 

cited) 

EXHIBITION: Guenther under 340 

83. 1.600 f 





377 




379 




380 



Campendonk 



101 




381 




382 




383 





384 



383 

Frosche und Schmetterling, 1917 

(Frogs and butterfly) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4% x 7 in. (12.0 x 17.8 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

1, no. 8 (1917); the center also has an 

impression from Der Sturm 8, no. 1 

(1917): 5 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (32/110) on 

justification page 

provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 

Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

REFERENCE: Engels 24 
EXHIBITION: Reed 283/2 
83.1.1092 b 

384 

Madchen mit Frbschen, 1917 

(Girl with frogs) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9 7 /i6 x 3 9 /i6 in. (24.0 x 9. 1 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

1, no. 8 (1917); the center also has im- 
pressions from the regular edition and 
from Der Stunn 8, no. 1 (1917): 7 
inscription: numbered (32/110) on 
justification page 

provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 
Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

REFERENCE: Engels 25 
EXHIBITION: Reed 283/28 
83.1.1092 a 

385 

Bauerngang, 1918 

(Peasants strolling) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3xg 3 /i6in. (7.7 x23.3 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

2, no. 4 (1918); the center also has an 
impression from Kurt Pfister, ed., 
Deutsche Graphiker der Gcgcnwart 
(Leipzig: Klinkhardt & Biermann, 
1920), pi. 18 

inscription: numbered (32/110) on 
justification page 

provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 
Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

REFERENCE: Engels 33 
EXHIBITION: Reed 283/3 
83.1.1114 b 



385 



102 



Campendonk 



386 

Frau mit Blume, 1918 
(Woman with flower) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
7V16 x 4% in. (18.0 x 12. 1 cm) 
From Die Biicherkiste 1, no. 8/10 
(1919): 101; the center also has 
impressions from Miinchner Blatter fiir 
Dichtung and Graphik 1, no. 5 (1919): 
79; Walter Schiirmeyer, Heinrich 
Campendonk (Frankfurt: Verlag 
Zinglers Kabinett, 1920), frontispiece; 
and the deluxe edition of Paul 
Westheim, Das Holzschnittbuch 
(Potsdam: Gustav Kiepenheuer Verlag, 
1921), following p. 176 
provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1975 
REFERENCE: Engels 32 
EXHIBITION: Reed 267 
83.1.1634 k 

387 

Interieur: Frau am Ofen, 1918 

(Interior: Woman at stove) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

8 x 7V2 in. (20.3 x 19.0 cm) 

From Der Weg 1, no. 1 (1919): 7 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1976 

reference: Engels 41 (this edition not 

cited) 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 305 

83.1.1213 d 

388 

Am Tisch sitzende Frau mit Katze und 

Fisch, 1919 

(Woman seated at table with cat and 

fish) 

Woodcut printed in dark brown on wove 

paper 

7 x 6'/s in. (17.7 x 15.6 cm) 

From Walter Schiirmeyer, Heinrich 

Campendonk (Frankfurt: Verlag 

Zinglers Kabinett, 1920), following p. 4; 

the center also has an impression from 

the deluxe edition of Miinchner Blatter 

fiir Dichtung und Graphik 1, no. 2 

(1919) 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

REFERENCE: Engels 42 

83.1.254 b 

389 

Sitzender Mann, 1919 

(Seated man) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

g'/i x 5'/s in. (23.5 x 13.0 cm) 

From Das Kunstblatt 3, no. 6 (1919) 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

REFERENCE: Engels 44 

EXHIBITION: Reed 283/29 

83.1.1140 a 




386 



388 





Campendonk 



103 




390 






390 

Zwei Akte im Boot vor Sternenhimmel, 

1919 

(Two nudes in a boat before a starry sky) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

4 n /i6 x 9 3 /i6 in. (11.9 x 23.3 em) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fur Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 11/12 (1919) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

PROVENANCE: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

REFERENCE: Engels 43 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 290 

8311333 a 

391 

Untitled (woman in cart), c. 1919 

Lithograph on laid paper 

3 9 /i6 x 5 15 /i6 in. (9.0 x 15.0 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fur Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 2 (1919): 18 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

provenance: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 290 

83.1.1324 b 

392 

Deo, 1920-21 

Woodcut with blue and green 

watercolor on japan paper 

13 x 7 7 /8 in. (33.0 x 20.0 cm) 

provenance: Sotheby's, London, 29 

April 1975, lot 16 

reference: Engels 50 

exhibition: Reed 171; Barton 54; 

Rigby 5 

M. 82. 288. 43 

393 

Landschaft mit Ziegen und Wildkatzen, 

1921 

(Landscape with goats and wildcats) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 x 7 in. (15.2 x 17.8 cm) 

From Georg Biermann, ed., Jahrhuch 

derjungen Kunst (Leipzig: Klinkhardt 

& Biermann, 1921), following p. 184 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

reference: Engels 48 

exhibition: Reed 320/1921.1 

83.1.799 c 



104 



Campendonk 



394 

Die Bettler, nach Brueghel, 1922 

(The beggars, after Brueghel) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

5 9 /i6 x 6 13 /i6 in. (14.2 x 17.3 em) 

From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe 11 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellsehaft, 1922); 

edition of 300; the center also has an 

impression from Julius Meier-Graefe, 

ed., Ganymed, vol. 4 (Munich: R. Piper 

& Co. , 1922), following p. 144 

inscription: signed, 1.1.; numbered 

(cxl/ccc) on cover 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

REFERENCE: Engels 62 

exhibition: Reed 317/25; Barton 55; 

Rigby 4 

M. 82. 288.378 c 



Josef Capek 395 

Untitled (standing figure), c. 1915 
born 1887 Hronov, Linoleum cut on wove paper 

Bohemia i3 9 /ie x g 5 /i6 in. (34.5 x 23.7 cm) 

From Dcr Sturm 6, no. 1/2 (1915): 5 
died 1945 provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

Bergen-Belsen purchased in 1982 

83.1.1392.16 

396 

Herbst, c. 1917 

(Autumn) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8Vt x 5% in. (20.9 x 14.6 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 1/2 (1918): 

11-12 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1528 c 

397 

Hlava zeny, c. igi8 

(Head of a woman) 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

4% x 3'/s in. (12.0 x 8.0 cm) 

From Czech periodical Cerven 1, no. 1 

(1918): 1 

provenance: gift of Dr. Paul Raabe, 

1985 

L. 85. 2. 50 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

398 

Kopf, c. 1918 

(Head) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5V8 x 4'/i6 in. (13.0 x 10.3 cm) 

From Die schone Raritat 2, no. 8 

(1918): 123 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 301 

83.1.1652 e 




394 




395 





396 




398 




401 




Caspar 



399 

Nacht, c. 1918 

(Night) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 5 /i6 x 3 7 /s in. (13.5 x 9.8 cm) 

From Die schone Raritdt 2, no. 9 

(1918): 141 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 301 

83.1.1653 c 

400 

Zigeunerin, c. 1918 

(Gypsy) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4V2 x 4V4 in. (11.5 x 10.8 cm) 

From Die schone Raritat 2, no. 8 

(1918): 113 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 301 

83.1.1652 a 

401 

Untitled (head of a woman), c. 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8'/i x 5 9 /i6 in. (20.9 x 14.2 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 39/40 (1918): 

507-8; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 80 g; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



105 



402 Ivan Cargo 
Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1929 

Linoleum cut on slick wove paper born 1898 Tolmin, 

8'/j x 6'/s in. (21.0 x 15.5 cm) Slovenia 

From Der Sturm 19, no. 11/12 

(1929): 349 died 1958 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; Ljubljana. 

purchased in 1982 Yugoslavia 

83-1-1397-13 

403 Karl Caspar 

Pieta, c. 1912 

Lithograph on wove paper born 1879 

10V16 x i2 15 /i6 in. (25.5 x 32.9 cm) Friedrichshafen 

From portfolio Sema (Munich: 

Delphin-Verlag, 1912) died 1956 

inscription: signed, l.r.; numbered Brannenburg 

(101/215) on justification page 

provenance: Karl & Faber, Munich, 

26-28 May 1977, part of lot 1475 

M. 82.288.383 a 



403 



Caspar 

404 

Kameraden, c. 1914 

(Comrades) 

Lithograph with orange watercolor on 

wove paper 

13% x 9 7 /8 in. (33.4 x 25.0 cm) 

From portfolio Kriegsbilderbogen 

Miinchner Kiinstler (Munich: 

Goltzverlag, [c. 1914]), pi. 10; the 

center has two impressions 

INSCRIPTION: initialed, l.r.; publisher's 

stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Christie's, London, 5 July 

1979, part of lot 178 

M. 82.288.381 g 

405 

Untitled (parade of soldiers), 1914 

Lithograph on wove paper 

5% x 4V2 in. (14.5 x 11.5 cm) 

From special edition of Zeit-Echo 1, no. 

5(1914): 61 

inscription: numbered (43) on table of 

contents 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 308 

83.1.1190 b 

406 

Untitled (falling soldier), c. 1915 
Lithograph on wove paper 
5% x 4% in. (14.6 x 12. 1 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 12 (1915): 173 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
exhibition: Reed under 308 
83.1.1197 a 

407 

Sommernachtstraum, c. 1917 
(A Midsummer Night's Dream) 
Lithograph on orange japan paper 
I4 15 /i6 x 10V4 in. (38.0 x 26.0 cm) 
From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 
(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 
from edition A (total edition of 200) 
inscription: signed, l.r.; numbered 
(xiv/l) on justification page; publisher's 
blind stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1972 
EXHIBITION: Reed 336/7 
M. 82.288.384.7 

408 

Gott Voter zeigt Adam das Parodies, 

c 1919 

(God the Father shows paradise to 

Adam) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

io 3 /i6 x 7 ] /i6 in. (25.8 x 18.0 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fur Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 11/12(1919): 165 

inscription: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

PROVENANCE: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 290 

83- 1- 1333 c 



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411 



410 





412 



409 

Johannes aufPatmos, c. 1919 

(Saint John on Patmos) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

9 7 /i6 x 8 7 /i6 in. (24.0 x 21.5 cm) 

From Genius 1, no. 1 (1919): following 

160 

provenance: M. J. Royer Bookshop, 

Los Angeles; purchased about 1970-72 

exhibition: Reed 275/3 

83.1.813 c 

410 

Untitled (Resurrection), c. 1919 

Lithograph on laid paper 

io 3 /i x 7 9 /i6 in. (27.3 x 19.2 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fur Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 1 (1919): 7 

inscription: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

provenance: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 290 

83.1.1323 d 

411 

Untitled (old man in landscape), c. 1919 

Lithograph on laid paper 

g'/2 x 7 5 /i6 in. (24. 1 x 18.6 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fiir Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 4 (1919): 55 

inscription: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

provenance: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 290 

83.1.1326 c 

412 

Untitled (head of a bearded man), 

c 1919 

Lithograph on laid paper 

8Ve x 5 9 /i6 in. (20.7 x 14.2 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fiir Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no- 5 (1919) 

inscription: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

PROVENANCE: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 290 

83.1.1327 a 

413 

Untitled (Saint Augustine and the 

Christ Child), c. 1919 

Lithograph on laid paper 

8% x 6 7 /ie in. (20.6 x 16.4 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fiir Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 6 (1919): 87 

inscription: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

provenance: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 290 

83.1.1328 c 



108 



Caspar 



Maria Caspar-Filser 

born 1878 
Riedlingen 

died 1958 
Brannenburg 



414 

Untitled (head of a woman), c. 1919 

Lithograph on laid paper 

7% x 6V$ in. (19.6 x 17.5 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fiir Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 7(1919): 103 

inscription: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

provenance: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 290 

83.1.1329 c 

415 

Untitled (figure with book), c. igig 

Lithograph on laid paper 

7% x 5 n /i6 in. (18.7 x 14.5 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fiir Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 10(1919): 149 

inscription: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

provenance: Richard Seewald: 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 290 

83.1.1332 b 

416 

Heimsuchung, c. 1920 

(The Visitation) 

Lithograph on heavy wove paper 

io 9 /i6 x 7V8 in. (26.8 x 18. 1 cm) 

From Kurt Pfister, ed. , Deutsche 

Graphiker der Gegenwart (Leipzig: 

Klinkhardt & Biermann, 1920), pi. 26; 

edition of 600 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 339 

83.1.171s 

417 

Kluge Jungfrau, c. 1924 

(Wise virgin) 

Lithograph printed in black and red on 

wove paper 

7 l A x 5% in. (18.4 x 14.3 cm) 

From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe in 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1924); 

edition of 100 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 

PROVENANCE: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

13-15 November 1979, part of lot 2779 

EXHIBITION: Reed 317/42 

M. 82. 288. 379 j 




414 






416 



417 



418 

Romische Landschaft, c. 1912 
(Roman landscape) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
6 7 /i6 x 8% in. (16.3 x 21.3 cm) 
From portfolio Sema (Munich: 
Delphin-Verlag, 1912) 
inscription: signed, l.r.; numbered 
(101/215) on justification page 
provenance: Karl & Faber, Munich, 
26-28 May 1977, part of lot 1475 
M. 82.288.383 b 




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420 




419 

Marsch durch ein brennendes Dorf, 

c. 1914 

(March through a burning village) 

Lithograph with pale orange watercolor 

on wove paper 

i3 7 /8 x n'/i6 in. (35.3 x 28.1 cm) 

From portfolio Kriegsbilderbogen 

Miinchner Kunstler (Munich: 

Goltzverlag, [c. 1914]), pi. 11 

INSCRIPTION: initialed, l.r.; publisher's 

stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Christie's, London, 5 July 

1979, part of lot 178 

M. 82. 288.381 h 

420 

Untitled (dead cavalrymen), 1914 
Lithograph on wove paper 
4 5 /i6 x 6V16 in. (11.0 x 15.4 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 1 (1914) 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
exhibition: Reed under 308 
83.1.1185 b 



421 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1928 

Linoleum cut on green cover stock 

2 7 /s x 3'/i in. (7.3 x 8.2 cm) 

From Der Sturm 19, no. 9 (1928): cover 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

§3' i- 1397-9 

422 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1928 

Linoleum cut on slick wove paper 

3V4 x 5 7 /ie in. (8.2 x 13.8 cm) 

From Der Sturm 19, no. 10 (1929): 343 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1397.12 

423 

Untitled (heads), c. 1929 
Linoleum cut on slick wove paper 
5 5 /ie x 6 13 /i6 in. (13.5 x 17.3 cm) 
From Der Sturm 19, no. 11/12 

(1929): 363 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83- 1-1397- 14 



Augusto Cernigoi 

born 1898 Trieste, 
Austria 




110 



Christophe 



Franz Christophe 424 

Das Mord im Kastanienwaldchen; oder, 
born 1875 Vienna, Die ereignislose Hochzeitsnacht 

Austria (The murder in the chestnut woods; or, 

The uneventful wedding night) 
Book with 6 color lithographs on laid 
paper 

Illustrations to story by Henry de Koch, 
no. 5 in the monographic series Der 
Venuswagen (Berlin: Fritz Gurlitt 
Verlag, 1919); total edition of 700 
inscription: signed and numbered 
(35/40) on justification page 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
EXHIBITION: Reed 415/5 
83. 1.807 a-f 

1. Untitled (man spying on bathing 
woman), 1919 

Printed in gold, green, pink, and 

black 

7 3 /i6 x 5 I5 /i6 in. (18.2 x 15. 1 cm) 

Before page 13 

83.1.807 a 

2. Untitled (murdered couple), 1919 
Printed in black, green, gold, pink, 
and brown 

7 3 /i6 x 5 15 /i6 in. (18.2 x 15.1 cm) 
Following page 16 
83.1.807 b 

3. Untitled (couple in boudoir), 1919 
Printed in black, green, pink, and 
red 

jVt x 6 in. (18.4 x 15.2 cm) 
Following page 20 
83.1.807 c 

4. Untitled (man behind woman), 

1919 

Printed in black, brown, rose, 

green, and yellow 

7 3 /i6 x 6 in. (18.3 x 15.2 cm) 

Following page 28 

83. 1.807 d 

5. Untitled (man assaulting woman), 

1919 

Printed in black, rose, yellow, and 

brown 

7'/s x 5 7 /8 in. (18. 1 x 14.9 cm) 

Following page 36 

83.1.807 e 

6. Untitled (skeleton, nude woman, 
and man with gun), 1919 
Printed in black, brown, green, and 
red 

yV* x 6 in. (18.5 x 15.2 cm) 
Following page 44 
83. 1.807 f 




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Das Buch Judith 

(The book of Judith) 

Book with 22 color lithographs on japan 

paper 

Illustrations to apocryphal text (Berlin: 

Pan-Presse, 1910); from edition of 60 on 

japan paper (total edition of 310) 

inscription: signed and numbered 

(14/60) on justification page 

provenance: Karl & Faber, Munich, 29 

November 1974, lot 926 

REFERENCE: Schwarz L54, I-XXII 

EXHIBITION: Reed 5 

83-1-53 a~ v 

1. Kriegerszene, 1910 
(Warrior scene) 

Printed in red, blue, and yellow 
5 3 /s x g'/j in. (13.6 x 23.5 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
REFERENCE: Schwartz L54, 1 
§3- 1-53 a 

Untitled (initial A), 1910 
Printed in blue and red 
4V2 x 4 l5 /i6 in. (11.5 x 12.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L54, II 
83.1.53 b 

Das Heer des Holofernes, 1910 
(The army of Holofernes) 
Printed in red, blue, and yellow 
7V4 x g'/s in. (18.4 x 23.2) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L54, III 
83.1.53 c 

Achior vor Holofernes, 1910 
(Achior before Holofernes) 
Printed in blue, red, and yellow 
io u /i6 x 9% in. (27. 1 x 24.5 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L54, IV 
83.1.53 d 

Die Agypter ertrinken im Meer, 
1910 

(The Egyptians drown in the sea) 
Printed in brown and green 
7 7 /s x 9'/i6 in. (20.0 x 23.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L54, IV 

83l-53e 

Untitled (marginal decoration), 

1910 

Printed in black and yellow 

i 9 /i6 x 9V16 in. (4.0 x 23. 1 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schwarz L54, VI 

83- 1-53 f 

Die Knechte des Holofernes 

ergreifen Achior, 1910 

(The servants of Holofernes seize 

Achior) 

Printed in blue, red, and yellow 

7% x 9V16 in. (20.0 x 23.0 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schwarz L54, VII 

83-1-53 g 



Lovis Corinth 

born 1858 Tapiau 

died 1925 
Zandvoort, 
Netherlands 



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8. 



Untitled (marginal decoration), 

1910 

Printed in red and yellow 
2V16 x 9 J /i6 in. (5.2 x 23.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L54, VIII 

83- 1-53 n 

9. Achior am Baume, hdngend, 1910 
(Achior hanged from a tree) 
Printed in blue, red, and yellow 
n!/8 x g'/s in. (28.2 x 23.2 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L54, IX 

83- 1-53 i 

10. Chambri und Charmi bei Judith, 

1910 

(Chambri and Charmi visiting 

Judith) 

Printed in blue and brown 

7V&X9 in. (19.0 x 22.9 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schwarz L54, X 

83153J 

11. Judith tasst sich von der Magd 
schmiicken, 1910 

(Judith being dressed by her maid) 
Printed in blue, red, and yellow 
io 13 /i6 x 9V4 in. (27.5 x 23.5 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L54, XI 
83.1.53 k 

12. Judith vor Holofernes, 1910 
(Judith before Holofernes) 
Printed in blue, red, yellow, and 
brown 

7 7 /i6 x 7%6 in. (18.9 x 19.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L54, XII 

83-1-531 

13. Judith im Zelte des Holofernes, 
1910 

(Judith in the tent of Holofernes) 

Printed in blue, red, brown, and 

yellow 

7V2 x g 5 /i6 in. (19. 1 x 23.7 cm) 

reference: Schwarz L54, XIII 

83.1.53 m 

14. Judith schlagt dem Holofernes das 
Haupt ab, 1910 

(Judith beheads Holofernes) 
Printed in red, green, and brown 
11V16 x 9 7 /i6 in. (28. 1 x 24.0 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L54, XIV A 
83.1.53 n 

15. Judith verlasst das Zelt, 1910 
(Judith leaves the tent) 
Printed in brown, blue, and black 
7 15 /i6 x 8 7 /s in. (20. 1 x 22.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L54, XV 
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16. Judiths Riickkehr, 1910 
(The return of Judith) 

Printed in red, blue, yellow, brown, 
and violet 

io u /i6 x 9V16 in. (27.2 x 23. 1 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L54, XVI 

83- 1-53 P 

17. Ein Engel, 1910 
(An angel) 

Printed in blue and yellow 
8% x g'/2 in. (20.9 x 24.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L54, XVII 

83-1-53 q 

18. Der Diener Bagoa vor dent Zelte 
des Holofernes, 1910 

(The servant Bagoa before the tent 

of Holofernes) 

Printed in blue and red 

7 7 /i6 x gVi6 in. (18.9 x 23. 1 cm) 

reference: Schwarz L54, xvm 

83-1-53 r 

19. Bagoa und die Feldherren vor der 
Leiche des Holofernes, 1910 
(Bagoa and the generals before the 
corpse of Holofernes) 

Printed in red, blue, brown, and 

yellow 

io 13 /ie x 9V6 in. (27.4 x 23.2 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 

REFERENCE: Schwarz L54, XIX 

83.1.53 s 

20. Der Kampf der Juden, 1910 
(The battle of the Jews) 
Printed in brown, red, and green 
7 7 /8 x 9 7 /i6 in. (20.0 x 24.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L54, xx 

83-1-53 1 

21. Untitled (marginal decoration), 

1910 

Printed in green, red, and brown 
2 x g 3 /i6 in. (5. 1 x 23.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L54, XXI 

83- 1-53 u 

22. Siegestanz, 1910 
(Dance of victory) 
Printed in red and green 
4 5 /8 x g'/i in. (11.8 x 23.5 cm) 
inscription: signed, l.r. 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L54, XXII 
83- 1-53 v 

426 

Frauenkopf, 1911 

(Head of a woman) 

Etching and drypoint on wove paper 

4% x 3V4 in. (12.0 x 8.3 cm) 

From Kunst und Kunstler 11, no. 5 

(1913): 238 

PROVENANCE: Erasmus, Amsterdam; 

purchased in 1975 

REFERENCE: Schwarz 55 

EXHIRITION: Reed under 286 

83.1.1242 r 



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427 

Ruhender weibliche Akt, 1911 
(Reclining female nude) 
Soft-ground etching on handmade 
paper 

4 15 /i6 x 6 7 /s in. (12.6 x 17.4 cm) 
From Zeitschrift fur bildende Kunst, 
n,s., 22, no. 3(1911): before 53 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 
REFERENCE: Schwarz 61 
83.1.965 c 

428 

Lesender Monch, 1916 

(Monk reading) 

Drypoint on thin laid paper 

jVi x i 7 /8 in. (18.6 x 4.8 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Fritz Gurlitt, 

ed., Das graphische Jahr (Berlin: Fritz 

Gurlitt Verlag, 1921), facing p. 10 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. ; numbered 

(xm/c) on justification page 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1974 

REFERENCE: Schwarz 294 

EXHIBITION: Reed 315/5 (1921) 

83.1.85 a 

429 

Fahtaff, c. 1917 

Etching and drypoint on japan paper 

io 9 /i6 x 8'/i6 in. (26.8 x 20.5 cm) 

From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 

from edition A (total edition of 200) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(xiv/l) on justification page; publisher's 

blind stamp, l.r. 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

reference: Schwarz 389 (as 1919) 

exhibition: Reed 336/11 

M. 82.288.384. 11 

430 

Kronung Heinrichs v, c. 1917 

(Coronation of Henry v) 

Drypoint on japan paper 

6 x io 9 /i6 in. (15.3 x 26.8 cm) 

From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 

from edition A (total edition of 200) 

inscription: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(xiv/l) on justification page; publisher's 

blind stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

REFERENCE: Schwarz 390 (as 1919) 

exhibition: Reed 336/30 

M. 82. 288. 384. 30 




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Selbstbildnis, 1918 

(Self-portrait) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

6% x 4V4 in. (16.0 x 10.8 cm) 

From Fritz Gurlitt, ed., Almanach auf 

dasjahr 1919 (Berlin: Fritz Gurlitt 

Verlag, 1919), facing p. 69 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 13-18 May 1974, part of lot 

4071 

REFERENCE: Schwarz L325 

EXHIBITION: Reed 315/1 (1919) 

83.1.82 b 

432 

Biblische Motive 

(Biblical scenes) 

Portfolio of 5 woodcuts on japan paper 
Published by Fritz Gurlitt Verlag, 
Berlin; from edition of 25 on japan 
paper, of which first 15 are numbered 
(total edition of 70) 
INSCRIPTION: each sheet signed, l.r.; 
numbered (Av) on justification page 
PROVENANCE: Karl & Faber, Munich, 29 
November 1974, lot 998 
REFERENCE: Schwarz H370-74 
exhibition: Reed 340; Barton 70 
83.i.3oa-e 

1. Der Siindenfall, 1919 
(The Fall of man) 

9 7 /s x 9 3 /i6 in. (25. 1 x 23.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz H370 
83.1.30 a 

2. Austreibung aus dem Parodies., 

1919 

(The expulsion from paradise) 
n 5 /i6 x i4 3 /i6 in. (28.7 x 36.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz H371 
83130 b 

3. "Im Schweisse deines Angesichtes" 

1919 

("By the sweat of your brow") 
i2 5 /s x 16 in. (32.1 x 40.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz H372 
83.1.30 c 

4. Brudermord, 1919 
(Cain and Abel) 

12% x I5 13 /i6 in. (32.0 x 40.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz H373 
83.1.30 d 

5. Christus am Kreuz, 1919 
(Christ on the cross) 

14%6 x n 15 /i6 in. (36.0 x 30.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz H374 
83. 1.30 e 



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433 

Selbstbildnis, 1919 

(Self-portrait) 

Drypoint on laid paper 

zVt x 2'/i6 in. (5.8 x 5.2 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Fritz Gurlitt, 

ed., Almanach auf das Jahr 1920 

(Berlin: Fritz Gurlitt Verlag, 1920), 

following p. 184 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (361/750) on 

justification page 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1971 

REFERENCE: Schwarz 375 

EXHIBITION: Reed 315/3 (1920) 

83.1.83 b 

434 

Der Venuswagen 

(The chariot of Venus) 

Book with 8 color lithographs on laid 

paper 

Illustrations to poem by Friedrich von 

Schiller, no. 1 in the monographic series 

Der Venuswagen (Berlin: Fritz Gurlitt 

Verlag, 1919); total edition of 700 

INSCRIPTION: signed and numbered 

(35/40) on justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

REFERENCE: Schwarz L383, I-VIII 

exhibition: Reed 415/1 

83.1.803 a-h 

1. Der Dichter, 1919 
(The poet) 

Printed in blue, yellow, red, and 
black 

6V16 x 8 ! /s in. (15.4 x 20.6 cm) 
Following title page 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L383, I 
Not as described in Schwartz 
(lacking inscription and with four, 
not three, colors) 
83.1.803 a 

2. Patsch! Patsch!, 1919 
(Smack! Smack!) 

Printed in brown, blue, and black 
9 15 /i6 x 8V4 in. (25.2 x 21.0 cm) 
Following page 12 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L383, II 
83.1.803 b 

3. Untitled (nude woman and bull), 

1919 

Printed in pink, black, blue, and 

yellow 

lO-Vie x 8 5 /s in. (25.9 x 21.9 cm) 

Following page 14 

REFERENCE: Schwarz L383, m 

Schwarz describes colors as blue, 

brown, and yellow 

83.1.803 c 

4. Untitled (nude woman and faun), 

1919 

Printed in black, brown, pink, and 

dark rose 

9 15 /i6 x 8V2 in. (25.2 x 21.6 cm) 

Following page 18 

REFERENCE: Schwarz L383, iv 

Schwarz describes colors as brown 

and yellow 

83.1.803 d 








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(Finger of Venus) 

Printed in pink, brown, and black 
9 13 /i6 x 8'/i6 in. (25.0 x 20.5 cm) 
Following page 20 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L383, V 
Schwarz describes colors as brown 
and blue 
83.1.8036 

6. Untitled (standing nude woman 
with crucifix), 1919 

Printed in black, blue, brown, and 

pink 

10 x 8 3 /i6 in. (25.4 x 20.8 cm) 

Following page 22 

REFERENCE: Schwarz L383, VI 

Schwarz describes colors as green 

and brown 

83. 1.803 f 

7. Inquisitia, 1919 
(Inquisition) 

Printed in black, pink, brown, and 
green 

loyw x 7 15 /i6 in. (25.8 x 20.2 Cm) 
Following page 24 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L383, vii 
Schwarz describes colors as brown, 
yellow, and green 
83.1.803 g 

8. Untitled (bacchanalian scene), 1919 
Printed in black, blue, brown, and 
pink 

loVs x 7% in. (25.7 x 19.6 cm) 
Following page 28 
reference: Schwarz L383, vm 
Schwarz describes colors as blue, 
brown, and red 
83.1.803 h 

435 

Weiblicher Studienkopf 1 , 1919 
(Study of a woman's head 1) 
Lithograph on japan paper 
8Vt x 5 n /i6 in. (21.0 x 14.5 cm) 
From deluxe edition of Fritz Gurlitt, 
ed., Almanach aufdasjahr 1920 
(Berlin: Fritz Gurlitt Verlag, 1920), 
facing title page; the center also has an 
impression from the regular edition 
INSCRIPTION: numbered (361/750) on 
justification page 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich: 
purchased in 1971 
reference: Schwarz L357 
EXHIBITION: Reed 315/2 (1920) 
83.1.83 a 



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436 

Anna Boleyn 

(Anne Boleyn) 

Book with 24 lithographs (1 in color) on 

soft wove paper 

Illustrations to narrative by Herbert 

Eulenberg (Berlin: Fritz Gurlitt Verlag, 

1920); from edition B of 125 (total 

edition of 175) 

inscription: signed on title page 

provenance: Laurence McGilvery, La 

Jolla, California; purchased in 1978 

REFERENCE: Schwarz L428, I-XXIV 

83.1.35 a-x 

1. Deckellithographie—Das englische 
Wappen, 1920 

(Cover lithograph— English coat of 

arms) 

Printed in red, blue, and yellow 

6 7 /s x 7'/i6 in. (17.5 x 18.0 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schwarz L428, I 

831.35 a 

2. Untitled (title page), 1920 
12% x g 13 /i6 in. (32.0 x 25.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L428, 11 
83.1.35 b 

3. Die vierzehn Nothelfer, 1920 
(The fourteen aides) 

7V2 x 10V4 in. (19.0 x 26.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L428, III 

831.35 c 

4. Turnierbild, 1920 
(Tournament) 

12% x g 13 /i6 in. (32.4 x 25.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L428, IV 
83- 1-35 d 

5. Anna Boleyn wahrend des Turniers, 
1920 

(Anne Boleyn during the 

tournament) 

12% x 9 3 /i6 in. (32.4 x 23.3 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schwarz L428, V 

83-!-35 e 

6. Turnier-Ritter, 1920 
(Tournament knight) 

I2 13 /i6 x 8'/8 in. (32.5 x 20.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L428, VI 

83- 1-35 f 

7. Vor dem Turnier, 1920 
(Before the tournament) 
12% x 9 5 /8 in. (32.0 x 24.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L428, vn 

83-1-35 g 

8. Heinrich VIII, 1920 
(Henry VIII) 

I2 13 /i6 x g 13 /i6 in. (32.5 x 25.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L428, VIII 
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9. Turnier-Studie, 1920 
(Tournament study) 

12% x 7% in. (32.3 x 19.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L428, IX 

83- 1-35 • 

10. Der Junker Norris, 1920 
(Squire Norris) 

i2 5 /s x 9 5 /s in. (32.0 x 24.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L428, X 

831-35J 

Alte Strasse in London, 1920 

(Old street in London) 

12% x 9 13 /i6 in. (32.0 x 25.0 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schwarz L428, XI 

83-1-35 h 

Heinrich VIII, 1920 

(Henry vm) 

12% x io 3 /i6 in. (32.0 x 25.8 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schwarz L428, XII 

83-1-351 

13. Der Bischof, 1920 
(The bishop) 

I2 s /s x 8"/i6 in. (32.0 x 22.0 cm) 
reference: Schwarz L428, xm 
83.1.35 m 

14. Westminster-Abtei, 1920 
(Westminster Abbey) 

12% x 9 13 /i6 in. (32.0 x 25.0 cm) 
reference: Schwarz L428, xiv 
83.1.35 n 

15. Turnier-Studie, 1920 
(Tournament study) 

12% x 9 in. (31.4 x 22.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L428, XV 

83-i-35° 

16. Turnierhof, 1920 
(Tournament court) 

12% x 9 13 /i6 in. (31.4 x 25.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L428. xvi 

83- 1-35 P 

17. Der Sanger Smeton, 1920 
(The singer Smeton) 

I2 13 /i6 x g 15 /i6 in. (32.5 x 25.2 cm) 
reference: Schwarz L428, XVII 

83- 1-35 q 

18. Anna Boleyn ah Mutter, 1920 
(Anne Boleyn as mother) 

12% x 9 13 /i6 in. (32.4 x 25.0 cm) 
reference: Schwarz L428, xvm 
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19. Norfolk, 1920 

i2 5 /s x 9 7 /i6 in. (32.0 x 24.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L428, XIX 
83- 1-35 s 

20. Anna Boleyn und Norris, 1920 
(Anne Boleyn and Norris) 
12V16 x 9^16 in. (31.6 x 25.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L428, XX 

83- 1-35' 

21. Heinrich vm, 1920 
(Henry vm) 

i2 3 /i6 x 9 15 /i6 in. (31.0 x 25.2 cm) 
reference: Schwarz L428, XXI 

83-1-35" 

22. Turnierkampf, 1920 
(Jousting) 

i2 3 /4 x 9 13 /i6 in. (32.4 x 25.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L428, XXII 

83- 1-35 v 

23. Kronungszug, 1920 
(Coronation procession) 

i2 5 /8 x 9 13 /w in. (32.0 x 25.0 cm) 
reference: Schwarz L428, XXIII 
83. i-35 w 

24. Anna Boleyn und der Henker, 1920 
(Anne Boleyn and the executioner) 
i2 7 /8 x io'/i6 in. (32.7 x 25.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L428, XXIV 
83-1-35 * 

437 

Des Kunstlers Schwiegermutter, 1920 

(The artist's mother-in-law) 

Drypoint on thin laid paper 

5'/i x 4'/i in. (13.5 x 11.0 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Fritz Gurlitt, 

ed., Das graphische Jahr (Berlin: Fritz 

Gurlitt Verlag, 1921), following p. 36 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(xiii/c) on justification page 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1974 

REFERENCE: Schwarz 411 (this edition 

not cited) 

exhibition: Reed 315/1 (1921) 

(incorrectly cited as Mdnnliches Bildnis) 

83.1.85 b 

438 

lm Tiergarten, ig20 

(In the Tiergarten) 

Drypoint on Van Gelder Zonen paper 

5V8 x y l A in. (13. 1 x 18. 1 cm) 

From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe 1 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1921); 

from edition of 200 (total edition of 

i-35o) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

REFERENCE: M filler 471 

EXHIBITION: Reed 317/16 

M. 82. 288. 377 m 





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439 

Martin Luther 

Book with 40 lithographs on handmade 

paper 

Illustrations to text by Tim Klein 

(Berlin: Fritz Gurlitt Verlag, 1920-21) 

inscription: signed on title page, l.r.; 

signed and numbered (lxxxi/cl) on 

justification page 

provenance: Laurence McGilvery, 

La Jolla, California; purchased in 1978 

REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, 1-IL 

8 3-i-37 a - nn 

1. Untitled (cover), 1920 
Printed in black, red, blue, and 
yellow 

g'/4 x g 13 /i6 in. (23.5 x 25.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, I 
Reverse copy of 1521 woodcut by 
Hans Baldung Grien 
83.1.37 a 

2. Untitled (title page), 1920 
12% x 9 13 /i6 in. (32.0 x 25.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, II 
Same image as cover 
83.1.37 b 

3. Luthers Vater, 1920 
(Luther's father) 

io'/j x 7V16 in. (26.0 x 18.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, III 
Copy of 1527 painting by Lucas 
Cranach the Elder 
83.1.37 c 

4. Luthers Mutter, 1920 
(Luther's mother) 

9 T /i6 x 7V16 in. (24.0 x 18.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, IV 
Copy of 1527 painting by Lucas 
Cranach the Elder 
83. 1.37 d 

5. Frau Ursula Cotta zu Eisenach, 
1920 

(Frau Ursula Cotta at Eisenach) 
i2 3 /i6 x 9 13 /i6 in. (31.0 x 25.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, V 
83. 1.37 e 

6. Luther geht ins Kloster, 1920 
(Luther enters the cloister) 
i2 5 /8 x 9 13 /i6 in. (32.0 x 25.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, VI 

83- 1-37 f 

7. Luther im Kloster, 1920 
(Luther in the cloister) 

12% x 9 13 /i6 in. (31.5 x 25.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, VII 

83-1-37 g 

8. Versuchung-Tentatio, 1920 
(Temptation) 

i2 5 /s x ioVi6 in. (32.0 x 25.5 cm) 
reference: Schwarz L444, VIII 
83. 1.37 h 

9. Antichrist, 1920 

12% x lo'/ie in. (31.5 x 25.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, IX 

83- 1-37 i 

10. Ablasshandel, 1920 
(Selling of indulgences) 

12% x io'/i6 in. (31.5 x 25.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, X 
83- 1-37 J 



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11. Uberfall aufTetzel, 1920 
(Raid on Tetzel) 

\o?h x io'/i6 in. (31.5 x 25.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, XI 
83.1.37 k 

12. Bruder Martin, 1920 
(Brother Martin) 

8V2 x 4'%6 in. (21.6 x 12.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, XII 

831-371 

13. Die fiinfundneunzig Thesen, 1920 
(The ninety-five theses) 

12% x g 13 /i6 in. (32.0 x 25.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, XIII 
83.1.37 m 

14. Karl v, Philipp von Hessen und 
Georg von Frundsberg, 1920 
(Charles v, Philipp von Hessen, and 
Georg von Frundsberg) 

i3 3 /i6 x g 13 /i6 in. (33. 5 x 25.0 cm) 
reference: Schwarz L444, XI v 
83. 1.37 n 

15. Kaiser Maximilian I, 1920 
(Emperor Maximilian 1) 
12% x 10 in. (32.0 x 25.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, XV 
Copy of 1518 woodcut by Hans 
Burgkmair 

83.1.370 

16. Kurfiirst Friedrich der Weise, 1920 
(Elector Frederick the Wise) 

6'/s x 5% in. (15.5 x 15.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, xvi 
Copy of 1524 engraving by Albrecht 
Diirer 

§3- 1-37 P 

17. Erasmus von Rotterdam, 1920 
(Erasmus of Rotterdam) 

7V16 x 6 5 /i6 in. (18.0 x 16.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, XVII 

83-1-37 q 

18. Luther verbrennt die Bannbulle, 
1920 

(Luther burns the bull of 

excommunication) 

I2 13 /i6 x 9 13 /i6 in. (32.5 x 25.0 cm) 

reference: Schwarz L444, xvm 

83-i-37r 

19. Luthers Einzug in Worms, 1920 
(Luther's entry to Worms) 
I2 13 /i6 x 9% in. (32.5 x 24.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, XIX 
83.1.37 s 





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20. Luther unci Frundsberg, 1920 
(Luther and Frundsberg) 
I2 13 /i6 x g 13 /i6 in. (32. 5 x 25.0 cm) 

REFERENCE: SchwarZ L444, XX 

83- 1-37* 

21. Lucas Cranach, 1920 

8Vb x 7 7 /s in. (22.5 x 20.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: SchwarZ L444, XXI 
After 1550 painting by Lucas 
Cranach the Younger 
83.1.37 u 

22. Ulrich von Hutten, 1920 
i2 9 /i6 x g 7 /i6 in. (32.0 x 24.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: SchwarZ L444, XXII 
83.1.37 V 

23. Der Uberfall bet Eisenach, 1920 
(The raid near Eisenach) 

12% x 10V16 in. (31.5 x 25.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: SchwarZ L444, XXIII 
83. 1.37 w 

24. Durer, 1920 

lo'/s x 7V2 in. (25.7 x 19. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: SchwarZ L444, XXIV 
After self-portrait by Albrecht 
Durer 
83.1.37 x 

25. Teufehspuk, 1920 
(The devil's spook) 

I2 13 /i6 x g 13 /i6 in. (32.5 x 25.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, XXV 

83-1-37 y 

26. ImschwarzenBarenzuJena, 1920 
(At the Black Bear in Jena) 

12% x io'/i6 in. (31.5 x 25.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, XXVI 
83. 1.37 z 

27. Hans Sachs, 1920 

8Vt x 8 5 /s in. (21.0 x 22.0 cm) 
reference: Schwarz L444, XXVII 
Copy of 1545 woodcut by Hans 
Brosamer 
83. 1.37 aa 

28. Luther und Catharina von Bora, 
1920 

(Luther and Catharina von Bora) 
12%6 x 9 13 /i6 in. (32.0 x 25.0 cm) 
reference: Schwarz L444, XXVIII 
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29. Einefeste Burg, 1920 
(A fortified town) 

i2 9 /i6 x g 13 /i6 in. (32.0 x 25.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, XXIX 
83. 1.37 cc 

30. Die Bibel, 1920 
(The Bible) 

i2 9 /i6 x g 13 /i6 in. (32.0 x 25.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, XXX 
83. 1.37 dd 

31. Luther und sein Barbier, 1920 
(Luther and his barber) 

i2 9 /i6 x g 13 /i6 in. (32.0 x 25.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, XXXI 
83. 1.37 ee 

32. Luther und der Legat Vergerio, 
1920 

(Luther and the papal legate 

Vergerio) 

i2 9 /i6 x 9 u /i6 in. (32.0 x 24.7 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, XXXII 

83. 1.37 ff 

33. Luther und Cranach, 1920 
(Luther and Cranach) 

i2 9 /i6 x 9 n /i6 in. (32.0 x 24.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, XXXIII 

83- 1-37 gg 

34. Joaehim 1 von Brandenburg, 1920 
(Joachim I of Brandenburg) 

5 '/a x 6% in. (14.0 x 17.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, xxxiv 
Copy of painting by Lucas Cranach 
the Younger 
83. 1.37 hh 

35. Kaiser Karl V, 1920 
(Emperor Charles v) 

6Vi6 x 6 n /i6 in. (15.5 x 17.0 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, XXXV 

Copy of 1531 engraving by Barthel 

Beham 

83.1.37 ii 
3$. Dr. Martin Luther, 1920 

1 1 x g'/i in. (28.0 x 23.5 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, xxxvi 

Copy of woodcut by Lucas Cranach 

the Elder 

8.31-37JJ 
37. Luther errettet Melanchthon vom 

Tode, 1920 

(Luther saves Melanchthon from 

death) 

12% x ioV4 in. (31.5 x 26.0 cm) 

REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, xxxvn 

83. 1.37 kk 




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38. Magdalenchens Sterben, 1920 
(Magdalenchens death) 

i2 7 /s x 9 13 /i6 in. (32.7 x 25.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, XXXVIII 
83. 1.37 11 

39. Luthers Tod, 1920 
(The death of Luther) 

i2 5 /i6 x g 7 /8 in (315 x 25.2 cm) 
reference: Schwarz L444, xxxix 
83.1.37 mm 

40. Bitter Jorg, 1920 
(Sir Jorg) 

12% x 9 13 /i6 in. (32.4 x 25.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Schwarz L444, IL 
83. 1.37 nn 

440 

Selbstbildnis, 1920 

(Self-portrait) 

Lithograph on heavy wove paper 

12% x qVb in. (31.5 x 23.5 cm) 

From Kurt Pfister, ed. , Deutsche 

Graphiker der Gegenwart (Leipzig: 

Klinkhardt & Biermann, 1920), pi. 1; 

edition of 600 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

reference: Schwarz L409 

exhibition: Reed under 339 

83.1.171a 

441 

Selbstbildnis, 1920 

(Self-portrait) 

Drypoint on copperplate paper 

4% x 3V4 in. (11. 1 x 8.2 cm) 

From Lovis Corinth and Wilhelm 

Hausenstein, Von Corinth und iiber 

Corinth: Bei den Corinthern (Leipzig: 

E. A. Seemann, 1920), frontispiece 

inscription: signed, below; numbered 

(10/100) on justification page 

provenance: M. J. Royer, Los Angeles; 

purchased in 1972 

reference: not in Schwarz or Muller 

83.1.54 a 

442 

Die Vertreibung aus dem Parodies, 

1920-21 

(The expulsion from paradise) 

Lithograph printed in black, yellow, 

blue, and pink on handmade paper 

I3 n /i6 x 12V2 in. (34.8 x 31.8 cm) 

From portfolio Im Paradies (Leipzig: 

E. A. Seemann, [c. 1921]); edition of 

100 

inscription: signed, l.r. 

REFERENCE: Muller 545 

M. 86. 360. 3; gift of Rabbi Wm. Kramer 



126 



Corinth 



443 

Wallensteins Lager 

(Wallenstein's camp) 
Book with 6 etchings on J. W. Zanders 
paper 

Illustrations to play by Friedrich von 
Schiller (Berlin: Hans Heinrich Tillgner 
Verlag, 1922); total edition of 300 
INSCRIPTION: each sheet signed, l.r. ; 
numbered (13/20) on justification page 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 13-18 May 1974, lot 4158 
REFERENCE: Muller 809- 14 
83.1.56 a-f 

1. Untitled (title page), 1922 
io'/i6 x 8'/s in. (25.5 x 20.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Miiller 809 
83.1.56 a 

2. "Vater, es wird nicht gut 
abuiufen, bleiben wir von dem 
Soldatenliaufen" 1922 
("Father, it won't turn out well. 
Let's stay away from that bunch of 
soldiers") 

lo'/ie x 8Vi6 in. (25.5 x 20.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Miiller 810 
83.1.56 b 

3. "Was der Blitz! Das Lttja die Gustel 
von Blasewitz" 1922 

("Oh my goodness! Well, that's 
Gustel of Blasewitz") 
io 3 /i6 x 8 3 /i6 in. (25.8 x 20.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Muller 812 
83.1.56 c 

4. "Einer Dime sckon Gesicht muss 
allgemein sein wie's Sonnenlicht" 
1922 

("The beautiful face of a maiden 
must be as common as sunlight") 
10V16 x 8 3 /i6 in. (25.6 x 20.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Miiller 811 
83.1.56 d 

5. Kapuziner predigt, 1922 
(Capuchin preaching) 

10V16 x 8 3 /i6 in. (25.6 x 20.8 cm) 

REFERENCE: Miiller 813 

83. 1.56 e 

6. "Wohl auf, Kamraden, aufs Pferd, 
aufs Pferd! Ins Feld, in die Freiheit 
gezogen!" 1922 

("Come on, comarades, to the 
horses, to the horses! Into the field 
for freedom!") 

io'/i6 x 8'/8 in. (25.6 x 20.6 cm) 
REFERENCE: Muller 814 
83.1.56 f 




443-1 




443-3 




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443-4 




443-5 



443-6 



Corinth 



127 




444 







446-1 




446-3 




445 




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446-2 




444 

Alice Berend, 1923 

Lithograph on laid paper 

7 7 /s x 7% in. (20.0 x 18.8 cm) 

From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe ill 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1924) 

inscription: signed, l.r. ; numbered 

(66/100) on portfolio cover 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

13-15 November 1979, part of lot 2779 

REFERENCE: Mfiller 684 

exhibition: Reed 317/41 (M filler 

number not cited) 

M. 82. 288. 379 a 

445 

Hanna bringt ihren Sohn Samuel zu Eli, 

1923 

(Hannah presents her son Samuel to 

Eli) 

Lithograph printed in black, pink, blue, 

and light green on japan paper 

4V2 x 6% in. (11.4 x 17.2 cm) 

From portfolio Saul und David (Berlin: 

Propylaen-Verlag, 1923); edition of 50 

(total edition of 300) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 

reference: Mfiller 747 

M. 86. 360. 2; gift of Rabbi Wm. Kramer 

446 

Die Rauber 

(The robbers) 

Book with 12 lithographs on wove paper 
Illustrations to play by Friedrich von 
Schiller (Hellerau: Verlag Avalun, 1923) 
INSCRIPTION: signed and numbered 
(147/280) on justification page 
provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 
Ketterer, Munich, 25 November 1974, 

lot 357 

REFERENCE: Mfiller 797-808 

exhibition: Reed 331 

83.1.578-1 

1. Untitled (title page), 1923 
8 7 /i6 x 5 15 /i6 in. (21.5 x 15.0 cm) 
inscription: signed, l.r. 
REFERENCE: Mfiller 797 
83.1.57 a 

2. Kopfstiick zum ersten Akt, 1923 
(Headpiece to first act) 

4 5 /i6 x 5 15 /i6 in. (11.0 x 15.0 cm) 
Page 13 

REFERENCE: Mfiller 798 

83.1.57 b 

3. Franz und der alte Moor, 1923 
(Franz and the old Moor) 
9 7 /i6 x 7 in. (24.0 x 17.7 cm) 
Page 15 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
REFERENCE: Mfiller 799 
83.1.57C 

4. Kopfstiick zum zweiten Akt, 1923 
(Headpiece to second act) 

4'/2 x 6 in. (11.4 x 15.2 cm) 
Page 34 

REFERENCE: Mfiller 800 
83. 1.57 d 



128 



Corinth 



Othon Coubine 



born 1883 
Boskovice, Moravia 



died 1969 
Marseilles, France 



446 (continued) 

5. Hermanns liigenhafter Bericht, 

1923 

(Hermann's fabricated report) 

9 7 /i6 x 7 in. (24.0 x 17.7 cm) 

Page 41 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 

REFERENCE: Miiller 801 

83. 1.57 e 

6. Kopfstiick zum dritten Akt, 1923 
(Headpiece to third act) 

4 7 /ie x 6 in. (11.2 x 15.2 cm) 

Page 58 

REFERENCE: Miiller 802 

83- 1-57 f 

7. Rast Sommerabend, 1923 
(Summer evening rest) 
9 5 /s x 7 in. (24.5 x 17.8 cm) 
Page 62 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
REFERENCE: Miiller 803 

83-1-57 g 

8. Kopfstiick zum vierten Akt, 1923 
(Headpiece to fourth act) 

4V2 x 6 7 /i6 in. (11.5 x 16.3 cm) 
Page 69 

REFERENCE: Miiller 804 
83.1.57 h 

9. Karl Moor und sein Voter, 1923 
(Karl Moor and his father) 
8 n /i6X 6 in. (22.1 x 15.2 cm) 
Page 85 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
REFERENCE: Miiller 805 

83-1-571 

10. Kopfstiick zum fiinften Akt, 1923 
(Headpiece to fifth act) 

4 7 /i6 x 6 in. (11.2 x 15.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Miiller 806 
Page 90 

83- 1-57 J 

11. Karl hat Amalien getotet, 1923 
(Karl killed Amalien) 

9 7 /i6 x 7V16 in. (24.0 x 18.0 cm) 
Page 101 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
REFERENCE: Miiller 807 

83.1.57 k 

12. Schlussbild, 1923 
(Endpiece) 

9 7 /i6 x 7 in. (24.0 x 17.8 cm) 
Page 105 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
REFERENCE: Miiller 808 

83-1-57! 



447 

Untitled (flowers), c. 1914 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6% x 8 in. (17. 1 x 20.4 cm) 

From Der Sturm 5, no. 2 (1914): 9 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1391.82 





446-7 






446-6 







446-8 




446-10 




446-12 



446-11 



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129 






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450 




448 

Untitled (figure), c. 1914 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6% x 8 in. (16.8 x 20.3 cm) 

From Der Sturm 5, no. 3 (1914): 17 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1391.83 

449 

Madchenkopf, 1923 

(Head of a girl) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

8 7 /i6 x 6 in. (21.5 x 15.2 cm) 

From Georg Biermann, ed.,]ahrbuch 

derjungen Kunst (Leipzig: Klinkhardt 

6 Biermann, 1923), frontispiece 
PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed 320/1923. 1 
83.1.801 a 

450 

Der Trdger, c. 1923 

(The carrier) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

7 x 4 u /i6 in. (17.8 x 11.9 cm) 

From Das Querschnittbuch 1923, intro. 
by H. von Wedderkop (Frankfurt am 
Main: Querschnitt-Verlag, 1923), 
following p. 102 

inscription: numbered (86/400), p. iv 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83.1.517 c 



453 



451 

Das Bildnis des Dichters Theodor 
Daubler, c. 1921 

(Portrait of the poet Theodor Daubler) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
n 7 /8 x g 7 /i6 in. (30.2 x 23.9 cm) 
From Kiindung 1, no. 11/12 (1921) 
PROVENANCE: Galerie Wolfgang 
Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 
part of lot 1154 
exhibition: Reed under 282 
83.1.1061 1 

452 

Der Blinde, c. 1921 

(The blind man) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8"/i6 x g 15 /i6 in. (22.0 x 25.2 cm) 

From Kiindung 1, no. 11/12 (1921) 

provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 

Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 

part of lot 1154 

exhibition: Reed under 282 

83.1.1061 i 

453 

Mannlicher Kopf, c. 1921 
(Head of a man) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
12V2 x qVk in. (31.7 x 23.1 cm) 
From Kiindung 1, no. 9/10 (1921) 
provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 
Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 
part of lot 1154 
exhibition: Reed under 282 
83.1.1060 d 



Charles Crodel 



born 1894 
Marseilles. France 



died 1973 Munich 



130 



Henri-Edmond Cross 



born 1856 Douai 
France 



died 1910 
Saint-Clair, France 



Martha Cunz 



born 1876 Saint 
Gall, Switzerland 



Crodel 



454 

Weiblicher Kopf, c. 1921 

(Head of a woman) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

i2 7 /8 x 8 13 /i6 in. (32.7 x 22.4 cm) 

From Kiindung 1, no. 11/12 (1921) 

provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 

Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 

part of lot 1154 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 282 

83.1.1061 h 

455 

Untitled (landscape), 1924 

Lithograph printed in tan, green, and 

black on wove paper 

6 7 /i6 x 8 u /i6 in. (16.4 x 22.0 cm) 

From Georg Biermann, ed.,Jahrbuch 

derjungen Kunst (Leipzig: Klinkhardt 

& Biermann, 1924), before p. 419 

provenance: Galerie Nierendorf, 

Berlin: purchased in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed 320/1924.4 

83. 1.802 d 



456 

In den Champs-Elysees, c. 1898 
(On the Champs Elysees) 
Lithograph printed in light blue, dark 
blue, yellow, green, and red on chine 
volant paper 

7 15 /i6 x 10V4 in. (20.2 x 26. 1 cm) 
From Pan 4, no. 1 (1898): following 60 
provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 
REFERENCE: Compin, p. 338; 
Dennerlein 1970 
83- 1- 1356 e 



457 

Blick aufSankt Callen, c. 1906 

(View of Saint Gall) 

Woodcut printed in gray, green, and 

reddish brown on wove paper 

6 5 /8 x g 7 /i6 in. (16.9 x 23.9 cm) 

From Zeitschrift fur bildende Kunst, 

n.s., 17, no. 5(1906): before 109 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 

83.1.964 d 




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454 





455 





458-1 



458-2 





458-3 



458-4 



Czeschka 



131 




458-5 




458-7 




458-9 





458-6 




458-8 




458-10 




458 

Kalendar 1904 gezeichnet von Czeschka 

(Calendar for 1904 designed by 

Czeschka) 

Book with 12 color lithographs on wove 

paper 

Each: 6'/j X 5% in. (15.9 x 14.9 cm) 

Published by Buch und Steindruckerei 

Christoph Reissers Sohne, Vienna, 1904 

provenance: Warrack & Perkins, 

Enstone, Oxfordshire; purchased in 

1975 
83.1.583-1 

1. Janner, c. 1903 
(January) 

Printed in blue and black 
83.1.58 a 

2. Februar, c. 1903 
(February) 

Printed in rust, blue, and black 
83.1.58 b 

3. Marz, c. 1903 
(March) 

Printed in rust, blue, and black 
83.1.58 c 

4. April, c. 1903 
Printed in blue and rust 
83.1.58 d 

5. Mai, c. 1903 
(May) 

Printed in blue and black 
83. 1.58 e 

6. Juni, c. 1903 
(June) 

Printed in blue and black 
83. 1.58 f 

7. Juli, c. 1903 

(My) 

Printed in rust, blue, and black 
83. 1.58 g 

8. August, c. 1903 

Printed in rust, blue, and black 
83. 1.58 h 

9. September, c. 1903 

Printed in rust, blue, and black 
831581 

10. October, c. 1903 

Printed in rust, blue, and black 
83. 1.58 j 

11. November, c. 1903 

Printed in rust, blue, and black 
83.1.58 k 

12. Dezember, c. 1903 
(December) 

Printed in blue and black 
83.1.58! 



Carl Otto Czeschka 

born 1878 Vienna, 
Austria 

died 1960 Hamburg 



458-12 



132 



Czeschka 



459 

Die Nibelungen: Dem ileutschen Volke 

wiedererzahlt 

(The Nibelungen legend: Retold to the 

German people) 

Book with 8 two-page color lithographs 

on wove paper 

Each: 5V4 x 4 u /i6 in. (13.3 x 11.9 cm) 

Illustrations to text by Franz Keim, no. 

22 in the monographic series Gerlachs 

Jugendbiicherei (Vienna and Leipzig: 

Verlag Gerlach & Wiedling, [1908-9?]) 

provenance: Kaiser Wilhelm II (ex 

libris, cover); Kaiser Wilhelm Kinder- 

heim, Ahlbeck (stamp); Hans Bolliger, 

Zurich; purchased in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed 39 

83-1-59 a-p 

1. Untitled (woman dreaming of 
birds), c. 1905 

Printed in blue, black, and gold 
Pages 8-9 
83.1.59 a, b 

2. Untitled (four knights and 
drawbridge), c. 1905 

Page 14 printed in blue, black, red, 

and gold 

Page 15 printed in blue and black 

83- 1-59 C d 

3. Untitled (cavalry with banners), 
c. 1905 

Printed in blue, black, and gold 
Pages 22-23 
83. 1.59 e, f 

4. Untitled (sailing ship), c. 1905 
Page 30 printed in black and gold 
Page 31 printed in blue, black, and 
gold 

83. 1.59 g, h 

5. Untitled (group of eleven figures), 

c 1905 

Page 38 printed in black and gold 

Page 39 printed in blue, black, and 

gold 

83-i-59i. J 

6. Untitled (four figures), c. 1905 
Printed in blue, black, and gold 
Pages 46-47 

83.1.59 k, 1 

7. Untitled (man near sleeping 
figures; man on ledge), c. 1905 
Page 54 printed in blue, black, and 
gold 

Page 55 printed in black and gold 

8 3- 1-59 m. n 

8. Untitled (battle scene), c. 1905 
Printed in red, black, and gold 
Pages 62-63 

83.1.590, p 




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133 




460 

Am Bache, 1919 

(By the brook) 

Woodcut in black and gray on yellowish 

laid paper 

12% x i8'/z in. (32.5 x 47.0 cm) 

provenance: Karl & Faber, Munich, 

26-28 May 1977, lot 1154 

M. 82.288.44 







134 



Danziger 




Ludwig Danziger 461 

Hinter der Front in Polen, 1915 
born 1874 Luban, (Behind the lines in Poland) 

Poland Lithograph on wove paper 

i6 7 /s x 10 in. (43.0 x 25.4 cm) 
died 1924 From Kriegszeit, no. 49 (1915): 2 

Charlottenburg provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

83.1.1447 b 



Heinrich Maria 462 

Davringhausen Karamasoff: Neun Steinzeichnungen 

(Karamazov: Nine lithographs) 

born 1894 Aachen Portfolio of 9 lithographs on handmade 

paper 

died 1970 Published by Goltzverlag, Munich, 

Cagnes-sur-Mer, 1920 

France inscription: signed and numbered 

(30/120) on justification page 
provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 2-7 June 1977, lot 358 
83.i.25a-i 

1. Untitled (monk in spotlight), c. 1920 
i6'/j x 10 in. (413 x 25.4 em) 
83.1.25 a 

2. Untitled (man seated at desk), 
c. 1920 

i3'/2 x li'/s in. (34.3 x 28.3 cm) 
83.1.25 b 

3. Untitled (man standing at window), 
c. 1920 

i3 15 /ie x 9% in. (35.4 x 24.5 cm) 
83.1.25 c 

4. Untitled (chair and doorway), 
c. 1920 

i2 3 /ie x 9'/j in. (31.0 x 23.5 cm) 
83. 1.25 d 

5. Untitled (wintry landscape), c. 1920 
I3 u /i6 x g'/i in. (34. 8 x 23.2 cm) 

83. 1.25 e 

6. Untitled (woman seated on bed), 
c. 1920 

I2 13 /i6 x 9% in. (32.6 x 23.8 cm) 
83.1.25 f 

7. Untitled (woman at piano), c. 1920 
13 x 9V4 in. (33.0 x 23.5 cm) 

831-258 

8. Untitled (man standing under 
skylight), c. 1920 

15'/-! x 10V2 in. (38.7 x 26.7 cm) 
83.1.25 h 

9. Untitled (monk and man seated at 
table), c. 1920 

i2'/2 x 8% in. (31.8 x 21.3 cm) 
831-251 




461 




462-1 



462-4 



462-2 



462-3 





462-9 



Dexel 



135 





463 






467 




463 


G. den Decker 


Untitled (abstract composition), 1924 




Linoleum cut on wove paper 




5 n /i6 x 5 n /i6 in. (14.5 x 14.4 cm) 




From Der Sttirm 16, no. 4 (1925): 59 




provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 




purchased in 1982 




83.1.1396.37 




464 


Maurice Denis 


Frau mit Kind, c. 1897 




(Woman and child) 


born 1870 


Lithograph printed in grayish green on 


Granville. France 


wove paper 




9% x 6 13 /i6 in. (24.5 x 17.3 cm) 


died 1943 Saint 


From Pan 3, no. 3 (1897): following 184 


Germain-en-Laye, 


PROVENANCE: Kornfeld 6r Klipstein, 


France 


Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 




reference: Cailler 103 (as 1898); 




Dennerlein 1712 




83- 1- 1355 g 




465 


Fortunato Depero 


Papagalli—motivo ornamentale, c. 1922 




(Parrots— ornamental motif) 


born 1892 Fondo, 


Linoleum cut on wove paper 


Italy 


5 7 /s x 5 15 /i6 in. (14.9 x 15.0 cm) 




From Der Sturm 13, no. 6 (1922): 111 


died 1960 


PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 


Rovereto, Italy 


purchased in 1982 




83.1.1395.8 




466 


Andre Derain 


Untitled (nude kneeling in landscape), 




c. 1916 


born 1880 Chatou, 


Woodcut on wove paper 


France 


4 x 3'/s in. (10. 1 x 8.0 cm) 




From Die Aktion 6, no. 14/15 (1916): 


died 1954 Garches, 


196; not identified as an original 


France 


woodcut 




provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 




Hamburg, 30 November 1979, part of 




lot 1173 




83.1.1512 a 




467 




Stilleben, c. 1919 




(Still life) 




Woodcut on wove paper 




7% x 6 5 /s in. (20.0 x 17.1 cm) 




From Das Kunstblatt 3, no. 10 (1919) 




provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 




Esslingen; purchased in 1975 




EXHIBITION: Reed 283/30 




83.1.1144 a 





468 

Apollotheater, 1917 

(Apollo theater) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 7 /i6 x 7 13 /i6 in. (13.8 x 19.9 cm) 

From Der Sturm 9, no. 9 (1918): 119 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Vitt 4 

83- 1- 1393-57 



Walter Dexel 

born 1890 Munich 



died 1973 
Brunswick 



468 



136 



Dexel 





469 




Steile Strasse—der Strahl, 1918 




(Steep street— the beam) 




Woodcut on wove paper 




7 5 /i6 x 8 5 /s in. (18.6 x 21.9 cm) 




From Der Sturm 8, no. 12 (1918): 187 




provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 




purchased in 1982 




REFERENCE: Vitt 5 




83.1.1393.38 




470 




Sternenbriicke, igig 




(Starry bridge) 




Woodcut on japan paper 




10V2 x 7 13 /i6 in. (26.6 x 19.8 cm) 




From an edition printed by the artist, 




apart from the edition for the third 




Bauhaus-Mappe (Peters 111/4) 




PROVENANCE: Galerie Wolfgang 




Ketterer, Munich, 28-30 May 1973, lot 




480 




inscription: signed, l.r.; numbered 




(25/10), 1.1. 




REFERENCE: Vitt 10 




M. 82. 288.45 


Erich Dietrich 


471 




Fur Henri Barbusse, 1919 


born 1890 Berlin 


(For Henri Barbusse) 




Lithograph on wove paper 




8'/i x 6% in. (21.0 x 16.2 cm) 




From Dasjunge Deutschland 2, no. 8 




(1919) 




provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 




Esslingen; purchased in 1974 




83.1.1627 a 


Rudolf Adrian Dietrich 


472 




Untergang, c. 1918 


born 1894 Berlin 


(Decline) 




Woodcut on wove paper 


died 1969 Hamburg 


2% x 2 I5 /i6 in. (7.3 x 7.5 cm) 




From Menschen 1, no. 10 (1918): 2 




provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 




Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 




EXHIBITION: Reed under 289 




83.1.1376 b 



OttoDix 

born 1891 

Untermhaus 

died 1969 Singen 




469 





473 

Neun Holzschnitte 

(Nine woodcuts) 

Portfolio of 9 woodcuts on laid paper 

Published by Dresdner Verlag, 

Dresden, 1922 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r.; 

numbered (11/30), 1.1.; titled, I.e. 

PROVENANCE: Wlademar Schwalbe, 

1937 (ex libris); Christie's, London, 7 

May 1979, lot 225 

REFERENCE: Karsch 23-31 

EXHIBITION: Barton 83 

M. 82. 288.56 a-i 

1. Strasse, 1919 

(Street) 

9 7 /i6 x 6 15 /i6 in. (24.1 x 17.6 cm) 

REFERENCE: Karsch 23 

EXHIBITION: Barton 83 a 

M.82.288.56a 







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137 




473-3 




473-5 




473-7 




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473-4 





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473-8 



2. Elektrische, 1920 

(Streetcar) 

11 x g% in. (28.0 x 23.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 24 
exhibition: Barton 83 b; Rigby 6 
M. 82. 288. 56 b 

3. Die Prominenten: Konstellation, 
1920 

(The celebrities: Constellation) 
9 7 /8 x 7 7 /8 in. (25.0 x 19.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 25 
EXHIBITION: Barton 83 c; Rigby 7 
M. 82.288.56 c 

4. harm der Strasse, 1920 
(Street noise) 

11 x 9% in. (28.0 x 23.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 26 
EXHIBITION: Barton 83 d; Rigby 8 
M. 82. 288.56 a 

5. Liebespaar, 1921 
(Lovers) 

9% x 7% in. (25.0 x 19.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 27 
EXHIBITION: Barton 83 e 
M. 82.288.56 e 

6. Katzen, 1920 
(Cats) 

9 7 /i6 x 6 7 /s in. (24.0 x 17.4 cm) 
reference: Karsch 28 
EXHIBITION: Barton 83 f 
M. 82. 288. 56 f 

7. Mann und Weib: Ndchtliche Szene, 

1919 

(Man and woman: Nocturnal scene) 
9 13 /i6 x 6'/j in. (25.0 x 15.9 cm) 
reference: Karsch 29 
EXHIBITION: Barton 83 g; Rigby 10 
M. 82.288.56 g 

8. Apotheose, 1919 
(Apotheosis) 

n'/s x 7 7 /a in. (28.2 x 20.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 30 
EXHIBITION: Barton 83 h; Rigby 9 
M. 82. 288.56 h 

9. Scherzo, 1920 

9% x 6 7 /s in. (23.8 x 17.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 31 
EXHIBITION: Barton 83 i 
M. 82.288.56 i 

474 

/. B. Neumann, 1922 

Etching and drypoint on copperplate 

paper 

n u /i6X 9V2 in. (29.7 x 24. 1 cm) 

Published by Karl Nierendorf, Berlin 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r.j 

titled, I.e.; numbered (48/50), 1.1. 

PROVENANCE: Galerie Nierendorf, 

Berlin; purchased in 1974 

REFERENCE: Karsch 49 II 

exhibition: Reed 278; Chipp 18; 

Rigby 1 1 

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475 

Selbstportrat im Profil, 1922 
(Self-portrait in profile) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
8V4 x 5% in. (21.0 x 15.0 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Heritage Gallery, 
Los Angeles; purchased in 1978 
REFERENCE: Karsch 50 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 19 
M.82.288.46 

476 

Zirkus 

(Circus) 

Portfolio of 10 etchings with drypoint on 

copperplate paper 

Published by the artist 

INSCRIPTION: each sheet signed and 

dated, l.r.; numbered (9/50), 1.1.; 

titled, I.e. 

provenance: Galerie Nierendorf, 

Berlin; Galerie Wolfgang Ketterer, 

Hamburg, 28 November 1972, lot 279 

reference: Karsch 32-41 

exhibition: Reed 393 

M.82.288.5oa-j 

1. Die Verachter des Todes, 1922 
(The disdainers of death) 
13% x io 7 /8 in. (34. 7 x 27.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 32 
exhibition: Reed 393/1; Chipp 15 
M. 82. 288. 50 a 

2. lllusionsakt, 1922 
(Illusion act) 

11% x io'/s in. (30.0 x 25.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 33 II 
EXHIBITION: Reed 393/2 
M. 82.288.50 b 

3. Sketch, 1922 

i5'/2 x 11% in. (39.4 x 30.2 cm) 
reference: Karsch 34 11 
exhibition: Reed 393/3 
M. 82. 288.50 c 

4. Balanceakt, 1922 
(Balancing act) 

11% x 7 15 /i6 in. (29. g x 20.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 35 II 

exhibition: Reed 393/4 
M. 82. 288.50 d 

5. Maud Arizona; Suleika, das 
tatowierte Wunder, 1922 
(Maud Arizona; Suleika, the 
tattooed wonder) 

11% x 7 13 /i6 in. (29.0 x 19.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 36 II 
EXHIBITION: Reed 393/5 
M. 82.288.50 e 

6. Internationaler Reitakt, 1922 
(International riding act) 
I5 13 /i6 x 11% in. (40.2 x 30.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 37 II 
exhibition: Reed 393/6 

M. 82. 288. 50 f 

7. Amerikanischer Reitakt, 1922 
(American riding act) 

13%6 x i2'/8 in. (34.5 x 30.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 38 II 
exhibition: Reed 393/7 
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8. Technisches Personal, 1922 
(Technical personnel) 

n 13 /i6 x 7 13 /i6 in. (30.0 x 19.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 39 II 
exhibition: Reed 393/8; Rigby 13 
M. 82.288.50 h 

9. Li/i, die Konigin der Luft, 1922 
(Lili, the queen of the air) 
ii 3 /i x 7 7 /8 in. (29.9 x 20.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 40 II 
EXHIBITION: Reed 393/9; Chipp 16 
M. 82. 288. 50 i 

10. Dompteuse, 1922 
(Animal trainer) 

I5 13 /i6 x 11% in. (40.2 x 29.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 41 II 
EXHIBITION: Reed 393/10; Chipp 17 
M. 82. 288.50 j 

477 

Blinder, 1923 

(Blind man) 

Lithograph on Johann-Wilhelm Biitten 

paper 

lgVi x 15 in. (48.9 x 38. 1 cm) 

Published by Karl Nierendorf, Berlin 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r.; 

numbered (48/66), 1.1. 

provenance: R. E. Lewis, San Rafael, 

California; purchased in 1979 

REFERENCE: Karsch 52 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 20; Rigby 14 

M. 82.288.49 

478 

Greis, 1923 

(Old man) 

Lithograph on Johann-Wilhelm Biitten 

paper 

21% x 15V2 in. (55.0 x 39.5 cm) 

Published by Karl Nierendorf, Berlin 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r.; 

numbered (7/56), 1.1. 

provenance: Galerie Nierendorf, 

Berlin; purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Karsch 51 

EXHIBITION: Rigby 15 

M. 82. 287. 9 

479 

Halbaht, 1923 
(Half-length nude) 
Lithograph on laid paper 
23% x ig'/4 in. (60.0 x 49.0 cm) 
Published by Karl Nierendorf, Berlin 
inscription: signed and dated, l.r.; 
numbered (17/55), '-'• 
provenance: Galerie Nierendorf, 
Berlin; purchased in 1983 
REFERENCE: Karsch 125 
L. 84. 5.24; lent by the Robert Gore 
Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 
California 



479 



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480 

Otto Freundlich, 1923 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i5 9 /i6 x io 7 /i6 in. (39.5 x 26.5 cm) 
Published by Karl Nierendorf and 
Euphorion Verlag, Berlin; edition of 
about 140 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r. ; 
blind stamp of Euphorion Verlag, l.r. 
provenance: Galerie Nierendorf, 
Berlin; purchased in 1982 
REFERENCE: Karsch 53 c 
M. 82. 287. 11 

481 

Paul Westheim, 1923 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i5'/4 x i8"/i6 in. (38.5 x 47.5 cm) 
Published by Karl Nierendorf, Berlin 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Galerie Nierendorf, 
Berlin; purchased in 1975 
REFERENCE: Karsch 63 b 
EXHIBITION: Reed 284; Chipp 21; 
Rigby 12 
M. 82. 288. 47 

482 

Portrdt Angermayer, 1923 
(Portrait of Angermayer) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i8 7 /s x 12% in. (48.0 x 32.5 cm) 
Published by Karl Nierendorf, Berlin 
inscription: signed and dated, l.r.; 
numbered (5/55), 1.1. 
provenance: Galerie Nierendorf, 
Berlin; purchased in ig82 
REFERENCE: Karsch 60 b 
M. 82. 287. 10 

483 

Kinderbildnis, 1924 
(Portrait of a child) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
io 5 /8 x 7% in. (27.0 x 19.8 cm) 
From Georg Biermann, ed., Jahrbuch 
derjungen Kunst (Leipzig: Klinkhardt 
& Biermann, 1924), frontispiece 
provenance: Galerie Nierendorf, 
Berlin, purchased in 1975 
REFERENCE: Karsch 126 II 
exhibition: Reed 320/1924.1; Chipp 
138 
83.1.802 a 

484 

Der Krieg 

(War) 

Portfolio of 50 etchings with aquatint on 

copperplate paper 

Published by Karl Nierendorf, Berlin, 

1924 

INSCRIPTION: each sheet signed, l.r.; 

numbered (15/70), 1.1.; numbered 

serially with Roman numeral, I.e. 

provenance: Galerie Saxonia, Munich; 

purchased in 1979 

reference; Karsch 70-119 

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1. Soldatengrab zwischen den Linien, 
1924 

(Soldiers' grave between the lines) 
7% x 11% in. (19.3 x 28.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karseh 70 b 
M. 82.288.51 a 

2. Verschiittete; Januar igi6, 
Champagne, 1924 
(Buried alive; January 1916, 
Champagne) 

5V2 x 7% in. (14.0 x 19.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karseh 71 b 
M. 82.288.51 b 

3. Gastote; Templeux-La-Fosse, 
August igi6, 1924 

(Gas victims; Templeux-La-Fosse, 

August 1916) 

7% x 11% in. (19.4 x 28.9 cm) 

REFERENCE: Karseh 72 b 

M. 82.288.51c 

4. Trichterfeld bei Dontrien, von 
Leuchtkugeln erhellt, 1924 
(Crater field near Dontrien, lit by 
flares) 

7 n /i6 x io'/i in. (19.5 x 26.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karseh 73 b 
EXHIBITION: Rigby 23 
M. 82.288.51 d 

5. Pferdekadaver, 1924 
(Horse cadaver) 

5 n /i6 x 7% in. (14.5 x 19.7 cm) 
reference: Karseh 74 b 
M. 82.288.51 e 

6. Verwundeter, Herbst igi6, 
Bapaume, 1924 
(Wounded man, autumn 1916, 
Bapaume) 

7% x n 3 /s in. (19.7 x 29.0 cm) 
reference: Karseh 75 b 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 22; Rigby 26 
M. 82.288.51 f 

7. Bei Langemarck, Februar igi8, 
1924 

(Near Langemarck, February 1918) 
9% x ii 9 /ie in. (24.7 x 29.3 cm) 
reference: Karseh 76 b 
M. 82. 288. 51 g 

8. Relaisposten, Herbstschlacht in der 
Champagne, 1924 

(Relay post, autumn battle in 

Champagne) 

5 13 /i6 x 7 13 /i6 in. (14.8 x 19.8 cm) 

reference: Karseh 77 b 

M. 82. 288.51 h 

9. Xerfallender Kampfgraben, 1924 
(Disintegrating trench) 

n 13 /i6 x 9% in. (30.0 x 24.4 cm) 
reference: Karseh 78 b 
M. 82.288.51 i 

10. Fliehender Verwundeter, 
Sommerschlacht igi6, 1924 
(Wounded man fleeing, summer 
battle, 1916) 

7% x 5V2 in. (19.7 x 14.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karseh 79 b 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 23; Rigby 24 
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11. Verlassene Stellung bei Neuville, 
1924 

(Abandoned position near Neuville) 
7 3 /4 x 5% in. (19.7 x 14.6 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 80 b 
M. 82. 288. 52 a 

12. Sturmtruppe geht unter Gas vor, 
1924 

(Shock troops advance under gas) 
7% x 11V2 in. (19.6 x 29. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 81 b 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 24; Rigby 21 
M. 82.288.52 b 

13. Mahheit in der Sappe, 
Lorettohohe, 1924 
(Mealtime in the trench, Loretto 
heights) 

7% x n 7 /i6 in. (19.6 x 29.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 82 b 
EXHIBITION: Rigby 17 
M. 82. 288. 52 c 

14. Ruhende Kompanie, 1924 
(Resting company) 

ioVi x 7 13 /i6 in. (26.0 x 19.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 83 b 
M. 82. 288. 52 d 

15. Verlassene Stellung bei Vis-en- 
Artois, 1924 

(Abandoned position near Vis-en- 

Artois) 

7% x 10V4 in. (19.6 x 26.0 cm) 

REFERENCE: Karsch 84 b 

M. 82. 288. 52 e 

16. Leiche im Drahtverhau, Flandern, 

1924 

(Corpse in barbed wire, Flanders) 
n 13 /i6 x g 9 /i6 in. (30.0 x 24.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 85 b 
EXHIBITION: Rigby 19 

M. 82.288.52 f 

17. Leuchtkugel erhellt die Monacu- 
ferme, 1924 

(Flare illuminates the Monacu- 

ferme) 

5 13 /i6 x 7 13 /i6 in. (14.8 x 19.8 cm) 

REFERENCE: Karsch 86 b 

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18. Toter Sappenposter, 1924 
(Dead sentry in the trench) 
■7W16 x 5 I3 /i6 in. (19.8 x 14.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 87 b 

M. 82. 288.52 h 

19. Totentanz anno 1 7, Hohe toter 
Mann, 1924 

(Dance of death 1917. Dead Man's 

Hill) 

9% x n 13 /i6 in. (24.5 x 30.0 cm) 

REFERENCE: Karsch 88 b 

M. 82. 288. 52 i 

20. Die zweite Kompanie wird heute 
Nacht abgelbst, 1924 

(The second company will be 

relieved tonight) 

7 13 /i6 x io 3 /is in. (19.8 x 25.8 cm) 

REFERENCE: Karsch 89 b 

M.82.288.52J 

21. Abgekampfte Truppe geht zuriick, 
Sommeschlacht, 1924 
(Battle-weary troops retreat, battle 
of the Somme) 

7% x nYs in. (19.8 x 28.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 90 b 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 25 
M. 82. 288. 53 a 

22. Nachtliche Begegnung mit einem 
Irrsinigen, 1924 

(Nocturnal encounter with a 

lunatic) 

10% x 7% in. (26.2 x 19.7 cm) 

REFERENCE: Karsch 91 b 

EXHIBITION: Rigby 25 

M. 82. 288. 53 b 

23. Toter im Schlamm, 1924 
(Dead man in the mud) 

7% x lo'/s in. (19.5 x 25.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 92 b 

EXHIBITION: Chipp 26 

M. 82.288.53 c 

24. Granattrichter mit Blumen, 
Fruhling 1916, 1924 

(Shell crater with flowers, spring 

1916) 

5 13 /i6 x 7 13 /i6 in. (14.8 x 19.8 cm) 

REFERENCE: Karsch 93 b 

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25. Die Triimmer von Langemarck, 

1924 

(The ruins of Langemarck) 

n I3 /i6 x g n /i6 in. (30.0 x 24.6 cm) 

REFERENCE: Karsch 94 b 

M. 82.288.53 e 

26. Sterbender Soldat, 1924 
(Dying soldier) 

7 13 /i6 x 5 13 /i6 in. (19.8 x 14.8 cm) 
reference: Karsch 95 b 
M. 82. 288. 53 f 

27. Abend in der .Wijtschaete-Ebene, 
November 1917, 1924 
(Evening on the Wijtschaete plain, 
November 1917) 

9"/i6 x n 13 /i6 in. (24.6 x 30.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 96 b 
M. 82. 288. 53 g 

28. Cesehen am Steilhang von Clery- 
sur-Somme, 1924 

(Seen on the escarpment at Clery- 

sur-Somme) 

lo'/i x 7% in. (26.0 x 19.6 cm) 

REFERENCE: Karsch 97 b 

M. 82. 288. 53 h 

29. Gefunden beim Grabendurchstich, 
Auberive, 1924 

(Found while digging a tench, 

Auberive) 

7 n /i6 x n 7 /i6 in. (19.5 x 29.0 cm) 

REFERENCE: Karsch 98 b 

M. 82.288.53 i 

30. Drahtverhau vor dem 
Kampfgraben, 1924 
(Tangled barbed wire before the 
trench) 

10Y4 x 7 n /i6 in. (26.0 x 19.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 99 b 
M. 82. 288. 53 j 

31. Schddel, 1924 
(Skull) 

io'/s x 7% in. (25.7 x 19.5 cm) 
reference: Karsch 100 b 
EXHIRITION: Chipp 27 
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32. Matrosen in Antwerpen, 1924 
(Sailors in Antwerp) 
g 5 /e x n 13 /i6 in. (24.5 x 30.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 101 II b 
M. 82. 288. 54 b 

Lens wird mil Bomben belegt, 1924 
(Lens being bombed) 
11% x 9 n /i6 in. (29.8 x 24.6 cm) 
reference: Karsch 102 b 
M. 82. 288. 54 c 
Frontsoldat in Briissel, 1924 
(Front-line soldier in Brussels) 
n 5 /i6 x 7 13 /i6 in. (28.8 x 19.8 cm) 
reference: Karsch 103 b 
EXHIBITION: Rigby 20 
M. 82. 288. 54 d 

35. Die Irrsinnige von Sainte-Marie-a- 

Py, 1924 

(The madwoman of Sainte-Marie- 

a-Py) 

n 5 /i6 x 7% in. (28.8 x 19.8 cm) 

REFERENCE: Karsch 104 II b 

EXHIBITION: Chipp 28 

M. 82. 288. 54 e 

36. Besuch bei Madame Germaine in 
Mericourt, 1924 

(Visit to Madame Germaine's in 

Mericourt) 

io'/j x 7% in. (26. 1 x 19.8 cm) 

REFERENCE: Karsch 105 b 

EXHIBITION: Chipp 29; Rigby 18 

M. 82. 288. 54 f 

37. Kantine in Haplincourt, 1924 
(Canteen in Haplincourt) 
7 13 /i6 x io 3 /i6 in. (19.8 x 25.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 106 b 

M. 82. 288. 54 g 

38. Zerschossene, 1924 
(Shot to pieces) 

5 7 /s x 7 15 /i6 in. (14.9 x 20. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 107 b 
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39. Durch Fliegerbomben zerstbrtes 
Halts, 1924 

(House destroyed by aerial bombs) 
11% x 9% in. (29.8 x 24.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 108 II b 
M. 8z. 288.54 i 

40. Transplantation, 1924 
(Skin graft) 

7 13 /i6 x 5 7 /s in. (19.8 x 14.9 em) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 109 III b 
M. 82.288.54 j 

41. Maschinengewehrzug geht vor, 
Somme, November igi6, 1924 
(Machine-gun squad advances, 
Somme, November 1916) 

9% x n 13 /i6 in. (24.5 x 30.0 cm) 
reference: Karsch 110 b 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 30; Rigby 16 
M. 82.288.55 a 

42. Toter, Saint-Clement, 1924 
(Dead man, Saint-Clement) 
11% x lo'/i in. (2g.g x 25.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch ill iv.i.b 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 31 

M. 82. 288. 55 b 

43. Essenholer bei Pilhem, 1924 
(Ration carriers near Pilkem) 
9 5 /8 x 11% in. (24.5 x 29.8 cm) 
reference: Karsch 112 b 
M. 82. 288. 55 c 

44. Uberfall einer Schleichpatrouille, 

1924 

(Surprise attack) 

7 7 /s x 5 15 /i6 in. (20.0 x 15.0 cm) 

reference: Karsch 113 b 

M. 82. 288. 55 d 

45. Unterstand, 1924 
(Foxhole) 

7% x n 3 /8 in. (19.8 x 29.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 1 14 b 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 32 
M. 82. 288. 55 e 

46. Die Schlafenden von Fort Vaux; 
Gastote, 1924 

(The sleepers of Fort Vaux; gas 

victims) 

9% x 11% in. (24.8 x 29.8 cm) 

REFERENCE: Karsch 115 l.b 

M. 82.288. 55 f 

47. Verwundetentransport im 
Houthulster Wald, 1924 
(Transporting the wounded in 
Houthulst Forest) 

7 13 /i6 x 10 in. (19.8 x 25.4 cm) 
reference: Karsch 116 b 
M. 82.288.55 g 

48. Die Sappenposten haben nacbts das 
Feuer zu unterhalten, 1924 

(The outposts in the trenches must 

maintain the bombardment at 

night) 

9 3 /4 x n 13 /i6 in. (24.7 x 30.0 cm) 

REFERENCE: Karsch 1171.2 

EXHIBITION: Rigby 22 

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49. Appell der Zuriickgekehrten, 1924 
(Roll call of returning troops) 
7 13 /i6 x nyi6 in. (19.8 x 28.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Karsch 118 b 

M. 82. 288. 55 i 

50. Tote vor der Stellung bei Tahure, 
1924 

(Dead men before the position near 

Tahure) 

7% x io'/s (19.7 x 25.8 cm) 

REFERENCE: Karsch 199 b 

EXHIBITION: Chipp 33 

M. 82.288.55 j 

485 

Selbstbildnis, 1950 
(Self-portrait) 

Linoleum cut on cover stock 
8 3 /i6 x 5% in. (20.8 x 14.3 cm) 
From Otto Conzelmann, Otto Dix: 
Gemalde, Aquarelle, Zeichnungen, 
Graphik, exh. cat. (Freiburg: 
Kunstverein, 1950-51), cover 
PROVENANCE: unknown 
reference: Karsch 190 b 
83.1.669 a 

486 

Halbakt von vorn, 1966 

(Half-length nude from the front) 

Lithograph on Rives paper 

15% x 14 in. (40. 1 x 35.6 cm) 

Published by Erker Presse, Saint Gall. 

Print is misnumbered; edition size was 

actually 80 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r.; 

numbered (35/40), 1.1.; publisher's 

stamp, 1.1. 

PROVENANCE: Galerie Elfriede 

Wirnitzer, Baden-Baden: purchased in 

1984 

REFERENCE: Karsch 314 a 

L. 84. 5. 334; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



487 

Portratskizze Paul Baum, c. 1924 
(Portrait sketch of Paul Baum) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
9V2 x 7V4 in. (24. lx 18.4 cm) 
From Richard Hamann and Fritz 
Herbert Lehr, eds., Marburger 
Jahrbuchfur Kunstwissenschaft, vol. 1 
(Marburg: Verlag des kunstgeschicht- 
lichen Seminars der Universitat 
Marburg, 1924), before p. 285; edition 
of 500 

provenance: Biicherei Verlag Kurt 
Desch, Munich (ex libris); Hartung & 
Karl, Munich, 13 November 1979, part 
of lot 2958 
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488 

Untitled (seated woman), c. 1914 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4% x 2V16 in. (12. 1 x 5.2 cm) 

From Die Aktion 4, no. 46/47 

(1914): 880 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 30 November 1979, part of 

lot 1173 

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Juniper Dolonofer 489 

Untitled (lamentation over dead 
soldier), 1914 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i4 7 /i6 x io u /i6 in. (36.7 x 27.1 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 4 (1914): 2 
PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of 
lot 1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/37 
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490 

Streik, c. 1912 

(Strike) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6'/8 x 4V16 in. (15.5 x 10.4 cm) 

From Saturn 2, no. 5 (1912): 99 

provenance: M. K. Neudold (ex libris); 

Galerie Gerda Bassenge, Berlin, 4 June 

!975. P art of lot 4 8 99 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 300 
83.1.1311c 

491 

Totschlag, c. 1912 

(Homicide) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6Vs x 3 15 /i6 in. (15.5 x 10.0 cm) 

From Saturn 2, no. 6 (1912): 111 

provenance: M. K. Neudold (ex libris); 

Galerie Gerda Bassenge, Berlin, 4 June 

1975, part of lot 4899 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 300 

83.1.1311 d 

492 

Vor dem Totschlag, c. 1912 

(Before the homicide) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
6'/j x 4 7 /i6 in. (15.8 x 11.3 cm) 
From Saturn 2, no. 9 (1912): 195 
provenance: M. K. Neudold (ex libris); 
Galerie Gerda Bassenge, Berlin, 4 June 

1975. P art °f lot 4 8 99 
exhibition: Reed under 300 
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493 

Ftir die Freiheit im Kerker, c. 1922 

(For freedom in prison) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

■jVt x 5 9 /i6 in. (18.5 x 14.2 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 11/12(1922): 

169-70; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 98 b; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



Walter Drechseler 



494 

Frau, 1920 

(Woman) 

Etching and aquatint on heavy wove 

paper 

9% x 6V2 in. (23.8 x 16.5 cm) 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r. 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1976 

M. 82.288.58 

495 

Der Intettektuelle, 1920 

(The intellectual) 

Etching and aquatint on copperplate 

paper 

11% x 8' 5 /i6 in. (29.9 x 22.7 cm) 

inscription: signed and numbered (no. 

18). l.r. 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1977 

EXHIBITION: Rigby 27 

M. 82. 288.57 



496 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1919 

Woodcut on slick wove paper 

7 13 /i6 x 5 15 /ie in. (19.8 x 15. 1 cm) 

From Das Tribunal 1, no, 10/11 (1919): 

cover 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 304 

83.1.961a 



497 

Sappho, c. 1895 

Glyptograph printed in green on wove 

paper 

4% x 7V2 in. (12.0 x 19.0 cm) 

From Pan 1, no. 1 (1895-96): 

following 34 

PROVENANCE: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

REFERENCE: Dennerlein 85 

83. 1. 1350 f 



August Wilhelm 
Dressier 

born 1886 
Bergesgrun 

died 1970 Berlin 



Ewald Diilberg 

born 1888 Schwerin 
died 1933 Berlin 



Maurice Dumont 



496 



495 



150 



Eberz 



Josef Eberz 

born 1880 Limburg 
died 1942 Munich 




498 

Flusslandschaft, 1917 

(River landscape) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

7V2 x 6V2 in. (19.0 x 16.5 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

1, no. 4 (1917); the center also has an 

impression from the regular edition 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (32/110) on 

justification page 

provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 

Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed 283/31 

83.1.1088 a 

499 

Der Flammende, 1918 

(The burning one) 

Lithograph on J. W. Zanders 1916 paper 

8 x 5 7 /8 in. (20.3 x 14.9 cm) 

From Eos 1, no. 1 (1918): 89; from 

edition A (total edition of 250) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xvii/xl) and 

signed by editor Emil Pirchan on 

justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 270 

83.1.1605 k 

500 

Der Fremde, 1918 

(The foreigner) 

Drypoint on J. W. Zanders 1916 paper 

9 5 /s x 6 in. (24.5 x 15.2 cm) 

From Eos 1, no. 2 (1918): 131; from 

edition A (total edition of 250) 

inscription: numbered (xvii/xl) and 

signed by editor Emil Pirchan on 

justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 270 

83.1.1606 d 

501 

Der Prophet, c. 1918 
(The prophet) 
Woodcut on japan paper 
10% x 7% in. (27.3 x 19.8 cm) 
inscription: signed and dated(?) (20), 
l.r. ; numbered (3/35), 1.1. 
provenance: Saalbau-Galerie, 
Darmstadt; purchased in 1980 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 34; Rigby 28 
M. 82. 287. 13 






498 





502 



Eberz 



151 




-V- "-• 





504-1 



504-2 




505 




502 

Die Tat, 1918 

(The deed) 

Drypoint on J. W. Zanders 1916 paper 

9 5 /s x 5 7 /s in. (24.5 x 14.9 cm) 

From Eos 1, no. 2 (1918): 147; from 

edition A (total edition of 250) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xvii/xl) and 

signed by editor Emil Pirehan on 

justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 270 

83.1.1606 f 

503 

Uberfall, 1918 

(Assault) 

Drypoint on heavy wove paper 

6% x 4 13 /i6 in. (16.2 x 12.2 cm) 

inscription: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(1/12), 1.1. 

provenance: Saalbau-Galerie, 

Darmstadt; purchased in 1980 

M. 82. 287. 12 

504 

Unnennbar Brudertum 

(Inexpressible brotherhood) 

Book with 2 lithographs on Strathmore- 

Alexandra paper 

Illustrations to poems by Kurt Hiller 

(Wolgast: Kentauer Verlag/Hermann 

Kruse, 1918); from edition of 250 (total 

edition of 350) 

provenance: Erasmus, Amsterdam; 

purchased in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed 347 

83.1.60 a, b 

1. Untitled (kneeling male nude), 1918 
5 n /i6 x 4V2 in. (14.5 x 11.5 cm) 
Before page 7 

83.1.60 a 

2. Untitled (standing male nude), 1918 
7% x 4'/s in. (18.8 x 10.5 cm) 
Following page 24 

83.1.60 b 

505 

Das Weib, 1918 

(The woman) 

Drypoint on J. W. Zanders 1916 paper 

9 5 /s x 6'/8 in. (24.5 x 15.6 em) 

From Eos 1, no. 2 (1918): 139; from 

edition A (total edition of 250) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xvii/xl) and 

signed by editor Emil Pirehan on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 270 

83.1.1606 e 

506 

Untitled (leaves), c. 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 13 /i6 x 3 J5 /i6 in. (14.8 x 10.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 9/10 (1918): 123; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1531c 



152 



Eberz 



507 

Untitled (nude with bird), e. 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6'/j x 4% in. (15.9 x 12.0 em) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 29/30 (1918): 

365-66 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83- 1- I537 a 

508 

Untitled (sleeping nude), c. 1918 
Woodcut on wove paper 
8V4 x 6V4 in. (20.9 x 15.9 cm) 
From Die Aktion 8, no. 29/30 (1918): 

377-78 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
8311537 b 

509 

Untitled (man with plants), c. 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 3 /i6 x 9 u /j6 in. (18.3 x 24.6 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 29/30 (1918): 

381-82 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83- 1-1537 c 

510 

Erlosung, c. 1919 

(Salvation) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

9'/i6 x 7V16 in. (23.0 x 18.0 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fur Dichtung and Graph ik 1, 

no. 7(1919): ill 

inscription: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

provenance: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 290 

83.1.13296 

511 

Liebespaar, c. 1919 

(Lovers) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

9 7 /i6 x 7 3 /i6 in. (23.9 x 18.2 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fiir Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 10(1919): 157 

inscription: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

PROVENANCE: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 290 

83.1. 1332 d 

512 

Madchen, Pfau und Sonne, c. 1919 
(Girl, peacock, and sun) 
Linoleum cut on slick wove paper 
10% x 7 13 /i6 in. (27.0 x 19.8 cm) 
From Das Tribunal 1, no. 10/11 
(1919): 117 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1975 
exhibition: Reed under 304 
83.1.961b 




507 




509 





508 




510 




512 



511 



Eberz 



153 




513 






516 





518 



513 

Die Nonne und der Tod, c. 1919 

(The nun and Death) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

7 13 /i6 x 6% in. (199 x 16.2 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fiir Dichtung und Graphih 1, 

no. 5(1919)171 

inscription: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

provenance: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 290 

83.1.1327 c 

514 

Untitled (brothel scene), 1919 

Drypoint on wove paper 

5 x 3 3 /4 in. (12.7 x 9.5 cm) 

From Eros 1, no. 1 (1921): following 

justification page 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (593/1,000) on 

justification page 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 16 April 1981, part of lot 2212 

83.1.1610 a 

515 

Untitled (standing nude woman), 

c 1919 

Linoleum cut on thin wove paper 

8"/i6 x 5% in. (22.0 x 14.6 cm) 

From Das Tribunal 1, no. 3 (1919): 37 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 304 

83- 1-955 b 

516 

Untitled (head), c. 1919 

Woodcut on slick wove paper 

7'/2 x 6 n /i6 in. (19.0 x 17.0 cm) 

From Das Tribunal 1, no. 5 (1919): 

cover 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich: 

purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 304; Rigby 

Hi, 5 

83- 1-957 a 

517 

Untitled (couple), c. 1919 
Woodcut on laid paper 
4 5 /i6 x 6V4 in. (10.9 x 17. 1 cm) 
From Der Weg 1, no. 3 (1919): 1 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York: 
purchased in 1976 
exhibition: Reed under 305 
83.1.1215 a 

518 

Untitled (couple), c. 1919 
Woodcut on laid paper 
gVa x 7V16 in. (24. 1 x 18.0 cm) 
From Der Weg 1, no. 3 (1919): 7 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1976 
exhibition: Reed under 305 
83.1. 1215 d 



154 



Eberz 



519 



Untitled (woman in profile), e. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6% x 4 5 /i6 in. (16.9 x 10.9 cm) 

From Die Biicherkiste 1, no. 5/7 

(1919): 77 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 267 

83.1.16341 

520 

Untitled (head), c. 1919 
Woodcut on wove paper 
6V4 x 4 5 /8 in. (15.9 x 11.7 cm) 
From Die Biicherkiste 1, no. 8/10 
(1919): 105 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1975 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 267 
83.1. 1634 1 

521 

Versohnung, 1920 

(Reconciliation) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

7V4 x 5% in. (18.4 x 14.6 cm) 

From Georg Biermann, ed., Jahrbuch 

derjungen Kunst (Leipzig: Klinkhardt 

& Biermann, 1920), following p. 269 

provenance: Bismarck Buchhandlung, 

Charlottenburg (ex libris, cover); 

Ganymede Graphics, Berkeley; 

purchased in 1974 

EXHIBITION: Reed 320/1920.8 

§3- 1-798 g 

522 

Knabe mit Frauen, c. 1924 

(Youth with women) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 I5 /i6 x 4 15 /i6 in. (12.6 x 12.6 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed., Schwarzer Greif: 

Ein Almanach aufdas Jahr 1925 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), p. 11 

PROVENANCE: unknown 

§3' 1-549 d 



Alexander Eckener 


523 




Untitled (burial scene), c. 1914 


born 1870 


Etching and drypoint on wove paper 


Flensburg 


7 9 /i6 x 5 9 /i6 in. (19.2 x 14.2 cm) 




From Ernst Sauermann, ed., 


died 1944 


Schleswig-Holsteinischer Kunst- 


Abstgemund 


kalender 1915 (Potsdam: Stiftungsverlag, 




[c. 1914-15]), following p. 63 




provenance: Walter Hane (ex libris); 




Ars Libri, Boston; purchased in 1979 




83.1.751a 


Waldemar Eckertz 


524 




Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1925 


born 1881 Berlin 


Linoleum cut on wove paper 



8 3 /4 x 81/8 in. (22.3 x 20.7 cm) 

From Der Sturm 16, no. 3 (1925): 43 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1396.32 





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519 





522 






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524 



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525 

Wenn der Friihling kommt, c. 1895 

(When spring comes) 

Lithograph printed in brown, green, 

gold, and rust on wove paper 

9 ls /i6 x 4 5 /i6 in. (253 x 11.0 cm) 

From Pan 1, no. 2 (1895-96): following 

118 

PROVENANCE: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

REFERENCE: Dennerlein 328 

83.1. 1350 1 

526 

Schwertlilien, c. 1895-96 

(Irises) 

Woodcut printed in black and yellow 

8 7 /i6 x 4'yie in. (21.5 x 12.5 cm) 

From Pan 1, no. 3 (1896): following 158 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

reference: Dennerlein 512 

83.1.1351a 

527 

Nachtreiher, c. 1896 

(Night herons) 

Woodcut printed in black, gray, and 

vermilion on thin japan paper 

5 5 /i6 x g n /i6 in. (13. 5 x 24.6 cm) 

From Pan 2, no. 3 (1896): following 222 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

reference: Dennerlein 1118 

83-1-1353 g 



528 

Amine: Eine Liebesgeschichte 

(Amine: A love story) 

Portfolio of 6 etchings on heavy wove 

paper 

inscription: each sheet signed, l.r. 

provenance: Marilyn Pink, Los 

Angeles; purchased in 1979 

M. 82. 287. 14 a-f 

1. Untitled (nude woman and man 
playing flute), c. 1920 

3V8 x 3'/i6 in. (7.9 x 7.8 cm) 
M. 82. 287. 14 a 

2. Untitled (nude woman and man 
with cart), c. 1920 
^xsYsin. (7.9x7.9cm) 

M. 82. 287. 14 b 

3. Untitled (musicians and hanged 
figures), c. 1920 

3V8 x 3V16 in. (7.9 x 7.8 cm) 
M. 82. 287. 14 c 

4. Untitled (tavern scene with nude 
woman), c. 1920 

3V& x 3V16 in. (7.9 x 7.8 cm) 
M. 82. 287. 14 d 

5. Untitled (serenading harlequin), 
c. 1920 

3'/8 x 3V16 in. (7.9 x 7.8 cm) 
M. 82. 287. 14 e 

6. Untitled (nude woman tortured by 
Death), c. 1920 

3'/s x 3'/i6 in. (7.9 x 7.8 cm) 
M. 82. 287. 14 f 



Otto Eckmann 

born 1865 Hamburg 

died 1902 

Badenweiler 



Stefan Eggeler 

born 1894 Vienna, 
Austria 



528-5 



528-6 



156 



Eggeler 



529 

Walpurgisnacht 

Portfolio of 6 etchings printed in green 

on heavy wove paper 

inscription: signed and dated on verso 

of title page; each sheet signed, l.r. 

provenance: Marilyn Pink, Los 

Angeles; purchased in 1979 

M.82.287.i5a-f 

1. Die Ausfahrt, 1921 
(The departure) 
5'/4X7in. (13.4 x 17.7 cm) 
M.82.287. 15 a 

2. Wie sich die Hexen salbten aufdass 
siefliegen konnten, 1921 

(How the witches annoint 
themselves so they can fly) 
5'/jX7in. (13.4 x 17.7 cm) 
M.82.287. 15 b 

3. Der unehrbare Tanz, 1921 
(The disreputable dance) 
5 1 /iX7in. (13.4.x 17.7 cm) 
M.82.287. 15 c 

4. Die Musikanten, 1921 
(The musicians) 
5'/4X7in. (13.4 x 17.7 cm) 
M.82.287. 15 d 

5. Die teuflische Unzucht, 1921 
(Satanic whoredom) 

5V4 x 7 in. (133 x 17.8 cm) 
M.82.287. 15 e 

6. Die Hexenmesse, 1921 
(The witches' mass) 
5»/4X7in. (13.4 x 17.7 cm) 
M.82.287. 15 f 





529-2 



529-1 





529-4 



529-3 



Georg Ehrlich 530 

Trostung, c. 1920 

born 1897 Vienna, (Consolation) 

Austria Lithograph printed in green on japan 

paper 

died 1966 7 13 /i6 x gYi in. (19.8 x 23.5 cm) 

From Genius 2, no. 1 (1920): before 129 
provenance: M. J. Royer Bookshop, 
Los Angeles; purchased about 1970-72 
83.1.814 b 

Jacob Eingartner 531 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1913 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 1 /2X7 1 /i6in. (13.9 x 17.9 cm) 

From Der Sturm 4, no. 176/177 

(1913): 89 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1391.74 







531 



530 



Erbsloh 



157 



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iW 






532 



533 



534 





536 



532 

Flatternde Tanze l, 1918 

(Fluttering dances 1) 

Drypoint on J. W. Zanders 1916 paper 

6 3 /i6 x 5% in. (15.7 x 13.7 cm) 

From Eos 1, no. 1 (1918): 9; from edition 

A (total edition of 250) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xvii/xl) and 

signed by editor Emil Pirchan on 

justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 270 

83.1.1605 a 

533 

Flatternde Tanze 2, 1918 

(Fluttering dances 2) 

Drypoint on J. W. Zanders 1916 paper 

7V4 x 6 in. (18.4 x 15.2 cm) 

From Eos 1, no. 1 (1918): 15; from 

edition A (total edition of 250) 

inscription: numbered (xvii/xl) and 

signed by editor Emil Pirchan on 

justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 270 

83.1.1605 b 

534 

Flatternde Tanze 3, 1918 

(Fluttering dances 3) 

Drypoint on J. W. Zanders 1916 paper 

6 x 4% in. (15.2 x 11.8 cm) 

From Eos 1, no. 1 (1918): 19; from 

edition A (total edition of 250) 

inscription: numbered (xvii/xl) and 

signed by editor Emil Pirchan on 

justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 270 

83.1.1605 c 



535 

Madchenkopf, c. 1919 

(Head of a girl) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

13 x 9'/i6 in. (33.0 x 23.0 cm) 

From Genius 1, no. 2 (1919): before 309 

provenance: M. J. Royer Rookshop, 

Los Angeles; purchased about 1970-72 

EXHIBITION: Reed 275/6 

83. 1.813 f 



536 

Akt mit Strumpfband, 1920 

(Nude with garter) 

Woodcut on lightweight laid paper 

6V1 x 4 9 /i6 in. (15.9 x 11.6 cm) 

inscription: numbered (26/50), 1.1. 

estate stamp, verso 

PROVENANCE: gift of Louis Karl, 198 

REFERENCE: Karl 12 

L.84.5.20; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Reverly Hills, 

California 



Ernst Moritz Engert 

born 1892 
Yokohama, Japan 



Ignaz Epper 

born 1892 Saint 
Gall, Switzerland 



Adolf Erbsloh 



born 1881 

New York, New York 



died 1947 
Irschenhausen 



158 



Ernst 



Max Ernst 

born 1891 Bruhl 



died 1976 Paris, 
France 



Ernst Ewerbecfc 

born Aachen 



537 

Essai pour M. Brusberg, 1972 

(Study for M. Brusberg) 

Lithograph printed in red on wove 

paper 

9 7 /i6 x 5 9 /i6 in. (24.0 x 14.2 cm) 

From Werner Spies, Max Ernst: Jen- 

seits der Malerei—das graphische 

Oeuvre, exh. cat., Brusberg 

Dokumente, no. 3 (Hannover: Kestner- 

Museum, 1972) 

inscription: numbered 1,593/4,444 on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: unknown 

REFERENCE: Leppien 220J 

83.1.1706 a 



538 

Untitled (cover), c. 1919 

Woodcut on cover stock 

4% x 5 7 /i6 in. (12.0 x 13.8 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turin, no. 5 (1919) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (160/200) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1319 a 

539 

Untitled (seated nude), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7V16 x 4 15 /i6 in. (179 x 12.5 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 5 (1919): 

pl.l 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (160/200) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1319 b 

540 

Untitled (woman at table), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4'/i6 x 5 5 /i6 in. (10.3 x 13.5 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 5 (1919): 

pi. 2 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (160/200) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1319 c 

541 

Untitled (two men in cafe), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 7 /i6 x 5 13 /i6 in. (11.2 x 14.8 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 5 (1919): 

Pi- 3 

inscription: numbered (160/200) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1. 1319 d 





538 




540 





539 



Ewerbeck 



159 




542 





543 






547 



545 



542 

Untitled (bust of a woman), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5'/i6 x 5 15 /i6 in. (12.8 x 15.0 em) 

From Der schwarze Turin, no. 5 (1919): 

pi. 4 

inscription: numbered (160/200) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York: 

purchased in 1978 

83- 1 1319 e 

543 

Untitled (tired nude woman), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6V2 x 6 u /i6 in. (16.5 x 17.0 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 5 (1919): 

pl-5 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (160/200) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83. 1.1319 f 

544 

Untitled (nude looking at reflection), 

e- 19!9 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4% x 6'/i in. (12. 1 x 15.8 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 5 (1919): 

pi. 6 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (160/200) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1. 1319 g 

545 

Untitled (reclining nude), e. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 u /i6 x 6'/i6 in. (11.9 x 15.4 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 5 (1919): 

pi. 7 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (160/200) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83. 1.1319 h 

546 

Untitled (two figures), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5% x 5 3 /ie in. (13.6 x 13.2 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 5 (1919): 

pi. 8 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (160/200) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1319* 

547 

Untitled (nude), c. 1921 
Woodcut on wove paper 
4% x 2V4 in. (12.0 x 5.7 cm) 
From Georg Britting and Josef 
Achmann, eds., Die Sichel 1921 
(Munich: Verlag die Sichel, 1921), p. 7 
provenance: Ganymede Graphics, 
Berkeley; purchased in 1974 
exhibition: Reed under 302 
83.1. 1638 d 



160 



Fabry 



Ernst Feigl 



Friedrich Feigl 

born 1884 Prague, 
Bohemia 




Edmund Fabry 


548 




Ekstase, c. 1918 


born 1892 


(Ecstasy) 


Norderney 


Woodcut on blue wove paper 




3 13 /i6 x 3 7 /ie in. (9.7 x 8.7 cm) 


died 1939 


From Menschen 1, no. 10 (1918): 3 


Wiesbaden 


provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 




Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 




exhibition: Reed under 289 




83.1.1376 c 



549 

Erleuchtung, c. 1918 
(Enlightenment) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
6 n /i6 x 5 15 /i6 in. (17.0 x 15. 1 cm) 
From Menschen 1, no. 6 (1918): 3; the 
center has two copies of this issue 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 289 
83.1.1367 b 



550 

Untitled (portrait of General von 

Stein), 1914 

Lithograph on wove paper 

9'/2 x 6% in. (24.2 x 17. 1 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 9 (1914): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/38 

83. 1. 1408 a 

551 

Mackensen, c. 1916 

Lithograph on wove paper 

9% x 6% in. (24.5 x 17.2 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 63 (1916): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/39 

83. 1. 1460 a 



552 

Untitled (horses and soldiers), 1914 
Lithograph on wove paper 
5 5 /ie x 4V16 in. (13.5 x 10.3 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 4 (1914): 43 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
exhibition: Reed under 308 
83.1.1189 a 





549 





550 



551 




552 



Feininger 



161 




554 




''■'( 




A^ 



553 




553 

Untitled (woman pleading), c. 1915 

Lithograph on wove paper 

5 5 /i6 x 4V8 in. (13.5 x 10.5 cm) 

From special edition of Zeit-Echo 1, no. 

7 (i9i5) : 97 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (43) on table of 

contents 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 308 

83.1.1192 c 

554 

Untitled (group of nudes and horse), 

c 1919 

Lithograph and watercolor on laid paper 

5% x 7 u /i6 in. (14.6 x 19.5 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fur Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 10 (1919) 

inscription: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

PROVENANCE: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 290 

83.1.1332 a 



555 

Das Tor, 1912 

(The gate) 

Etching on wove paper 

i6'/8 x 12% in. (41.0 x 32.0 cm) 

From portfolio Die Schaffenden 1, no. 1 

(Weimar: Gustav Kiepenheuer Verlag, 

1919); from edition of 100 (total edition 

of 125) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1.; publisher's 

stamp, 1.1. 

provenance: Karl & Faber, Munich, 

26-27 May 1971, lot 644 

reference: Prasse E 52; Jahn and 

Berger 1 

EXHIBITION: Reed 223 

M.82.288.59 

556 

Fischerboot im Regen, c. 1917 

(Fishing boat in the rain) 

Etching on wove paper 

4 5 /i6 x 5V2 in. (11.0 x 13.9 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

1, no. 3 (1917) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (32/110) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 

Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

REFERENCE: Prasse, p. 258, no. 17 
EXHIBITION: Reed 283/4 
83.1.1087 b 



Lyonel Feininger 

born 1871 

New York, New York 

died 1956 

New York, New York 



556 



162 



Feininger 



557 

Da-Da 1, 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4^16 x 3 7 /i6 in. (11.6 x 8.8 cm) 

From Adolf Knoblauch, Dada, Der 

jiingste Tag, no. 73/74 (Leipzig: Kurt 

Wolff Verlag, 1919), frontispiece 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

21 November 1974. part of lot 1758 

REFERENCE: Prasse W 91 

83.1.391a 

558 

Hansaflotte, 1918 

(Hansa fleet) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6V2 x 8% in. (16.5 x 21.9 cm) 

From Kurt Pfister, ed. , Deutsche 

Graphiker der Gegenwart (Leipzig: 

Klinkhardt & Biermann, 1920), p. 23; 

edition of 600 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

REFERENCE: PraSSe W 115 

exhibition: Reed under 339 
83.1.171 p 

559 

Rathaus, Zottelstedt, 1918 
(Town hall, Zottelstedt) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
4V2 x 5V2 in. (11.4 x 14.0 cm) 
From Ja! Stimmen des Arbeitsrates fur 
Kunst in Berlin (Berlin-Charlottenburg: 
Photographische Gesellschaft, 1919), 
frontispiece; edition of 55 
PROVENANCE: unknown 
REFERENCE: Prasse W 37 
exhibition: Reed under 368B 
83- 1-354 a 

560 

Rue St. Jacques, Paris, 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5% x 4V2 in. (13.6 x 11.5 cm) 

From Paul Erich Kiippers, ed., Das 

Kestnerbuch (Hannover: Heinrich 

Bohme Verlag, 1919), following p. 112 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 13-18 May 1973, part of lot 

4076 

reference: Prasse W 46 11 

exhibition: Reed 321/11 

83.1.140 k 

561 

Segler, 1918 

(Sailboat) 

Woodcut on J. W. Zanders paper 

7 x 7V16 in. (17.7 x 18.0 cm) 

From portfolio Die Fibel (Darmstadt: 

Karl Lang Verlag, 1919) 

inscription: signed, 1.1. 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

REFERENCE: Prasse W 99 II 

exhibition: Reed under 338 

83.1.18 b 




558 




561 





557 




560 



Feininger 



163 




562 







566 



562 

Dorf, c. 1918-19 

(Village) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 13 /i6 x 7 I5 /i6 in. (17.3 x 20. 1 cm) 

From Das Kunstblatt 4, no. 1 (1920) 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

REFERENCE: Prasse W 301 

EXHIBITION: Reed 283/33 

83.1.1147 a 

563 

Kathedrale, 1919 

(Cathedral) 

Woodcut on gray-blue newsprint 

12 x 7% in. (30.5 x 18.7 cm) 

From brochure Programm des 

Staatlichen Bauhauses in Weimar (April 

1919), cover 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

date of purchase unknown 

reference: Prasse W 144 I. B 

exhibition: Reed 395; Rigby, p. 105, 

fig- 9i 
83.1.3 a 

564 

Marine, c. 1919 

(Navy) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 15 /i6 x 8%6 in. (17.6 x 21.8 cm) 

From Die rote Erde 1, no. 8/10 

(1920): 261 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

reference: Prasse W 66 

exhibition: Reed under 298 

83. 1.972 f 

565 

Schiffe am Hafenquai, 1919 
(Ships at harbor quay) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
6% x g 13 /i6 in. (17.1 x 25.0 cm) 
From Das Kunstblatt 3, no. 2 (1919) 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
REFERENCE: Prasse W 116 
exhibition: Reed 283/32 
83.1.1136 a 

566 

Segelboote mit Mond, 1919 

(Sailboats with moon) 

Woodcut on thin laid paper 

5 u /ie x 6 u /i6 in. (14.8 x 17.0 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Paul Westheim, 

Das Holzschnittbuch (Potsdam: Gustav 

Kiepenheuer Verlag, 1921), following 

p. 168 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(15/100) on justification page 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

REFERENCE: Prasse W 183 III 

EXHIBITION: Reed 319/2 

83- 1- 199 b 



164 



Feininger 



Max Feldbauer 



born 1869 

Neumarkt 



died 1948 Munich 



Conrad Felixmiiller 
born 1897 Dresden 
died 1977 Berlin 



567 

Buttelstedt, 1920 
Woodcut on wove paper 
8 x 6'/8 in. (20.3 x 15.5 cm) 
From Georg Biermann, ed.,Jahrbuch 
derjungen Kunst (Leipzig: Klinkhardt 
& Biermann, 1920), following p. 204 
PROVENANCE: Bismarck Buchhandlung, 
Charlottenburg (ex libris, cover); 
Ganymede Graphics, Berkeley; 
purchased in 1974 
reference: Prasse W 208 
EXHIBITION: Reed 320/1920.4 
83. 1.798 e 



568 

Husaren in Angriff, 1914 

(Hussars attacking) 

Lithograph with pale orange watercolor 

on wove paper 

15% x I2 15 /i6 in. (39. 7 x 32.8 cm) 

From portfolio Kriegsbilderbogen 

Miinchner Kiinstler (Munich: 

Goltzverlag, [c. 1914]), pi. 3 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; publisher's 

stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Christie's, London, 5 July 

1979, part of lot 178 

M. 82.288.381 b 

569 

Untitled (mounted officer), c. 1915 
Lithograph on wove paper 
6 x 4% in. (15.3 x 12. 1 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 8 (1915): 109 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 308 
83- 1- 1193 a 




567 



570 

Abraham und Isaak, 1913 

(Abraham and Isaac) 

Woodcut on orange wove paper 

4% x g 7 /i6 in. (12. 1 x 24.0 cm) 

From Menschen 1, no. 2 (1918): 2 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 

REFERENCE: Sbhn 32c 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 289 

83.1.1362 c 

571 

Pharao und Joseph, 1914 

(Pharaoh and Joseph) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

10 x 8Vs in. (25.4 x 20.7 cm) 

From Der Sturm 6, no. 3/4 (1915): 19; 

the center also has an impression from 

Menschen 1, no. 2 (1918): 2 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

reference: Sbhn 55b 

83.1.1392.18 





569 




571 




570 



Felixmiiller 



165 





572 





575 




572 

Untitled (mother and child), 1914 
Brush and black ink on wove paper 
8V2 x 5V8 in. (21.3 x 13.0 cm) 
inscription: initialed and dated, 1.1. 
provenance: E. A. Buck (stamp, 
verso); Galerie Wolfgang Ketterer, 
Munich, 26 November 1973, lot 398 
exhibition: Reed 412 
Study for the woodcut Galgenlied 
(Sohn 16) 
M. 82. 288. 329 

573 

Bildnis Karl Liebknecht, 1916 
(Portrait of Karl Liebknecht) 
Woodcut on laid paper 
3 3 /i6 x 3 in. (8. 1 x 7.7 cm) 
From Menschen 2, no. 2 (1919): 1 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 
reference: Sohn 88b (as original) 
exhibition: Reed under 28g; Chipp 142 
(as reproduction); Rigby III, 6 (as 
reproduction) 

83.1. 1379 d 

574 

Selbstbildnis, 1916 

(Self-portrait) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

6% x 6 in. (17.2 x 15.3 cm) 

From Der Weg 1, no. 5/6 (1919): 1 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1976 

REFERENCE: Sbhn 85b 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 305; Chipp 140 

83.1.1217 a 

575 

Vater und Sohn reichen sich im Beisein 
vonMondund Sternen die Hande, 1916 
(Father and son reach toward each other 
in the presence of the moon and stars) 
Woodcut on orange wove paper 
11% x 9% in. (29.8 x 24.8 cm) 
From Menschen 1, no. 2 (1918): 3 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 
reference: Sohn 86b 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 289 
83.1.1362 b 

576 

Bedriicktsein im Atelier, 1917 
(Depressed in the studio) 
Woodcut on green thin wove paper 
11% x 9 13 /i6 in. (29.8 x 24.9 cm) 
From Menschen 1, no. 1 (1918): 4 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 
REFERENCE: Sohn 99b 
exhibition: Reed under 289 
83.1.1361 b 



576 



166 



Felixmiiller 



577 

Bess Brenck-Kalischer, 1917 
Woodcut on wove paper 
2 I3 /i6 x 3 7 /i6 in. (7.2 x 8.7 cm) 
From Menschen 1, no. 3 (1918): 3 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 
REFERENCE: Sohn 114b 
exhibition: Beed under 289 
83- 1- 13 6 3 e 

578 

Der Dichter Rudolf Dietrich, 1917 
(The poet Budolf Dietrich) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
4 5 /i6 x 3'/i in. (11.0 x 8.2 cm) 
From Menschen 1, no. 3 (1918): 2 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 
reference: Sohn 101b 
exhibition: Beed under 289 
83.1.1363 c 

579 

Der Dichter Walter Rheiner, 1917 
(The poet Walter Bheiner) 
Woodcut on orange wove paper 
n 13 /i6 x 9'/i6 in. (30.0 x 23. 1 cm) 
From Menschen 1, no. 2 (1918): 4 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 
REFERENCE: Sohn 105c 
exhibition: Reed under 289 
83. 1. 1362 e 

580 

Fur Anastasia Dimitriewa, 1917 

(For Anastasia Dimitrieva) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 5 /i6 x 3V4 in. (10.9 x 8.2 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 9/10 (1918): 119 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

reference: Sohn 106b 

83.1.531b 

581 

Kopf Londa, 1917 

(Head of Londa) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 5 /i6 x 2% in. (11.0 x 7.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 3/4 (1918): 40 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

REFERENCE: S6hn 103b 

83.1. 1529 d 

582 

Kopf Londa 2, 1917 

(Head of Londa 2) 

Lithograph on japan paper 

7% x 6'/8 in. (20.0 x 15.5 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

2, no. 1 (1918) 

inscription: numbered (32/110) on 

justification page 

provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 

Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

REFERENCE: Sbhn 112 

EXHIBITION: Reed 283/5 

83.1.1111 b 





577 






£.?; 




581 



582 



Felixmiiller 



167 




584 





583 



F/v\. 



585 





583 

Menschen, 1917 

(Humanity) 

Woodcut on thin wove orange paper 

18 x 5 7 /s in. (45.8 x 14.9 cm) 

Announcement for periodical 

Menschen; the block was used for the 

title page of each issue; for the first year 

(1918) the center has all ten issues (two 

copies of no. 6), one special flier (21 

November 1918), and four additional 

promotional fliers 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1976 

REFERENCE: Sohn 119 

83.1.1360 a 

584 

Postulat, 1917 

(Postulate) 

Woodcut on purple wove paper 

5 15 /i6 x 5'/s in. (15.0 x 13.0 cm) 

From promotional flier for Menschen 1, 

no. 8 (1918), p. 2 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 

reference: Sohn 109c 

EXHIRITION: Reed under 289 

83.1.1371b 

585 

Zwischen Mann und Frau, 1917 
(Between man and woman) 
Lithograph on laid paper 
n'/4 x 8 3 /i in. (28.5 x 22.3 cm) 
inscription: signed, monogrammed, 
and dated, 1.1.; titled, I.e.; numbered 
(6/8), l.r. 

provenance: Graphik Salon Gerhart 
Sohn, Diisseldorf; purchased in 1978 
REFERENCE: Sohn 113 
EXHIBITION: Rigby 31 
M. 82.288.60 

586 

Bohmen, 1918 

(Bohemia) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 13 /i6 x 3% in. (14.7 x 8.6 cm) 

From Die schone Raritat 2, no. 8 

(1918): 128 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

REFERENCE: Sohn 152 

exhibition: Reed under 301 

83.1.1652 h 

587 

Bruckensprung, 1918 
(Leap from the bridge) 
Woodcut on green wove paper 
5V2 x 3% in. (14.0 x 8.5 cm) 
From Menschen 1, no. 5 (1918): 2 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 
REFERENCE: Sohn 127b 
exhibition: Reed under 289 
83.1.1366 b 



587 



168 



Felixmiiller 



588 

Erich H. Miiller, 1918 
Woodcut on wove paper 
3% x 2 13 /i6 in. (9.9 x 7. 1 cm) 
From Menschen 1, no. 3 (1918): 2 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 
REFERENCE: Sohn 131a 
exhibition: Reed under 289 
83-1- i3 6 3d 

589 

Felixmiiller— Selbstportrdt, 1918 

(Felixmiiller— self-portrait) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 7 /8 x 2'/2 in. (9.9 x 6.3 cm) 

From Menschen 1, no. 3 (1918): 3 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 

REFERENCE: S6hn 133a 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 289 
83.1. 1363 f 

590 

Felix Stiemer, 1918 
Woodcut on wove paper 
4 3 /4 x 2 15 /i6 in. (12.1x7.5 cm) 
From Menschen 1, no. 3 (1918): 4 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 
REFERENCE: Sohn 134a 
exhibition: Reed under 289 
83.1.136311 

591 

Heinar Schilling, 1918 
Woodcut on wove paper 
4 5 /i6 x 2% in. (11.0 x 7.0 cm) 
From Menschen 1, no. 3 (1918): 3 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 
REFERENCE: Sohn 130a 
exhibition: Reed under 289 
83- 1- i3 6 3g 

592 

Lautenspielerin, 1918 
(Woman playing lute) 
Woodcut on purple wove paper 
4 5 /8 x 4 5 /i6 in. (11.7 x 10.9 cm) 
From Menschen 1, no. 8 (1918): 4 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 
REFERENCE: Sohn 146c 
exhibition: Reed under 289 
83.1. 1372 h 

593 

Liebesfrucht, 1918 

(Fruit of love) 

Lithograph printed in dark brown on 

olive green wove paper 

17% x n'/s in. (45.2 x 28.3 cm) 

From edition of about 30 

inscription: signed and dated, 1.1. ; 

titled. I.e.; inscribed "lithographie," l.r. 

provenance: Graphik Salon Gerhart 

Sohn, Diisseldorf; purchased in 1978 

REFERENCE: S6hn 143 

M. 82.288.63 





588 



589 





590 




592 




593 



Felixmiiller 



169 





594 



595 





596 




594 

Madchen unter Bdumen, 1918 

(Girl under trees) 

Woodcut on green wove paper 

9% x 5 13 /i6 in. (24.7 x 14.7 cm) 

From Menschen 1, no. 7 (1918): 3 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 

REFERENCE: Sbhn I24C 

exhibition: Reed under 289 

83.1.1370 c 

595 

Morgen, 1918 

(Morning) 

Woodcut on purple wove paper 

4 7 /i6 x 7 in. (11.2 x 17.8 cm) 

From promotional flier for Menschen 1, 

no. 8 (1918), p. 2 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 

REFERENCE: Sbhn 158b 

exhibition: Reed under 289 

83.1.1371 d 

596 

Mutter, 1918 

(Mother) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8 7 /s x 3I/2 in. (22.5 x 8.9 cm) 

From Das Kunstblatt 3, no. 3 (1919) 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen, purchased in 1975 

reference: Sbhn 157b 

exhibition: Reed 283/53 

83.1.1137 a 

597 

Offenes Hoar, 1918 

(Undone hair) 

Woodcut on purple wove paper 

11% x n 13 /i6 in. (29.8 x 30.0 cm) 

From promotional flier for Menschen 1, 

no. 8 (1918). p. 4 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 

REFERENCE: Sbhn 136b 

exhibition: Reed under 289 

83.1. 1371 e 

598 

Programm, 1918 

(Program) 

Woodcut on purple wove paper 

3 7 /i6 x 6'/s in. (8.8 x 15.6 cm) 

From promotional flier for Menschen 1, 

no. 8 (1918), p. 2 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 

REFERENCE: Sbhn 132b 

exhibition: Reed under 289 

83.1.1371c 



598 



170 



Felix mulier 



599 

Der rote Hahn, 1918 
(The red rooster) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
3% x 2 15 /i6 in. (9.5 x 7.4 cm) 
From Gottfried Benn, Diesterweg, Der 
rote Hahn, no. 8 (Berlin-Wilmersdorf: 
Verlagdie Aktion, 1918), p. 29 
provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 
13- 14 November 1974, part of lot 1936 
REFERENCE: Sohn 169 (as 1919; this 
edition not cited) 
83.1.674 a 

600 

Schwangere, 1918 

(Pregnant woman) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6V2 x 3 9 /i6 in. (16.5 x 9.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 18 (1919): 259 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

REFERENCE: Sohn 148b 

L. 84. 5. 83 b; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

601 

Selbstbild, 1918 

(Self-portrait) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

4 13 /i6 x 2 15 /i6 in. (12.3 x 7.5 cm) 

From Menschen 2, no. 2 (1919): 3 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 

REFERENCE: S6hn I47C 

exhihition: Reed under 289 
831- 1379 g 

602 

Soldat im lrrenhaus, 1918 
(Soldier in a madhouse) 
Lithograph printed in red and blue- 
violet on laid paper 
lS'/s x i2 3 /i6 in. (38.4 x 31.0 cm) 
From edition of about 20 
inscription: signed and dated, l.r.; 
inscribed "farbige lithographie," 1.1. 
PROVENANCE: Kunsthaus Lempertz, 
Cologne, 3-4 December 1980, lot 324 
REFERENCE: Sohn 150 
EXHIBITION: Rigby 29 

M. 82.287. 16 

603 

Soldat im lrrenhaus 2, 1918 
(Soldier in a madhouse 2) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i3 7 /i6 x 11 in. (34.2 x 28.0 cm) 
From portfolio Die Schaffenden 1, no. 2 
(Weimar: Gustav Kiepenheuer Verlag, 
1919); from edition of 100 (total edition 
of 125) 

inscription: signed and dated, 1.1.; 
tided, I.e.; inscribed "Lithographie," l.r. 
provenance: Kunsthaus Lempertz, 
Cologne, 19 July 1982, lot 194 
reference: Sohn 150a; Jahnand 
Berger 15 

EXHIBITION: Rigby 30 
M. 82. 287. 17 





599 





602 




601 



Felixmiiller 



171 





605 



604 






604 

Walter Rheiner, 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3% x 3 in. (8.5 x 7.6 cm) 

From Menschen 1, no. 3 (1918): 2 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 

REFERENCE: Sohn 129a 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 289; Rigby 

IV, 5 

83.1.1363 b 

605 

Frau am Fenster, 1919 

(Woman at window) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9V2 x 6% in. (24. 1x16.8 cm) 

From Die rote Erde 1, no. 6 (1919): 171 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich: 

purchased in 1975 

REFERENCE: Sohn 191b 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 298 

83. 1.970 d 

606 

Mutter und Kind, 1919 

(Mother and child) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 15 /i6 x 3% in. (15.0 x 8.5 cm) 

From Die Ahtion 10, no. 25/26 (1920): 

351 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

REFERENCE: Sohn 183b 

L.84.5.87 c; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

607 

Mutter und Kind 2, 1919 

(Mother and child 2) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6% x 2 15 /i6 in. (16.2 x 7.4 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 18 (1919): 278 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

REFERENCE: Sohn 166b 

L. 84. 5. 83 c; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

608 

Mutter und Kind 3, 1919 

(Mother and child 3) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 15 /i6 x 3 J /i in. (10.0 x 8.3 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 28 (1919): 462 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 



REFERENCE: Sohn 168b 
L.84.5.85 b; lent by the Robert Gore 
Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 
California 



606 



172 



Felix miiUer 



609 

Paar, 1919 

(Couple) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 13 /i6 x 5 15 /i6 in. (14.8 x 15.0 cm) 

From Die rote Erde 1, no. 6 (1919): 165 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

REFERENCE: Sohn 180b 

exhibition: Reed under 298 

83. 1.970 c 

610 

Selbstbildnis, 1919 

(Self-portrait) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9 7 /i6 x 6"/i6 in. (24.0 x 17.0 cm) 

From Kurt Pfister, ed. , Deutsche 

Graphiker der Gegemvart (Leipzig: 

Klinkhardt & Biermann, 1920), pi. 24; 

edition of 600 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

REFERENCE: Sohn 189b 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 339 

83.1.171 q 

611 

Toter Genosse, 1919 

(Dead comrade) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

6% x 5 9 /i6 in. (17.2 x 14.2 cm) 

From Paul Erich Kiippers, ed., Das 

Kestnerbuch (Hannover: Heinrich 

Bohme Verlag, 1919), following p. 52 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 13-18 May 1973, part of lot 

4076 

REFERENCE: Sohn 76b 

exhibition: Reed 321/6; Rigby iv, 4 

83.1.140 f 

612 

Untitled (cover), 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

io 7 /i6 x 5 15 /i6 in. (26.5 x 15.0 cm) 

From Sezession Gruppe 1919, exh. cat. 

(Dresden: Verlag Emil Richter, 1919) 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1974 

REFERENCE: Sohn 163 

Poor condition 

83.1.566 a 

613 

Selbstbildnis mit Frau, c. 1920-21 

(Self-portrait with wife) 

Woodcut on thin wove paper 

I5 13 /i6 x 15% in. (40. 1 x 40.0 cm) 

Trial proof of line block of color woodcut 

(cat. no. 614) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; inscribed 

"15/15 Holzschnitt, 11. Zustand, 

Probedruck der Conturenplatte des 

fbg.,"l.l. 

PROVENANCE: Kunsthaus Lempertz, 

Cologne, 19 May 1979, lot 248 

REFERENCE: Sohn 233 

exhibition: Barton 85 

M. 82.288.64 







610 



1 Verlsq 
lE.Wchrer 



612 




Felix mii Her 



173 




614 





614 

Selbstbildnis mit Frau, ig2i 
(Self-portrait with wife) 
Woodcut printed in orange, red, blue, 
and tan on handmade paper 
15% x 15% in. (40.0 x 40.0 cm) 
From edition of about 10 
inscription: signed and titled, l.r.; 
inscribed "farbiger holzschnitt," 1.1. 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1978 
REFERENCE: S6hn 234 
exhibition: Barton 86; Chipp 36 
M. 82.288.61 

615 

Liebespaar, 1923 

(Lovers) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8 7 /8 x 6% in. (22.5 x 16.8 cm) 

From Georg Biermann, ed.,]ahrbuch 

derjungen Kunst (Leipzig: Klinkhardt 

& Biermann, 1923), before p. 319 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

REFERENCE: Sohn 314 

exhibition: Reed 320/1923.4; 
Rigby IV, 3 
83. 1.801 d 

616 

Noch sind nicht alle Mdrze vorbei, 1923 

(All the months of March have not yet 

passed) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 5 /i6 x 5 15 /ie in. (8.4 x 15.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 13, no. 5 (1923): cover 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

REFERENCE: S6hn 316 

L. 84.5. 121 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



615 



174 



Felixmiiller 



617 

ABC: Ein geschiitteltes, gekniitteltes 
Alphabet in Bildern mit Versen von 
Londa und Conrad Felixmiiller 

(ABC: A nonsense alphabet in pictures 
with verses by Londa and Conrad 
Felixmiiller) 

Book with 16 woodcuts with watercolor 
(except title page, which is printed in 
color) on handmade paper 
Published by Emil Boden, Dresden, 
1925; one of about 10 hand-colored 
copies (total edition of 350) 
inscription: signed and numbered 
(82/100) on p. 2; inscribed 
"Eigenhandigcoloriert, C. 
Felixmiiller" on p. 2 
provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 
Ketterer, Munich, 1 December 1980, 
lot 494 

REFERENCE: Sbhn 348-63 
83. 1.656 a-p 

1. Untitled (title page), 1925 
Printed in red and blue 
7 15 /ie x 9 7 /s in. (20.2 x 25. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Sbhn 348 
83.1.656 a 

2. Untitled (dedication page), 1925 
With purple, green, yellow, and 
pale pink watercolor 

7 7 /s x g I3 /i6 in. (20.0 x 25.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Sbhn 349 
83.1.656 b 

3. A-B, 1925 

With pink, yellow, blue, purple, 
orange, and green watercolor 
7% x 9 13 /i6 in. (20.0 x 24.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Sbhn 350 
83.1.656 c 

4. C-D, 1925 

With orange, blue, yellow, red, 
purple, and green watercolor 
7% x 9 13 /i6 in. (20.0 x 25.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Sbhn 351 
83. 1.656 d 

5. E-F, 1925 

With green, blue, yellow, orange, 

and purple watercolor 

7 13 /i6 x 9% in. (19.9 x 24.8 cm) 

REFERENCE: Sbhn 352 

83.1.6566 

6. G-H, 1925 

With blue, green, and orange 

watercolor 

7 7 /s x g 13 /i6 in. (20.0 x 25.0 cm) 

REFERENCE: Sbhn 353 

83. 1.656 f 

7. /-/, 1925 

With yellow, red, green, orange, 
purple, blue, and ocher watercolor 
7% x g 7 /s in. (20.0 x 25. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Sbhn 354 
83.1.656 g 

8. K-L, 1925 

With orange, yellow, blue, green, 
purple, and red watercolor 
7 7 /a x 9 13 /i6 in. (20.0 x 25.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Sbhn 355 
83. 1.656 h 




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617-3 



617-4 





617-5 



617-6 



ndiwier spielen miM viel Sp&ssl 





Felixmiiller 



175 




617-9 




617-11 




617-13 




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9. M-1V, 1925 

With orange, green, red, blue, 
yellow, and purple watercolor 
7 13 /i6 x g 13 /i6 in. (19.9 x 24.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: S6hn 356 
83.1.656! 

10. O-P, 1925 

With green, purple, blue, red, 
orange, and yellow watercolor 
7 7 /8 x 9 I3 /i6 in. (20.0 x 25.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Sohn 357 
83.1. 656 j 

11. Q-R, 1925 

With orange, red, yellow, blue, 
green, purple, and pink watercolor 
7 13 /i6 x g 13 /i6 in. (19.9 x 24.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: S6hn 358 
83.1.656 k 

12. S-T, 1925 

With purple, blue, green, orange, 
and yellow watercolor 
7 7 /s x g 13 /i6 in. (20.0 x 25.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Sohn 359 
83.1.656 1 

13. U-V, 1925 

With blue, green, red, yellow, 
orange, and purple watercolor 
7 7 /8 x 9 7 /8 in. (20.0 x 25. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Sohn 360 
83.1.656 m 

14. W-X, 1925 

With blue, yellow, pink, green, 
orange, and purple watercolor 
7 7 /8 x 9 ,3 /i6 in. (20.0 x 25.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Sohn 361 
83.1.656 n 

15. Y-Z, 1925 

With orange, ocher, blue, pink, 
yellow, and green watercolor 
7 7 /s x 9 13 /i6 in. (20.0 x 25.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Sohn 362 
83.1.6560 

16. Schlussblatt zum Bilderbuch ABC, 

1925 

(End page to the picture book ABC) 

With yellow, blue, and rose 

watercolor 

4 13 /i6 x 6 5 /i6 in. (12.2 x 16.0 cm) 

reference: Sohn 363 

83. 1.656 p 



617-15 



617-16 



176 



Felixmiiller 



Maximilian von 
Fichard 



born 1836 Lvov, 
Galicia 



618 

Bikinis Max Liebermann, 1926 
(Portrait of Mas Liebermann) 
Woodcut on wove paper with 
watermark of the Hamburger 
Griffelkunst-Vereinigung 
10//2 x i5 7 /i6 in. (49.7 x 39.2 cm) 
From edition of about 40 
inscription: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Galerie Saxonia, Munich; 
purchased in 1978 
REFERENCE: Sohn 366 b 
EXHIBITION: Barton 87; Chipp 37 
M. 82.288.62 



Valer von Ferencky 619 

Ceneraloberst von Mackensen, 1915 
died 1955 (Senior General von Mackensen) 

Budapest, Hungary Lithograph on wove paper 

14 x 11 in. (35.5 x 28.0 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 45 (1915): 4 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/40 
83.1.1443 d 

620 

Heerfiihrer im Osten—Exzellenz von 
Linsingen, 1915 
(Army commander in the east- 
Excellency von Linsingen) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
n 7 /i6 x 9% in. (29.0 x 23.5 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 49 (1915): 1 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 
EXHIBITION: Reed 281/41 

83.1.1447 a 

621 

Heerfiihrer im Osten— General Boehm- 

Ermolli, 1915 

(Army commander in the east— General 

Boehm-Ermolli) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

12 x io'/j in. (30.5 x 26.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 50 (1915): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: not in Reed under 281 

83.1.1448 a 




618 



622 

Motiv aus Strassburg, 1891 

(Motif from Strasbourg) 

Etching on Van Gelder Zonen paper 

3X4 1 /2in. (7.7.x 11.5 cm) 

From Pan 4, no. 3 (1898): following 182 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

reference: Dennerlein 2121 

83.1.1357 c 




620 




619 




621 





Fingesten 



177 




623 




625 





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CHRONIK 



626 



623 

Untitled (Cubist composition), c. 1913 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9 7 /i6 x 6V4 in. (24.0 x 15.8 cm) 

From Der Sturm 4, no. 182/183 ( 1 9 1 3) : 

117 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1391.78 

624 

Kopf, c. 1914 

(Head) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7'/i6 x 5V4 in. (17.9 x 14.0 cm) 

From Der Sturm 4, no. 198/199 (1914): 

177 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1391.80 



625 

Bhawani, c. 1918 
Lithograph on wove paper 
io 3 /i6 x 7 n /i6 in. (25.8 x 19.5 cm) 
From deluxe edition of Marsyas, no. 5 
(1918): 125; total edition of 235 
inscription: signed, l.r.; numbered 
(xxvn/xxxv) on justification page 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
exhibition: Reed under 288 
83.1.1665 m 

626 

Chronik, 1918 

(Chronicle) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

5 7 /s x 6VS in. (15.0 x 16.6 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Marsyas, no. 5 

(1918): 153; total edition of 235 

INSCRIPTION: signed, u.r.; numbered 

(xxvn/xxxv) on justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 288 

83. 1. 1665 aa 

627 

Untitled (man at window), c. 1918 
Lithograph on wove paper 
9 5 /i6 x 6V2 in. (23.7 x 16.5 cm) 
From deluxe edition of Marsyas, no. 5 
(1918): 129; total edition of 235 
inscription: signed, l.r.; numbered 
(xxvn/xxxv) on justification page 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
exhibition: Reed under 288 
83.1.1665 n 



Emil Filla 

born 1882 

Chropyne. Moravia 

died 1953 Prague, 
Czechoslovakia 



Michl Fingesten 

born 1884 
Buczkowitz 

died 1943Cosenza, 
Italy 



627 



178 



Fingesten 

628 

Marsyas, 1919 

Drypoint on japan paper 

5'/4 x 6Vs in. (13-3 x 15.5 cm) 

First state; from deluxe edition of 

Marsyas, no. 6 (1919); the issue also 

contains impressions of the second state 

(signed, l.r.; inscribed "11 Zust.," 1.1.) 

and the published state (p. 225; signed, 

l.r.); total edition of 235 in the published 

state 

inscription: signed, l.r; inscribed "1 

Zust.," 1.1.; numbered (xxvu/xxxv) on 

justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 288 

83.1.1666 cc 

629 

Untitled (man and woman on couch), 

c 1919 

Drypoint on japan paper 

8"/i6 x 6V2 in. (22. 1 x 16.5 cm) 

First state; from deluxe edition of 

Marsyas, no. 6 (1919); the issue also 

contains an impression of the published 

state (p. 189); total edition of 235 in the 

published state 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xxvu/xxxv) 

on justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 288 

83.1. 1666 d 

630 

Untitled (couple in landscape), c. 1919 

Drypoint on japan paper 

8 u /i6 x 6V4 in. (22.0 x 16.5 cm) 

First state; from deluxe edition of 

Marsyas, no. 6 (1919); the issue also 

contains impressions of the second state 

(signed, l.r; inscribed "11 Zust.," 1.1.) 

and the published state (p. 193; signed, 

l.r.); total edition of 235 in the published 

state 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xxvu/xxxv) 

on justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 288 

83.1. 1666 f 



Ernesto de Fiori 631 

Cesang, c. 1915 

born 1884 Rome, (Singing) 

Italy Lithograph on laid paper 

4% x 5 7 /i6 in. (12. 1 x 13.8 cm) 

died 1945 From Zeit-Echo 2, no. 10 (1915-16): 

Sao Paulo, Brazil 151 

provenance: gift of Elmar Seibel, 1983 
L.86. 175 b; lent by the Robert Gore 
Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 
California 




628 




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629 



630 




631 




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179 







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633 



634 







638 



636 



632 

Untitled (couple), c. 1915 
Lithograph on laid paper 
5V8 x 5 in. (13.0 x 12.7 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 2, no. 7 (1915-16): 98 
provenance: gift of Elmar Seibel, 1983 
L. 86. 1.72 a; lent by the Robert Gore 
Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 
California 

633 

Untitled (head of a woman), c. 1916 

Lithograph on laid paper 

5 13 /i6 x 4 in. (14.7 x 10.2 cm) 

From Zeit-Echo 2, no. 13 (1915-16): 

200 

provenance: gift of Elmar Seibel, 1983 

L. 86. 1.78 b; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



634 

Peripherie des Gleisdreiecks, c. 1923 
(Periphery of Gleisdreiecks station) 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
3 n /i6 x 4 7 /8 in. (9.4 x 12.4 cm) 
From Der Sturm 14, no. 4 (1923): 53: 
the image also appears on the cover 
provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83- 1- 1395-31 

635 

Telegraphie, c. 1923 

(Telegraphy) 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

4V1 x 3 9 /ie in. (11.4 x 9. 1 cm) 

From Der Sturm 14, no. 4 (1923): 55 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83- 1- 1395- 32 

636 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1924 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

4 la /i6 x 3% in. (12.3 x 9.2 cm) 

From Der Sturm 15, no. 1 (1924): 31 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83-1- 1396-6 

637 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1924 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

3'/8 x 4% in. (8.0 x 11. 1 cm) 

From Der Sturm 15, no. 2 (1924): 107 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83- 1- 1396- 14 



638 

Gewitterstimmung, c. 1896 

(Stormy atmosphere) 

Etching on laid paper 

7% x 7 13 /i6 in. (18.8 x 19.8 cm) 

From Pan 2, no. 2 (1896): following 92 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

reference: Dennerlein 973 

83- 1- 1352 g 



Oskar Fischer 

born 1892 
Karlsruhe 

died 1955 
Berlin-Kopenick 



Otto Fischer 

born 1870 Leipzig 
died 1947 Dresden 



180 



Fischer 



Paul Fischer 


639 




Fischfang, c. 1924 


born 1860 


(Fishing) 


Copenhagen, 


Woodcut on wove paper 


Denmark 


5% x 4 5 /s in. (14.3 x 11.7 cm) 




From Karl Dietz, ed\, Schwarzer Greif: 


died 1934 


Ein Almanack auf das Jahr 2925 




(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), p. 85 




PROVENANCE: unknown 




83- 1-549 1 


Pierre Flouquet 


640 




Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1925 


born 1900 Paris, 


Linoleum cut on wove paper 


France 


jVe x 3% in. (18. 1 x 9.6 cm) 




From Der Sturm 16, no. 9 (1925): 125 


died 1967 Dilbeek, 


provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 


Belgium 


purchased in 1982 




83.1.1396.44 




641 




Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1925 




Linoleum cut on wove paper 




7V2 x 5 5 /i6 in. (19.0 x 13.5 cm) 




From Der Sturm 16, no. 9 (1925): 132 




provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 




purchased in 1982 




83.1.1396.45 




642 




Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1925 




Linoleum cut on wove paper 




7'/8 x 4V16 in. (18. 1 x 10.3 cm) 




From Der Sturm 16, no. 9 (1925): 133 




provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 




purchased in 1982 




83.1.1396.46 




643 




Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1925 




Linoleum cut on wove paper 




7%x4 9 /i6in. (18.7 x 11.6 cm) 




From Der Sturm 16, no. 10 (1925): 139; 




the image also appears on the cover 




provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 




purchased in 1982 




83.1.1396.48 




644 




Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1925 




Linoleum cut on wove paper 




7% x 4 5 /s in. (18.7 x 11.7 cm) 




From Der Sturm 16, no. 10 (1925): 141 




provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 




purchased in 1982 




83-1- 139 6 -49 



Hans Freese 645 

Ophelia, 1917 
born 1889 Lithograph on japan paper 

Oldenburg lo'/ie x 9% in. (25.5 x 24.8 cm) 

From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 
died 1953 Berlin (Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 

from edition A (total edition of 200) 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r.; 

numbered (xiv/l) on justification page; 

publisher's blind stamp, l.r. 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

EXHIBITION: Reed 336/22 

M. 82. 288. 384.22 





639 



640 





642 





644 



Freundlich 



181 




645 





649 




648 





650 




646 

Ekstase, c. 1917 

(Ecstasy) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5V16 x 4V2 in. (12.9 x 11.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 1/2 (1918): cover 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1528 a 

647 

Akt, c. 1918 

(Nude) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6'/s x l3 /i6 in. (i5-'6 x 2.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 37/38 (1918): 

471 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1540 b 

648 

Akt, c. 1918 

(Nude) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

i 7 /i6 x 6% in. (3.7 x 17. 1 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 37/38 (1918): 

483-84 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1. 1540 f 

649 

Cellospieler, c. 1918 

(Cellist) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6'/s x 3'/8 in. (15.6 x 8.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 37/38 (1918): 

482 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1540 c 

650 

Landschaft, c. 1918 

(Landscape) 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

i'/i6 x 7% in. (2.7 x 19.7 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 13/14 (1918): 

165-66; not identified as an original 

linoleum cut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1532 a 

651 

Liegender Akt, c. 1918 

(Reclining nude) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

i 9 /i6 x 6% in. (3.9 x 17. 1 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 37/38 (1918): 

485-86 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83- 1- 1540 g 



Otto Freundlich 

born 1878Stolp 

died 1943 

Lublin-Maidanek. 

Poland 



182 



Freundlich 



652 

Der Mensch in der Landschaft, e. 1918 

(Figure in landscape) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 9 /i6 x 4% in. (14.2 x 11. 1 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 37/38 (1918): 

474 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
83.1.1540 c 

653 

Portrat, c. 1918 

(Portrait) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 15 /i6 x 5 J /i6 in. (15.0 x 12.8 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 37/38 (1918): 

477-78 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83. 1.1540 d 

654 

Selbstportrdt, c. 1918 

(Self-portrait) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 15 /i6 x 4% in. (12.6 x 12.4 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 37/38 (1918): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1540 a 

655 

Volksblatt zum "Kommunistischen 

Manifest," c. 1918 

(Popular sheet to the Communist 

Manifesto) 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

io 13 /i6 x 7 3 /ie in. (27.5 x 18.2 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 17/18 (1918): 

229-30; not identified as an original 

linoleum cut; the center has two copies 

of this issue 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

L. 84. 5. 77 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

656 

Widmungsblatt "Die Aktion," c. 1918 

(Dedication page for Die Aktion) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 ! /4 x 3V4 in. (10.8 x 8.3 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 37/38 (1918): 

494 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
83.1.1540 h 





652 




654 




Friedmann-Otten 



183 




656 





657 



659 




657 

Widmungsblatt fur den "Roten Hahn,'' 

c. 1918 

(Dedication page for Der rote Hahn) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
5% x 3 7 /s in. (14.6 x 9.8 cm) 
From Franz Pfemfert, ed., Scherz, 
Satire, Ironie und tiefere Bedeutung, 
Der rote Hahn, no. 11 (Berlin- 
Wilmersdorf: Verlag die Aktion, 1918), 
p. 48; the image also appears in Hilde 
Stieler, Der Regenbogen, Der rote 
Hahn, no. 17 (Berlin-Wilmersdorf: 
Verlag die Aktion, 1918), p. 29 
PROVENANCE: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 
21 November 1974, part of lot 1936 
83.1.529 a 



658 


August Fricke 


Die Einfaltigen, c. 1912 




(The simple-minded) 


born 1875 


Lithograph on wove paper 


Gruningfeld 


9% x 7 13 /i6 in. (24.8 x 19.8 cm) 




From portfolio Sema (Munich: 




Delphin-Verlag, 1912) 




inscription: signed, l.r.; numbered 




(101/215) on justification page 




provenance: Karl & Faber, Munich, 




26-28 May 1977, part of lot 1475 




M. 82.288.383 c 





659 

"Es ist vollbracht" c. 1918 

("It is completed") 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 7 /s x 2 15 /i6 in. (17.4 x 7.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 11/12 (1918): 

144; not identified as an original 

woodcut; the center has two copies of 

this issue 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 75 g; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



Mizi Friedmann-Otten 



658 



184 



Friedmann-Otten 



660 

Untitled (cemetery), c. 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4M) x 2% in. (10.5 x 6. 1 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 15/16 (1918): 

196; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5.76 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

Calitornia 



Alexander Friedrich 661 

Erinnern, c. 1919 

born 1895 Hamburg (Remembering) 

Woodcut printed in blue-gray, yellow, 
pink, and blue on wove paper 
6% x 8 7 /8 in. (17.5 x 22.5 cm) 
From Menschen 2, no. 38/45 (1919): 3 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 
exhibition: Reed under 289 
83.1.1382 a 

662 

Orakel, c. 1919 

(Oracle) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 5 /s x 7V16 in. (16.8 x 18.0 cm) 

From Menschen 2, no. 38/45 (1919): 15 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 2S9 

83.1.1382 b 

663 

Schachspiel, c. igig 

(Chess game) 

Woodcut printed in red on orange wove 

paper 

7 9 /i6 x 7 3 /i6 in. (19.2 x 18.3 cm) 

From Menschen 2, no. 38/45 (1919): 63 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 289 

83.1.1382 c 

Ernst Fritsch 664 

Haus vor der Sonne, c. 1919 

born 1892 Berlin (House before the sun) 

Lithograph on heavy wove paper 

died 1962 Berlin 9 5 /s x 7V2 in. (24.5 x 19.1 cm) 

From Joachim Kirchner, Junge Berliner 
Kunst, Wasmuths Kunsthefte, no. 6 
(Berlin: E. Wasmuth, [1919?]), pi. 2 
provenance: W. F. Arntz, Haag 
(Oberbayern); purchased in 1975 
83.1.120 b 




661 





660 




663 



Fuhrmann 



185 




664 




666 



665 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1923 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
7% x 6'/2 in. (19.7 x 16.5 cm) 
From Der Sturm 14, no. 6 (1923): 91; 
the image also appears on the cover 
provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83- 11395-34 

666 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1924 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

4 3 /i6 x 3 5 /i6 in. (10.6 x 8.4 cm) 

From Der Sturm 15, no. 3 (1924): 143 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1396.15 



Paul Fuhrmann 

born 1893 Berlin 
died 1952 Berlin 




665 



186 



Gallen-Kallela 



Axel Gallen-Kallela 



born 1865 Pori 
Finland 



died 1931 



Wilhelm Gallhof 




667 

Madchen und Tod im Walde, 1895 

(Maiden and Death in the woods) 

Woodcut printed in dark brown on thin 

handmade paper, laid down 

6'/2 x 4% in. (16.5 x 11.7 cm) 

Proof before edition in portfolio Die 

Briicke n (1907) 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated on 

mount, l.r. 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1974 

REFERENCE: Bolliger and Kornfeld 7 

EXHIBITION: Reed 49 

M. 82.288.364 



668 

Kauerndes Madchen, 1911 

(Crouching girl) 

Etching on thick wove paper 

3 1; yi6 x 3 13 /i6 in. (9.7 x 9.7 cm) 

From Zeitschrift fur bildende Kunst, 

n.s., 23, no. 3 (1912): before 57 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 

83.1.966 b 



Otto Gampert 669 

Buchenwald, c. 1896 
born 1842 Soft-ground etching on wove paper 

Ottenbach, 6 s /s x 10V16 in. (16.8 x 25.5 cm) 

Switzerland From Pan 2, no. 3 (1896): following 206 

PROVENANCE: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
died 1924 Zurich, Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

Switzerland reference: Dennerlein 1103 

83- 1- 1353C 

670 

Landschaft, c. 1896 

(Landscape) 

Etching on wove paper 

2 7 /i6 x 4V2 in. (6.2 x 11.5 cm) 

From Pan 1, no. 5 (1896): following 298 

PROVENANCE: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

REFERENCE: Dennerlein 743 

83.1.1351 k 

Paul Gangolf 671 

Variete, c. 1914 
born 1879 Berlin (Music hall) 

Woodcut on wove paper 
died 1945 Berlin 4 5 /s x 3 9 /ie in. (11.8 x 9.0 cm) 

From Die Ahtion 4, no. 40/41 (1914): 

812 

PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 30 November 1979, part of 

lot 1173 

83.1.1496 a 



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187 




672 





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675 



673 



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674 




672 

Das Gebet, c. 1918 

(The prayer) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

6 5 /i6 x 4V2 in. (16.0 x 11.4 cm) 

From Menschen 2, no. 2 (1919): 3 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 

exhibition: Reed under 289 

83.1.1379 f 



Eugen Ludwig 
Gattermann 



673 

Ausblich nach Westen, 1914 

(View to the west) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

n'/a x 10% in. (29.2 x 26.3 cm) 

From Kriegszeit , no. 20 (1914): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/54 

83.1.1418 a 

674 

Der britische Leu, 1914 

(The British lion) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

I2 13 /i6 x g 15 /i6 in. (32.6 x 25.3 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 4 (1914): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/44 

83.1.1403 d 

675 

Hilfstruppen im Westen, 1914 
(Support troops in the west) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
I2 13 /i6 x 9% in. (32.6 x 24.7 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 14 (1914): 4 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/51 
83.1.1413 d 

676 

Indien I Franz-Afrika, 1914 
(India / French Africa) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i5'/4 x 10V4 in. (38.7 x 26. 1 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 8 (1914): 2 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/46 
83.1.1407 b 

677 

Kampf, 1914 

(Battle) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

3 15 /i6 x ioVs in. (10.0 x 27.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 3 (1914): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/43 

83.1.1402 b 



August Gaul 

born 1869 
Grossauheim 

died 1921 Berlin 



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188 



Gaul 



. 



678 

Die Liigenflote, 1914 

(The lying flute) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

5 '/a x 9 9 /i6 in. (14.0 x 24.3 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 10 (1914): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/47 

83.1.1409 b 

679 

Schafe, c. 1914 

(Sheep) 

Drypoint on heavy wove paper 

9 5 /ie x 7% in. (23.6 x 18.7 cm) 

From Zeitschrift fur bildende Kunst, 

n.s., 26, no. 7(1915): before 153 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 

83. 1.967 1 

680 

Sieg, 1914 

(Victory) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

3'/8 x loVi in. (8.0 x 26.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 3 (1914): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/43 

83.1.1402 c 

681 

Tierfabel, 1914 

(Animal fable) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

7% x 7 5 /i6 in. (18.8 x 18.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 11 (1914): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/48 

83.1.1410 a 

682 

Unsere Flieger, 1914 

(Our fliers) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

11 x g 5 /8 in. (27.9 x 24.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 7 (1914): 1 

PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/45 

83.1.1406 a 

683 

Unter dem Mistelzweig, 1914, 1914 
(Under the mistletoe, 1914) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i3 9 /i6 x io 7 /ie in. (34.4 x 26.5 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 18/19 ( 1 9 1 4) : 8 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/53 
83.1.1417 b 






678 




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680 






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189 










684 



685 



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687 




689 



684 

DieZuckerriibe, 1914 

(The sugar beet) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

16V4 x 9V16 in. (41.2 x 23.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 13 (1914): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/50 

83.1.1412 b 

685 

Untitled (bear and vultures), 1914 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i5'/i6 x g 5 /a in. (38.2 x 24.5 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 2 (1914): 3 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/42 
83.1.1401 c 

686 

Untitled (wild dogs and leopard), 1914 
Lithograph on wove paper 
I4 13 /i6 x io s /s in. (37.6 x 27.0 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 11 (1914): 3 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/49 
83.1.1410 c 

687 

Untitled (pigs and sheep), 1914 
Lithograph on wove paper 
15V4 x 9% in. (38.8 x 24.8 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 15 (1914): 2 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/52 
83.1.1414 b 

688 

Adjo, Onkelchen! c. 1915 

(Farewell, dear uncle!) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

15% x 10% in. (39.0 x 27.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 53 (1915): 4 

PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/79 

83.1.1451c 

689 

Der Bar in den Karpathen, c. 1915 

(The bear in the Carpathian Mountains) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

io 3 /e x 11 in. (26.3 x 28.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 37 (1915): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/63 

83.1.1435 a 



688 



190 



Gaul 



690 

Begeisterung auf dem Kapitol, c. 1915 
(Enthusiasm at the Capitoline) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i2 3 /i6 x 878 in. (31.0 x 22.5 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 45 (1915): 3 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 
EXHIBITION: Reed 281/71 

83.1.1443 c 

691 

Der britische Leu, e. 1915 

(The British lion) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

I2 13 /i6 x io 5 /i6 in. (32. 5 x 26.2 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 27 (1915): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/59 

83.1.1425 a 

692 

Der britische Leu in Verlegenlieit, 

c- 1915 

(The British lion in a predicament) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

12%6 x io7i6 in. (30.9 x 26.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 24 (1915): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/58 

83.1.1422 d 

693 

Chantecler, c. 1915 

(Chanticleer) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

Ii7i6 x 10% in. (29.0 x 27.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 46 (1915): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/72 

83.1.1444 a 

694 

Die Dardanellen, c. 1915 

(The Dardanelles) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

n 3 /i6 x io 5 /s in. (28.4 x 27.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 34 (1915): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/62 

83.1.1432 a 

695 

Divina commedia, c. 1915 

(Divine comedy) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

io'/s x io'/4 in. (25.7 x 26.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 41 (1915): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/68 

S3. 1. 1439 d 





691 



690 




693 





692 



694 




695 



Gaul 



191 





697 



696 





699 



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698 





701 



700 



696 

Einst und jetzt, c. 1915 

(Past and present) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

io 5 /a x 10% in. (27.0 x 26.3 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 48 (1915): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/74 

83.1.1446 a 

697 

Der gestellte Bar, c. 1915 

(The bear held at bay) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

n 5 /8 x n 13 /i6 in. (29.5 x 30.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 50 (1915): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/75 

83. 1.1448 d 

698 

Der gewohnliche Hornrabe, c. 1915 
(The common hornbill) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i3 3 /i6 x ioV4 in. (33.5 x 26.0 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 41 (1915): 2 
PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/66 
83.1.1439 b 

699 

Gleitflug itn Osten, c. 1915 
(Glider flight in the east) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
n 5 /i6 x 11 in. (28.8 x 28.0 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 52 (1915): 1 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/77 
83.1.1450 a 

700 

Der Hindenburg kommt! c. 1915 

(Hindenburg is coming!) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i4 7 /s x 10% in. (37.8 x 27.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 22 (1915): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/56 

83. 1. 1420 b 

701 

Idyll in der Nordsee, c. 1915 
(Idyll in the North Sea) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
11% x io 7 /i6 in. (29.8 x 26.5 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 30 (1915): 3 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/61 
83.1.1428 c 



192 



Gaul 



702 

Konzert an den Dardanellen, c. 1915 

(Concert at the Dardanelles) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i2'/i6 x 9% in. (30.7 x 24.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 53 (1915): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/78 

83.1.1451a 

703 

Lusitania, 1915 

Lithograph on wove paper 

10% x gVi in. (27.0 x 23.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 39 (1915): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/64 

83.1.1437 a 

704 

Nach England! c. 1915 

(To England!) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i2 3 /i6 x 10% in. (31.0 x 27.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 28 (1915): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/60 

83- 1- 1449 d 

705 

Nach detn ersten Kriegsjahr, 1915 
(After the first year of war) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
I4 n /i6 x io'/i6 in. (37.3 x 25.5 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 51 (1915): 4 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/76 
83.1.1426 a 

706 

Die neueste Renaissance, 1915 

(The newest renaissance) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

I2 n /i6 x io 13 /i6 in. (32.2 x 27.4 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 41 (1915): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/65 

83- 1- M39 a 

707 

Romulus-Sonnino und Remus- 
Salandra, c. 1915 
(Romulus-Sonnino and Remus- 
Sal andra) 

Lithograph on wove paper 
8 x 8"/i6 in. (20.3 x 22.0 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 43 (1915): 1 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/69 
83. 1. 1441 a 





703 





704 





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713 



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708 

Senatus popiihisque Romantis, c. 1915 
(The senate and people of Rome) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i6 5 /i6 x io 7 /i6 in. (41.5 x 26.5 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 41 (1915): 3 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/67 
83.1.1439 c 

709 

Soldatengrdber in Polen, c. 1915 
(Soldiers' graves in Poland) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
14% x g 15 /i6 in. (37.5 x 25.2 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 59 (1915): 2 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/81 
83.1.1456 b 

710 

Soldatengrdber in Polen, e. 1915 
(Soldiers' graves in Poland) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
16V8 x g 9 /i6 in. (41.0 x 24.3 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 59 (1915): 3 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/81 
83.1.1456 c 

711 

Tirol, c. 1915 

Lithograph on wove paper 

12%6 x io 7 /i6 in. (31.0 x 26.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 45 (1915): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/70 

83.1.1443 a 

712 

Verstimmungen, c. 1915 

(Bad moods) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

n 7 /i6 x 9 9 /i6 in. (29.0 x 24.3 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 56 (1915): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/80 

83-i-!453b 

713 

Wolfe in den Karpathen, c. 1915 
(Wolves in the Carpathian Mountains) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
12V2 x io 9 /i6 in. (31.7 x 26.9 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 21 (1915): 4 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/55 
83.1.1419 d 



193 



194 



Gaul 



714 

Zerschossenes Gehoft, c. 1915 
(Bullet-riddled farmstead) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
13% x g 15 /i6 in. (35.0 x 25.3 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 23 (1915): 3 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/57 
83.1.1421 c 

715 

Untitled (bears), e. 1915 

Lithograph on wove paper 

I5 n /i6 x io 15 /i6 in. (39.9 x 27.7 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 47 (1915): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/73 

83.1. 1445 d 

716 

Bergziegen, c. 1916 

(Mountain goats) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

io 7 /s x 8 9 /i6 in. (27.7 x 21.8 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 15 

(1916): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

EXHIBITION: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.60 

717 

Der erste Olzweig, c. 1916 

(The first olive branch) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

I3 n /i6 x io 5 /8 in. (34.8 x 27.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 61 (1916): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/85 

83.1. 1458 d 

718 

Es langt nickt inehr! c. 1916 

(It's no longer enough!) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

io!/ie x 8 u /i6 in. (25.5 x 22.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 64/65 (1916): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/88 

83.1.1461 a 

719 

Europa, c. 1916 

(Europe) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

8 x io"/i6 in. (20.3 x 27.2 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 1 (1916): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

exhibition: not listed in Reed under 

265 

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Gallipoli, c. 1916 

Lithograph on wove paper 

n 7 /i6 x io'/i6 in. (29.0 x 25.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 61 (1916): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/84 

83.1.1458 a 

721 

Der "gute Hirt" Nikita, c. 1916 
(The "good shepherd" Nikita) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
n 13 /i6 x 9 7 /i6 in. (30.0 x 24.0 em) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 62 (1916): 1 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/86 
8311459 a 

722 

Der Hanister, c 1916 

(The hamster) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

6' 5 /i6 x 8% in. (17.6 x 22.2 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 12 (1916): 1 

PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

EXHIBITION: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.45 

723 

Horns Riff, 1916 

(Horn's ledge) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

7 9 /i6 x g 7 /i6 in. (19.2 x 24.0 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 6 (1916): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

exhibition: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.21 

724 

Kut el Amara, c. 1916 

Lithograph on wove paper 

7 3 /i6 x 9V4 in. (18.2 x 23.5 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 4(1916): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

exhibition: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.13 



196 



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725 

Lied der Freundschaft, e. 1916 
(Song of friendship) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
11% x 8 ? /i6 in. (28.9 x 21.5 cm) 
From Lieder des Bildermann, supple- 
ment to Der Bildermann 1, no. 1 (1916) 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 
180 

exhibition: not listed in Reed under 
265 
83.1.1462.73 

726 

Die neue Somtnerzeit, e. 1916 

(The new summertime) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

8 l Yis x 8% in. (22.0 x 21.9 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, rio. 3 (1916): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

exhibition: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.11 

727 

Der Rabe, c. 1916 

(The raven) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

n 9 /i6 x 9V2 in. (29.3 x 24. 1 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 5 (1916): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

exhibition: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.18 

728 

Resurrectio Poloniae, c. 1916 

(The resurrection of Poland) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

6 9 /i6 x g 15 /i6 in. (16.6 x 25.2 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 16 

(1916): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

exhibition: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.61 

729 

Saloniki-ki-kikeriki, c. 1916 
Lithograph on wove paper 
12 1 /' x 9 13 /i6 in. (31.8 x 25.0 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 60 (1916): 4 
PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/83 
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197 




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730 




733 




731 




732 




730 

S.M.S. Mowe, c. 1916 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i2 3 /s x 0//4 in. (31.5 x 23.5 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 63 (1916): 4 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/87 
83.1.1460 d 

731 

Vorfriihling, c. 1916 

(Early spring) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

yVis x 8 7 /i6 in. (18.5 x 21.5 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 2 (1916): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

EXHIBITION: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.5 

732 

Wehrpflichtdebatte, c. 1916 
(Compulsory military service debate) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
9 15 /i6 x 9V4 in. (25.2 x 23.5 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 60 (1916): 1 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/82 
83.1.1457 a 

733 

Weihnackt, igi6 

(Nativity) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

io 7 /s x 7V2 in. (27.7 x 19.0 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 18 

(1916): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

exhibition: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.70 

734 

Untitled (animals), c. 1916 

Lithograph on wove paper 

4 3 /i6 x 8 n /i6 in. (10.6 x 22. 1 cm) 

From supplement to Der Bildermann 1, 

no. 6 (1916): 10 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

exhibition: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.82 



734 



198 



Gaul 



735 

Untitled (pigs), 1916 

Lithograph on wove paper 

6 9 /i6 x 9'/s in. (16.6 x 23.2 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 7 (1916): 1 

PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

EXHIBITION: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.25 

736 

Untitled (butterflies), e. 1916 

Lithograph on wove paper 

6*^16 x 7^6 in. (17.6 x 20.2 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 8 (1916): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

exhibition: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.30 

737 

Untitled (eagles), 1916 

Lithograph on wove paper 

7 9 /i6 x 9 in. (19.2 x 22.9 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 11 (1916): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

exhibition: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.41 

738 

Untitled (two monkeys), c. 1916 

Lithograph on wove paper 

n 7 /i6 x 8% in. (29.0 x 21.9 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 14(1916): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

EXHIBITION: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.54 

739 

Untitled (dove), c. 1916 

Lithograph on wove paper 

2 5 /8 x 7 7 /ie in. (6.7 x 18.9 cm) 

From supplement to Der Bildermann 1, 

no. 17(1916) 

PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 



exhibition: not listed in 

265 

83.1.1462.83 



Reed 1 



740 

Der Hamster, c. 1917 
(The hamster) 
Etching on wove paper 
5 u /i6 x 5% in. (14.5 x 13.6 cm) 
From Zeitschrift fur bildende Kunst, 
n.s., 29, no. 9 (1917-18): before 167 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Rassenge, 
Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 
83.1.968 d 



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742 




741 

Ziegen, c. 1916 
(Goats) 

Lithograph on wove paper 
g'/a x 8% in. (24.1 x 22.0 cm) 
From Kurt Pfister, ed. , Deutsche 
Graphiker der Gegenwart (Leipzig: 
Klinkhardt & Biermann, 1920), pi. 5; 
edition of 600 (see also cat. no. 716) 
provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1972 
exhibition: Reed under 339 
83.1.171 d 



742 

Die Auswanderer, c. 1914 
(The emigrants) 
Drypoint on heavy wove paper 
7 13 /i6 x 5 13 /i6 in. (19.8 x 14.7 cm) 
From Zeitschrift fur bildende Kunst, 
n.s., 25, no. 12 (1914): before 313 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 
83- 1-967 g 




743 

Landschaft, c. 1918 

(Landscape) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 n /i6 x 5% in. (9.4 x 14.6 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 15/16 (1918): 

197-98; not identified as an original 

woodcut. The center has two copies of 

this issue 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

L. 84. 5. 76 b; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

744 

Aktstudie, c. 1919 

(Study of a nude) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5V16 x 3'/s in. (12.9 x 7.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 29 (1919): 490; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83- 1- 1555C 

745 

Landschaft, c. 1919 

(Landscape) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 5 /i6 x 3'/i6 in. (8.4 x 7.8 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 14/15 (1919): 

228 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

83. 1.1551 e 



Oskar Gawell 



born 1888 
Hawlodno, Poland 



Erich Gehre 

born 1886 Dresden 



743 



200 



Gehre 

746 

Landschaft, c. 1919 

(Landscape) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 3 /i6 x 5 15 /i6 in. (10.7 x 15.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 20 (1919): 

333-34; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Ksslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83- 1- 1552 b 

747 

Landschaft, c. 1920 

(Landscape) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 x 5% in. (10.1 x. 14. 6 cm) 

From Die Aktion 10, no. 43/44 (1920): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1576 a 



Willi Geiger 748 

Stierkampf 

born 1878 (Bullfight) 

Schonbrunn Six etchings on japan paper 

Excerpted from Kitnst und Kunstler 12, 

died 1971 Munich no. 8(1914): 407-14; the center also has 

impressions from the 1913- 14 bound 
volume of the periodical 
PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
83.1.62 a-f 

1. Untitled (bull goring matador), 
c. 1912 

2% x 3 n /i6 in. (6.0 x 9.4 cm) 
Page 407 
83.1.62 a 

2. Untitled (study of matadors), 
c. 1912 

4 l /s x 4'/4 in. (10.5 x 10.8 cm) 
Page 409 
83.1.62 b 

3. Untitled (bullfight scene), c. 1912 
3V2 x 4 5 /i6 in. (8.9 x 11.0 cm) 
Page 411 

83.1.62 c 

4. Untitled (bull tossing matador), 
c. 1912 

2% x 3 5 /s in. (6.7 x 9.2 cm) 
Page 412 
83.1.62 d 

5. Untitled (picadors with bull in 
center), c. 1912 

2% x 5 7 /i6 in. (6.7 x 13.8 cm) 
Page 413 
83.1.62 e 

6. Untitled (study of bulls), c. 1912 
2'/s x 2V2 in. (5.4 x 6.4 cm) 
Page 414 

83. 1.62 f 





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749-7 



749-6 





749-9 



749-8 




749-10 




749 

Gilles de Rais 

Book with 16 lithographs on laid paper 
Illustrations to novel by Joris Karl 
Huysmans, translated by August 
Doppner, no. 9 in the monographic 
series Der Venuswagen (Berlin: Fritz 
Gurlitt Verlag, 1919); total edition of 
700 

inscription: signed and numbered 
(35/35) on justification page 
PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
EXHIBITION: Reed 415/9 
83.1.811 a-p 

1. Untitled (portrait of a man), 1914 
4V16 x 3 5 /8 in. (10.4 x 9.2 cm) 
Before page 9 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
83.1.811a 

2. Untitled (mounted knight), 1914 
5 5 /i6 x 4 5 /s in. (13.5 x 11.8 cm) 
Following page 10 
83.1.811b 

3. Untitled (illuminated room), 1914 
7% x 5 n /i6 in. (19.7 x 14.5 cm) 
Following page 14 

83.1.811c 

4. Untitled (running figures), 1914 
6% x 6'/t in. (17.4 x 15.9 cm) 
Following page 16 

83. 1.811 d 

5. Untitled (massacre of the 
innocents), 1914 

6 9 /i6 x 3% in. (16.6 x 9.5 cm) 
Following page 18 
83.1.811 e 

6. Untitled (group fleeing city), 1914 
5 13 /i6X 5 in. (14.7 x 12.7 cm) 
Following page 20 

83. 1.811 f 

7. Untitled (kneeling figure with dead 
child), 1914 

4%x 4V2 in. (11.1 x 11.5 cm) 
Following page 22 
83. 1.811 g 

8. Untitled (mourner with rosary), 

1914 

8 x 5V2 in. (20.3 x 14.0 cm) 

Following page 24 

83. 1.811 h 

9. Untitled (seated nude in forest), 

1914 

8'/4 x 5 9 /i6 in. (20.9 x 14. 1 cm) 
Following page 26 
83.1.811 i 

10. Untitled (dead figure), 1914 
4'/i6 x 6% in. (10.3 x 17. 1 cm) 
Following page 28 

83. 1.811 j 

11. Untitled (figure), 1914 

5V2 X4 n /i6 in. (14.0 x 11.9 cm) 
Following page 30 
83.1.811k 



202 



Geiger 

749 (continued) 

12. Untitled (nude figure with swords), 

7 3 /i6 x 5 13 /ie in. (18.3 x 14.8 cm) 
Following page 32 
83. 1.811 1 

13. Untitled (chained figure), 1914 
7'/8 x 4 in. (18. 1 x 10. 1 cm) 
Following page 34 

83.1.811 m 

14. Untitled (cardinal with dead 
Christ), 1914 

7% x 7'/i6 in. (19.3 x 17.9 cm) 
Following page 36 
83.1.811 n 

15. Untitled (chalice), 1914 
4 5 /8 x 2 3 /i6 in. (11.8 x 5.5 cm) 
Following page 38 
83.1.811 o 

16. Untitled (figure and horse), 1914 
3 15 /i6 x 4 in. (10.0 x 10.2 cm) 
Page 40 

83.1.811 p 

750 

Unseren Helden, 1914 

(To our heroes, 1914) 
Portfolio of 10 lithographs on heavy 
handmade paper 

From special edition (Munich: Graphik- 
Verlag, [1918]); total edition of 300 
inscription: signed and numbered 
(58/60) on justification page; each sheet 
signed, l.r. , and numbered (58), 1.1. 
PROVENANCE: Bernd Gobel Kunsthan- 
del, Baden-Baden; purchased in 1986 
The series is dedicated to the memory of 
the artist's brother Wolfgang, who was 
killed in battle, August 20, 1914 
L.86. 1. 13 a-j; lent by the Bobert Gore 
Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 
California 

1. Untitled (Wolfgang Geiger dying), 
c. 1914 

15V4 x io 5 /8 in. (38.7 x 27.0 cm) 
L.86. 1.13 a 

2. Untitled (soldiers in forest), c. 1914 
12 x i3 5 /8 in. (30.5 x 34.6 cm) 
L.86. 1.13 b 

3. Untitled (soldiers around a tree), 
c. 1914 

i7 7 /8 x 9% in. (454 x 23.8 cm) 
L.86. 1.13 c 

4. Untitled (sleeping soldiers), c. 1914 
13% x 15 in. (35.3 x 38. 1 cm) 
L.86. 1.13 d 

5. Untitled (soldiers charging), c. 1914 
16% x 11 in. (42.6 x 27.9 cm) 

L. 86.1. 13 e 

6. Untitled (dying Wolfgang on 
ground), c. 1914 

n 15 /i6 x 17% in. (30.3 x 44.2 cm) 
L.86. 1. 13 f 





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749-12 



749-13 






749-16 



749-14 



749-15 





750-2 






750-5 



750-4 



Geiger 



203 





750-6 



750-7 





750-9 




750-10 





751 



752 




7. Untitled (adrift on water), c. 1914 
i8 3 /8 x 9 in. (46.7 x 22.9 cm) 
L.86.i.i3g 

8. Untitled (mourning women), 
c. 1914 

l8 5 /8 x 13% in. (47.3 x 34.9 cm) 
See also cat. no. 754 
L. 86. 1.13 h 

9. Untitled (entombment), c. 1914 
11% x 14% in. (28.9 x 37.8 cm) 
L.86.i.i3i 

10. Untitled (Pieta), c. 1914 

i4'/4 x n'/s in. (36.2 x 28.3 cm) 
L.86.1.13J 

751 

Untitled (dead saint), 1914 

Lithograph on wove paper 

5 9 /i6 x 4'/i6 in. (14.2 x 10.4 cm) 

From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 3 (1914): 25; the 

center also has an impression from the 

special edition 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 308 

83.1. 1187 a 

752 

Untitled (figures running), 1914 
Lithograph on wove paper 
5'/8 x 4 3 /i6 in. (13.0 x 10.6 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 4 (1914): 53 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
exhibition: Reed under 308 
83.1.1189 d 

753 

Untitled (rearing horse), 1914 

Lithograph on wove paper 

4 I /2 x 5V16 in. (10.4 x 12.8 cm) 

From special edition of Zeit-Echo 1, no. 

5 (i9i4) : 65 

inscription: numbered (43) on table of 

contents 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 308 

83.1.1190c 

754 

Untitled (mourning women), c. 1914 
Offset lithograph on wove paper 
6 5 /b x 4% in. (16.8 x 12. 1 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 21 (1915): 325 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
exhibition: Reed under 308 
Although described as an original 
lithograph in the periodical, this 
appears to be a reproduction of the print 
from the portfolio Unseren Helden, 
1914 (cat. no. 750.8). Not illustrated 
83.1.1206 d 



753 



204 



Geiger 



755 

Untitled (mourning figures), c. 1915 

Lithograph on wove paper 

6 9 /ie x 4 3 /i6 in. (16.6 x 10.7 cm) 

From special edition of Zeit-Echo 1, no. 

7 (1915): 89 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (43) on table of 

contents 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 308 

83.1.1192 a 

756 

Untitled (rearing horses), c. 1915 

Lithograph on wove paper 

Q 5 /w x 4 l5 /ie in. (16.0 x 12.5 cm) 

From special edition of Zeit-Echo 1, no. 

9(1915): 129 

inscription: numbered (36) on table of 

contents 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 308 

83.1.1194 d 

757 

Untitled (dead soldier), c. 1915 
Lithograph on wove paper 
3 J /s x 5 9 /i6 in. (8.0 x 14.2 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 15 (1915): 227 
PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
exhibition: Reed under 308 
83.1.1200 c 

758 

Untitled (resting soldiers), c. 1915 
Lithograph on wove paper 
4V16 x 5'/j in. (10.3 x 13.4 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 17 (1915): 250 
PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
exhibition: Reed under 308 
83.1.1202 a 

759 

Untitled (man embracing world), 1917 
Lithograph on wove paper 
6% x 5V2 in. (17.5 x 14.0 cm) 
From deluxe edition ofMarstjas, no. 3 
(1917): 249; total edition of 235 
inscription: signed, l.r; numbered 
(xxvn/xxxv) on justification page 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 288 
83.1.1663 bb 

760 

Untitled (man with cross), 1917 
Lithograph on wove paper 
7% x 4% in. (18.8 x 12. 1 cm) 
From deluxe edition of Marsyas, no. 3 
(1917): 251; total edition of 235 
inscription: signed, l.r.; numbered 
(xxvn/xxxv) on justification page 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
exhibition: Reed under 288 
83.1.1663 cc 










wu 



757 



759 





760 



Geissler 



205 




761 




762 




763 





761 

Untitled (Pieta), 1917 
Lithograph on wove paper 
0//16 x 6% in. (23.0 x 17. 1 cm) 
From deluxe edition oiMarsijas, no. 3 
(1917): 253; total edition of 235 
inscription: signed, l.r.; numbered 
(xxvn/xxxv) on justification page 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
exhibition: Reed under 288 
83.1.1663 dd 

762 

Untitled (Pieta), 1917 
Lithograph on wove paper 
7 7 /i6 x 5 3 /ie in. (18.9 x 13.2 cm) 
From deluxe edition of Marsyas, no. 3 
(1917): 255; total edition of 235 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 
(xxvn/xxxv) on justification page 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
exhibition: Reed under 288 
83.1.1663 ee 

763 

Untitled (sailboat), 1917 
Lithograph on wove paper 
8% x 6% in. (22.3 x 17. 1 cm) 
From deluxe edition of Marsyas, no. 3 
(1917): 257; total edition of 235 
inscription: signed, l.r.; numbered 
(xxvn/xxxv) on justification page 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
exhibition: Reed under 288 
83.1. 1663 ff 



764 

Aus Dostojewsky "Grossinquisitor," 

c. 1924 

(The Grand Inquisitor from 

Dostoyevski) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 7 /8 x 4 in. (14.9 x 10. 1 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed., Schwarzer Greif: 

Ein Almanach auf das Jahr 192$ 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), 

P- M9 

PROVENANCE: unknown 

83- 1-549 v 

765 

Aus Dostojewsky "Grossinquisitor" 

c. 1924 

(The Grand Inquisitor from 

Dostoyevski) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 15 /i6 x 3 13 /i6 in. (15.0 x 9.7 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed., Schwarzer Greif: 

Ein Almanach auf das Jahr 1925 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), 

P- 151 

provenance: unknown 

83- 1-549 w 



Wilhelm Geissler 

born 1895 Hamm 
died 1928 Berlin 



765 



206 



Geissler 



766 

Buchtitel, c. 1924 

(Book title) 

Woodcut printed in red and black on 

wove paper 

7 3 /i6 x 4 I3 /i6 in. (18.2 x 12.3 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed.. Schwarzer Creif: 

Ein Almanach aufdasjahr 1925 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), 

p. 161 

PROVENANCE: unknown 

83.1.549 aa 

767 

Buchtitel, c. 1924 

(Book title) 

Woodcut printed in red and black on 

wove paper 

5V2 x 3 n /i6 in. (14.0 x 9.4 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed., Schwarzer Greif: 

Ein Almanach aufdas Jahr 1925 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), 

p. 163 

PROVENANCE: unknown 

83.1. 549 bb 

768 

Buchtitel, c. 1924 

(Book title) 

Woodcut printed in red and black on 

wove paper 

6 3 /i6 x 4 5 /i6 in. (15.7 x 10.9 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed. , Schwarzer Greif: 

Ein Almanach aufdasjahr 1925 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), 

p. 167 

PROVENANCE: unknown 

83. 1.549 dd 

769 

Der Biirokrat, c. 1924 

(The bureaucrat) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6'/s x 4% in. (15.6 x 12. 1 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed., Schwarzer Greif 

Ein Almanach aufdasjahr 1925 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), 

p. 185 

PROVENANCE: unknown 

83- 1-549 » 

770 

Ex Libris, c. 1924 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 x 2 3 /i6 in. (7.6 x 5.6 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed., Schwarzer Greif : 

Ein Almanach aufdasjahr 1925 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), 

p. 114 

provenance: unknown 

83-1-549 

771 

£1 Libris, c. 1924 

Woodcut on wove paper 

2 13 /i6 x 2 3 /i6 in. (7.2 x 5.6 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed., Schwarzer Greif: 

Ein Almanach aufdasjahr 1925 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), 

p. 123 

provenance: unknown 

83-1-549 q 



FRANZ LUOTKE 




MENACHTDER 
ERTOUNG 




766 



WHELM VERSHOFEN 

DER 

HOI, 

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Gl^lFtMRIAGRUDOLSlM 

768 




769 





771 



770 



Geissler 



207 





772 



773 







772 

Ex Libris, c. 1924 

Woodcut on wove paper 

2 9 /i6 x 2yi6 in. (6.5 x 5.6 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed., Schwarzer Greif: 

Ein Almanack auf das Jahr 1925 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), 

P- 125 

PROVENANCE: unknown 

83- 1-549 r 

773 

Ex Libris, c. 1924 

Woodcut on wove paper 

2 15 /i6 x 2'/8 in. (7.5 x 5.4 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed., Schwarzer Greif: 

Ein Almanach auf das Jahr 1925 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), 

P- 155 

PROVENANCE: unknown 

83- 1-549 * 

774 

Ex Libris, c. 1924 

Woodcut on wove paper 

2 I3 /i6 x zVi in. (7.2 x 5. 7 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed., Schwarzer Greif 

Ein Almanach auf das Jahr 1925 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), 

p. 156 

PROVENANCE: unknown 

83-1-549 y 

775 

Ex Libris, c. 1924 

Woodcut printed in red and black on 

wove paper 

3 9 /i6 x 2 n /i6 in. (9.0 x 6.8 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed. . Schwarzer Greif: 

Ein Almanach auf das Jahr 1925 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), 

p. 171 

PROVENANCE: unknown 

83.1.549 ee 

776 

Gefesselter 1 , c. 1924 

(The chained one 1) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5V2 x 4% in. (14.0 x 12.0 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed., Schwarzer Greif : 

Ein Almanach auf das Jahr 1925 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), 

P- 159 

provenance: unknown 

83.1-549Z 

777 

Gefesselter 2, 1924 

(The chained one 2) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5V2 x 4 5 /8 in. (14.0 x 11.8 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed., Schwarzer Greif ': 

Ein Almanach auf das Jahr 1925 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), 

p. 165 

PROVENANCE: unknown 

83. 1549 cc 



208 



Geissler 



Georg Gelbke 

born 1882 Rochlitz 
died 1947 Dresden 



778 

Neujahrskarte, c. 1924 

(New Year's card) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 '/a x 4% in. (11.5 x 11. 1 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed., Schwarzer Greif: 

Ein Almanach aufdasjahr 2925 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), 

P- 173 

PROVENANCE: unknown 

83- 1-549 ff 

779 

Neujahrskarte, c. 1924 

(New Year's card) 

Woodcut printed in red and black on 

wove paper 

3 5 /8 x 3 9 /i6 in. (9.2 x 9. 1 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed., Schwarzer Greif : 

Ein Almanach aufdasjahr 1925 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), 

P- 175 

PROVENANCE: unknown 

831-549 gg 

780 

Der Schulmeister, c. 1924 

(The schoolmaster) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 3 /i6 x 4 5 /8 in. (15.7 x 11.8 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed., Schwarzer Greif 

Ein Almanach aufdasjahr 1925 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), 

P- 179 

PROVENANCE: unknown 

83. 1.549 hh 

781 

Schwarzer Greif, c. 1924 

(Black griffin) 

Woodcut printed in black and orange on 

cover stock 

9 7 /8 x 7 in. (25. 1 x 17.8 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed., Schwarzer Greif: 

Ein Almanach aufdasjahr 1925 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), 

cover 

provenance: unknown 

83.1.549 a 





778 



779 





■I^T 




780 



781 



782 

Untitled (head of a man), 1927 
Lithograph on wove paper 
8'/4 x 7V2 in. (21.0 x 19.0 cm) 
From Ing. Hermann Heuss et al., 
Kiinstler abseits vom Wege, 1Q07- 1927 
(Chemnitz: Kiinstlergruppe Chemnitz, 
1927), p. 8 

provenance: unknown 
83.1.52 a 




782 



Genin 



209 






MmM 



gl :*J ...' L*=3 



Afc 




784 




785 





783 

Am Brunnen, c. 1912 

(At the well) 

Lithograph on wove paper 
7 5 /i6 x 6V2 in. (18.6 x 16.5 cm) 
From portfolio Sema (Munich: 
Delphin-Verlag, 1912) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.j numbered 
(101/215) on justification page 
provenance: Karl & Faber, Munich, 
26-28 May 1977, part of lot 1475 
M. 82.288.383 d 

784 

Die Uberfallene, 1917 
(The assaulted woman) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
23 5 /i6 x i4 5 /i6 in. (59.2 x 36.3 cm) 
From portfolio Die Frau 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1978 
M. 82. 288. 65 

785 

Untitled (chariot), c. 1917 

Drypoint on japan paper 

3 15 /i6 x 5 13 /i6 in. (10.0 x 14.8 cm) 

First state; from deluxe edition of 

Marsyas, no. 1 (1917); the issue also 

contains impressions of the second state 

(signed, l.r.) and the published state 

(p. 61); total edition of 235 in the 

published state 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xxvu/xxxv) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 288 

83.1.1661 x 

786 

Untitled (nude woman), c. 1917 

Drypoint on japan paper 

7V4 x 4 3 /i6 in. (18. 1 x 10.6 cm) 

First state; from deluxe edition of 

Marsyas, no. 1 (1917); the issue also 

contains impressions of the second state 

(signed, l.r.) and the published state 

(p. 63); total edition of 235 in the 

published state 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xxvu/xxxv) on 

justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 288 

83.1.1661 aa 

787 

Untitled (figure with parrots), c. 1917 

Drypoint on japan paper 

7V16 x 4 s /i6 in. (17.9 x 10.9 cm) 

First state; from deluxe edition of 

Marsyas, no. 1 (1917); the issue also 

contains impressions of the second state 

(signed, l.r.) and the published state 

(p. 65); total edition of 235 in the 

published state 

inscription: numbered (xxvu/xxxv) on 

justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 288 

83.1.1661 dd 



Robert Genin 

born 1884 
Wisokoje, Russia 

died 1943 Moscow, 
U.S.S.R. 



Genin 



788 

Untitled (two figures with animals), 
c. 1917 

Drypoint on japan paper 
7 3 /i6 x 6Vi6 in. (18.2 x 15.4 cm) 
First state; from deluxe edition of 
Marsyas, no. 1 (1917); the issue also 
contains impressions of the second state 
(signed, l.r.) and the published state 
(p. 69); total edition of 235 in the 
published state 

inscription: signed, l.r.; numbered 
(xxvii/xxxv) on justification page 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 288 
83.1.1661 gg 

789 

Untitled (woman drinking), c. 1917 
Drypoint on japan paper 
j'A x 6'/i6 in. (18.5 x 15.4 cm) 
First state; from deluxe edition of 
Marsyas, no. 1 (1917); the issue also 
contains impressions of the second state 
(signed, l.r.) and the published state 
(p. 71); total edition of 235 in the 
published state 

inscription: signed, l.r.; numbered 
(xxvii/xxxv) on justification page 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
exhibition: Reed under 288 
83.1.1661 jj 

790 

Untitled (horse-drawn carriage), 

c. 1917 

Drypoint on japan paper 

4 x 7 in. (10.2 x 17.7 cm) 

First state; from deluxe edition of 

Marsyas, no. 4 (1918); the issue also 

contains impressions ot the second state 

(signed, l.r.) and the published state 

(p. 13); total edition of 235 in the 

published state 

inscription: numbered (xxvii/xxxv) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 288 

83.1.1664 a 

791 

Untitled (man and woman kissing), 

c. 1917 

Drypoint on japan paper 

7 x 4'/4 in. (17.8 x 10.8 cm) 

First state; from deluxe edition of 

Marsyas, no. 4 (1918); the issue also 

contains impressions of the second state 

(signed, l.r.) and the published state 

(p. 17); total edition of 235 in the 

published state 

inscription: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(xxvii/xxxv) on justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 288 

83.1.1664 d 





788 



789 




£#18 



^j^^M 



790 




791 



Georgi 



211 





A^Pfzf 



792 



793 



-a : SR^S 




794 




792 

Untitled (cavalry officer), c. 1917 
Drypoint on japan paper 
5 15 /i6 x 7 3 /i6 in. (15.0 x 18.3 cm) 
First state; from deluxe edition of 
Marsyas, no. 4 (1918); the issue also 
contains impressions of the second state 
(signed, l.r.) and the published state 
(p. 21); total edition of 235 in the 
published state 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 
(xxvu/xxxv) on justification page 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
exhibition: Reed under 288 
83.1. 1664 g 

793 

Untitled (two carriages), c. 1917 

Drypoint on japan paper 

5% x 3% in. (14.6 x 9.5 cm) 

First state; from deluxe edition of 

Marsyas, no. 4 (1918); the issue also 

contains impressions of the second state 

(signed, l.r.) and the published state 

(p. 25); total edition of 235 in the 

published state 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r; numbered 

(xxvu/xxxv) on justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 288 

83.1. 1664 j 

794 

Untitled (crowd following chariot), 

c. 1917 

Drypoint on japan paper 

7 x 5 15 /ie in. (17.8 x 15.1 cm) 

First state; from deluxe edition of 

Marsyas, no. 4 (1918); the issue also 

contains impressions of the second state 

(signed, l.r.) and the published state 

(p. 29); total edition of 235 in the 

published state 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r; numbered 

(xxvu/xxxv) on justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 288 

83.1.1664 m 



795 

Marchenerzahler, c. 1919 

(Storyteller) 

Woodcut on slick wove paper 

7 9 /i6 x 5V2 in. (19.2 x 13.9 cm) 

From Das Tribunal 1, no. 12 (1919): 

cover 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 304 

83.1.962 a 



Hermann Georgi 

born 1888 
died 1975 



212 



Karl Gerlach 



Wilhelm Gerstel 

born 1879 Bruchsal 



Gerlach 

796 

Das Konzert, c. 1912 

(The concert) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 9 /i6 x 9% in. (16.7 x 24.5 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 111 (1912): 49 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1391.4 



797 

Untitled (women in room), c. 1914 

Woodcut on laid paper 

5'/s x 4 13 /i6 in. (13.0 x 12.2 cm) 

From Das neue Pathos 2, no. 1/3 (1914): 

65; from edition B of 250 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

acquired by exchange in 1984 

83.1.824 b 




797 



Hermann Gewecke 798 

Untitled (tower), c. 1919 
Woodcut on laid paper 
5 13 /i6 x 4 3 /i6 in. (14.7 x 10.6 cm) 
From Der Weg 1, no. 5/6 (1919): 13 
provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1976 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 305 
83.1.1217 f 



799 

Untitled (man with pipe), c. 1919 
Woodcut on laid paper 
6V2 x 4 7 /i6 in. (16.5 x 11.2 cm) 
From Der Weg 1, no. 7 (1919): 1 
provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1976 
exhibition: Reed under 305 
83.1.1218 a 

800 

Untitled (nude woman), c. 1919 
Woodcut on laid paper 
io'/j x 6 9 /i6 in. (26.0 x 16.6 cm) 
From Der Weg 1, no. 7 (1919): 7 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1976 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 305 
83.1.1218 d 

801 

Untitled (woman at mirror), c. 1919 
Woodcut on laid paper 
9 7 /s x 7V2 in. (25. 1 x 19.0 cm) 
From Der Weg 1, no. 10 (1919): 3 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1976 
exhibition: Reed under 305 
83.1.1220 b 

802 

Untitled (woman at bath), c. 1919 
Woodcut on laid paper 
8V2 x dVs in. (21.6 x 17.4 cm) 
From Der Weg 1, no. 10 (1919): 7 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1976 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 305 
83. 1. 1220 d 




798 





799 




801 




800 



802 




796 



Gleichmann 



213 




805 



M^^CT III 



807 



803 

Der Riese, c. 1895 

(The giant) 

Etching on laid paper 

11% x 9 in. (29.6 x 22.8 cm) 

From Pan 1, no. 2 (1895-96): 95 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

reference: Dennerlein 251 

83. 1. 1350 i 



804 

Fruhling, c. 1906 

(Spring) 

Drypoint on laid paper 

g'/2 x 2 3 /i6 in. (24.2 x 5.6 cm) 

From Zeitschrift fur bildende Kunst, 

n.s., 17, no. 5 (1906): following 116 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 

83.1.964 c 



805 

Vergdnglichkeit, c. 1918 

(Transience) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

7% x 5 5 /ie in. (18.7 x 13.5 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

2, no. 5 (1918) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (32/110) on 

justification page 

provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 

Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed 283/6 

83.1.1115b 

806 

Weltentriickte, c. 1918 
(Removed from the world) 
Lithograph on japan paper 
6Vs x 5 7 /i6 in. (15.5 x 13.8 cm) 
From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 
2, no. 10 (1918); the center also has an 
impression from the regular edition 
provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 
Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed 283/34 

83.1.1120 a 

807 

Untitled (city park), c. 1919 
Lithograph on japan paper 
7 x 5% in. (17.8 x 13.7 cm) 
From Das Kunstblatt 3, no. 7 (1919) 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
exhibition: Reed 283/35 
83.1.1141 a 



Ernst Moritz Geyger 
born 1861 Berlin 
died 1941 Italy 



Marie Gey-Heinz 

born 1881 Cologne 
died 1908 Leipzig 



Otto Gleichmann 

born 1887 Mainz 
died 1963 Hannover 



806 



214 



Gleichmann 



808 

Untitled (two men), c. 1919 

Lithograph on wove paper 

6% x 5 n /i6 in. (17.5 x 14.5 cm) 

From Paul Erich Kuppers, ed., Das 

Kestnerbuch (Hannover: Heinrich 

Bohme Verlag, 1919), following p. 60 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 13-18 May 1973, part of lot 

4076 

EXHIBITION: Beed 321/7 

83.1. 140 g 

809 

Tier, 1920 

(Animal) 

Gouache and ink on card 

8 15 /i6 x 7% in. (22.7 x 20.0 cm) 

inscription: signed and dated, I.e.; 

titled, 1.1. 

provenance: Galerie Flechtheim, 

Berlin; Hauswedell & Nolte, Hamburg, 

6-7 June 1975, lot 53 

exhibition: Beed 228 

M. 82. 288. 330 

810 

Untitled (drinking scene), 1921 
Pencil on wove paper 
9 7 /ie x 13 in. (23.9 x 33. 1 cm) 
inscription: signed and dated, l.r.; 
work number "298," l.r. 
PROVENANCE: gift of Gunda 
Gleichmann-Kingeling, 1981 
M. 82.287.78 

811 

Der Erstochene, 1923 
(Stabbed man) 

Watercolor, gouache, and ink on wove 
paper 

18% x 25Vi6 in. (479 x 63.6 cm) 
inscription: signed, dated, and titled, 
l.r.; work number "348," l.r. 
provenance: Gunda Gleichmann- 
Kingeling; Galerie Brusberg, 
Hannover; purchased in 1980 
EXHIBITION: Rigby 32 
M. 82. 287. 79 





808 









WT'i 

mm 




Rochus Gliese 812 

Helene Thimig, 1918 
born 1891 Berlin Lithograph on laid paper 

5% x 5 in. (14.6 x 12.7 cm) 
died 1925/27 From Dasjunge Deutschland 1, no. 7 

Los Angeles, (1918): facing 209 

California;?) provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

83.1. 1617 a 




811 




Godal 



215 





IKtl 



813 



814 





816-1 



V r « 




816-2 



813 

"Der Sohn" von Walter Hasenclever l, 

1918 

(Der Sohn by Walter Hasenclever 1) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

8% x 7V16 in. (21.3 x 17. g cm) 

From portfolio Das junge Deutschland: 

Phantasien iiber die Auffuhrungen des 

Jahres 1917/18 (privately printed for the 

members of Das junge Deutschland, 

1918) 

provenance: Laurence McGilvery, La 

Jolla, California; purchased in 1978 

83.1.101 f 

814 

"Der Sohn" von Walter Hasenclever 2, 

1918 

(Der Sohn by Walter Hasenclever 2) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

8 9 /i6 x 7 3 /8 in. (21.7 x 18.8 cm) 

From portfolio Das junge Deutschland: 

Phantasien iiber die Auffuhrungen des 

Jahres 1917/18 (privately printed for the 

members of Das junge Deutschland, 

1918) 

provenance: Laurence McGilvery, 

La Jolla, California; purchased in 1978 

83.1.101 g 

815 

Else Lasker-Schiiler, 1919 

Lithograph on laid paper 

6 7 /s x 6'/8 in. (17.5 x 15.6 cm) 

From Das junge Deutschland 2, no. 7 

(1919): facing 171 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

83.1.1626 a 



816 

Revolution 

Portfolio of 13 lithographs on J. W. 
Zanders 1916 paper 
Published by Genossenschaft fur pro- 
letarische Kunst, Berlin, 1920; from 
edition A of unknown size. The portfolio 
also contains an impression of the poster 
advertising the series, illustrating plate 5 
inscription: numbered (18) on 
justification page; each sheet signed, 1.1. 
provenance: Bernd Gobel Kunsthan- 
del, Baden-Baden; purchased in 1986 
L.86. l.ioa-m; lent by the Robert Gore 
Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 
California 

1. Marseillaise, c. 1920 

20 7 /8 x I5 v /i6 in. (53.0 x 39.2 cm) 
Plate 1 

INSCRIPTION: titled, l.r. 
L.86. 1.10 a 

2. Fabriken, c. 1920 
(Factories) 

22V4 x 16% in. (56.5 x 42.5 cm) 
Plate 2 

INSCRIPTION: titled, l.r. 
L.86. 1.10 b 



Erich Godal 

born 1899 



216 



Godal 



Arthur Goelz 



816 (continued) 

3. Brot! c. 1920 
(Bread!) 

19% x 16V2 in. (50. 1x41.9 cm) 
Plate 3 
L.86. 1.10 c 

4. Aufruhr, c. 1920 
(Riot) 

20 7 /8 x i6 s /s in. (53.0 x 42.2 cm) 
Plate 4 
L.86. 1. 10 d 

5. Fiihrer, c. 1920 
(Leader) 

19% x 14!^ in. (49.8 x 36.2 cm) 
Plate 5 
L.86. 1.10 e 

6. Angriff, c. 1920 
(Attack) 

22H x 17% in. (56.2 x 45. 1 cm) 
Plate 6 
L.86. 1. 10 f 

7. Barrikaden, c. 1920 
(Barricades) 

19% x i6 7 /s in. (49.2 x 42.8 cm) 

Plate 7 

L. 86.1. log 

8. Tod ion Berlin, c. 1920 
(Death of Berlin) 

17% x 15% in. (44.7 x 39.3 cm) 
Plate 8 
L.86. 1. 10 h 

9. Opfer, c. 1920 
(Victims) 

22'/2 x 16% in. (57. 1 x 42.5 cm) 
Plate 9 
L.86. 1.10 i 

10. Chaos, c. 1920 

22'/s x i7 7 /i6 in. (56.2 x 44.3 cm) 
Plate 10 
L.86. 1.10 j 

11. Standrecht, c. 1920 
(Martial law) 

22 ] /s x 16% in. (56.2 x 42.5 cm) 
Plate 1 1 
L.86. 1.10 k 

12. Ruhe und Ordnung, c. 1920 
(Peace and order) 

22V8 x 16% in. (56.2 x 42.2 cm) 
Plate 12 
L.86. 1. 10 1 

13. Totentanz, c. 1920 
(Dance of death) 

20T/8 x i6 7 /s in. (530 x 42.9 cm) 
Plate 13 
L.86. 1.10 m 



817 

Untitled (two figures with dog), c. 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4% x 3V8 in. (12.0 x 7.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 39/40 (1918): 

501; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5.80 d; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 





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816-11 




816-12 




816-13 




817 





818 






821 



818 

lrrenhaus, c 1918 

(Madhouse) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8 I3 /i6 x 6V2 in. (22.4 x 16.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 39/40 (1918): 

back cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 80 k; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

819 

Untitled (figure in bed), c. 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 x 4 13 /i6 in. (17.7 x 12.2 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 31/32 (1918): 

407-8; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1538 e 

820 

Der Traum, c. 1919 

(The dream) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 x 7V16 in. (178 x 18.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 14/15 (1919): 

225-26 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1551 d 



821 

Der Neid, c. 1924 

(Envy) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6% x 4 13 /i6 in. (16.2 x 12.2 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed., Schwarzer Greif: 

Ein Alrnanach auf das Jahr 1925 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), 

P- M5 

provenance: unknown 

83- 1-549" 



822 

K'uss, c. 1918 

(Kiss) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

7 5 /i6 x 9 5 /s in. (18.6 x 24.4 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

2, no. 5 (1918); the center also has an 

impression from the regular edition 

inscription: numbered (32/110) on 

justification page 

provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 

Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed 283/36 

83.1.1115 a 



Erich Goldbaum 



Bruno Goldschmitt 

born 1881 

Nuremberg 



Werner Gothein 



born 1890 
Karlsruhe 



died 1968 



218 



Ella Graf 



Gothein 

823 

Raucher, c. 1919 

(Smoker) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

10 x 51/4 in. (25.4 x 13.4 cm) 

From Das Kunstblatt 3, no. 5 (1919) 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed 283/37 

83.1.1139 a 



Friedrich Karl Gotsch 


824 




Knabe im Mondschein, 1923 


born 1900 Pries 


(Boy in moonlight) 




Woodcut on wove paper 


died 1984 


7'/z x 7V2 in. (19.0 x 19.0 cm) 


Flensburg 


From Georg Biermann, ed., Jahrbuch 




derjungen Kunst (Leipzig: Klinkhardt 




& Biermann, 1923), following p. 424 




provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 




purchased in 1975 




EXHIBITION: Reed 320/1923.6 




83. 1.801 f 



Hans Gott 825 

Untitled (seated nude woman), c. 1919 
born 1883 Munich Lithograph on laid paper 

7 13 /i6 x 4 15 /i6 in. (19.8 x 12.5 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fiir Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 8 (1919): 121 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

provenance: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 290 

83.1.1330 d 

826 

Schlafendes Madchen, c. 1924 
(Sleeping girl) 

Etching printed in brown on laid paper 
5 3 /i6 x 8'/4 in. (13.2 x 21.0 cm) 
From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe m 
(Munich: Marees-Gesellsehaft, 1924); 
edition of 100; the center also has an 
impression from Julius Meier-Graefe, 
ed., Ganymed, vol. 5 (Munich: R. Piper 
&Co., 1925), following p. 144 
provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 
13- 15 November 1979, part of lot 2779 
EXHIBITION: Reed 317/37 
M. 82. 288. 379 f 



827 

Der Prunksaal der K. K. Hofbibliothek 
in Wien, c. 1914 

(The great hall of the royal imperial 
court library in Vienna) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
7 15 /i6 x 11% in. (20.2 x 29.9 cm) 
From Internationale Ausstellung fiir 
Buchgewerbe und Graphik, exh. cat. 
(Leipzig: Osterreichisches Haus, 1914), 
following p. 28 
provenance: unknown 
83.1.429 b 






826 




825 




Graf 



219 





828 



829 




830 




831 




828 

Untitled (standing nude woman), 

c. 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8% x 5 15 /i6 in. (22.5 x 15.0 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

2, no. 8 (1918); the center also has an 

impression from the regular edition 

inscription: numbered (32/110) on 

justification page 

provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 

Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

EXHIRITION: Reed 283/38 

83.1.1118 a 

829 

Untitled (fisherman), c. 1919 
Woodcut on laid paper 
8 7 /s x 5 13 /i6 in. (22.6 x 14.8 cm) 
From Der Weg 1, no. 2 (1919): 5 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1976 
exhibition: Reed under 305 
83.1.1214 c 

830 

Untitled (reclining figure), c. 1919 
Woodcut on laid paper 
i"/i6 x 7'/i6 in. (4.2 x 17.9 cm) 
From Der Weg 1, no. 5/6 (1919): 10 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1976 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 305 
83.1.1217 d 

831 

Untitled (standing figure), c. igig 
Woodcut on laid paper 
8V2 x 5 u /i6 in. (21.6 x 14.5 cm) 
From Der Weg 1, no. 5/6 (1919): 11 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1976 
exhibition: Reed under 305 
83.1.1217 e 

832 

Untitled (figure and star), 1919 
Woodcut on wove paper 
6'/s x 3 13 /i6 in. (15.6 cm x 9.7 cm) 
From Hans Theodor Joel, ed.. Das 
graphische Jahrbuch (Darmstadt: Karl 
Lang Verlag, 1920), following p. 10 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
EXHIBITION: Reed 318/2 
83- 1-99 b 



Gottfried Graf 

born 1881 Munich 
died 1938 Stuttgart 



832 



220 



Oskar Graf 

born 1873 Freiburg 
died 1957 Boll 



Walter Gramatte 

born 1897 Berlin 
died 1929 Hamburg 



Graf 

833 

Uecht Gruppe 

Book with 2 woodcuts on cover stock 

Catalogue to second spring exhibition at 

Kunstgebaude Stuttgart (1920); edition 

of 50 

PROVENANCE: unknown 

83.1.319 a, b 

1. Untitled (group of figures), c. 1920 
7% x 5 3 /i6 in. (19.7 x 13.2 cm) 
Front cover 

83.1.319 a 

2. Untitled (abstract composition), 
c. 1920 

4V16 x 2% in. (10.3 x 6.0 cm) 
Back cover 
831319 b 



834 

Kinderstudie—Schabkunstblatt, c. 1898 
(Study of a child— mezzotint) 
Mezzotint on laid paper 
3 15 /i6 x 5'/j in. (10.0 x 13.3 cm) 
From seventh portfolio of Verein fur 
Original-Radierung (Munich: Verein fur 
Original-Radierung, 1898) 
provenance: L'Art Ancien, Zurich; 
purchased in 1974 
83.1. 159 h 



835 

Kaserne, 1916 

(Barracks) 

Drypoint on wove paper 

6 7 /i6 x 7 5 /8 in. (16.3 x 19.3 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

1, no. 9 (1917) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (32/110) on 

justification page 

provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 

Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

reference: Eckhardt 108 
EXHIBITION: Reed 283/7 
83.1.1093 b 

836 

Lesender Mann, 1917 

(Man reading) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

5 n /i6 x 5V2 in. (14.5 x 14.0 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Marsyas, no. 3 

(1917): 259; total edition of 235 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r.; 

numbered (xxvn/xxxv) on justification 

page 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

REFERENCE: Eckhardt 45 

exhibition: Reed under 288 

83.1. 1663 gg 



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836 



838 





837 



839-1 




839-2 




839-3 



837 

Der Kranke mit den Blumen, 1918 

(Sick man with flowers) 

Lithograph on japan paper 

8'/i6 x 7 5 /ie in. (20.5 x 18.5 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

2, no. 11 (1918) 

inscription: numbered (32/110) on 

justification page 

provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 

Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

REFERENCE: Eckhardt 54 
EXHIBITION: Reed 283/8 
83.1.1121 b 

838 

Das Kreisen, 1918 

(The circling) 

Lithograph on J. W. Zanders paper 

10V4 x 7 13 /i6 in. (26. 1 x 19.8 cm) 

From portfolio Die Fibel (Darmstadt: 

Karl Lang Verlag, 1919) 

INSCRIPTION, signed and dated, l.r. 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

REFERENCE: Eckhardt 51 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 338; Guenther 

80 

83.1.18 c 

839 

Der Mantel: Zwolf Lithographien zur 
Erzahlung von Nicolai Gogol 
(The overcoat: Twelve lithographs to the 
story by Nikolay Gogol) 
Rook with 12 lithographs on wove paper 
Illustrations to story by Nikolay Gogol 
(Potsdam and Berlin: Gustav Kiepen- 
heuer Verlag, igig); edition of 1,100 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 55-66 
EXHIBITION: Reed 337 
83.1.63 a-1 

1. Der Morgentveg zum Amt, 1918 
(The morning route to the office) 
6 5 /s x 5 5 /i6 in. (16.8 x 13.5 cm) 
Refore page 1 

REFERENCE: Eckhardt 55 I 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 143 
83.1.63 a 

2. Der Titularrat Akaki 
Akakijetvitsch, 1918 

(The titular councillor Akaky 

Akakievich) 

6 9 /i6 x 5 5 /i6 in. (16.7 x 13.5 cm) 

Facing page 4 

REFERENCE: Eckhardt 56 

83.1.63 b 

3. Akaki zeigt dem Schneider die 
auszubessernden Stellen, 1918 
(Akaky shows the tailor the spots 
requiring mending) 

6 5 /s x 5 5 /ie in. (16.8 x 13.5 cm) 
Facing page 10 
reference: Eckhardt 57 in 
83.1.63 c 



222 



Gramatte 



839 (continued) 

4. Akaki geht ratios aufder Strasse, 
1918 

(Akaky walks perplexed down the 

street) 

6 9 /i6 x 5 3 /i6 in. (16.6 x 13. 1 cm) 

Facing page 14 

reference: Eckhardt 58 11 

83.1.63 d 

5. Akaki lasst sich einen neuen Mantel 
anmessen, 1918 

(Akaky is measured for a new 
overcoat) . 

6"/i6 x 5 3 /i6 in. (16.9 x 13. 1 cm) 
Facing page 16 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 59 II 
83.1.63 e 

6. Akaki tragt den Mantel das erstmai 
aufder Strasse, 1918 

(Akaky wears the overcoat for the 

first time on the street) 

6% x 5 5 /i6 in. (16.8 x 13.5 cm) 

Facing page 19 

reference: Eckhardt 60 I 

83. 1.63 f 

7. Akaki hat in einer Auslage das Bild 
einer hubschen Frau gesehen, 1918 
(Akaky saw the picture of a pretty 
woman in a shop window) 

6"/i6 x 5 3 /i6 in. (17.0 x 13.2 cm) 
Facing page 20 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 61 
83- 1-63 g 

8. Zwei gespenstische Hande greifen 
naeh etwas, 1918 

(Two ghostly hands reach for 

something) 

6"/i6 x 5 3 /i6 in. (17.0 x 13.2 cm) 

Facing page 24 

reference: Eckhardt 62 II 

83. 1.63 h 

9. Akaki in Fieberphantasien, 1918 
(Akaky in a delirium) 

6 9 /i6 x 5 3 /i6 in. (16.6 x 13. 1 cm) 
Facing page 30 
reference: Eckhardt 63 
83.1.631 

10. Akaki im Sarg aus Fichtenhoh, 
1918 

_ (Akaky in a spruce coffin) 
6 7 /i6 x 5 3 /i6 in. (16.4 x 13.2 cm) 
Facing page 32 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 64 
83. 1.63 j 

11. Akaki wird zu Grabe getragen, 
1918 

(Akaky is carried to the grave) 
6 9 /i6 x $ l A in. (16.7 x 13.3 cm) 
Facing page 34 
reference: Eckhardt 65 
83.1.63 k 




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839-7 




839-9 




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12. Die Kalinkin-Briicke, bei der es 
nachts spukt, igi8 
(The Kalinkin Bridge, which is 
haunted at night) 
6 9 /i6 x 5 5 /ie in. (16.7 x 13.5 cm) 
Facing page 38 
reference: Eckhardt 66 II 
83. 1.63 1 

840 

DerRebell 1, 1918 

(The rebel 1) 

Drypoint on japan paper 

6"/i6 x 5 in. (17.0 x 12.7 cm) 

First state; from deluxe edition of 

Marsyas, no. 5 (1918); the issue also 

contains impressions of the second state 

and the published state (p. 93; signed 

and dated, l.r.); total edition of 235 in 

the published state 

inscription: numbered (xxvn/xxxv) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

reference: Eckhardt 119 I 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 288 

83.1.1665 a 

841 

Der Re bell 2, 1918 

(The rebel 2) 

Drypoint on japan paper 

6% x 5'/i6 in. (17. 1 x 12.8 cm) 

First state; from deluxe edition of 

Marsyas, no. 5 (1918); the issue also 

contains impressions of the second state 

and the published state (p. 97; signed 

and dated, l.r.); total edition of 235 in 

the published state 

inscription: numbered (xxvn/xxxv) on 

justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

REFERENCE: Eckhardt 120 I 

exhibition: Reed under 288 

83.1.1665 b 

842 

Der Rebell 3, 1918 

(The rebel 3) 

Drypoint on japan paper 

6% x 4 I5 /i6 in. (17. 1 x 12.6 em) 

First state; from deluxe edition of 

Marsyas, no. 5 (1918); the issue also 

contains impressions of the second state 

and the published state (p. 1 15); total 

edition of 235 in the published state 

inscription: numbered (xxvn/xxxv) on 

justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

reference: Eckhardt 121 1 

exhibition: Reed under 288 

83.1. 1665 g 



842 



224 



Gramatte 



843 

Der Rebell 4, 1918 

(The rebel 4) 

Drypoint on japan paper 

6% x 5'/i6 in. (17. 1 x 12.8 em) 

First state; from deluxe edition of 

Marsyas, no. 5 (1918); the issue also 

contains impressions of the second state 

and the published state (p. 119; signed 

and dated, l.r.); total edition of 235 in 

the published state 

inscription: numbered (xxvu/xxxv) on 

justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

reference: Eckhardt 122 1 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 288 

83. 1.1665 j 

844 

Die tragische Sendung: Ein 
dramatisches Ereignis in zehn Szenen 

(The tragic mission: A dramatization in 

ten scenes) 

Book with 10 woodcuts on Dutch 

handmade paper 

Illustrations to play by Hermann Kasack 

(Berlin: Ernst Rowohlt Verlag, 1920); 

from deluxe edition 

inscription: each sheet signed and 

dated, l.r.; numbered (15/50) and signed 

by author on justification page 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1979 

REFERENCE: Eckhardt 28-37 

EXHIBITION: Barton 78 

83- 1-744 a-j 

1. Blatt 1, 1920 
(Plate 1) 

5 13 /i6 x 3 l /s in. (14.7 x 8.0 cm) 
Before scene 1 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 28 
83.1.744 a 

2. Blatt 2, 1920 
(Plate 2) 

5 15 /ie x 3% in. (15.0 x 8.5 cm) 
Before scene 2 
reference: Eckhardt 29 
83.1.744 b 

3. Blatt 3, 1920 
(Plate 3) 

5 15 /i6 x 3 5 /i6 in. (15.0 x 8.4 cm) 
Before scene 3 
reference: Eckhardt 30 
83.1.744 c 

4. Blatt 4, 1920 
(Plate 4) 

5 13 /i6 x 3V4 in. (14.8 x 8.3 cm) 
Before scene 4 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 31 
83. 1.744 d 

5. Blatt 5, 1920 
(Plate 5) 

5 13 /i6 x 3 5 /ie in. (14.8 x 8.4 cm) 
Before scene 5 
reference: Eckhardt 32 
83. 1.744 e 




843 






844-1 



844-2 



844-3 





844-4 



844-5 



Gramatte 



225 






844-6 



844-7 



844-8 





844-9 



844-10 





845-2 




6. Blatt 6, 1920 
(Plate 6) 

5 I3 /i6 x 3V4 in. (14.7 x 8.3 cm) 
Before scene 6 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 33 
83.1.744 f 

7. Blatt 7, 1920 
(Plate 7) 

5% x 3% in. (14.6 x 8.5 cm) 
Before scene 7 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 34 

8.3- 1-744 g 

8. Blatt 8, 1920 
(Plate 8) 

5% x 3 5 /i6 in. (14.6 x 8.4 cm) 
Before scene 8 
reference: Eckhardt 35 
83. 1.744 h 

9. Blatt 9, 1920 
(Plate 9) 

5"/i6 x 3 5 /i6 in. (145 x 8.4 cm) 
Before scene 9 
reference: Eckhardt 36 
83.1.744 s 

10. Blatt 10, 1920 
(Plate 10) 

5 13 /i6 x 3% in. (14.7 x 8.5 cm) 
Before scene 10 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 37 
83- 1-744 J 

845 

Das Gesicht 

(The face) 

Portfolio of 9 etchings with aquatint 
(3 with watercolor) on japan paper 
Published by Euphorion Verlag, Berlin, 

1924 

inscription: each sheet signed and 

dated, l.r., and numbered (v/x), 1.1. 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 8-10 November 1978, lot 2647 

REFERENCE: Eckhardt 155-63 

According to Ferdinand Eckhardt 

(letter, 1979), this set was probably 

printed for the artist or for a close friend 

of the artist 

M. 82.288.66 a-i 

1. Mann im Baum: Selbstbildnvi, 1923 
(Man in room: Self-portrait) 
Printed in brown and green 

11% x 8 7 /i6 in. (29.9 x 21.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 155 (as 1922) 
M. 82. 288. 66 a 

2. Ldchelnder Kopf: Selbstportrat, 

1923 

(Smiling head: Self-portrait) 

Printed in green 

loVs x 6 13 /i6 in. (25.7 x 17.3 cm) 

REFERENCE: Eckhardt 156 (as 1922) 

M. 82.288.66 b 

3. Ermudender Kopf: Selbstportrat, 
1922 

(Tired head: Self-portrait) 

Printed in green, hand-colored with 

rose watercolor 

9 13 /i6 x 9 7 /i6 in. (25.0 x 24.0 cm) 

REFERENCE: Eckhardt 157 

M. 82. 288. 66 c 



226 



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845 (continued) 

4. Vogelmadchen: Sonia Gramatte, 
1922 

(Bird girl: Sonia Gramatte) 
Printed in blue 
8% x 8% in. (22.2 x 21.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 158 
M. 82. 288. 66 d 

5. Dunkles Gesicht: Selbstbildnis, 
1922 

(Dark face: Self-portrait) 
Printed in dark brown 
lo'/ie x 67s in. (25.5 x 17.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 159 
M. 82.288.66 e 

6. Das Paar: Selbstportrat mit Frau, 
1922 

(The couple: Self-portrait with wiie) 
Printed in blue and green 
g 9 /i6 x 9 15 /i6 in. (24.3 x 25.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 160 
M. 82. 288.66 f 

7. Miider Mddchenkopf: Sonia 
Gramatte, 1923 

(Head of a tired girl: Sonia 
Gramatte) 

Printed in green and black, hand- 
colored with rose watercolor 
11% x 9% in. (29.8 x 23.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 161 
M. 82.288.66 g 

8. Knabenkopf: Selbstportrat, 1922 
(Head of a boy: Self-portrait) 
Printed in green, hand-colored with 
rose watercolor 

I2 n /i6 x 9% in. (32.3 x 24.7 cm) 
reference: Eckhardt 162 (as 
1922-23) 

EXHIBITION: Chipp 39 
M. 82. 288. 66 h 

9. Mann am Meer: Selbstportrat, 1922 
(Man by the sea: Sell-portrait) 
Printed in black and green 

9 13 /i6 x 9V2 in. (24.9 x 24.2 cm) 
reference: Eckhardt 163 (as 1923) 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 40 
M. 82.288.66 i 

846 

Lenz: Ein Fragment von Georg Biichner 
mit zwolf Radierungen von Walter 
Gramatte 

(Lenz: A fragment by Georg Biichner 

with twelve etchings by Walter 

Gramatte) 

Book with 12 etchings on Van Geldern- 

Biitten paper 

Illustrations to story by Georg Biichner 

(Hamburg: Werkstatt Lerchenfeld, 

1925) 

inscription: numbered (1/150) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1979 

reference: Eckhardt 182-93 

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846-9 




1. Blatt l, 1924 
(Plate 1) 

io 9 /i6 x 7 7 /i6 in. (26.9 x 18.9 cm) 
Facing page 4 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 182 
83.1.742 a 

2. Blatt 2, 1924 
(Plate 2) 

io 9 /i6 x 7% in. (26.8 x 18.8 cm) 
Facing page 8 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 183 
83.1.742 b 

3. Blatt 3, 1924 
(Plate 3) 

io 9 /i6 x jVi in. (26.9 x 19.0 cm) 
Facing page 10 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 184 
83.1.742 c 

4. Blatt 4, 1924 
(Plate 4) 

io n /i6 x 7 7 /i6 in. (27.2 x 18.9 cm) 
Facing page 14 
reference: Eckhardt 185 11 
83. 1.742 d 

5. Blatt 5, 1924 
(Plate 5) 

10% x 7 9 /i6 in. (27.0 x 19.2 cm) 
Facing page 16 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 186 
83. 1.742 e 

6. Blatt 6, 1924 
(Plate 6) 

io u /i6 x 7'/z in. (27. 1 x 19.0 cm) 
Facing page 20 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 187 
83. 1.742 f 

7. Blatt 7, 1924 
(Plate 7) 

10% x 7V2 in. (27.0 x 19.0 cm) 
Facing page 26 
reference: Eckhardt 188 

83- 1-742 g 

8. Blatt 8, 1924 
(Plate 8) 

io 9 /i6 x 7 7 /i6 in. (26.9 x 18.9 cm) 
Facing page 30 
reference: Eckhardt 189 
83. 1.742 h 

9. Blatt 9, 1924 
(Plate 9) 

io 9 /i6 x 7 7 /i6 in. (26.9 x 18.9 cm) 
Facing page 36 
reference: Eckhardt 190 
83. 1.742 i 

10. Blatt 10, 1924 
(Plate 10) 

10% x 7V2 in. (27.0 x 19.0 cm) 
Facing page 40 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 191 
83. 1.742 j 



846-10 



228 



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846 (continued) 

11. Blatt ii, 1924 
(Plate 11) 

io 9 /i6 x 7% in. (26.9 x 18.8 cm) 
Facing page 42 
reference: Eckhardt 192 
83.1.742 k 

12. Blatt 12, 1924 
(Plate 12) 

io 9 /i6 x 7% in. (26.8 x 18.8 cm) 
Facing page 50 
reference: Eckhardt 193 
83. 1.742 1 

847 

Wozzeck 

Portfolio of 13 etchings on heavy wove 

paper 

Illustrations to tragedy by Georg 

Biichner 

inscription: inscribed "This is no. four 

from five sets of 'Wozzeck' / found in 

Walter Gramatte s estate / S. C. 

Eckhardt-Gramatte" on title page 

PROVENANCE: estate of the artist; gift of 

Ferdinand Eckhardt, 1980 

reference: Eckhardt 200-201, 

203-13 

83.1.10 a-m 

1. Untitled (title page), 1925 
10% x 8'/4 in. (27.0 x 21.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 200 
83.1.10 m 

2. Wozzeck rasiert den Hauptmann, 

1925 

(Wozzeck shaves the captain) 
io 7 /i6 x 8 3 /i6 in. (26.5 x 20.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 201 
83.1.10 a 

3. Wozzeck in der Uniarmung Marias, 

1925 

(Wozzeck in Maria's embrace) 
10% x 8'/i in. (27.0 x 20.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 203 
83.1.10 b 

4. Maria mit dem Knaben aufdem 
Arm, 1925 

(Maria with the child in her arms) 
io 9 /i6 x 8 3 /i6 in. (26.8 x 20.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 204 
83.1.10 c 

5. Maria in Uniarmung mit dem 
Tambourmajor, 1925 

(Maria embracing the drum major) 
10% x 8 3 /i6 in. (27.0 x 20.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 205 
83.1.10 d 

6. Maria mit dem schlufenden Knaben 
im Arm vor dem Spiegel, verhldrt 
iiber den Ring des Tambourmajors, 

1925 

(Maria before the mirror with the 
sleeping child in her arms, trans- 
figured by the drum major's ring) 
10% x 8'/4 in. (27.0 x 21.0 cm) 
reference: Eckhardt 206 
83.1.10 e 




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847-12 



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Maria betend, 1925 

(Maria praying) 

10% x 8'/j in. (27.0 x 20.9 cm) 

REFERENCE: Eckhardt 207 

83.i.iof 

Wozzeck aufder Strasse; die Hand 

des Hauptmanns winkt ihr heran, 

1925 

(Wozzeck in the street; the captain's 
hand beckons him closer) 
10% x 8V1 in. (27.0 x 21.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 208 
83.1. log 

Grosser KopfWozzecks restlos 
verzweifelt, 1925 
(Large head of Wozzeck in total 
despair) 

io 9 /i6 x 8'/8 in. (26.9 x 20.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 209 
83.1.10 h 
Der Mord, 1925 
(The murder) 

io 9 /i6 x 8 3 /i6 in. (26.9 x 20.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 210 
83.1.10 i 

Wozzeck geht in den Teich, 1925 
(Wozzeck enters the pond) 
io 5 /s x 8 3 /i6 in. (27.0 x 20.8 cm) 
reference: Eckhardt 211 
83.1.10J 

Wozzeck ertrinkt, 1925 
(Wozzeck drowns) 
10% x 8V4 in. (27.0 x 21.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 212 
83.1.10 k 
13. Zwei Burger laufen davon, ah sie 
unheimliche haute com Teich 
horen, 1925 

(Two townsmen run away because 
they hear unearthly sounds from 
the pond) 

io 5 /8 x 8V4 in. (27.0 x 20.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Eckhardt 213 
83.1.10 1 



10 



11 



12 



848 Otto Greiner 

Golgotha, c. 1896 

Lithograph on chine colle born 1869 Leipzig 

7 I5 /i6 x 10V16 in. (20. 1 x 25. 5 cm) 

From Pan 2, no. 2 (1896): following 104 died 1916 Munich 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

reference: Dennerlein 979 

83-1-1352 h 



849 

Naehtliche Pionierarheit , 1914 
(Nighttime spadework) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i3 9 /i6 x 9V16 in. (34.4 x 23.0 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 12 (1914): 2 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/90 
83.1.1411 b 



George Greve-Lindau 

born 1876 Lindau 



849 



230 



Greve-Lindau 



Otto Griebel 



born 1893/95 
Meerane 



died 1972 Dresden 



850 

Reitergefecht, 1914 

(Cavalry battle) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

11 I3 /i6 x 9 3 /i6 in. (30.0 x 23.3 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 17 (1914): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/91 

83.1.1416 a 



851 

Niemandsland,' 1935 

(No-man's-land) 

Black ink and white gouache on green 

paper 

i2 5 /i6 x 17V& in. (31.2 x 43.6 cm) 

inscription: signed, dated, and titled, 

u.r. 

PROVENANCE: Galerie Pabst, Munich; 

purchased in 1982 

exhibition: Der erste Weltkrieg: Vision 

und Wirhlichkeit (Munich: Galerie 

Pabst, 1982), no. 33 

M. 82. 287. 80 

852 

Verwundeter, 1935 

(Wounded man) 

Charcoal and black crayon on wove 

paper 

i2 3 /ie x i6'/s in. (31.0 x 41.0 cm) 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r. 

PROVENANCE: Galerie Pabst, Munich; 

purchased in 1982 

exhibition: Der erste Weltkrieg: Vision 

und Wirklichkeit (Munich: Galerie 

Pabst, 1982), no. 34 

M. 82.287.81 



Walter 0. Grimm 853 

Akt, c. 1918 

born c. 1890 (Nude) 

Woodcut on wove paper 
died 1919 4 3 /i6 x 3% in. (10.7 x 8.2 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turin, no. 1 (1919): 

pl-3 

inscription: numbered (94/100) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1315 c 

854 

BildnisL.H.,c. 1918 

(Portrait of L. H.) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 3 /i6 x 3'/8 in. (10.6 x 8.0 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 1 (1919): 

pl-S 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (94/100) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.13156 




850 




853 





852 




Grimm 



231 







858 




860 



855 

Bildnis L. Th., c. 1918 
(Portrait of L. Th.) 
Woodcut on purple wove paper 
4'/i6 x 3 3 /i6 in. (10.3 x 8. 1 cm) 
From Menschen 1, no. 8 (1918): 1 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 
exhibition: Reed under 289 
83.1.1372 c 

856 

Das Cabarett, c. 1918 

(The cabaret) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5V16 x 4 I5 /i6 in. (12.9 x 12.6 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 1 (1919): 

pi. 8 

inscription: numbered (94/100) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1315 h 

857 

Dos Cafe, c. 1918 

(The cafe) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

5'/s x 5V16 in. (13.0 x 12.8 cm) 

From Menschen 2, no. 4 (1919): 3 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 

exhibition: Reed under 289 

83- 1- 1379 J 

858 

Christfestblatt 1918: "Erkennen," 1918 

(Christmas sheet 1918: "Behold the 

Christ Child") 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5'/8 x 3 7 /i6 in. (13.0 x 8.7 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 1 (1919): 

pi. 7 

inscription: numbered (94/100) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83-1-1315 g 

859 

lm Cafe, c. 1918 
(In the cafe) 

Woodcut on purple wove paper 
2 15 /i6 x 3 5 /i6 in. (7.5 x 8.4 cm) 
From Menschen 1, no. 8 (1918): 1 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 289 
83.1.1372 b 

860 

Jesus im Tempel, c. 1918 
(Jesus in the temple) 
Woodcut on purple wove paper 
9 13 /i6 x 9V2 in. (24.9 x 24. 1 cm) 
From Menschen 1, no. 8 (1918): 2 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 289 
83. 1. 1372 d 



232 



Grimm 

861 

Landschaft, c. 1918 

(Landscape) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

8'/i6 x 7%6 in. (20.5 x 18.2 cm) 

From Menschen 2, no. 1 (1919): 2 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 

exhibition: Reed under 289 

83.1.1379 a 

862 

Linoleumschnitt, c. 1918 

(Linoleum cut) 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

4 I3 /ie x 3 7 /8 in. (12.3 x 9.8 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 1 (1919): 

pi. 1 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (94/100) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris. New York; 

purchased in 1978 

8311315a 

863 

Das Miidchen, c. 1918 

(The girl) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 n /i6 x 3'/s in. (9.4 x 8.0 cm) 

From Die Ahtion 8, no. 39/40 (1918): 

500; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84.5.80 c; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

864 

Menschen, c. 1918 

(Humanity) 

Woodcut on pink wove paper 

10 3 /i6 x 8 9 /i6 in. (25.8 x 21.7 cm) 

From Menschen 1, no. 9 (1918): 3 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 

exhibition: Reed under 289 

83- 1- 1373C 

865 

Miide Tanzerin, c. 1918 

(Tired dancer) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 7 /& x 2 3 /» in. (9.9 x 6.9 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 1 (1919): 

pi. 6 

inscription: numbered (94/100) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1. 1315 f 

866 

Mutter und Kind, c. 1918 

(Mother and child) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 x 3'/8 in. (10. 1 x 8.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 12/13(1919): 

182 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1550 b 





861 



862 




863 





864 



865 




866 



Grimm 



233 




868 




867 





870 



869 





867 

Der ScUaf, c. 1918 

(Sleep) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3V4 x 6 n /i6 in. (8.0 x 17.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 23/24 (1919): 

381-82; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83- 1- 1553 b 

868 

Der Schlaf, c. 1918 

(Sleep) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5% x 4% in. (14.6 x 12.4 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 41/42 (1919): 

cover 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1560 a 

869 

Studie, 1918 

(Study) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 x 2 13 /i6 in. (17. 7 x 7.2 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 1 (1919): 

pi. 4 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (94/100) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1. 1315 d 

870 

Totenklage, c. 1918 

(Dirge) 

Woodcut on purple wove paper 

4% x 9% in. (11.1 x 23.8 cm) 

From Menschen 1, no. 8 (1918): 2 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 289 

83.1.13726 

871 

Vber das dunlde Wasser, c. 1918 

(Over dark water) 

Woodcut on pink wove paper 

4V8 x 2 5 /ie in. (10.5 x 5.9 cm) 

From Menschen 1, no. 9 (1918): 2 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 289 

83- 1- 1373 b 

872 

Verkundigung, c. 1918 

(Annunciation) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4Vs x 3V8 in. (10.5 x 7.9 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turin, no. 1 (1918): 

pi. 2 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (94/100) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1315 b 



871 



234 



Grossberger 



Herbert Grossberger 873 

Begegnung, c. 1912 

born 1890 (Encounter) 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

died 1954 3% x 4 in. (9.6 x 10.1 cm) 

From Saturn 3, no. 1 (1913): cover; the 
image also appears on p. 19 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 4 June 1975, part of lot 4899 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 300 

83.1.1312 a 

874 

Duzi, Duzi! c. 1912 

Etching on laid paper, tipped in 

3 I5 /i6 x 2 in. (10.0 x 5.0 cm) 

From Saturn 2, no. 6 (1912): 120 

PROVENANCE: M. K. Neudold (ex libris); 

Galerie Gerda Bassenge, Berlin, 4 June 

1975. P art of lot 4 8 99 
exhibition: Reed under 300 
83.1.1311c 

875 

Frau M., c. 1912 
Woodcut on wove paper 
5 5 /i6 x 3 15 /i6 in. (13.5 x 10.0 cm) 
From Saturn 2, no. 8 (1912): 157 
PROVENANCE: M. K. Neudold (ex libris); 
Galerie Gerda Bassenge, Berlin, 4 June 
1975, part of lot 4899 
exhibition: Reed under 300 
83.1.1311 g 

876 

Frau S., c. 1912 
Woodcut on wove paper 
5 13 /i6 x 4 in. (14.7 x 10.2 cm) 
From Saturn 2, no. 8 (1912): 171 
PROVENANCE: M. K. Neudold (ex libris); 
Galerie Gerda Bassenge, Berlin, 4 June 
1975, part of lot 4899 
exhibition: Reed under 300 
83.1.1311 h 

877 

Frau St., c. 1912 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

3% x 2 15 /ie in. (8.6 x 7. 5 cm) 

From Saturn 3, no. 2 (1913): 51 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 4 June 1975, part of lot 4899 

exhibition: Reed under 300 

83.1.1313 c 

878 

Die Schlafstube, c. 1912 

(The bedroom) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 l5 /i6 x 3 7 /i6 in. (10.0 x 8.8 cm) 

From Saturn 2, no. 4 (1912): 75 

provenance: M. K. Neudold (ex libris); 

Galerie Gerda Bassenge, Berlin, 4 June 

1975, part of lot 4899 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 300 

83.1.1311b 





873 



874 





875 




877 




878 



Grossmann 



235 




879 




881 




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880 




882 




879 

Strindberg, e. 1912 
Woodcut on wove paper 
4 7 /i6 x 2 I3 /i6 in. (11.2 x 7.2 em) 
From Saturn 2, no. 12 (1912): 271 
provenance: M. K. Neudold (ex libris); 
Galerie Gerda Bassenge, Berlin, 4 June 
1Q -75. part °f lot 4899 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 300 
83.1.1311 1 



880 

Judisches Theater: Der Zauberer, 

c 1905 

(Jewish theater: The magician) 

Etching on laid paper 

7 9 /i6 x 4V2 in. (19.2 x 11.5 cm) 

One of only 2 impressions 

INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1.; titled, l.r.j 

estate stamp, verso 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

reference: Jentsch 70 

EXHIBITION: Reed 379 

M. 82.288.67 

881 

Bauerntanz Brugge, c. 1906 

(Peasants' dance in Bruges) 

Etching printed in green on laid paper 

5'/s x 7V6 in. (13.0 x 18. 1 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1.; titled, l.r.; 

estate stamp, 1.1. 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 48 

EXHIBITION: Reed 376 

M. 82. 288. 68 

882 

Madehen mit grossem Hut, c. 1907 
(Girl with big hat) 
Etching on laid paper 
8 9 /i6 x 5 7 /i6 in. (21.7 x 13.8 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: estate stamp, verso 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
reference: Jentsch 4g 
EXHIBITION: Reed 377 
M. 82.288.69 

883 

Untitled (landscape with wagon), 

c. 1909 

Drypoint on laid paper 

4 I3 /i6 x 6 5 /i6 in. (12.3 x 16.0 cm) 

From Kunst und Kiinstler 8, no. 4 

(1910): 184 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: not in Jentsch 

83.1.1228 b 



Rudolf Grossmann 

born 1882 Freiburg 
died 1941 Freiburg 



236 



Grossmann 



884 

AmBahnhofFriedrichstrasse, c. 1911 

(At the Friedriehstrasse train station) 

Lithograph on japan paper 

9 15 /i6 x 7 u /i6 in. (25.3 x 19.5 em) 

From Kunst und Kiinstler 9, no. 8 

(1911): 414 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Jentseh 243 

83. 1. 1229 c 

885 

7m Tiergarten, c. 1911 

(In the Tiergarten) 

Lithograph on japan paper 

7V2 x g 15 /i6 in. (19.0 x 23.7 em) 

From Kunst und Kiinstler 9, no. 12 

(1911): 651 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Jentseh 245 

83.1.1229 f 

886 

Landstrasse bei Zehlendorf, c. 1911 
(Country road near Zehlendorf) 
Lithograph on japan paper 
6 5 /i6 x 9^6 in. (16.0 x 23.6 cm) 
From Kunst und Kiinstler 9, no. 5 
(1911): 257 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 
purchased in 1982 
REFERENCE: not in Jentseh 
83.1.1229 b 

887 

Kubin nach Tisch, 1912 
(Portrait of Kubin after dinner) 
Pencil on manila paper 
-jVa x i2 5 /i6 in. (18.4 x 31.3 cm) 
inscription: signed and dated, 1.1.; 
inscribed "Dr. Hans Contrate," l.r. 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
REFERENCE: Jentseh 18 
EXHIBITION: Reed 380 
M. 82.288.331 

888 

Rennplatz, c. 1912 

(Turf) 

Lithograph on japan paper 

7 7 /6 x 9% in. (20.0 x 24. 5 cm) 

From Kunst und Kiinstler 10, no. 10 

(1912): 519 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Jentseh 257 

83.1.1239 a 

889 

Vor der Stadt, c. 1912 

(Outside the city) 

Drypoint on Strathmore japan paper 

3% x 6'/8 in. (9.5 x 15.6 cm) 

From Zeitschrift fur bildende Kunst, 

n.s., 23, no. 5 (1912): following 132 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 

reference: Jentseh 126 

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889 




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237 




890 




891 





892 



893 




890 

Begrabnis, c. 1913 

(Funeral) 

Lithograph on japan paper 

7 7 /i6 x loVi in. (18.9 x 26.0 cm) 

From Kunst und Kiinstler 11, no. 2 

(1913): 80 

provenance: Erasmus, Amsterdam; 

purchased in 1975 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 246 

exhibition: Reed under 286 

83.1.1242 n 

891 

Berliner Bilder 6, c. 1913 
(Berlin pictures 6) 
Lithograph on japan paper 
6Vs x 8 15 /i6 in. (15.5 x 22.7 cm) 
From Kunst und Kiinstler 11, no. 7 

(1913): 340 

provenance: Erasmus, Amsterdam; 

purchased in 1975 

reference: not in Jentsch 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 286 

83.1.1242 z 

892 

Berliner Baracken-Lazarett, 1914 
(Hospital barracks in Berlin) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i2'/4 x 9 13 /i6 in. (31. 1 x 25.0 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 13 (1914): 4 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

reference: Jentsch 218 
EXHIBITION: Reed 281/93 
83.1.1412 d 

893 

Husarenball, c. 1914 

(Hussars' ball) 

Lithograph on japan paper 

6Vt x 8 in. (15.8 x 20.3 cm) 

From Kunst und Kiinstler 12, no. 2 

(1914): 82 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 247 

83.1.12431 

894 

Polnische Fliichtlinge, 1914 

(Polish refugees) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

6x9'/iin. (15.3x23.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 16 (1914): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 219 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/94 

83.1.1415 b 



894 



238 



Grossmann 



895 

Strassenkampf, 1914 

(Street battle) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

n 5 /8 x g 7 /i6 in. (29.6 x 23.9 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 8 (1914): 1 

PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 217 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/92 

83.1.1407 a 

896 

Vorstadt im Schnee, 1914 

(Suburb in the snow) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

8 x io"/i6 in. (20.3 x 27.2 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 20 (1914): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 220 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/96 

83.1.1418 b 

897 

Untitled (armed Arabs), 1914 

Lithograph on wove paper 

4 5 /ie x 9 7 /i6 in. (11.0 x 23.9 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 18/19 (1914): 6 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

reference: not in Jentsch 

exhibition: Reed 281/95 

83.1. 1417 f 

898 

Berliner Vorort, c. 1915 

(Berlin suburb) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

7% x 9% in. (20.0 x 24.7 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 44 (1915): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

reference: Jentsch 221 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/97 

83.1.1442 c 

899 

"Wer will unter die Soldaten . . . ," 

c- 1915 

("Who wants to become a soldier . . .") 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i4 9 /i6 x 9V4 in. (37.0 x 23.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 48 (1915): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

reference: Jentsch 222 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/98 

83. 1. 1446 c 




896 




897 




898 




895 




899 



Grossmann 



239 



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901 



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900 

Untitled (cavalrymen resting), c. 1915 
Lithograph on wove paper 
6% x 5 3 /i6 in. (16.2 x 13.2 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 11 (1915): 159 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
reference: Jentsch under 348 
exhibition: Reed under 308 
83.1.1196 b 

901 

Untitled (city scene), c. 1915 

Lithograph on wove paper 

4% x 7% in. (12.4 x 18.8 cm) 

From special edition of Zeit-Echo 1, no. 

13(1915): 199 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (32) on table of 

contents 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

reference: Jentsch under 348 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 308 

83.1.1198 c 

902 

Untitled (soldiers in park), c. 1915 
Lithograph on laid paper 
6% x 5V4 in. (17. 1 x 13.3 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 2, no. 1 (1915-16): 13 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
reference: Jentsch under 348 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 308 
83.1.1207 b 

903 

Untitled (tavern scene), c. 1915 
Lithograph on laid paper 
4 13 /i6 x 4 J3 /i6 in. (12.3 x 12.3 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 2, no. 3 (1915-16): 38 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
reference: Jentsch under 348 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 308 
83.1.1209 b 

904 

Untitled (women bathing), c. 1915 

Lithograph on laid paper 

6 5 /s x 5 5 /i6 in. (16.9 x 13.5 cm) 

From Zeit-Echo 2, no. 7 (1915-16): 104 

PROVENANCE: gift of Elmar Seibel, 1983 

reference: Jentsch under 348 

L. 86. 1.72 b; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Reverly Hills, 

California 

905 

Untitled (couple in landscape), c. 1915 

Lithograph on laid paper 

5 13 /i6 x 3 7 /8 in. (14.7 x 9.9 cm) 

From Zeit-Echo 2, no. 11 (1915-16): 

167 

provenance: gift of Elmar Seibel, 1983 

reference: Jentsch under 348 

L. 86. 1 . 76 b; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



Grossmann 



906 

Bayerischer Wald, c. 1916 
(Bavarian forest) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
n 7 /i6 x 8Vj in. (29.0 x 21.0 cm) 
From Der Bildermann 1, no. 13 

(1916): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 224 

EXHIBITION: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.51 

907 

Deutsches Stadtchen, c. 1916 

(German village) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

n 3 /i6 x 8 3 /8 in. (28.4 x 21.2 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 3 (1916): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 225 

exhibition: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.10 

908 

Die fromine Helene, c. 1916 

(Pious Helene) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

n 5 /8 x 5% in. (29.5 x 13.6 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 17, 

(1916): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

reference: Jentsch 223 

exhibition: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.67 

909 

lm Miinchner Hofbrdu, c. 1916 

(In the Munich Hofbrau) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

6V2 x 8 7 /8 in. (16.5 x 22.5 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 10 

(1916): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

reference: not in Jentsch 

exhibition: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.37 

910 

lm Miinchner Hofgarten, c. 1916 

(In the Munich Hofgarten) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

6 9 /i6 x 7 15 /i6 in. (16.7 x 20.2 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 5(1916): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 226 

exhibition: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.17 




907 



909 







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906 






U Ih 



910 



Grossmann 



241 





912 



911 





911 

Landschaft am Neckar, c 1916 

(Landscape by the Neckar River) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

5'A x 9V16 in. (14.0 x 23.0 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 15 

(1916): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

REFERENCE: not in Jentsch 

exhibition: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.57 

912 

Miinchen, chinesischer Turm, c. 1916 

(Munich, Chinese tower) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

liVie x 8 7 /i6 in. (28.2 x 21.4 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 7 (1916): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 227 

EXHIBITION: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.26 

913 

Till Ulenspiegel 

One lithograph with watercolor and 6 
vignette lithographs on wove paper 
Illustrations to translation of chapters 
36, 37, and 40 of book by Charles de 
Coster, excerpted from Kunst und 
Kiinstler 14, no. 2 (1916): 57-68; the 
center also has impressions from the 
bound volume of the periodical 
provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 
purchased in 1982 
reference: Jentsch 359 
83.i.66a-g 
1. Untitled (woman seated), c. 1916 

With blue, green, and rose 

watercolor 

5 7 /i6 x 6V2 in. (13.8 x 16.5 cm) 

Page 68 

83. 1.66 g 

914 

Untitled (violinist), c. 1916 
Lithograph on laid paper 
6% x 4% in. (16.2 x 11.1 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 2, no. 13 (1915-16): 

195 

provenance: gift of Elmar Seibel, 1983 

reference: Jentsch under 348 

L. 86. 1.78 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



242 



Grossmann 



915 

Blick aus dem Fenster, c. 1917 
(View from the window) 
Drypoint on japan paper 
7% x 5% in. (19.7 x 14.6 cm) 
First state; from deluxe edition of 
Marstjas, no. 3 (1917); the issue also 
contains impressions of the second state 
(signed, 1.1.) and the published state 
(p. 237); total edition of 235 in the 
published state 

INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1.; numbered 
(xxvn/xxxv) on justification page 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
REFERENCE: Jentsch 351 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 288 
83.1. 1663 y 

916 

Caliban 1, c. 1917 

Lithograph printed in brown on japan 

paper 

14% x 10% in. (37.5 x 27.6 cm) 

From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 

from edition A (total edition of 200) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1.; numbered 

(xiv/l) on justification page; publisher's 

blind stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

reference: Jentsch 249 

exhibition: Reed 336/8 

M. 82.288.384.8 

917 

Caliban 1, c. 1917 

Offset lithograph printed in brown with 
blue, pink, and green watercolor on 
japan paper 

i4 5 /s x 10% in. (37.1 x 27.3 cm) 
From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 
(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 
from edition A 

inscription: signed, 1.1.; numbered 
(xiv/l) on justification page; publisher's 
blind stamp, l.r. 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1972 
reference: Jentsch 248 
exhibition: Reed 336/37 
Because of its appearance and reduced 
size, the print is probably a reproduc- 
tion of cat. no. 916 that was hand- 
colored by the artist, rather than an 
original lithograph 
M. 82.288.384.37 



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915 





916 



917 



Grossmann 



243 





. jS§5&£«Kfc$ij«)»i»=S'"v 



920-1 








919 



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920-2 




920-3 



920-4 



918 

Caliban 2, c. 1917 

Lithograph printed in brown on japan 

paper 

i5 3 /ie x i3'/4 in. (38.5 x 33.7 em) 

From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 

from edition A (total edition of 200) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1.; numbered 

(xiv/l) on justification page, publisher's 

blind stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 250 

EXHIBITION: Reed 336/9 

M. 82. 288.384.9 

919 

Liebespaar, c. 1917 

(Lovers) 

Drypoint on japan paper 

5V2 x 3 9 /ie in. (14.0 x 9.0 cm) 

First state; from deluxe edition of 

Marsyas, no. 3 (1917); the issue also 

contains impressions of the second state 

(signed, 1.1.) and the published state 

(p. 227); total edition of 235 in the 

published state 

INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1.; numbered 

(xxvn/xxxv) on justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

reference: Jentsch 355 (before 

remarque) 

exhibition: Reed under 288 

83. 1. 1663 p 

920 

Posinsky: Eine Novelle von Carl 
Sternheim 

(Posinsky: A novella by Carl Sternheim) 
Book with 6 lithographs on laid paper 
Illustrations to story by Carl Sternheim 
(Berlin: Verlag Heinrich Hochstim, 
1917); edition of 50 
PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 
purchased in 1977 
REFERENCE: Jentsch 469 

83- 1-574 a-f ' 

1. Untitled (cover), c. 1917 
3 7 /s x 3 7 /s in. (9.9 x 9.9 cm) 

83- 1-574 a 

2. Untitled (man at stove), c. 1917 
i 7 /a x 2% in. (4.8 x 6. 1 cm) 
Page 7 

83- 1- 574 b 

3. Untitled (people in street), c. 1917 
4% x 3 7 /8 in. (12. 1x9.9 cm) 

Page 37 

83- 1-574 c 

4. Untitled (seated nude man), c. 1917 
4 1 /-! x 3V2 in. (10.8 x 8.9 cm) 

Page 41 
83- 1-574 d 



244 



Grossmann 



920 (continued) 

5. Untitled (figures at doorway), 
c. 1917 

3 x 3% in. (7.6 x 9.2 em) 
Page 59 
83- 1-574 e 

6. Untitled (man standing at table), 
c. 1917 

4 l A x 2% in. (11.4 x 7.0 cm) 
Page 61 
83- 1-574 i 

921 

Ungleiches Paar, c. 1917 

(Unlikely couple) 

Drypoint on japan paper 

9 5 /i6 x 7V16 in. (23.7 x 18.0 cm) 

First state; from deluxe edition of 

Marsyas, no. 3 (1917); the issue also 

contains impressions of the second state 

(signed, 1.1.) and the published state 

(p. 233); total edition of 235 in the 

published state 

INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1.; numbered 

(xxvn/xxxv) on justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

reference: Jentsch 353 (before 

remarque) 

exhibition: Reed under 288 

83.1.1663 v 

922 

Villa am See, c. 1917 

(Villa by the lake) 

Drypoint on japan paper 

6'/j x 4% in. (15.9 x 12.0 cm) 

First state; from deluxe edition of 

Marsyas, no. 3 (1917); the issue also 

contains impressions of the second state 

(signed, 1.1.) and the published state 

(p. 229); total edition of 235 in the 

published state 

INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1.; numbered 

(xxvn/xxxv) on justification page 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

reference: Jentsch 354 (before 

remarque) 

exhibition: Reed under 288 

83.1.1663 s 

923 

Untitled (man in city), c. 1917 
Drypoint on japan paper 
5 7 /s x 3 13 /i6 in. (14.9 x 9.7 cm) 
From prospectus for Marsyas (May 
1917), p. 7; total edition of 235 
INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1.; numbered 
(xxvn/xxxv) on justification page 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
reference: not in Jentsch 
exhibition: Reed under 288 
83.1.1660 c 




920-5 




921 




923 




920-6 







922 




Grossmann 



245 










925-1 




925-4 




925-7 



"";»•-■ is 




925-10 





925-2 



925-3 





925-6 





925-8 



925-9 





924 

Untitled (concert), c. 1917 
Lithograph with ocher, gray, and 
lavender watercolor on japan paper 
9% x 7% in. (24.5 x 18.7 cm) 
From Kunst unci Kiinstler 16, no. 5 
(1918): 166 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 
purchased in 1982 
reference: not in Jentsch 
83.1.1247 a 

925 

Eine dumme Geschichte 

(A stupid story) 

Portfolio of 22 lithographs and 1 ink and 
wash drawing on japan paper 
Accompanied illustrated book by 
Fyodor Dostoyevski (Munich: Marees- 
Gesellschaft, 1918); total edition of 200 
INSCRIPTION: each sheet signed, 1.1.; 
numbered (3/50) on cover 
provenance: H. J. Hintze (ex libris, 
portfolio); Leo Lewin (ex libris, 
portfolio); PauLFreier (ex libris, book); 
Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 
purchased in 1975 
REFERENCE: Jentsch 358, 45 
exhibition: Reed 335; Guenther 92 
83.1.64.2 a-w 

1. Untitled (title page), 1918 
8% x 6 3 /i6 in. (22.2 x 15.7 cm) 
83.1.64.2 a 

2. Untitled (plate 2), 1918 

5% x 4'/s in. (15.0 x 10.5 cm) 
83.1.64.2 b 

3. Untitled (plate 3), 1918 

6Vi6 x 3 15 /i6 in. (15.4 x 10.0 cm) 
83.1.64.2 c 

4. Untitled (plate 4), 1918 

6Vi6 x 3 15 /i6 in. (15.4 x 10.0 cm) 
83.1.64.2 d 

5. Untitled (plate 5), 1918 

6 x 3 15 /i6 in. (15.3 x 10.0 cm) 
83.1.64.2 e 

6. Untitled (plate 6), 1918 

5 7 /s x 3 I5 /i6 in. (15.0 x 10.0 cm) 
83.1.64.2 f 

7. Untitled (plate 7), 1918 
4 13 /i6 x 3% in. (12.2 x 9.5 cm) 
83. 1.64.2 g 

8. Untitled (plate 8), 1918 

4 1 /-! x 4 3 /i6 in. (10.8 x 10.6 cm) 
83.1.64.2 h 

9. Untitled (plate 9), 1918 

5 7 /8 x 3 15 /i6 in. (15.0 x 10.0 cm) 
83.1.64.2 i 

10. Untitled (plate 10), 1918 
6x4 in. (15.2 x 10.2 cm) 
83. 1.64.2 j 

11. Untitled (plate 11), 1918 

5 7 /s x 3 15 /i6 in. (15.0 x 10.0 cm) 
83.1.64.2 k 

12. Untitled (plate 12), 1918 

4% x 3 15 /i6 in. (12.0 x 10.0 cm) 
83.1.64.2 1 



246 



Grossmann 



925 (continued) 

13. Untitled (plate 13), 1918 
6'/s x 4 5 /i6 in. (15.5 x n.o cm) 
83.1.64.2 m 

14. Untitled (plate 14), 1918 
5 n /i6 x 4 in. (145 x 10.2 cm) 
83.1.64.2 n 

15. Untitled (plate 15), 1918 
5'/8 x 3% in. (13.0 x 9.9 cm) 
83.1.64.2 o 

16. Untitled (plate 16), 1918 
5 7 /s x 4 5 /ie in. (15.0 x 11.0 cm) 
83. 1.64.2 p 

17. Untitled (plate 17), 1918 
5% x 4 in. (15.0 x 10.2 cm) 
83.1.64.2 q 

18. Untitled (plate 18), 1918 

5 7 /8 x 3 15 /i6 in. (15.0 x 10.0 cm) 
83.1.64.2 r 

19. Untitled (plate 19), 1918 
5 7 /s x 4V16 in. (15.0 x 10.3 cm) 
83.1.64.2 s 

20. Untitled (plate 20), 1918 
5 ! yi6 x 3^16 in. (15. 1x10.1 cm) 
83.1.64.2 t 

21. Untitled (plate 21), 1918 
6 x 3% in. (15.2 x 9.6 cm) 
83.1.64.2 u 

22. Untitled (seated nude), 1918 
Charcoal and brownish gray ink and 
wash, laid down 

5^16 x 3^16 in. (15.1 x 10.0 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: initialed, l.r. 

REFERENCE: JeiltSch 45 

Study for plate 21 of Eine dumme 

Geschichte 

83.1.64.2 w 

23. Untitled (plate 22), 1918 
6 x 3 5 /i6 in. (15.3 x 8.5 cm) 
83.1.64.2 v 

926 

At Aschinger, Berlin, c. 1919 
Lithograph on laid paper 
7% x 7 5 /i6 in. (19.7 x 18.5 cm) 
provenance: gift of Dr. Jelena Hahl, 



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925-13 




925-16 






925-17 




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925-15 




925-18 



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reference: not in Jentsch 
M. 82.287. 18 

927 

Berliner Pferdemarkt, c. 1919 

(Horse market in Berlin) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

8 9 /i6 x 7V16 in. (21.7 x 18.0 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fur Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 2 (1919): 31 

inscription: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

provenance: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

reference: Jentsch under 357 

exhibition: Reed under 290 

83. 1. 1324 f 



925-19 



925-20 



925-21 





925-23 



Grossmann 



247 





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928 

Freude am Schonen, c. 1919 
(Delight in beauty) 
Lithograph on heavy wove paper 
5^6 x 4V16 in. (14.2 x 10.3 cm) 
From Julius Meier-Graefe, ed., 
Gamjmed, vol. 1 (Munich: R. Piper & 
Co., 1919), following p. 140 
provenance: Ganymede Graphics, 
Berkeley; purchased in 1974 
reference: Jentsch under 356 
exhibition: Reed 317/2 
Although all five prints by Grossmann in 
this volume are listed as original 
lithographs, they appear to be offset 
83.1.1385 b 

929 

Der Kritiker, c. 1919 
(The critic) 

Lithograph on heavy wove paper 
5'/2 x 4 5 /i6 in. (14.0 x 11.0 cm) 
From Julius Meier-Graefe, ed., 
Gamjmed, vol. 1 (Munich: R. Piper & 
Co., 1919), following p. 152 
provenance: Ganymede Graphics, 
Berkeley; purchased in 1974 
REFERENCE: Jentsch under 356 
EXHIBITION: Reed 317/5 
See remarks under cat. no. 928. 
Although it is listed in the table of 
contents under this title, the image is 
the same as Der Unverstandene (cat. 
no. 934) 
83.1.13856 

930 

Der Kunstfreund, c. 1919 

(The art lover) 

Lithograph on heavy wove paper 

6!/i x 4'/s in. (15.9 x 10.5 cm) 

From Julius Meier-Graefe, ed., 

Gamjmed, vol. 1 (Munich: R. Piper & 

Co. , 1919), following p. 136 

provenance: Ganymede Graphics, 

Berkeley; purchased in 1974 

reference: Jentsch under 356 

EXHIBITION: Reed 317/1 

See remarks under cat. no. 928 

83.1.1385 a 

931 

Der Kunsthdndler, c. 1919 
(The art dealer) 

Lithograph on heavy wove paper 
5V2 x 4 5 /i6 in. (14.0 x 11.0 cm) 
From Julius Meier-Graefe, ed., 
Gamjmed, vol. 1 (Munich; R. Piper & 
Co., 1919), following p. 148 
provenance: Ganymede Graphics, 
Berkeley; purchased in 1974 
reference: Jentsch under 356 
EXHIBITION: Reed 317/3 
See remarks under cat. no. 928 
83. 1.1385 d 



930 



931 



248 



Grossmann 



932 

DieLoge, c. 1919 

(The loge) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

9 x yVt in. (22.8 x 18.5 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fur Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 10(1919): 153 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of eon tents 

provenance: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

reference: Jentsch under 357 

exhibition: Reed under 290 

83.1.1332 c 

933 

Ochsenstall, c. 1919 

(Ox stable) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

9 7 /i6 x 7 9 /i6 in. (24.0 x 19.2 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fur Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 4 (1919): 63 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

provenance: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

reference: Jentsch under 357 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 290 

83.1.1326 e 

934 

Der Unverstandene, c. 1919 
(The misunderstood) 
Lithograph on heavy wove paper 
5V2 x 4 5 /i6 in. (14.0 x 11.0 cm) 
From Julius Meier-Graefe, ed., 
Gamjmed, vol. 1 (Munich: R. Piper & 
Co., 1919), following p. 144 
provenance: Ganymede Graphics, 
Berkeley; purchased in 1974 
REFERENCE: Jentsch under 356 
EXHIBITION: Reed 317/4 
See remarks under cat. nos. 928 and 
929. Not illustrated 
83.1.1385 c 

935 

Zirkus, c. 1919 

(Circus) 

Lithograph and watercolor on laid paper 

■f/m x 8'/s in. (18.3 x 20.6 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fur Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 6 (1919) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

provenance: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

reference: Jentsch under 357 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 290 

83. 1. 1328 a 



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Untitled (couple), c. 1919 

Lithograph and vvatercolor on laid paper 

7 x 4 ,3 /i6 in. (17.8 x 12.5 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fur Dichtung und Graphih 1, 

no. 1 (1919) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

provenance: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

REFERENCE: not in Jentsch 

exhibition: Reed under 290 

83.1.1323 a 

937 

Untitled (reading in armchair), c. 1919 

Lithograph on laid paper 

8'/i6 x 6 7 /i6 in. (20.5 x 16.4 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fur Dichtung und Craphik 1, 

no. 7(1919): 107 

inscription: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

provenance: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

REFERENCE: not in Jentsch 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 290 

83. 1. 1329 d 

938 

Untitled (three figures), c. 1919 

Lithograph on laid paper 

3 13 /i6 x 5 ! /s in. (9.7 x 13.0 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fur Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 8 (1919): 125 

inscription: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

PROVENANCE: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

reference: not in Jentsch 

exhibition: Reed under 290 

83.1. 1330 e 

939 

Die Boxer, c. 1920 

(The boxers) 

Lithograph on heavy wove paper 

8V2 x 7 5 /i6 in. (21.6 x 18.6 cm) 

From Kurt Pfister, ed. , Deutsche 

Graphiker der Gegenwart (Leipzig: 

Klinkhardt & Riermann, 1920), pi. 7; 

edition of 600 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 293 

exhibition: Reed under 339 

83.1.171 e 



939 



Grossmann 



940 

E. T. A. Hoffmann: Ritter Gluck 

Portfolio of 18 woodcuts with watercolor 
and 1 drawing on japan paper 
Blocks cut by Johann Tempel and Albert 
Fallscheer after drawings by Gross- 
mann; hand-coloring is by Grossmann. 
Published by Marees-Gesellschaft, 
Munich, 1920 

inscription: each sheet signed, 1.1.; 
numbered (32/65) on cover 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1977 
REFERENCE: Jentsch 391-408 
83.1.248-5 

1. Strassencafe, 1920 
(Sidewalk cafe) 

5V16 x 3 15 /i6 in. (12.8 x 10.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Jentsch 391 
83.1.24 a 

2. Konzert, 1920 
(Concert) 

5V16 x 3 I5 /i6 in. (12.8 x 10.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Jentsch 392 
83.1.24 b 

3. Konzert, 1920 
(Concert) 

6V2 x 4 5 /i6 in. (16.5 x 10.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Jentsch 393 
83.1.24 c 

4. Der Geiger, 1920 
(The violinist) 

5V16 x 3 15 /i6 in. (12.8 x 10.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Jentsch 394 
83.1.24 d 

5. Ritter Gluck, 1920 

5V16 x 3 ls /i6 in. (12.8 x 10.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Jentsch 395 
83.1.24 e 

6. Gesellschaft, 1920 
(Society) 

6V2 x 4H in. (16.5 x 10.8 cm) 
reference: Jentsch 396 
83.1.24 f 

7. Der Geiger in Gesellschaft, 1920 
(The violinist in society) 

6V2 x 4 3 /8 in. (16.5 x 11.0 cm) 
reference: Jentsch 397 
83.1.24 g 

8. Alleine, 1920 
(Alone) 

6'/2 x 4'/i in. (16.5 x 10.8 cm) 
reference: Jentsch 398 
83.1.24 b 

9. Duett, 1920 
(Duet) 

6%6 x 4 5 /i6 in. (16.6 x 10.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Jentsch 399 
83. 1.24 i 

10. Gesprdch, 1920 
(Conversation) 

6V2 x 4 5 /ie in. (16.5 x 10.9 cm) 
reference: Jentsch 400 
83.1.24J 




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940-10 




940-12 



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940-18 





940-14 




940-17 





940-19 




11. Begegnung, 1920 
(Encounter) 

5'/i6 x 3 15 /i6 in. (12.8 x 10.0 cm) 
reference: Jentsch 401 
83.1.24 k 

12. Gesellschaft, 1920 
(Society) 

6V2 x 4V4 in. (16.5 x 10.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Jentsch 402 
83. 1.24 1 

13. Musizierende, 1920 
(Making music) 

6'/2 x 4 l A in. (16.5 x 10.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Jentsch 403 
83.1.24 m 

14. Strassencafe, 1920 
(Sidewalk cafe) 

5 x 3 15 /i6 in. (12.7 x 10.0 cm) 
reference: Jentsch 404 
83.1.24 n 

15. Vier Damen in Gesellschaft, 1920 
(Four ladies at a party) 

5 x 3 15 /i6 in. (12.7 x 10.0 cm) 
reference: Jentsch 405 
83.1.24 o 

16. Gesellschaft, 1920 
(Party) 

5 x 3 15 /i6 in. (12.7 x 10.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Jentsch 406 
83. 1.24 p 

17. Konzert, 1920 
(Concert) 

5V16 x 3 15 /i6 in. (12.8 x 10.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Jentsch 407 
83. 1.24 q 

18. Untitled (endpiece), 1920 
2 x 3 9 /i6 in. (5.0 x 9. 1 cm) 
reference: Jentsch 408 
83.1.241 

19. Untitled (musicians), c. 1920 
Conte crayon on thin japan paper, 
laid down 

8'/i6 x 11% in. (20.5 x 28.9 cm) 
Accompanied portfolio 
83.1.24 s 

941 

Der alte Gartner, c. 1921 
(The old gardener) 
Drypoint on laid paper 
7 13 /i6 x 5 13 /i6 in. (198 x 14.7 cm) 
From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe 1 
(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1921); 
edition of 200; the center also has an 
impression from Julius Meier-Graefe, 
ed., Ganymed, vol. 3 (Munich: R. Piper 
&Co., 1921), following p. 148 
INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1. 
PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1972 
reference: Jentsch 155 
EXHIHITION: Reed 317/14 
M. 82. 288. 377 c 



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942 

Die Grossmutter, c. 1921 

(The grandmother) 

Lithograph with rose watercolor on 

wove paper 

i2'/i x 10% in. (31. 1 x 27.3 cm) 

From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe I 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1921); 

edition of 200 

INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1. 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 292 

exhibition: Reed 317/17 

M. 82.288.377 k 

943 

Das grosse Bestiarium der modernen 
Literatur 

(The great bestiary of modern literature) 
Six lithographs with watercolor on wove 
paper 

Illustrations to text by Franz Blei 
(Berlin: Ernst Rowohlt Verlag, 1922). 
See also cat. nos. 970 and 1102 
inscription: signed by artist, Franz 
Blei, Olaf Gulbransson, and Thomas 
Theodor Heine and numbered 
(376/400) on justification page 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
reference: not in Jentsch 
EXHIBITION: Reed 330 
83.1.51 e, f, k, 1, n, p 

1. Das Edschmid, 1922 
(Caricature of Kasimir Edschmid) 
With pink, beige, yellow, and green 
watercolor 

3% x 3% in. (9.2 x 9.5 cm) 
Facing page 40 
83.1.51 e 

2. K. Einstein, 1922 
(Caricature of Karl Einstein) 
With blue, pink, green, beige, and 
yellow watercolor 

5% x 3 3 /4 in. (14.3 x 9.5 cm) 
Facing page 48 
83.1.51 f 

3. Die Kolbannette, 1922 
(Caricature of Annette Kolb) 

With blue, green, pink, yellow, and 

orange watercolor 

6'/2 x 3 7 /8 in. (16.5 x 9.7 cm) 

Facing page 128 

83.1.51k 

4. Der Lasker-Schuler, ig22 
(Caricature of Else Lasker-Schuler) 
With pink, blue, green, and yellow 
watercolor 

4 x 6V2 in. (10.2 x 16.5 cm) 
Facing page 144 
83.1.51 1 

5. Das Meyrink, 1922 
(Caricature of Gustav Meyrink) 
With blue, green, pink, yellow, and 
violet watercolor 

5% x 3% in. (14.6 x 9.5 cm) 

Facing page 176 

The subject is identified incorrectly 

in the book's index as "E. Meyrink" 

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6. Rilke, 1922 

(Caricature of Rainer Maria Rilke) 

With blue, green, and pink 

watercolor 

6'/i x 3% in. (15.9 x 9. 5 cm) 

Facing page 208 

83.1.51 p 

944 

Portrait of Max Liebermann, c. 1922 
Graphite on parchment 
lg'/ie x 13V& in. (48.3 x 33.4 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1. 
provenance: Marjorie Kauffmann 
Graphics, Los Angeles; purchased in 

1975 

exhibition: Reed 381; Chipp 41 

M. 82. 288.332 

945 

Unold von Kaltenquell 

Book with 50 lithographs with 
watercolor on laid paper 
Illustrations to text by Grossmann 
(Berlin: Paul Cassirer, 1922) 
inscription: signed and numbered 
(97/180) on justification page 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1977 
reference: Jentsch 440 
83. 1.65 a— xx 

1. Untitled (title page), 1922 
9% x 6V4 in. (23.8 x 15.4 cm) 
83.1.65 a 

2. Untitled ("Unold von Kaltenquell 
ist sich . . ."), 1922 

8% x 7% in. (22.5 x 18.7 cm) 
83.1.65 b 

3. Untitled ("Soil er sich . . ."), 1922 
8 5 /i6 x 9 in. (21. 1 x 22.8 cm) 
83.1.65 c 

4. Untitled ("Buddha bis 
Schopenhauer . . ."), 1922 
7 7 /8 x 7V2 in. (20.0 x 19. 1 cm) 
83.1.65 d 

5. Untitled ("Wen langweilte . . ."), 
1922 

12% x lo'/s in. (31.5 x 25.7 cm) 
83.1.65 e 

6. Untitled ("Unold wird vom . . ."), 
1922 

io'/j x 7 7 /i6 in. (26.0 x 18.9 cm) 
83.1.65 f 

7. Untitled ("Ein Vater . . ."), 1922 
i4 3 /i6 x 8% in. (36.0 x 22.2 cm) 
83-1.65 g 

8. Untitled ("Boxt und wird . . ."), 
1922 

7V2 x 9% in. (19.0 x 24.8 cm) 
83.1.65 b 

9. Untitled ("Durch kraftiges . . ."), 
1922 

9% x 6V2 in. (24.8 x 16.5 cm) 
83.1.651 

10. Untitled ("Die Riickseite . . ."), 
1922 

7 5 /s x 12V8 in. (194 x 30.8 cm) 
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11. Untitled ("Sein trainierter 
Biceps . . ."), 1922 

12% x 7V8 in. (31.5 x 18. 1 cm) 
83.1.65 k 

12. Untitled ("Man ist von neuer . . ."), 
1922 

10 x 9% in. (25.4 x 23.8 cm) 
83.1.651 

13. Untitled ("Der Denker findet . . ."), 
1922 

9 15 /ie x 7 5 /8 in. (25.3 x 19.4 cm) 
83.1.65 m 

14. Untitled ("Er erbaut sich . . ."), 
1922 

4% x 5 3 /8 in. (12. 1 x 13.7 cm) 
83.1.65 n 

15. Untitled ("Wo Uberzeugung . . ."), 
1922 

8 x 10% in. (20.3 x 27.3 cm) 
83.1.650 

16. Untitled ("Es bewahrheitet . . ."), 
1922 

9 x 10% in. (22.8 x 26.3 cm) 
83. 1.65 p 

17. Untitled ("Doch auch Kunst . . ."), 
1922 

i3 7 /i6 x 8'/8 in. (342 x 20.6 cm) 
83.1.65 q 

18. Untitled ("Unold schafft den . . ."), 
1922 

i3 3 /i6 x 8 15 /i6 in. (335 x 22.7 cm) 
83. 1.65 r 

19. Untitled ("Der Mensch . . ."), 1922 
i3 3 /8 x tjVe in. (340 x 23.2 cm) 
83.1.65 s 

20. Untitled ("Sein neues . . ."), 1922 
13!/! x 8V2 in. (33.7 x 21.6 in.) 
83.1.651 





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21. Untitled ("Tat ist Zeit . . ."), 1922 
io s /i6 x 7 15 /i6 in. (26.2 x 20.2 cm) 
83.1.65 u 

22. Untitled ("Die Oberf lache . . ."), 
1922 

£ i2 5 /s x 7% in. (32. 1 x 19.4 cm) 

83.1.65 V 

23. Untitled ("Besonders schwer . . ."), 
1922 

8% x n 15 /i6 in. (22.0 x 30.3 cm) 
83.1.65 w 

24. Untitled ("In dieser 
Scheinwelt . . ."), 1922 

i4 9 /i6 x 10V2 in. (37.0 x 26.7 cm) 
83. 1.65 x 

25. Untitled ("Auch die 
Einzelerscheinung . . ."), 1922 
8 5 /s x g 9 /i6 in. (22.0 x 24.3 cm) 
83.1.65 y 

26. Untitled ("Aber ein Traum . . ."), 
1922 

jV\s x n 7 /s in. (18.3 x 30. 1 cm) 
83. 1.65 z 

27. Untitled ("Diesen Traum 
sieht . . ."), 1922 

i4 7 /ie x 10% in. (36.7 x 27.6 cm) 
83. 1.65 aa 

28. Untitled ("Der Denker fragt . . ."), 
1922 

12 x 6 15 /i6 in. (30.5 x 17.6 cm) 
83.1.65 bb 

29. Untitled ("Im Anfang war . . ."), 
1922 

7% x 6 n /i6 in. (19.7 x 17.0 cm) 
83. 1.65 cc 

30. Untitled ("Er findet . . ."), 1922 
9 I3 /i6 x 4 3 /i6 in. (24.9 x 10.7 cm) 
83.1.65 dd 



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31. Untitled ("Der Denker: 
Tanzen . . ."), 1922 

6V4 x 5% in. (15.9 x 15.0 cm) 
83.1.65 ee 

32. Untitled ("Ein Segelboot . . ."), 
1922 

n 13 /i6 x io>/2 in. (30.0 x 26.7 cm) 
83. 1.65 ff 

33. Untitled ("Am Morgen . . ."), 1922 
12V4 x 9% in. (31. 1 x 25. 1 cm) 

83- 1-65 gg 

34. Untitled ("Von neuer 945-31 
Erkenntnis . . ."), 1922 

i3 5 /8 x 8 n /i6 in. (34.6 x 22. 1 cm) 
83. 1.65 hh 

35. Untitled ("Sind wir denn . . ."), 
1922 

12V16 x 9% in. (30.6 x 24.8 cm) 
83.1.6511 

36. Untitled ("Die Belehrung . . ."), 
1922 

9 I5 /ie x 11% in. (25.3 x 29.5 cm) 
83165JJ 

37. Untitled ("Der Denker: 
Warum . . ."), 1922 

7 3 /i6 x 7 15 /i6 in. (18.3 x 20.2 cm) 
83. 1.65 kk 

38. Untitled ("Die geschwachten . . ."), 
1922 

7 5 /8 x 11% in. (19.4 x 30. 1 cm) 
83. 1.65 11 

39. Untitled ("Nach der Botanik . . ."), 
1922 

8 x 11% in. (20.3 x 30. 1 cm) 
83.1.65 mm 

40. Untitled ("Aber die Geliebte . . ."), 
1922 

12% x ioVs in. (32.7 x 25.8 cm) 
83.1.65 nn 






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g'/4 x 7 7 /i6 in. (23.5 x 18.9 em) 
83.1.65 00 

42. Untitled ("Der Denker: O 
Zwiespalt! . . ."), 1922 

I3 n /i6 x 8% in. (34.8 x 22.2 cm) 
83. 1.65 pp 

43. Untitled ("Unold gelangt . . ."), 
1922 

io 15 /i6 x 7 7 /s in. (27.8 x 20.0 cm) 
83.1.65 qq 

44. Untitled ("Das Ich tanzt . . ."), 1922 
7^16 x 8 in. (18.6 x 20.3 cm) 
83.1.65 rr 

45. Untitled ("Doch sieht er. . ."), 1922 
7 7 /i6 x 8'/s in. (18.9 x 20.6 cm) 
83.1.65 ss 

46. Untitled ("und das Ich . . ."), 1922 
li'/s x 8'/i in. (28.3 x 21.0 cm) 
83.1.65 tt 

47. Untitled ("und den Schimmy "), 
1922 

hVj x 5% in. (28.5 x 13.7 cm) 
83.1.65 uu 

48. Untitled ("Der Larm . . ."), 1922 
n 7 /«x 7 in. (30.1 x 17.8 cm) 

83. 1.65 vv 

49. Untitled ("Er besticht . . ."), 1922 
io 3 /i6 x ii 3 /ie in. (25.9 x 28.4 cm) 
83.1.65 WW 

50. Untitled ("Und er sieht . . ."), 1922 
lo'/a x io 5 /i6 in. (26.7 x 26.2 cm) 
83. 1.65 xx 



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946 

Zigeunerwagen, c. 1922 

(Gypsy wagon) 

Etching on handmade paper 

6 9 /i6 x 5 in. (16.7 x 12.7 cm) 

From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe II 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1922) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1.; numbered 

(cxl/ccc) on cover 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 52 

EXHIBITION: Reed 317/34 

M. 82. 288. 378 h 

947 

Untitled (portrait), 1922 
Lithograph on laid paper 
3 7 /s x 3'/8 in. (g.g x 8.0 cm) 
From Hans Siemsen, ed., Die Lieder 
des alten Morelli (Dusseldorf: Galerie 
Alfred Flechtheim, 1922), frontispiece 
INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1.; numbered 
(116/200) on justification page 
PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 
purchased in 1979 
REFERENCE: not in Jentsch 
83.1.740 a 

948 

Jahrmarkt, c. 1924 
(Annual fair) 

Drypoint on thin laid paper 
5 7 /s x 7 n /i6 in. (15.0 x ig.5 cm) 
From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe III 
(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1924); 
edition of 100; the center also has an 
impression from Julius Meier-Graefe, 
ed., Ganymed, vol. 5 (Munich: R. Piper 
&Co., 1925), following p. 184 
INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1. 
PROVENANCE: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 
13-15 November 1979, part of lot 2779 
reference: Jentsch 145 
exhibition: Reed 317/39 
M. 82. 288. 379 e 



George Grosz 949 

Erotische Szene, igi2 
born 1893 Berlin (Erotic scene) 

Black ink and colored pencil on laid 
died 1959 Berlin paper 

8 13 /i6 x n'/4 in. (22.4 x 28.5 cm) 

inscription: signed, 1.1.; estate stamp 

and date, verso 

provenance: Galerie Pabst, Munich; 

purchased in 1980 

M. 82.287.82 









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Erste George Grosz-Mappe 

(First George Grosz portfolio) 

Portfolio of 9 transfer lithographs on 

japan paper 

Published by Verlag neue Jugend, 

Berlin; Malik-Verlag, Berlin, 1917 

inscription: numbered (21/120) on 

justification page 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 10 June 1977, lot 370 

REFERENCE: Diiekers M I, 1-9 

M. 82.288.71 a-i 

1. Erinnerung an New York, 1915-16 

(Memory of New York) 

I4 v /s x n 5 /8 in. (378 x 29.6 cm) 

reference: Diiekers M I, 1 

M. 82.288.71 a 

Texasbildfur meinen Freund 

Chingachgook, 1915-16 

(Texas picture for my friend 

Chingachgook) 

io 5 /s x io u /i6 in. (26.9 x 27. 1 cm) 

reference: Diiekers M I, 2 

M. 82.288.71 b 

AmKanal, 1915-16 

(At the canal) 

io 3 /8 x 8% in. (26.4 x 22.2 cm) 

reference: Diiekers M I, 3 

M. 82.288.71c 

Strasse in der Stadt, 1915-16 

(Street in the city) 

lo'/s x I4 n /i6 in. (25.8 x 37.3 cm) 

reference: Diiekers M I, 4 

M. 82.288.71 d 

Menschen in der Strasse, 1915-16 

(People in the street) 

io 7 /8 x 8 9 /i6 in. (27.6 x 21.7 cm) 

REFERENCE: Diiekers M I, 5 

M. 82.288.71 e 

Vorstadt, 1915-16 

(Suburb) 

14% x i2 3 /i6 in. (37. 1 x 31.0 cm) 

reference: Diiekers M I, 6 

M. 82.288. 71 f 

Peripherie, 1915-16 

(Outskirts) 

i2'/i6 x 8 7 /s in. (30.6 x 22.5 cm) 

reference: Diiekers M 1, 7 

M. 82.288.71 g 

Kaschemme, 1916 

(Joint) 

io 5 /8 x 8 5 /8 in. (27.0 x 21.8 cm) 

REFERENCE: Diiekers M I, 8 

M. 82.288.71 h 

Mondnacht, 1915-16 

(Moonlit night) 

I4 u /i6 x n 5 /8 in. (37.4 x 29.6 cm) 

reference: Diiekers M 1, 9 

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Kleine Grosz Mappe 

(Little Grosz portfolio) 

Portfolio of 20 transfer lithographs on 

japan paper 

Published by Malik-Verlag, Berlin, 

1917 

inscription: numbered (28/100) on 

justification page 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 10 June 1977, lot 371 

REFERENCE: Diickers M II, 1-20 

exhihition: Reed 386/1-20 

M. 82.288. 72 a-t 

1. Fraulein und Liebhaber, 1915—16 
(Girl and her lovers) 

9 5 /s x 6 in. (24.5 x 15.2 cm) 
reference: Diickers M II, 1 
exhihition: Reed 386/1 
M. 82. 288. 72 a 

2. Strasse, 1915-16 
(Street) 

9 3 /s x 6 3 /i6 in. (23.8 x 15.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers M II, 2 
EXHIBITION: Reed 386/2 
M. 82.288.72 b 

3. Strassenbild, 1915-16 
(Street scene) 

9 3 /i6 x 5V2 in. (23.4 x 14.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers M II, 3 
exhibition: Reed 386/3; Rigby 34 
M. 82.288.72 c 

4. Kaffeehaus, 1915-16 
(Coffee house) 

8 5 /8 x 5/16 in. (21.8 x 13.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers M II, 4 
EXHIBITION: Reed 386/4 
M. 82.288.72 d 

5. Goldgrdberbar, 1915-16 
(Gold diggers' saloon) 

7 I3 /i6 x 5 u /i6 in. (19.8 x 14.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers M II, 5 
EXHIBITION: Reed 386/5 
M. 82. 288. 72 e 

6. Krauall der Irren, 1915-16 
(Riot of the insane) 

9 5 /i6 x 5% in. (23.7 x 14.6 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers M II, 6 
EXHIBITION: Reed 386/6 
M. 82.288. 72 f 

7. Strasse des Vergniigens, 1915-16 
(Street of pleasure) 

8 7 /s x 5 I3 /i6 in. (22.6 x 14.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers M II, 7 
exhibition: Reed 386/7; Rigby 35 
M. 82. 288. 72 g 

8. Werbung, 1915-16 
(Courtship) 

6 7 /ie x 5% in. (16.4 x 13.7 cm) 
reference: Diickers M II, 8 
EXHIBITION: Reed 386/8 
M. 82. 288.72 h 

9. Qeselhchaft, 1915-16 
(Party) 

6'/8 x 5V6 in. (15.5 x 13.0 cm) 
reference: Diickers M II, 9 
EXHIBITION: Reed 386/9 
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10. Ca/e, 1915-16 

7 n /i6 x 5V8 in. (195 x 13.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers M H, 10 
exhibition: Reed 386/10 
M. 82.288.72 j 

11. Spaziergang, 1915-16 
(Taking a walk) 

8"/i6X 6 in. (22.1 x 15.3 cm) 
reference: Diickers M II, 11 
EXHIBITION: Reed 386/11 
M. 82. 288. 72 k 

12. Hiiuser am Kanal, 1915-16 
(Houses on the canal) 

7 I3 /i6 x 5V16 in. (19.8 x 12.9 cm) 
reference: Diickers M II, 12 
EXHIBITION: Reed 386/12 
M. 82.288. 72 1 

13. Vorstadthauser, 1915-16 
(Suburban houses) 

8 7 /s x 5'/i6 in. (22.5 x 12.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers M II, 13 
exhibition: Reed 386/13 
M. 82. 288. 72 m 

14. DieFabrihen, 1915-16 
(The factories) 

8% x 5 5 /i6 in. (21.3 x 13.5 cm) 
reference: Diickers M II, 14 
EXHIBITION: Reed 386/14 
M. 82.288. 72 n 

15. Die Kirche, 1915-16 
(The church) 

7 13 /ie x 5 5 /i6 in. (19.9 x 13.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers M II, 15 
EXHIBITION: Reed 386/15 
M. 82.288.720 

16. Das einzelne Haus, 1915-16 
(The single house) 

8 x 5 5 /i6 in. (20.4 x 13.5 cm) 
reference: Diickers M II, 16 
EXHIBITION: Reed 386/16 

M. 82. 288. 72 p 

17. Der Dorfschullehrer, 1915-16 
(Village schoolmaster) 

8% x 5 5 /ig in. (21.3 x 13.5 cm) 
reference: Diickers M II, 17 
EXHIBITION: Reed 386/17 
M. 82.288. 72 q 

18. Jagerlatein, 1915-16 
(Tall stories) 

8V4 x 6 in. (21.0 x 14.9 cm) 
reference: Diickers M II, 18 
EXHIBITION: Reed 386/18 
M. 82.288.72 r 

19. Mord, 1915-16 
(Murder) 

9 x 5 5 /i6 in. (22.9 x 13.5 cm) 
reference: Diickers M 11, 19 
EXHIBITION: Reed 386/19 

M. 82.288.72 s 

20. Hinrichtimg, 1915-16 
(Execution) 

8 3 /4 x 5% in. (22.2 x 14.3 cm) 
reference: Diickers M 11, 20 
exhibition: Reed 386/20 
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952 

Ecce Homo 

Book with 84 offset lithographs and 16 
color offset reproductions of 
watercolors on wove paper 
Published by Malik- Verlag, Berlin, 
1922-23; from edition C of 6,000—8,000 
(total edition of 10,000) 
provenance: M. J. Royer Bookshop, 
Los Angeles; date of purchase unknown 
REFERENCE: Duckers S I, 1-84 
83.1.73.1-84 

1. Friedrichstrasse, 1918 

10% x 6 7 /s in. (26.4 x 17.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Duckers S I, 1 
83.1.73.1 

2. Familie, 1916 
(Family) 

io 13 /i6 x 6% in. (27.4 x 16.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Duckers S I, 2 
83.1.73.2 

3. Aus der Jugendzeit, 1922 
(Halcyon days) 

io 7 /8 x 6 5 /i6 in. (27.7 x 16.0 cm) 
reference: Duckers S 1, 3 

83- 1-73-3 

4. Grimmiger Mann, 1918 
(Grim man) 

11 x 6 5 /i6 in. (27.9 x 16.0 cm) 
reference: Diickers S I, 4 

83-1-73-4 

5. Gruss aus Sachsen, 1920 
(Greetings from Saxony) 
io 9 /i6 x 7 7 /s in. (26.8 x 20.0 cm) 
reference: Diickers S I, 5 

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6. Marseille, 1919 
(Marseilles) 

10% x 7V8 in. (27.6 x 18.0 cm) 
reference: Diickers S I, 6 
83.1.73.6 

7. Schonheitsabend in der 
Motzstrasse, 1918 

(Beauty contest on Motzstrasse) 
7V2 x nVs in. (19. 1 x 28.3 cm) 
reference: Diickers S I, 7 

83-1-73-7 

8. Bessere Leute, 1920 

(A finer class of people) 

6 7 /i6 x io 13 /i6 in. (16.4 x 27.5 cm) 

reference: Diickers S 1, 8 

83.1.73.8 

9. Entkleidung, 1921 
(Disrobing) 

11V4 x 7% in. (28.5 x 18.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Duckers S I, 9 

83-1-73-9 

10. Stammtischstudien, 1919 
(Studies of the regulars) 

7 13 /i6 x io 15 /i6 in. (19.9 x 27.8 cm) 
reference: Duckers S I, 10 
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11. DerBesuch, 1920 
(The visit) 

8V4 x 10% in. (21.0 x 26.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Duckers S I, 11 
83.1.73.11 

12. Mord, 1915-16 
(Murder) 

9 x 5 7 /s in. (22.8 x 14.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Duckers S I, 12 
83.1.73.12 

13. Hinterbliebene, 1921 
(The bereaved) 

8'/i6 x 7 n /i6 in. (20.5 x 19.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Duckers S I, 13 

83- 1-73- 13 

14. Zu House, 1922 
(At home) 

9 n /i6 x 7% in. (24.6 x 19.7 cm) 
reference: Duckers S I, 14 

83- 1-73- 14 

15. Charakterkopf, 1921 
(A man of character) 

8% x 7% in. (22.2 x 19.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Duckers S I, 15 

83- 1-73-15 

16. Verziickung, 1922 
(Rapture) 

n 3 /i6 x 7V8 in. (28.4 x 18. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Duckers S I, 16 
83.1.73.16 

17. Verlobung, 1922 
(Engagement) 

8% x 7% in. (22.5 x 19.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Duckers S I, 17 

83- 1-73-17 

18. Biirgerliche Welt, 1918 
(World of the bourgeoisie) 
HV* x 10% in. (21.0 x 26.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Duckers S I, 18 
83.1.73.18 

19. Nachimichs, 1921-22 
(The new generation) 

io 15 /i6 x 7'/> in. (27.8 x 18.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Duckers S I, 19 

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20. Louise, 1919 

io 13 /i6 x 5% in. (27.5 x 13.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Duckers S I, 20 
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21. Der Hypochonder Otto 
Sckmalhuusen, 1921 
(The hypochondriac Otto 
Schmalhausen) 

11/4 x 7^16 in. (28.5 x 19.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Duckers S I, 21 
83.1.73.21 

22. Separe, 1922 
(Separated) 

9 3 /i6 x 7% in. (23.4 x 20. 1 cm) 
reference: Diickers S I, 22 
83.1.73.22 

23. Die Verantwortlichen, 1920 
(Those responsible) 

6"/i6 x 11% in. (17.0 x 28.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers S I, 23 

83- 1-73-23 

24. Der besessene Forstadjunkt, 1918 
(The obsessed forestry assistant) 
8V16 x 10% in. (20.5 x 26.9 cm) 
reference: Diickers S I, 24 

83-1-73-24 

25. Melancholie, 1920-21 
(Melancholy) 

10% x 7 7 /i6 in. (27.0 x 18.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Duckers S I, 25 

83-1-73-25 

26. Fruhlings Ertiachen, 1922 
(Spring's awakening) 

g'/s x 7 u /i6 in. (23. 1 x 19.5 cm) 
reference: Diickers S I, 26 
83.1.73.26 

27. Schwere Zeiten, 1919 
(Hard times) 

10 x 6% in. (25.4 x 17.2 cm) 
reference: Diickers S 1, 27 
83.1.73.27 

28. Promenade, 1922 

7 7 /b x 8'/2 in. (20.0 x 21.6 cm) 
reference: Diickers S I, 28 
83.1.73.28 

29. Hausherr, 1921 
(Head of the household) 
10% x 7 7 /8 in. (27.0 x 20.0 cm) 
reference: Diickers S I, 29 
83.1.73.29 

30. HahnimKorbe, 1921 
(Cock of the walk) 

8 u /i6 x 7 13 /i6 in. (22. 1x19.8 cm) 
reference.- Diickers S I. 30 
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31. Die Macht der Musik, 1922 
(The power of music) 

ii 3 /ie x 7V16 in. (28.5 x 18.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers S I, 31 
83.1.73.31 

32. Lustmord in der Ackerstrasse, 
1916-17 

(Sex murder on Ackerstrasse) 
7 5 /i6 x 7'/2 in. (18.6 x 19.0 cm) 
reference: Diickers S I, 32 

83- 1-73-32 

33. Hochfinanz, 1922 
(High finance) 

8 x g 3 /i6 in. (20.4 x 23.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers S I, 33 

83- 1-73-33 

34. Nachts, 1919 

(At night) 

11 x 7% in. (28.0 x 19.3 cm) 

reference: Diickers S I, 34 

83-1-73-34 

35. Der absolute Monarchist, 1918 
(The absolute monarchist) 
io 7 /s x 7'/s in. (27.7 x 18. 1 cm) 
reference: Diickers S 1, 35 

83-1-73-35 

36. Plauderstunde, 1922 
(Cozy chat) 

7% x io 7 /8 in. (194 x 27.7 cm) 
reference: Diickers S I, 36 
83-1-73-36 

37. In Gedanken, 1920 
(Deep in thought) 

io' 5 /i6 x 6 3 /i6 in. (27.8 x 15.7 cm) 
reference: Diickers S I, 37 

83-1-73-37 

Aenne, 1921 

11V16 x 7 3 /i6 in. (28. 1 x 18.2 cm) 

REFERENCE: Diickers S I, 38 

83-1-73-38 

Interieur, 1915 

(Interior) 

7% x n 9 /i6 in. (18.8 x 29.3 cm) 

reference: Diickers S 1, 39 

83-1-73-39 

40. Dr. Huelsenbeck am Ende, 1920 
(Dr. Huelsenbeck at the end of his 
rope) 

10% x 8% in. (26.3 x 22.2 cm) 
reference: Diickers S I, 40 
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41. 



Cafe, 1916 

9 I3 /i6 x 8 in. (24.9 x 20.3 cm) 

REFERENCE: Diickers S I, 41 

83- 1-73-41 
42. RudiS., 1921 

io 15 /i6 x 8 in. (27.8 x 20.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers S I, 42 

§3- 1-73-42 

Germanentag, 1921 

(Teutonic celebration) 

7 15 /i6 x 7 n /i6 in. (20.2 x 19.6 cm) 

reference: Diickers S I, 43 

83-1-73-43 

Dr. S. undFrau, 1921 

(Dr. S. and wife) 

n'/s x 7% in. (28.3 x 19.4 cm) 

reference: Diickers S I, 44 

83.1.73.44 

Nach Ladenschluss, 1920 

(After the shops close) 

8'/s x 10V2 in. (20.7 x 26.7 cm) 

REFERENCE: Diickers S I. 45 

83-1-73-45 

Franz Jung gewidmet, 1917 

(Dedicated to Franz Jung) 

11 x 6% in. (27.9 x 16.9 cm) 

REFERENCE: Diickers S I, 46 

83.1.73.46 

Heimatliche Gestalten, 1920 

(Hometown figures) 

io 5 /s x 7 3 /i in. (26.9 x 19.7 cm) 

REFERENCE: Diickers S I, 47 

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48. Kommerzienrats Tochterlein, 1921 
(The industrialist's dear little 
daughter) 

io I5 /i6 x 3 7 /i6 in. (27.8 x 8.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers S I, 48 
83.1.73.48 

Quergebaude titer Treppen, 1916 
(Tenement, four flights up) 
6 9 /i6 x 11 in. (16.6 x 28.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers S I, 49 

83-1-73-49 

Akrobaten, 1915 

(Acrobats) 

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reference: Diickers S 1, 50 

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51. Eva, 1918 

io 13 /i6 x 8Vb in. (27.5 x 20.6 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers S I, 51 

83-1-73-5 1 

52. O olte Burschenherrliehkeit, 1922 

(Good old student days) 

8 7 /i6 x 7 13 /i6 in. (21.5 x 19.9 cm) 

REFERENCE: Diickers S I, 52 

83- 1-73-52 

53. Studie, 1922 
(Study) 

io 3 /i6 x 7 3 /i6 in. (25.9 x 18.2 cm) 
reference: Diickers S I, 53 

83-1-73-53 

54. Ledebour, 1919 

8"/i6 x 8V4 in. (22.0 x 20.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers S I, 54 

83-1-73-54 

55. Garnisonsverwendungsfahig, 1920 
(Fit for garrison duty) 

11 '/i6 x 7 9 /i6 in. (28. 1 x 19.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers S I, 55 

83-1-73-55 

56. Vor dem Tee, 1922 
(Before tea) 

io 9 /i6 x 8'/s in. (26.8 x 20.6 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers S I, 56 
83-1-73-56 

57. Ungleiches Paar, 1922 
(Unlikely couple) 

9 13 /i6 x 7 1 V'i6 in. (25.0 x 19.6 cm) 
reference: Diickers S I, 57 

83- 1-73-57 

58. Apachen, 1916-17 
(Apaches) 

7 15 /i6 x io"/i6 in. (20.2 x 27. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers S I, 58 

83- 1-73-58 

59. Ehrenmann, 1921 
(Man of honor) 

9V2 x 7 n /i6 in. (24.2 x 19.6 cm) 
reference: Diickers S I, 59 

83- 1-73-59 

60. Richard Wagner— Gedenkblatt, 

1921 

(In memory of Richard Wagner) 
9V2 x 7V2 in. (24.2 x 19. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers S I, 60 
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61. Genreszene, 1922 
(Genre scene) 

io 7 /i6 x 7V16 in. (26.6 x 17.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers S I, 61 
83.1.73.61 

62. Esplanade, 1921 

io n /i6 x 7 7 /8 in. (27. 1 x 20.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers S I, 62 
83.1.73.62 

63. Eheszene, 1916 
(Domestic scene) 

8'/s x 8V16 in. (20.6 x 20.5 cm) 
reference: Diickers S I, 63 

83- 1-73-63 

64. An der Grenze, 1920-21 
(On the verge) 

io 13 /i6 x 6 5 /8 in. (27.5 x 16.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers S I, 64 

83- 1-73-64 

65. Magenbeschwerden, 1921 
(Stomachache) 

n'/s x 6% in. (28.3 x 17.1 cm) 
reference: Diickers S I, 65 

83-1-73-65 

66. Haifische, 1920-21 
(Sharks) 

8V4 x io 13 /i6 in. (20.6 x 27.4 cm) 
reference: Diickers S I, 66 
83.1.73.66 

67. Allein, 1922 
(Alone) 

7 13 /i6 x 8% in. (19.8 x 21.9 cm) 
reference: Diickers S I, 67 

83-1-73-67 

68. Querschnitt, 1919-20 
(Cross section) 

11 x 6'A in. (27.9 x 15.9 cm) 
reference: Diickers S I, 68 
83.1.73.68 

69. Krach, 1921 
(Quarrel) 

io"/i6 x 7 7 /8 in. (27. 1 x 20. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers S I, 69 

83-1-73-69 

70. Standchen, 1922 
(Serenade) 

io 9 /i6 x 7 5 /i6 in. (26.8 x 18.5 cm) 
reference: Diickers S 1, 70 
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71. Deutsche Manner, 1921 
(German men) 

io 7 /i6 x -/Vs in. (26.6 x 18. 1 cm) 
reference: Duckers S I, 71 

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72. Jugend, 1920 
(Youth) 

io 13 /i6 x 6'/4 in. (27.5 x 15.9 cm) 
reference: Duckers S I, 72 

83-1-73-72 

73. Vorstadt, 1915-16 
(Suburb) 

10% x 8'/8 in. (26.3 x 20.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Duckers S 1, 73 

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74. Trio, 1919 

ioVj x 7% in. (26. 1 x 19.7 cm) 
reference: Duckers S I, 74 

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75. Silberne Hochzeit, ig22 
(Silver wedding anniversary) 
10 x 7 13 /i6 in. (25.5 x 19.9 cm) 
reference: Duckers S I, 75 

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76. Krise, 1922 
(Crisis) 

ii 3 /ie x 7% in. (28.4 x 19.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Duckers S 1, 76 
83-1-73-76 

77. Schaferstiindchen, 1921 
(Lovers' tryst) 

ii'/i6 x 7 15 /i6 in. (28. 1 x 20.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Duckers S I, 77 

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78. Sonntag frith, 1922 
(Sunday morning) 

io 13 /i6 x 8 3 /i6 in. (27.5 x 20.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Duckers S I, 78 
83-1-73-78 

79. Dr. Benn's Nachtcafe, 1918 
(Dr. Benn's night cafe) 

8'/i6 x io 7 /i6 in. (20.5 x 26.5 cm) 
reference: Duckers S I, 79 

83-1-73-79 

80. Kopfe, 1921 
(Heads) 

8Vt x 7 13 /i6 in. (20.9 x ig.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Duckers S 1, 80 
83.1.73.80 



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81 



Ausgang, 1921 

(Time off) 

10% x 6^16 in. (27.0 x 17.7 cm) 

REFERENCE: Diickers S I, 81 

83.1.73.81 

82. Athlet, 1922 
(Athlete) 

n 3 /i6 x 7 5 /i6 in. (28.4 x 18.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers S I, 82 
83.1.73.82 

83. Das Ende, 1917 
(The end) 

n'/i6X 7 5 /8 in. (28.1 x 19.3 cm) 
reference: Diickers S I, 83 

83- 1-73-83 

84. Das Vaterunser, 1922 
(The Lord's Prayer) 

10% x 7 15 /i6 in. (26.9 x 20.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers S I, 84 
83.1.73.84 

953 

Gott mil uns 

(God with us) 

Portfolio with 8 photolithographs 
on G. F. Drey Konige paper 
Published by Malik- Verlag, Berlin, 
1920: from edition C of 65 (total edition 
of 125). The set is incomplete, lacking 
plate 6 (Diickers M III, 6) 
inscription: numbered (119/125) on 
justification page 
provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 
Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1973, 
lot 483 

reference: Diickers M III, 1-5, 7-9 
exhirition: Reed 387; Rigby 36-43 
M. 82.288.73 a-h 

1. Gott mit uns, 1919 
(God with us) 

11% x i6 7 /8 in. (30.2 x 42.9 cm) 
reference: Diickers M in, 1 
exhibition: Reed 387/1: Rigby 36 
M. 82. 288. 73 a 

2. Fur deutsches Recht and deutsche 
Sitte, 1919 

{"The Germans to the Front") 
I4 15 /i6 x I2 s /i6 in. (38.0 x 31.3 cm) 
reference: Diickers M III, 2 
exhibition: Reed 387/2: Chipp 42: 
Rigby 37 
M. 82.288. 73 b 

3. Feierabend, 1919 
("Zc/i dien") 

15V4 x n'Vie in. (38.7 x 29.9 cm) 
reference: Diickers M III, 3 
exhibition: Reed 387/3; Rigby 38 
M. 82. 288. 73 c 

4. Licht und Luft dem Proletariat, 
1919 

(The Workman's Holiday) 

13% x n u /i6 in. (34.9 x 29.7 cm) 

reference: Diickers M in, 4 

exhibition: Reed 387/4; Guenther 

105; Rigby 39 

M. 82. 288. 73 d 




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5. Die Gesundbeter, 1918 
(German Doctors Fighting the 
Blockade) 

i2 7 /i6 x 11% in. (31.6 x 29.6 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers M m, 5 
EXHIBITION: Reed 387/5; Chipp 43, 
Rigby 40 
M. 82.288.73 e 

6. Die vollendete Demokratie, 1919 
("The World Made Safe for 
Democracy") 

iy l A x n 15 /i6 in. (44.5 x 30.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Duckers M III, 7 
EXHIBITION: Reed 387/7; Rigby 41 
See also cat. no. 954 
M. 82. 288.73 f 

7. Die Kommunisten fallen— und die 
Devisen steigen, 1919 

(Blood Is the Best Sauce) 

12 x I7 13 /i6 in. (30.5 x 45.2 cm) 

reference: Duckers M III, 8 

EXHIBITION: Reed 387/8; Guenther 

104; Rigby 42 

M. 82. 288. 73 g 

8. Den macht uns keiner nach, 1919 
("Made in Germany") 

1 i 3 /i6 x 9% in. (28.4 x 24. 7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Duckers M III, 9 
EXHIBITION: Reed 387/9; Rigby 43 
M. 82. 288.73 h 

954 

L'etat, c'est inoi: Die vollendete 

Demokratie, c. 1919 

(The World Made Safe for Democracy) 

Rlack ink on wove paper 

22 '/s x 15VS in. (56.2 x 38.5 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 

provenance: Forum Gallery, New 

York; Sotheby Parke Bernet, New York, 

13-14 December 1973, lot 113 

REFERENCE: Diickers under M III, 7 

EXHIBITION: Reed 388; Chipp 44; 

Rigby 44 

Reproduced as photolithograph in 

portfolio Gott mit uns (cat. no. 953.6) 

M. 82.288.333 

955 

Er hat Hindenburg verspottet, 1920 
(He jeered at Hindenburg) 
Lithograph on heavy wove paper 
9V4 x 6 13 /i6 in. (23.5 x 17.4 cm) 
From Kurt Pfister, ed. , Deutsche 
Graphiker der Gegenwart (Leipzig: 
Klinkhardt & Biermann, 1920), pi. 11; 
edition of 600 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1972 
REFERENCE: Diickers E 64 
exhibition: Reed under 339 
83.1.171 h 



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956 

Arbeitlose, ig20-2i 

(Unemployed) 

Lithograph on thin laid paper 

8% x 6 7 /s in. (z2.o x 17.5 cm) 

From Fritz Gurlitt, ed., Das graphische 

Jahr (Berlin: Fritz Gurlitt Verlag, 1921), 

facing index 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(xm/c) on justification page 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1974 

REFERENCE: Diickers E 67 

EXHIBITION: Reed 315/2 (1921) 

83.1.85 i 

957 

Gute Gesellschaft, c. ig20-2i 

(High society) 

Photolithograph on wove paper 

6 3 /ie x 4% in. (15.8 x 11.7 cm) 

From Das Querschnittbuch 1923, intro. 

by H. von Wedderkop (Frankfurt am 

Main: Querschnitt-Verlag, 1923), 

following p. 28 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (86/400), p. iv 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Diickers E 71 

83.1.517 b 

958 

Munkepunke Dionysos 

Book with 6 photolithographs on laid 

paper 

Illustrations to text by Alfred Richard 

Meyer (Berlin: Fritz Gurlitt Verlag, 

1921) 

INSCRIPTION: each sheet signed, l.r.; 

signed by author and numbered (64/100) 

on justification page 

PROVENANCE: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 10 June 1977, lot 381 

REFERENCE: Diickers B I, 1-6 

83. i-46a-f 

1. Visitenkarte, 1920-21 
(Calling card) 

6% x 6 7 /s in. (16.2 x 17.4 cm) 
Page 7 

REFERENCE: Diickers B I, 1 
83.1.46 a 

2. Berliner Friihling, 1920-21 
(Springtime in Berlin) 

8% x 7V2 in. (22.3 x 19. 1 cm) 
Page 19 

REFERENCE: Diickers B I, 2 
83.1.46 b 

3. Fur Regentage, 1920-21 
(For rainy days) 

9 x 7% in. (22.9 x 18.8 cm) 
Page 39 

REFERENCE: Diickers B I, 3 
83.1.46 c 

4. Meine Kegelbahn, 1920-21 
(My bowling alley) 

9 5 /s x ■/'/$ in. (24.5 x 18.0 cm) 
Page 47 

REFERENCE: Diickers B I, 4 
83. 1.46 d 




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5. Sport und Liebe, 1920-21 
(Sport and love) 

9 5 /i6 x 7 9 /i6 in. (23.6 x 19.2 cm) 
Page 55 

reference: Diickers B I, 5 
83.1.46 c 

6. Ein Madchen aus Leipzig, 1920-21 
(A girl from Leipzig) 

9 x 6 3 /i6 in. (22.9 x 15.7 cm) 
Page 59 

reference: Diickers B I, 6 
83. 1.46 f 

959 

Die Abenteuer des Herrn Tartarin aus 

Tarascon 

(The adventures of Herr Tartarin from 

Tarascon) 

Book with 20 offset lithographs on wove 

paper 

Illustrations to text by Alphonse Daudet 

(Berlin: Erich Reiss Verlag, 1921); 

edition of 100 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1979 

reference: Diickers B A I, 1-20 

83-i-43a-t 

1. Tartarin im Waffenkabinett, 1921 
(Tartarin in his armory) 

6 x 4% in. (15.2 x 12. 1 cm) 

Page 7 

reference: Diickers B A 1, 1 

83-1-43 a 

2. Die Miitzenjager, 1921 
(The cap hunters) 

6 13 /w x 4 15 /i6 in. (17.3 x 12.5 cm) 
Page 11 

REFERENCE: Diickers B A 1, 2 
83.1.43 b 

3. Vor der Jagd, 1921 
(Before the hunt) 

6 5 /i6 x 4% in. (16. ix 11.7 cm) 

Page 15 

reference: Diickers B A 1, 3 

83i43 c 

4. Tartarins Traum, 1921 
(Tartarin's dream) 

6 7 /ie x 4% in. (16.3 x 11.8 cm) 
Page 23 

reference: Diickers B A I, 4 
83.1.43 d 

5. "Dass sie dock endlich einmal 
kamen,'' 1921 

("I wish they would finally show up") 
7V4 x 4 13 /i6 in. (18.4 x 12.2 cm) 
Page 29 

reference: Diickers B A I, 5 
83. 1.43 e 

6. Der Uberfall der Tartaren, 1921 
(The attack of the Tatars) 

5% x 5 3 /i6 in. (13.0 x 13. 1 cm) 
Page 35 

REFERENCE: Diickers B A I, 6 
83. 1.43 f 

7. "Ein Lowe, Kreuzdonnerwetter!" 
1921 

("A lion, confound it!") 

5 5 /ie x 5V16 in. (13.5 x 12.9 cm) 

Page 41 

reference: Diickers B A I, 7 

83- 1-43 g 



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8. Im Hafen von Marseille, 1921 
(In the harbor of Marseilles) 
7 3 /i6 x 4 7 /s in. (18.2 x 12.4 cm) 
Page 59 

REFERENCE: Diickers B A I, 8 
83. 1.43 h 

9. Zwischen Franhreich und Algier, 
1921 

(Between France and Algiers) 
7 5 /s x 4 5 /i6 in. (19.3 x 11.0 cm) 
Page 67 
reference: Diickers B A I, 9 

83-1-43 " 

10. Die Anrufung des Cervantes— Don 
Quichotte, 1921 

(The invocation of Cervantes— Don 

Quixote) 

6 13 /i6 x 4 n /i6 in. (174 x 11.9 cm) 

Page 73 

reference: Diickers B A I, 10 

831-43J 

11. "Leg* an! Gebt Fewer.' Bums!" 1921 
("Ready! Fire! Bang!") 

4V2 x 5 in. (11.5 x 12.8 cm) 
Page 83 

reference: Diickers B A I, 11 
83.1.43 k 

12. Der Held aus Tarascon sucht seine 
maurische Geliebte, 1921 

(The hero from Tarascon looking for 

his Moorish beloved) 

7 x 4'/s in. (17.8 x 10.4 cm) 

Page 91 

reference: Diickers B A 1, 12 

83- 1-43 1 

13. In der Oberstadt von Algier, 1921 
(Uptown Algiers) 

7 5 /s x 4 5 /i6 in. (19.3 x 11.0 cm) 
Page 95 

reference: Diickers B A I, 13 
83.1.43 m 

14. Prinz Gregor von Montenegro, 
1921 

(Prince Gregor of Montenegro) 

7 3 /i6 x 4 3 /i6 in. (18.2 x 10.6 cm) 

Page 101 

reference: Diickers B A 1, 14 

83.1.4311 

15. Tartarin und Baia, 1921 
(Tartarin and Baia) 

7 n /i6 x 5'/s in. (19.6 x 13.0 cm) 

Page 109 

reference: Diickers B A 1, 15 

83.1.430 

16. Der blinde Lowe, 1921 
(The blind lion) 

7 n /i6 x 4 5 /s in. (19.5 x 11.8 cm) 

Page 127 

reference: Diickers B A 1, 16 

83- 1-43 P 

17. Auf dem arabischen Markt, 1921 
(In the Arabian market) 

7 1 /' x 4 15 /i6 in. (19. 1 x 12.6 cm) 
Page 133 

reference: Diickers B A 1, 17 
83- 1-43 q 



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18. Aufder Pirsch, 1921 
(Tartarin goes a-hunting) 
5 7 /s x 4% in. (14.9 x 12.0 cm) 
Page 141 

REFERENCE: Diickers B A I, 18 
83.1.43 r 

19. Baia tanzt, 1921 
(Baia dances) 

6 7 /i6 x 4 n /i6 in. (16.4 x 11.9 cm) 
Page 153 

REFERENCE: Diickers B A I, 19 
83.1.43 s 

20. "Hoch Tartarin!" 1921 
("Long live Tartarin! ") 

7 u /i6 x s'/ie in. (195 x 12.9 cm) 
Page 161 

REFERENCE: Diickers B A I, 20 
83-1-43 t 

960 

Thomas Rowlandson zum Andenken, 
1921 

(In memory of Thomas Rowlandson) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
io 7 /i6 x 7 7 /8 in. (26.5 x 20.0 cm) 
From Georg Biermann, ed., Jahrbuch 
derjungen Kunst (Leipzig: Klinkhardt 
& Biermann, 1921), following p. 104 
PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1975 
reference: Diickers E 68 
EXHIRITION: Reed 320/1921.4 
83- 1-799 b 

961 

Der Regisseur, 1922 

(The boss) 

Photolithograph on laid paper 
22 n /i6 x 16% in. (57.6 x 42.5 cm) 
From portfolio Die Rauber (Berlin: 
Malik-Verlag, 1922) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Hanna Bekker vom Rath, 
Frankfurt; Wenger Gallery, La Jolla. 
California; purchased in 1973 
reference: Diickers M v, 1 
exhibition: Reed 389; Chipp 45; 
Rigby 45 

For a similar composition, see Heinrich 
Hoerle, Der Sklavenhalter 
Kapitalismus (cat. no. 1195) 
M. 82.288. 70 



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962 

Lady Hamilton 

Book with 8 photolithographs with 
watercolor on laid paper 
Illustrations to text by Alfred Richard 
Meyer (Berlin: Fritz Gurlitt Verlag, 

1923) 

inscription: each sheet signed, l.r.; 

signed by author and numbered (53/150) 

on justification page 

PROVENANCE: Karl & Faber, Munich, 

30 May 1975, lot 765 

reference: Diickers B II, 1-8 

exhibition: Reed 390 

83.1.74 a-h 

1. Lady Hamilton ah antike lebende 
Statue, 1922-23 

(Lady Hamilton as an antique living 

statue) 

7 5 /i6 x 4 15 /i6 in. (18.5 x 12.5 cm) 

Frontispiece 

REFERENCE: Diickers B II, 1 

83.1.74 a 

2. Lady Hamilton steht dem Maler 
George Romney Modell, 1922-23 
(Lady Hamilton models for the 
painter George Romney) 

8'/i6 x 5 7 /i6 in. (20.5 x 13.8 cm) 
Following page 16 
REFERENCE: Diickers B II, 2 
83.1.74 b 

3. Lady Hamilton, 1922-23 
7 3 /i6 x 5 u /i6 in. (18.3 x 14.5 cm) 
Following page 20 
REFERENCE: Diickers B II, 3 
83.1.74 c 

4. Lady Hamilton Schleiertanz, 
1922-23 

(Lady Hamilton's veil dance) 
6 9 /i6 x 5V2 in. (16.6 x 14.0 cm) 
Following page 24 
reference: Diickers B 11, 4 
83. 1.74 d 

5. Sir William Hamilton, 1922-23 
7'/s x 5% in. (18.1 x 14.6 cm) 
Following page 32 
reference: Diickers B 11, 5 

83- 1-74 e 

6. Lady Hamilton mit Fticher und 
Lyra, 1922-23 

(Lady Hamilton with fan and lyre) 
yVz x 5V2 in. (19. 1 x 14.0 cm) 
Following page 40 
reference: Diickers B H, 6 
83. 1.74 f 

7. Lady Hamilton tanzt, 1922-23 
(Lady Hamilton dances) 

■/Vi x 4 3 /i6 in. (18.4 x 10.7 cm) 
Following page 44 
REFERENCE: Diickers B II, 7 

83- 1-74 g 

8. Lady Hamilton mit dem Faclier, 

1922-23 

(Lady Hamilton with a fan) 
8V16 x 5 7 /s in. (20.5 x 14.9 cm) 
Following page 48 
REFERENCE: Diickers B 11, 8 
83.1.74 h 




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Kofces 

Book with 10 offset lithographs on wove 

paper 

Illustrations to novel by Heinrich Mann 

(Berlin: Propylaen Verlag, 1925); edition 

of 3,000-5,000 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1974 

REFERENCE: Duckers B III, l-io 

EXHIBITION: Reed 391 

83.1.76 a-j 

1. Die Spinne im Netz— Kobes, 

1924-25 

(The spider in the web— Kobes) 

yV* x 5 u /i6 in. (18.4 x 14.5 cm) 

Frontispiece 

reference: Duckers B III, 1 

83.1.76 a 

2. Der Mittehtand rennt sich zu Tode, 
1924-25 

(The middle class works itself to 

death) 

8 x 6V4 in. (20.4 x 15.9 cm) 

Page 7 

REFERENCE: Duckers B in, 2 

83.1.76 b 

3. Die Rayonchefs, 1924-25 
(The department heads) 
6Vi x 8 in. (159 x 20.3 cm) 
Page 11 

REFERENCE: Duckers B III, 3 
83.1.76 c 

4. Die Dame vor der Leiche des 
Mittelstandes, 1924-25 

(The lady before the corpse of the 

middle class) 

7 7 /s x 6%6 in. (20.0 x 15. 7 cm) 

Page 19 

REFERENCE: Duckers B III, 4 

83. 1.76 d 

5. Aufdem gefahrvollen Weg zu 
Kobes, 1924-25 

(On the dangerous way to Kobes) 
8 3 /i6 x 67s in. (20.8 x 17.5 cm) 
Page 29 

REFERENCE: Duckers B III, 5 
83. 1.76 e 

6. Ins AUerheiligste vorgedrungen, 
1924-25 

(Advanced into the holy of holies) 
8V16 x 6 7 /ie in. (20.5 x 16.3 cm) 
Page 35 
REFERENCE: Duckers B III, 6 

83. 1.76 f 

7. Kobes fehlt nur noch die Eisenbahn, 

1924-25 

(Kobes still lacks only railroads) 

6V2 x 8 in. (16.5 x 20.3 cm) 

Page 39 

reference: Diickers B III, 7 

83. 1.76 g 

8. Mir den Waffen einer Frau, 
1924-25 

(With the weapons of a woman) 
7% x 6V16 in. (19.7 x 15.4 cm) 
Page 43 

REFERENCE: Diickers B HI, 8 
83. 1.76 h 



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963 (continued) 

9. Wer sich opfert, istfrei, 1924-25 
(He who sacrifices himself is free) 
7% x 6% in. (19.7 x 16.2 cm) 
Page 57 

reference: Diickers B III, 9 

83. 1.76 i 

10. Das Ende des Dr. Sand, 1924-25 
(Dr. Sand's end) 

7 15 /i6 x 6 in. (20.2 x 15.2 cm) 

Page 69 

reference: Diickers B III, 10 

83.1.76J 

964 

Port d'eaux-mortes 

(Port of still waters) 

Book with 8 transfer lithographs or 

photolithographs on vellum Lafuma 

paper 

Illustrations to novel by Pierre Mac- 

Orlan (Paris: Sans Pareil, 1926); from 

edition E (total edition of 1,260) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (538/1,000) on 

justification page 

provenance: Victoria Dailey, Los 

Angeles; purchased in 1974 

reference: Diickers B IV, 1-8 

EXHIBITION: Reed 392 

83.1.77 a-h 

1. Untitled (frontispiece), 1925 
5 I3 /i6 x 3 7 /8 (14.7 x 9.8 cm) 
reference: Duckers B iv, 1 

83.1.77 a 

2. Cafe "An Bean Patron" 1925 
5% x 3 13 /i6 in. (14.3 x 9.7 cm) 
Following page 4 
reference: Duckers B IV, 2 
83.1.77 b 

3. Oncle Paul spielt Akkordeon, 1925 
(Uncle Paul plays the accordion) 
5 13 /i6 x 3 15 /i6 in. (14.8 x 10. 1 cm) 
Following page 12 
reference: Duckers B IV, 3 
83.1.77 c 

4. Die Nacht des Mordes und das 
Glucksspiels, 1925 

(The night of murder and gambling) 
5% x 3% in. (14.6 x 9.6 cm) 
Following page 40 
reference: Diickers B IV, 4 
83.1.77 d 

5. Das Doppelleben des Nicolas 
Behen—Jeckill und Hyde, 1925 
(The double life of Nicolas Behen— 
Jekyll and Hyde) 

5 n /i6 x 3% in. (14.5 x 9. 1 cm) 
Following page 56 
reference: Diickers B IV, 5 
83. 1.77 e 

6. Dancing in der West India Docks 
Road—der blinde Oncle Paul, 1925 
(Dancing in West India Docks 
Road-blind Uncle Paul) 

5 13 /i6 x 4'/s in. (147 x 10.4 cm) 
Following page 68 
REFERENCE: Diickers B IV, 6 
83. 1.77 f 



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7. Judat der Morder, 1925 
(Judat the murderer) 

5 9 /i6 x 3% in. (14. 1 x 9.2 cm) 
Following page 72 
REFERENCE: Duckers B IV, 7 

83- 1-77 g 

8. Der Morgen der Hinrichtung, 1925 
(The morning of the execution) 
5 13 /i6 x 3 7 /b in. (14.7 x 9.9 cm) 
Following page 78 
reference: Duckers B IV, 8 
83.1.77 h 

965 

Hintergrund 

(Background) 

Portfolio of 17 rotogravures on laid 

paper 

Illustrations to the play Schwejk by 

Erwin Piscator (Berlin: Malik- Verlag, 

1928); edition of 10,000 

provenance: unknown 

reference: Duckers M vi, 1-17 

83.1.79 a-q 

1. Schwejk: "Melde gehorsamst, dass 
ich blod bin," 1927 

(Schwejk: "Beg to report, sir, I am 
an idiot") 

7% x 4 15 /i6 in. (18.8 x 12.6 cm) 
reference: Duckers M VI, 1 
83.1.79 a 

2. Seid untertan der Obrigkeit, 1927 
(Bow to the authorities) 

5'/i x gVi6 in. (13.4 x 23.0 cm) 
reference: Duckers M VI, 2 
83.1.79 b 

3. Volkes Stimme, 1927 
(The voice of the people) 
5% x 8'/8 in. (14.6 x 20.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Duckers M VI, 3 
83.1.79 c 

4. Der Lebensbaum, 1927 
(The tree of life) 

4 5 /i6 x 9 in. (11.0 x 22.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Duckers M VI, 4 
83. 1.79 d 

5. Ich liebe Dichl 1927 
(I love you!) 

5 9 /i6 x 7V4 in. (14. 1 x 18.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Duckers M vi, 5 
83.1.79 c 

6. Das ganze Volk ist eine 
Simulantenbande, 1927 

(The entire population is a bunch of 

malingerers) 

4>/8 x 9 3 /i6 in. (10.6 x 23.3 cm) 

REFERENCE: Duckers M vi, 6 

83- 1-79 f 



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7. Jn drei Tagen sind Sie 
felddienstfdhig, 1927 

(In three days you'll be fit for field 

duty) 

5'/i6 x 7 7 /s in. (12.8 x 20.0 cm) 

REFERENCE: Diickers M VI, 7 

83- 1-79 g 

8. Ein bischen gut zureden, 1927 
(Just a little persuasion) 

4% x 8% in. (11.1 x 22.2 cm) 
reference: Diickers M vi, 8 

83.1.7911 

9. Die Ausschuttung des heiligen 
Geistes, 1927. 

(The outpouring of the Holy Spirit) 
6 15 /i6 x 5 7 /s in. (17.6 x 13.9 cm) 
reference: Diickers M vi, 9 

83- 1-79 i 

10. Maul halten und weiter dienen, 
1927 

(Shut up and do your duty) 
6x 7'/8 in. (15.2 x 18.1 cm) 
reference: Diickers M VI, 10 

831-79J 

11. Bitte recht freundlich, 1927 
(Please look friendly) 

5% x 7 in. (13.6 x 17.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Diickers M vi, 11 
83.1.79 k 

12. Mir ist der Krieg wie eine Badekur 
bekommen, 1927 

(The war did me a lot of good, like a 

spa) 

7% x 4 15 /i6 in. (19.7 x 12.6 cm) 

reference: Diickers M VI, 12 

83. 1.79 1 

13. MitHerz und Hand fur's Vaterland, 
1927 

(With heart and hand for the 

fatherland) 

4 5 /i6 x 8 5 /i6 in. (10.9 x 21.2 cm) 

reference: Diickers M vi, 13 

83.1.79 m 

14. Bald wieder: "Je grausamer, je 
humaner," 1927 

(Once again: "The more cruel, the 
more human") 

4 13 /i6 x 7% in. (12.2 x 18.8 cm) 
reference: Diickers M vi, 14 
83. 1.79 n 

15. Bechtsordnung, 1927 
(Order of the law) 

6 9 /i6 x 5V2 in. (16.7 x 13.9 cm) 
reference: Diickers M vi, 15 
83.1.790 

16. Wofiir? 1927 
(For what?) 

5'/i x yVs in. (13.4 x 18. 1 cm) 
reference: Diickers M vi, 16 

83-1-79 P 

17. Wir sind zum Gehorchen geboren! 
1927 

(We are born to obey!) 

7% x 5 3 /i6 in. (19.7 x 13. 1 cm) 

reference: Diickers M vi, 17 

83-1-79 q 








Firlttwj; ri.' Aiity,. ■*.•/?, 



965-9 










/^o/xl. Hi*) v>< J~* toJiJ-i. . 



965-12 




-Cm 



965-13 



965-14 



Gulbransson 



281 








965-15 



965-16 







965-17 






966 

Scheherezade, c. 1919 
Lithograph on heavy wove paper 
g'/s x 6 I3 /i6 in. (23.2 x 17.3 cm) 
From Joachim Kirchner, Junge Berliner 
Kunst, Wasmuths Kunsthefte, no. 6 
(Berlin: E. Wasmuth, [1919?]), pi. 3 
PROVENANCE: W. F. Arntz, Haag 
(Oberbayern); purchased in 1975 
83.1.120 c 



967 

Kreuzabnahme, c. 1916 

(Descent from the cross) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8% x 5 15 /i6 in. (21.2 x 15.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 6, no. 16/17 (1916): 

217-18 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 30 November 1979, part of 

lot 1173 

83.1.1513 a 

968 

Kommune, c. 1918 

(Commune) 

Lithograph on japan paper 

g 9 /i6 x 6 5 /8 in. (24.3 x 16.8 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

2, no. 7 (1918) 

inscription: numbered (32/110) on 

justification page 

provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 

Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed 283/9 

83.1.1117 b 



967 



968 



969 

Othello, c. 1917 

Lithograph on orange japan paper 

10% x 6 n /i6 in. (27.0 x 17.0 cm) 

From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 

from edition A (total edition of 200) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1. ; numbered 

(xiv/l) on justification page; publisher's 

blind stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

EXHIBITION: Reed 336/24 

M. 82. 288.384.24 



Arthur Grunenberg 

born 1886 
Konigsberg 



Max Gubler 



born 1898 Zurich, 
Switzerland 



died 1976 Zurich, 
Switzerland 



Olaf Gulbransson 

born 1873 Oslo, 
Norway 

died 1956 
Tegernsee 




969 



282 



Gulbransson 



970 

Das grosse Bestiarium der modernen 
Literatur 

(The great bestiary of modern literature) 

Six lithographs with watercolor on wove 

paper 

Illustrations to text by Franz Blei 

(Berlin: Ernst Rowohlt Verlag, 1922); 

see also cat. nos. 943 and 1 102 

INSCRIPTION: signed by artist, Franz 

Blei, Rudolf Grossmann, and Thomas 

Theodor Heine and numbered (376/400) 

on justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed 330 

83.i.5ib-d, i, j, q 

1. Der Bierbaum, 1922 
(Caricature of Otto Julius Bierbaum) 
With blue, green, and pink 
watercolor 

6 7 /s x 4'/4 in. (17.5 x 10.8 cm) 
Facing page 17 
83.1.51 b 

2. Bjornson, 1922 
(Caricature of Bjornstjerne 
Bjornson) 

With pink and green watercolor 
3 7 /ie x 7% in. (8.8 x 18.8 cm) 
Facing page 24 
83.1.51c 

3. Die Daubler, 1922 
(Caricature of Theodor Daubler) 
With blue, green, pink, and orange 
watercolor 

6% x 4V8 in. (17.2 x 10.5 cm) 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 145 
Facing page 32 
83.1.51 d 

4. Die Hesse, 1922 
(Caricature of Hermann Hesse) 
With blue and pink watercolor 
5V2 x 3% in. (14.0 x 9.5 cm) 
Facing page 96 

83.1.51 i 

5. Ibsen, 1922 

(Caricature of Henrik Ibsen) 
With blue and green watercolor 
■/Vs x 4 3 A in. (18. 1 x 12. 1 cm) 
Facing page 112 

83151J 

6. Der Tolstoj, 1922 
(Caricature of Leo Tolstoy) 

With blue, green, yellow, and pink 

watercolor 

3V2 x 7 in. (8.9 x 17.8 cm) 

Facing page 224 

83.1.51 q 





3<«t» v o ~ 



970-2 





X- I E DAUBL-SR. 



D i E HEli C 



970-3 





4k , f 



970-5 




971 




972 



Gunschmann 



283 



971 


Carl Gunschmann 


Untitled (head of a man), c. 1918 




Woodcut on laid paper 


born 1895 


5% x 4% in. (13.7 x 12.0 cm) 


Darmstadt 


From Menschen 1, no. 4 (1918): 3 




provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 


died 1984 


Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 




exhibition: Reed under z8g 




83-11379' 





972 

Untitled (three figures), c. 1919 

Linoleum cut on slick wove paper 

8%6 x 4 15 /i6 in. (20.8 x 12.5 cm) 

From Das Tribunal 1, no. 3 (1919): 

cover 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 304 

83- 1-955 a 



284 



Hacker 



Adolf Hacker 



Adolf de Haer 



born 1892 
Dusseldorf 



died 1945 
Osnabruck 




973 

Tennis, c. 1912 
Woodcut on wove paper 
4 x 3^16 in. (10.2 x 9.7 cm) 
From Saturn 2, no. 7 (1912): 145 
PROVENANCE: M. K. Neudold (ex libris); 
Galerie Gerda Bassenge, Berlin, 4 June 
1975, part of lot 4899 
exhibition: Reed under 300 
83.1.1311 f 



974 

Untitled (man in street), 1920 
Lithograph on wove paper 
loVfe x 8% in. (26.7 x 21.3 cm) 
From portfolio Das Buch Eins des 
Aktivisten Bundes, 1919 (Diisseldorf: 
Eigener Verlag, 1920) 
inscription: signed and dated, l.r. 
PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 
purchased in 1981 
83. 1.670 g 

975 

Untitled (mother and child), c. 1920 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9V16 x 6% in. (23. 1 x 16.9 cm) 

From Gert Wollheim, ed., Das Buch 

Zwei des Aktivisten Bundes, lgig, 

Dusseldorf (Dusseldorf: Druckhaus 

Dusseldorf, [1920]) 

PROVENANCE: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 11 June 1977, part of lot 492 

83.1.249 d 



Hans Haffenrichter 


976 




Untitled (figure), c. 1923 


born 1897 


Linoleum cut on wove paper 


Wurzburg 


6 7 /s x 3% in. (17.5 x 8.5 cm) 




From Der Sturm 14, no. 7 (1923): 101 




the image also appears on the cover 




PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 




purchased in 1982 




83 i- 1395-36 



977 

Untitled (seated figure), c. 1923 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
6 x 4 J /i6 in. (15.3 x 10.3 cm) 
From Der Sturm 14, no. 12 (1923): lS 
the image also appears on the cover 
provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83- !• 1395-51 





973 



974 





976 




977 





978 



979 









980 



983 




Halm 



978 



285 



U. Hallerstede 



Ausjakobsen Gedichte, c. 1924 

(From the poems of Jakobsen) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4V2 x 3 in. (11.5 x 7.6 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed. , Schwarzer Greif: 

Ein Almanach aufdasjahr 1925 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), 

P- 131 

PROVENANCE: unknown 

83-1-549 s 

979 

Aus Jakobsen Novellen, c. 1924 
(From the tales of Jakobsen) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
4 5 /8 x 3 3 /ie in. (11.7x8.1 cm) 
From Karl Dietz, ed., Schwarzer Greif : 
Ein Almanach aufdasjahr 1925 
(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), p. 25 
PROVENANCE: unknown 
83- 1-549 f 

980 

Der Kuss, c. 1924 

(The kiss) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 5 /i6 x 3 3 /i6 in. (13.5 x 8. 1 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed., Schwarzer Greif 

Ein Almanach aufdasjahr 1925 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), p. 53 

provenance: unknown 

83- 1-549 h 



981 



981 

Landschaft, c. 1896 

(Landscape) 

Etching on wove paper 

li'/s x 8V2 in. (28.3 x 21.6 cm) 

From Pan 1, no. 4 (1896): following 214 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

reference: Dennerlein 630 

83.1.1351 f 

982 

Motiv von der Reichenau, c. 1896 

(Motif from the Reichenau) 

Etching on laid paper 

7% x io 15 /i6 in. (19.4 x 27.7 cm) 

From Pan 2, no. 3 (1896): following 210 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

reference: Dennerlein 1107 

83- 1- 1353 d 

983 

Konigliche Professor, c. 1898 

(Royal professor) 

Drypoint on laid paper 

io 13 /i6 x 8% in. (27.5 x 21.3 cm) 

From seventh portfolio of Verein fur 

Original-Radierung (Munich: Verein fur 

Original-Radierung, 1898) 

PROVENANCE: L'Art Ancien, Zurich; 

purchased in 1974 

83- 1- 159 d 



Peter Halm 

born 1854 Mainz 
died 1923 Munich 



286 



Halm 



Paul Hamann 

born 1891 Hamburg 



984 

Pappeln, c. 1898 

(Poplars) 

Etching on handmade paper 

n 5 /s x 8 9 /i6 in. (29.5 x 21.8 cm) 

From Pan 4, no. 3 (1898): following 162 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

REFERENCE: Dennerlein 2085 

83-11357 a 

985 

Sankt Emmeram zu Regensburg, 

c. 1911 

(Saint Emmeram at Regensburg) 

Drypoint on wove paper 

5'/2 x 6 7 /s in. (14.0 x 17.5 cm) 

From Zeitschrift fur bildende Kunst, 

n.s., 22, no. 7 (1911): before 149 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 

83.1.9656 



986 

Sonne, 1920 

(Sun) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

6 5 /s x 3% in. (16.8 x 9.9 cm) 

From Katalog der zweiten Ausstellung 

der Hamburgischen Secession, exh. cat. 

(Hamburg: Alte Kunsthalle, 1921), 

no. 23, pi. 3 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

83- 1-735 d 



Otto Hamel 987 

Aufder Flucht, c. 1916 
born 1866 Erfurt (Fleeing) 

Lithograph on wove paper 
died 1950 Lohr 87s x lo'/ie in. (22.6 x 25.6 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 63 (1916): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte. 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: not listed in Reed 

under 281 

83.1.1460 c 

988 

Kolonne itn Vormarsch, c. 1916 

(Advancing column) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

8 7 /s x i2'/i6 in. (22.5 x 30.7 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 62 (1916): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/100 (as Otto 

Harmch) 

83.1.1459 d 







984 




Rtf.20. 



986 







985 




987 




988 




989 



Hanf 



287 





990-1 



990-2 





990-3 



990-4 





990-5 




&xf\xxL\°>n 



991 



989 

Verwundeten-Transport, c. 1916 
(Transport of the wounded) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
io 7 /i6 x loVw in. (26.5 x 25.5 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 64765 (1916): 4 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/99 
83.1.1461 d 



990 

Die Maske des roten Todes 

(The Masque of the Red Death) 
Booklet with 5 woodcuts on handmade 
oatmeal paper 

Illustrations to story by Edgar Allan Poe 
(Vienna: Artur Wolf Verlag, 1924) 
INSCRIPTION: signed and numbered 
(44/300) on justification page 
provenance: Bernd Gbbel Kunsthan- 
del, Baden-Baden; purchased in 1986 
L.86. 1.11 a-e; lent by the Robert Gore 
Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 
California 

1. Untitled (ballroom scene), c. 1924 
11% x 9 n /i6 in. (29.5 x 24.6 cm) 
L.86. 1.11 a 

2. Untitled (nude woman in 
landscape), c. 1924 

11% x 9 u /i6 in. (29.5 x 24.6 cm) 
L.86.1.11 b 

3. Untitled (couple with Death), 
c. 1924 

ii s /s x 9 13 /i6 in. (29.5 x 24.9 cm) 
L.86.1.11 c 

4. Untitled (figure in black), c. 1924 
11% x 9% in. (29.5 x 24.7 cm) 
L.86.1.11 d 

5. Untitled (wall with death's-head), 
c. 1924 

n 9 /i6 x 9% in. (29.4 x 24.7 cm) 
L.86.1.11 e 



991 

Erste graphische Mappe der 
Kunstlergruppe Jung-Erfurt, c. 1919 
(First graphic portfolio of the 
Kunstlergruppe Jung-Erfurt) 
Black ink and pencil on gray cardboard 
20 x 14 in. (50.8 x 35.6 cm) 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 8-10 November 1977, part of 
lot 2778 

This portfolio cover was acquired with a 
group of prints by Hanf, who produced 
the second portfolio of the Kunstler- 
gruppe Jung-Erfurt, and it may be 
attributed to him 
M. 82. 287. 109 



Margarethe 
Hammerschlag 



Alfred Hanf 

born 1890 Erfurt 



288 



Hanf 



992 

Fruhling, igig 

(Spring) 

Woodcut on heavy wove paper 

6 9 /i6 x 8% in. (16.6 x 21.3 cm) 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r.; 

titled, 1.1.; inscribed "2. Abzug/ 

Handdruck," 1.1. 

PROVENANCE: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 8-10 November 1977, part of 

lot 2778 

This print may be Hanf s contribution to 

the first portfolio of the Kiinstlergruppe 

Jung-Erfurt, also published in 1919 

M. 82. 287. 103 

993 

Sechs Holzschnitte von Alfred Hanf 

(Six woodcuts by Alfred Hanf) 
Portfolio of 6 woodcuts on japan paper 
Second portfolio of the Kiinstlergruppe 
Jung-Erfurt (Erfurt: Stierpresse, 1919) 
inscription: each sheet signed, l.r.; 
numbered (41/100) on justification page 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 8-10 November 1977, part of 
lot 2778 
M. 82. 287. 20 a-f 

1. Landstrasse, 1919 
(Country road) 

i2'/8 x 9% in. (30.8 x 24.8 cm) 
The center also has a proof signed, 
dated, titled, and inscribed 
"Handdruck," as well as another 
unsigned proof 
M. 82. 287. 20 a 

2. Abend, 1919 
(Evening) 

11% x 9% in. (29.8 x 24.5 cm) 
The center also has a proof signed, 
dated, titled, and inscribed 
"Handdruck" 
M. 82. 287. 20 b 

3. Untitled (village), 1919 

12 x g 15 /i6 in. (30.4 x 25.3 cm) 
The center also has an unsigned 
proof of a later state 
M. 82. 287. 20 c 

4. Die Kirche, 1919 
(The church) 

g 5 /i6 x 7 in. (23.6 x 17.8 cm) 
The center also has an unsigned 
proof of this state, as well as a proof 
signed, dated, titled, and inscribed 
"3. Zustand (letzter)" 
M. 82. 287. 20 d 

5. Untitled (church), 1919 

7% x g!/i6 in. (18.8 x 23. 1 cm) 
The center also has an unsigned 
proof of a later state 
M. 82. 287. 20 e 

6. Untitled (mountain landscape), 

!919 

n 15 /i6 x 10 in. (30.3 x 25.4 cm) 

The center also has an unsigned 

proof of a later state 

M. 82. 287.20 f 






993-1 



993-2 




993-3 






993-6 




994 




995 








998 







iy6 ' Jft- 



3 



§Hy i V'- 



999 



Hasler 



994 

Liebespaar, c. 1924 

(Lovers) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 7 /i6 x 4% in. (13.8 x 12.0 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed., Schwarzer Greif: 

Ein Almanack aufdasjahr 1925 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), p. 15 

PROVENANCE: unknown 

83-1-549 e 



289 



995 

Paar vor Ziegelei, 1920 

(Couple before a brickyard) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

5 5 /s x 6'/4 in. (14.3 x 15.9 cm) 

From Katalog der zweiten Ausstellung 

der Hamburgischen Secession, exh. cat. 

(Hamburg: Alte Kunsthalle, 1921), 

no. 26, pi. 8 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

83- 1-735* 



Erich Hartmann 

born 1886 Elberfeld 



997 



996 

Die Novelle von J. W. Goethe, c. 1914 

(Short story by J. W. Goethe) 

Sixteen vignette lithographs on japan 

paper 

From Kunst und Kiinstler 12, no. 11 

(1914): 563-74 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 
purchased in 1982 
Not illustrated 

83.1. 1243 aa-pp 

997 

Soldatentod, c. 1915 

(Death of a soldier) 

Lithograph on japan paper 

ioVs x 7% in. (25.7 x 19.6 cm) 

From Kunst und Kiinstler 13, no. 5 

(1915): 194 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1244 k 

998 

Sturm, c. 1917 

(Storm) 

Lithograph on blue japan paper 

I4 15 /i6 x 10V16 in. (38.0 x 25.5 cm) 

From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 

from edition A (total edition of 200) 

inscription: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(xiv/l) on justification page; publisher's 

blind stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

exhibition: Reed 336/28 

M. 82.288.384.28 

999 

Untitled (factory scene), n.d. 

Lithograph on laid paper 

% l A x 7% in. (23.5 x 18.7 cm) 

provenance: gift of Dr. Jelena Hahl, 

1981 

EXHIBITION: Rigby 46 

M. 82. 287. 21 



Bernhard Hasler 



born 1884 
Schenkendorf 



died 1945 
Bad Oldesloe 



290 



Hauser 



Carl Maria (Carry) 1000 

Hauser Schwangere, 1920 

(Pregnant woman) 
born 1895 Vienna, Black ink on japan paper 

Austria ii 3 /ie x 8% in. (28.4 x 22.2 cm) 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r.; 

titled, 1.1. 

provenance: Galerie Pabst, Munich; 

purchased in 1981 

M. 82. 287. 83 

1001 

Selbstbildnis, 1920 

(Self-portrait) 

Black ink on wove paper 

ii 5 /s x 9 in. (29.5 x 22.9 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: monogrammed, signed, 

and dated (twice), l.r.; inscribed 

"zeichnung," 1.1. 

PROVENANCE: Galerie Pabst, Munich; 

purchased in 1981 

M. 82. 287. 84 

1002 

Buch der Traume 

(Book of dreams) 

Book with 8 woodcuts on laid paper 

Printed by Profildruck, Vienna, and 

published in 1976 by Galerie Pabst 

under artist's supervision; prints first 

published in 1922 in a small edition 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (359/500) on 

justification page 

provenance: Galerie Pabst, Munich; 

purchased in 1980 

83. 1.684 a-h 

1. Untitled (title page), 1921 
5% x 4 5 /i6 in. (13.7 x 11.0 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
83.1.684 a 

2. Untitled (man and cat), 1921 
5V2 x 4 3 /i6 in. (14.0 x 10.6 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1. 
83.1.684 b 

3. Untitled (man and child), 1921 
5V2 x 4'/4 in. (14.0 x 10.8 cm) 
inscription: signed, 1.1. 
83.1.684 c 

4. Untitled (falling man), 1921 
5V2 x 4% in. (14.0 x 11. 1 cm) 
inscription: signed, l.r. 
83. 1.684 d 

5. Untitled (man with three female 
nudes), 1921 

5V2 x 4'/8 in. (14.0 x 10.5 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1. 
83.1.6840 

6. Untitled (man with tall buildings), 
1921 

5% x 4V4 in. (13.7 x 10.8 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1. 
83. 1.684 f 

7. Untitled (man and sleeping 
woman), 1921 

5% x 4V4 in. (13.7 x 10.8 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1. 
83. 1.684 g 

8. Untitled (justification page), 1921 
5 3 /s x 4>/4 in. (13.7 x 10.8 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 

83. 1.684 h 





1000 







Hecht 



291 




1002-5 





1003 






1002-8 





1003 




Liebende, 1923 




(Lovers) 




Woodcut on japan paper 




7% x 5 ? /i6 in. (18.8 x 13.8 cm) 




INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r. ; 




titled, 1.1. 




provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 




Berlin, 12 December 1979, part of lot 




2778 




M. 82. 287. 22 




1004 


Raoul Hausmann 


Untitled (sailboats), 1913 




Lithograph on laid paper 


born 1886 Vienna, 


8 x 5% in. (20.3 x 14.3 cm) 


Austria 


From Das neue Pathos 1, no. 3/4 




(i9i3) : 5 1 


died 1971 Limoges, 


INSCRIPTION: numbered (50/100) on 


France 


justification page 




provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 




purchased in 1983 




L. 84. 5. 339 f; lent by the Robert Gore 




Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 




California 





1005 

Aus der Leben des heiliges Franz, nach 

Taddeo Gaddi, c. 1922 

(From the life of Saint Francis, after 

Taddeo Gaddi) 

Woodcut on thin laid paper 

6 7 /s x 5V2 in. (17.4 x 13.9 cm) 

From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe 11 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1922); 

the center also has an impression from 

Julius Meier-Graefe, ed., Gamjmed, 

vol. 4 (Munich: R. Piper & Co., 1922), 

following p. 70 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(cxl/ccc) on cover 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

EXHIBITION: Reed 317/23 

M. 82. 288. 378 g 

1006 

Die Stadt, c. 1922 

(The city) 

Woodcut on thin japan paper 

9 5 /s x 7 n /i6 in. (24.5 x 19.5 cm) 

From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe II 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1922) 

inscription: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(cxl/ccc) on cover 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

EXHIBITION: Reed 317/31 

M. 82. 288. 378 j 



Franz Hecht 



born 1877 
Brunswick 



1006 



1005 



292 



Erich Heckel 

born 1883 Dobeln 



died 1970 
Radolfzell 



Hecht 



1007 

Holzschnitt nach einem altitalienischen 
Meister, c. 1924 

(Woodcut after an Italian old master) 
Woodcut on thin laid paper 
5 3 /4 x 12% in. (14.6 x 32. 1 cm) 
From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe in 
(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1924); 
edition of 100 
inscription: signed, l.r. 
PROVENANCE: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 
13- 15 November 1979, part of lot 2779 
EXHIBITION: Reed 317/43 
M. 82.288.379 1 



1008 

Vor Sonnenaufgang, 1904 
(Before sunrise) 

Woodcut printed in green and gray- 
green on wove paper 
3 7 /i6 x 5 7 /s in. (8.7 x 14.9 cm) 
Color trial proof 

inscription: signed, l.r.; inscribed 
"Proof Dr. 2 Baume sollen dunkler 
werden," u.l. 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 15 June 1973, lot 638 
REFERENCE: variant of Dube 26b 
EXHIBITION: Reed 51; Goley l; Thiem 1 
M. 82. 288. 76 

1009 

Sambo, 1905 

Woodcut printed in black and ocher on 

heavy laid paper 

6 3 /i6 x 4V4 in. (15.7 x 10.8 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r.; 

titled, 1.1. 

provenance: Carus Gallery, New York; 

purchased in 1973 

reference: Dube 56b 

exhibition: Reed 52; Barton 1; Goley 2; 

Thiem 2 

M. 82.288. 77 

1010 

Die Ballade vom Zuchthaus zu Reading 

(The Ballad of Reading Gaol) 

Portfolio of 12 woodcuts on handmade 

paper 

Illustrations to poem by Oscar Wilde 

INSCRIPTION: all sheets signed, l.r.; 

some sheets with excerpts of Wilde's 

poem in German 

provenance: Gustav Schiefler; his son 

Gustav Schiefler; Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 13-15 June 1974, lot 365 

REFERENCE: Dube 120-31 

EXHIBITION: Reed 54/1-12; Thiem 3- 14 

M. 82.288.873-1 

1. Die Ballade vom Zuckthaus zu 

Reading von Oskar Wilde mit 

Holzschnitten von E. Heckel, 1907 

(The Ballad of Reading Gaol by 

Oscar Wilde with woodcuts by E. 

Heckel) 

3T/16 x 5 13 /i6 in. (8.8 x 14.8 cm) 

reference: Dube 120 

EXHIBITION: Reed 54/1; Chipp 46; 

Thiem 3 

M.82.288.87I 




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1010-10 



Heckel 

2. Zur Ballade l, 1907 
(To the ballad 1) 

7 7 /s x 5 7 /8 in. (20.0 x 15.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 121 
exhibition: Reed 54/2; Barton 3a; 
Chipp 47; Goley 5a; Thiem 4 
M. 82.288.87 a 

3. Zwei Gestalten, 1907 
(Two figures) 

7% x 6 in. (20.0 x 15.2 cm) 
reference: Dube 122 
exhibition: Reed 54/3; Barton 3b; 
Goley 5b; Theim 5 
M.82. 288.87 b 

4. Der Gefangene, 1907 
(The prisoner) 

7% x 5T/8 (20.0 x 15.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 123 
exhibition: Reed 54/4: Barton 3c; 
Goley 5c; Thiem 6 
M. 82.288.87 c 

5. Der Richter, 1907 
(The judge) 

6% x 5V6 in. (16.2 x 13. 1 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: titled, 1.1. 
reference: Dube 124 
exhibition: Reed 54/5: Barton 3d; 
Chipp 48; Goley sd; Thiem 7 
M.82.288.87d 

6. Der Wdrter, 1907 
(The prison guard) 

8V4 x 5 7 /8 in. (21.0 x 15.0 cm) 

REFERENCE: Dube 125 II 
EXHIBITION: Reed 54/6; Barton 3e; 
Chipp 49; Goley 5e; Thiem 8 
M. 82.288.87 e 

7. Singende, 1907 
(The singing ones) 

7 7 /8 x 6 in. (20.0 x 15.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 126 
EXHIBITION: Reed 54/7; Barton 3f; 
Thiem 9 
M. 82.288.87 f 

8. Angst, 1907 
(Fear) 

8 x 5 7 /8 in. (20.3 x 14.9 cm) 
reference: Dube 127 
exhibition: Reed 54/8; Barton 3g; 
Chipp 50; Thiem 10 
M.82. 288. 87 g 

9. Das Grauen, 1907 
(The horror) 

7T/8 x 5 13 /i6 in. (20. 1 x 14.8 cm) 
reference: Dube 128 11 
EXHIBITION: Reed 54/9; Barton 3h; 
Thiem 11 
M. 82.288.87 h 

10. Sein letztes Gebet, 1907 
(His last prayer) 

8'/4 x 5 7 /e in. (21.0 x 14.9 cm) 
inscription: inscribed "Hinrich- 
tung," 1.1. 

REFERENCE: Dube 129 
EXHIBITION: Reed 54/10; Barton 3i; 
Thiem 12 
M. 82. 288.87 i 



293 



294 



Heckel 



1010 (continued) 

11. Xur Ballade 2, 1907 
(To the ballad 2) 

8"/i6 x 6 3 /s in. (22. 1 x 16. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 130 
EXHIBITION: Reed 54/11; Barton 3J; 
Thiem 13 
M. 82. 288. 87 j 

12. Kruzifix, 1907 
(Crucifix) 

7 15 /i6 x 6 in. (20.1 x 15.3 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: inscribed "Schluss- 

blatt," l.r. 

REFERENCE: Dube 131 

EXHIBITION: Reed 54/12; Barton 3k; 

Thiem 14 

M. 82. 288. 87 k 

1011 

Kopfdes Geigers, 1907 

(Head of a violinist) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

7% x 5% in. (20.0 x 14.9 cm) 

From Das neue Pathos 2, no. 1/3 (1914): 

23; from edition B of 250 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

acquired by exchange in 1982 

REFERENCE: Dube 109 II. B 

EXHIBITION: Goley 18 

83.1.824 c 

1012 

Segelboot, 1907 

(Sailboat) 

Woodcut on heavy wove paper 

6 5 /i6 x 8 5 /8 in. (16.1 x 21.9 cm) 

From portfolio Die Briicke m (1908), 

pi. 1 

inscription: signed, dated, and 

inscribed "Dangast i. O, l.r. 

PROVENANCE: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 13- 15 June 1974, lot 85 

reference: Dube 143 i.B; Bolliger and 

Kornfeld 10 

exhibition: Reed 53 (photograph 

transposed with the following); Barton 

2; Goley 3; Thiem 15 

M. 82.288.366 

1013 

Segelboot, 1907 

(Sailboat) 

Woodcut on heavy wove paper 

6 5 /i6 x 8 5 /s in. (16. 1 x 22.0 cm) 

According to Wolf-Dieter Dube 

(conversation with author, October 

1984), this impression is a variant inking 

of the first state, and not the second 

state as catalogued previously 

INSCRIPTION: signed, dated, and 

inscribed "Dangast i. O," l.r. 

provenance: Christie's, London, 5 

December 1974, lot 166 

REFERENCE: Dube 143 I (edition size 

uncertain) 

exhibition: Reed 53/2 (photograph 

transposed with above); Goley 4; 

Thiem 16 

M. 82. 288. 79 








1013 




1016 




Meckel 



1014 

Untitled (postcard of a tightrope 
walker), c. 1909 

Crayon, india ink, and watercolor on 
card 

5V2 x 3 9 /i6 in. (14.0 x 9.0 cm) 
inscription: addressed to Dr. Rosa 
Schapire and initialed; postal cancel- 
lation dated 1909 

provenance: Rosa Schapire; private 
collection, Los Angeles, 1946; Heritage 
Gallery, Los Angeles; purchased in 1972 
exhibition: Reed 56; Goley 7; 
Thiem 18 
M. 82.288. 334 

1015 

Franzi, 1910 
Woodcut on wove paper 
6 9 /i6 x 4'A in. (16.6 x 10.8 cm) 
From KG Briicke, catalogue of exhibi- 
tion at Galerie Arnold, Dresden, 1910 
(Dresden: Heinrich Niescher, [1910]) 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 8- 10 June 1972, part of lot 
240 

reference: Dube 179 I; Bolliger and 
Kornfeld 41/6 
EXHIBITION: Reed 243/6 
M. 82. 288. 374 f 

1016 

Knieende Akte, 1910 

(Kneeling nudes) 

Woodcut on yellow cover stock 

n 3 /4 x i5 3 /4 in. (29.9 x 40.0 cm) 

From portfolio Die Briicke v (1910), 

cover 

PROVENANCE: estate of the artist; 

Gunther Franke, Munich (purchased 

from Siddi Heckel); Carus Gallery, New 

York; purchased in 1974 

REFERENCE: Dube 181; Bolliger and 

Kornfeld 17 

EXHIBITION: Reed 79; Goley 9; 

Thiem 22 

M. 82. 288.369 a 

1017 

Liegendes Kind, 1910 

(Reclining child) 

Drypoint on copperplate paper 

5V8 x 7% in. (13.0 x 19.3 cm) 

Proof before edition of 10 on japan 

paper and edition of 30 on handmade 

paper 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r. 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, lot 610 

reference: Dube 79 A 

exhibition: Reed 57; Thiem 19 

M. 82.288.86 



295 



296 



Heckel 



1018 

Miissige Weiber, 1910 
(Idle women) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
4 5 /i6 x 6 n /i6 in. (11.0 x 17.0 cm) 
From KG Briicke, catalogue of exhibi- 
tion at Galerie Arnold, Dresden, 1910 
(Dresden: Heinrich Niescher, [1910]) 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 8-10 June 1972, part of lot 
240 

REFERENCE: Dube 180 i; Bolliger and 
Kornfeld 41/14 
exhibition: Reed 243/14 
M. 82. 288. 374 n 

1019 

Schlafender Mann, 1910 
(Sleeping man) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
6 u /i6 x 4 5 /i6 in. (17.0 x 11.0 cm) 
From KG Briicke, catalogue of exhibi- 
tion at Galerie Arnold, Dresden, 1910 
(Dresden: Heinrich Niescher, [1910]) 
PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 8-10 June 1975, part of lot 
240 

REFERENCE: Dube 178 I; Bolliger and 
Kornfeld 41/15 
exhibition: Reed 243/15 
M. 82. 288. 3740 

1020 

Segelboot, 1910 

(Sailboat) 

Lithograph on soft handmade paper 

io 13 /i6 x 13 in. (27.5 x 33.0 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r. 

PROVENANCE: Arthur Harris; purchased 

'n 1974 

REFERENCE: Dube 149 
EXHIBITION: Thiem 21 
M. 82.288.74 

1021 

Stehendes Kind, 1910 

(Standing child) 

Woodcut printed in red, green, and 

black on wove paper 

14% x io 13 /ie in. (37.5 x 27.4 cm) 

From portfolio Die Briicke VI (1911), 

pi. 1 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated (11), l.r. 

provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 

Ketterer, 8 December 1970, lot 283 a 

reference: Dube 204-b.2/b; Bolliger 

and Kornfeld 22 

exhibition: Reed 60; Chipp 51; Goley 

11; Thiem 23 

M. 82. 288. 370 b 





1018 



1019 




1020 




1021 



Heckel 



297 




1022 






1024 



1022 

Strasse mit Fussgangern— Hamburger 

Hafen, 1910 

(Street with pedestrians— Hamburg 

harbor) 

Drypoint on wove paper 

6 u /i6 x y'Vie in. (17.0 x 20. 1 cm) 

From portfolio Die Briicke vi (1911), 

pl 3 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r. 

provenance: Galerie Nierendorf, 

Berlin; purchased in 1974 

REFERENCE: Dube 91; Bolliger and 

Kornfeld 24 

EXHIBITION: Reed 59; Goley 10; 

Thiem 20 

M. 82. 288. 370 d 

1023 

Szene im Wald, 1910 

(Scene in the woods) 

Lithograph on heavy wove paper 

11 x 13% in. (28.0 x 34.9 cm) 

From portfolio Die Briicke vi (1911), 

pl. 2 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r. 

PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 2-4 June 1977, lot 568 

reference: Dube 153; Bolliger and 

Kornfeld 23 

M. 82. 288. 370 c 

1024 

Titelholzschnitt, 1910 
(Title woodcut) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
6 9 /ie x 4 5 /ie in. (16.7 x 10.9 cm) 
From KG Briicke, catalogue of exhibi- 
tion at Galerie Arnold, Dresden, 1910 
(Dresden: Heinrich Niescher, [1910]) 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 8-10 June 1972, part of lot 
240 

reference: Dube 177 I; Bolliger and 
Kornfeld 41/1 
EXHIBITION: Reed 243/1 
M. 82. 288. 374 a 

1025 

Akt am Stein, 1912 

(Nude on rock) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

3 9 /ie x 2 13 /ie in. (9. 1x7.1 cm) 

From Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Chronik 

KG Briicke (1913) 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 8 June 1977, part of lot 70 

reference: Dube 239; Bolliger and 

Kornfeld 62/4 

exhibition: Reed 86/6 

83.1. 109 f 



1025 



298 



Heckel 

1026 

Badende am Teich, 1912 

(Bathers at the pond) 

Woodcut on thin pink wove paper 

5 3 /i6 x 4 5 /i6 in. (13.1 x 11.0 cm) 

From Ausstellung von Kiinstlergruppe 

Briicke, exh. cat. (Berlin: Galerie Fritz 

Gurlitt, 1912); the center has two 

impressions 

PROVENANCE: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 15-17 June 1972, part of lot 113 

REFERENCE: Dube 227 I; Bolliger and 

Kornfeld 42/2 

EXHIRITION: Reed 245/2; Thiem 24 

M. 82. 288.375 b 

1027 

Im Gesprach, 1912 

(In conversation) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

■j'/s x 4 5 /i6 in. (18.1 x 11.0 cm) 

From Das neue Pathos 1, no. 5/6 

(1913): 25 

inscription: numbered (50/100) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1983 

REFERENCE: Dube 235 

L.84.5.339 k; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1028 

Der Mora 1 der Akulka von Dostoiewski, 
1912 

(The murder of Akulka by Dostoyevski) 
Woodcut on heavy handmade paper 
6'/8 x 4 5 /i6 in. (15.6 x 11.0 cm) 
inscription: signed, l.r. 
PROVENANCE: Carus Gallery, New York; 
purchased in 1975 
REFERENCE: Dube 237 
exhibition: Reed 62; Goley 13 
M. 82. 288. 84 

1029 

Pantomime von W. S. Guttmann, 1912 
(Pantomime by W. S. Guttmann) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
3 5 /i6 x 4% in. (8. 5 x 11.1 cm) 
Announcement of exhibitions by Heckel 
and Otto Mueller at Galerie Dr. Fritz 
Goldschmidt and Dr. Victor Waller- 
stein, Berlin 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
reference: Dube 232 IV 
exhibition: Reed 61; Goley 12; 
Thiem 26 
M. 82. 288. 80 





1026 



1027 




1028 



Heckel 



299 




1030 






1030 

Sich waschende, 1912 

(Washing herself) 

Woodcut on thin pink wove paper 

5V4 x 4V8 in. (13.3 x 10.5 cm) 

From Ausstellung von Kiinstlergruppe 

Briicke, exh. cat. (Berlin: Galerie Fritz 

Gurlitt, 1912); the center has two 

impressions 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 15- 17 June 1972, part of lot 113 

reference: Dube 228; Bolliger and 

Kornfeld 42/3 

exhibition: Reed 245/3; Thiem 25 

M. 82.288.375 c 

1031 

Sitzender Mann, 1912 

(Seated man) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

3 9 /i6 x 2 13 /i6 in. (9. 1 x 7. 1 cm) 

From Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Chronik 

KG Briicke (1913) 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 8 June 1977, part of lot 70 

REFERENCE: Dube 238 I; Bolliger and 

Kornfeld 62/4 

exhibition: Reed 86/5 

83.1. 109 e 

1032 

Steliende, 1912 

(Standing woman) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

2i 3 /i6 x 7 7 /i6 in. (54.0 x 18.9 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, I.r. 

provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 

Ketterer, Munich, 12 December 1978, 

lot 1054 

REFERENCE: Dube 234 II 

exhibition: Barton 5 

M. 82.288.78 

1033 

Am Strand, 1913 
(On the beach) 
Woodcut on laid paper 
7 x 4% in. (17.8 x 12. 1 cm) 
From Das neue Pathos 1, no. 3/4 

(1913): 55 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (50/100) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1983 

REFERENCE: Dube 253 II. B 

L. 84. 5. 339 g; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rif kind Foundation. Beverly Hills, 

California 



1033 



300 



Heckel 



1034 

Frau, 1913 

(Woman) 

Woodcut printed in red and black on 

thin laid paper 

7'/8 x 4'/s in. (18. 1 x 10.5 cm) 

From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe III 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1924); 

edition of 100; the center also has an 

impression from Julius Meier-Graefe, 

ed., Ganymed, vol. 5 (Munich: R. Piper 

&Co., 1925), following p. 124 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r. 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

13- 15 November 1979, part of lot 2779 

REFERENCE: Dube 259 II 

exhibition: Reed 317/36; Goley 16; 

Thiem 30 

M. 82. 288.379 h 

1035 

Fruhlingslandschaft, 1913 

(Spring landscape) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

io'A x 8% in. (25.9 x 21.3 cm) 

From deluxe edition of D«s Kunstblatt 

2, no. 1 (1918); the center also has an 

impression from the regular edition 

inscription: numbered (32/110) on 

justification page 

provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 

Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

REFERENCE: Dube 255 B 
EXHIBITION: Reed 283/39 
83.1.111 a 

1036 

Krankes Madchen, 1913 
(Sick girl) 

Woodcut on wove paper 
7V2 x 5V2 in. (19.0 x 14.0 cm) 
From Kurt Pfister, ed., Deutsche 
Graphiker der Gegenwart (Leipzig: 
Klinkhardt & Biermann, 1920); edition 
of 600; the center also has an impression 
from the bound copy of the book 
provenance: Saalbau-Galerie, 
Darmstadt; purchased in 1980 
REFERENCE: Dube 266 B 
exhibition: Goley 15; Thiem 33 
M. 82. 287. 26 

1037 

Lesende, 1913 

(Woman reading) 

Black ink on wove paper 

i8 15 /i6 x 14M6 in. (48. 1 x 36.0 cm) 

inscription: signed and dated, 1. r. 

provenance: Galerie Elfriede Wirnit- 

zer, Baden-Baden; purchased in 1983 

The sitter is Siddi, the artist's wife 

L.84.5.22; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 






1034 



1037 




1036 




1038 







■W' v 



:3Ne 




1041 






Heckel 

1038 

Madchenkopf, 1913 

(Head of a girl) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

io 3 /i6 x 6"/i6 in. (25.8 x 17.0 cm) 

From Genius 2, no. 1 (1920): following 

114 

provenance: M. J. Rover Bookshop, 

Los Angeles; purchased about 1970-72 

REFERENCE: Dube 264 III.B 
EXHIBITION: Reed 275/9 
83.1.814 a 

1039 

Zwei Manner am Tisch, igi3 

(Two men at a table) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

9 7 /i6 x io 5 /i6 in. (24.0 x 26.2 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 

provenance: Hausvvedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 15 June 1973, lot 648 

REFERENCE: Dube 250 I 

exhibition: Reed 63; Barton 6; Goley 

14, Thiem 28 

M. 82.288.81 

1040 

Frau, 1914 

(Woman) 

Pencil on SLG paper 

19% x 13VI6 in. (49.2 x 33.2 cm) 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r. 

provenance: Christie's, London, 1 

December 1981, lot 366 

The sitter is Siddi, the artist's wife; 

the center also has a reproduction of the 

drawing in Das Kunstblatt 2, no. 9 

(1918): 287 

L. 84. 5. 17; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1041 

Hauser in Garten, 1914 

(Houses in gardens) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

9 5 /i6 x 7V4 in. (23.6 x 18.5 cm) 

From Das neue Pathos 2, no. 1/3 (1914): 

61; from edition B of 250 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

acquired by exchange in 1984 

REFERENCE: Dube 222 II 

83. 1.824 g 

1042 

Irre beim Essen, 1914 

(Madmen eating) 

Drypoint on heavy wove paper 

7V2 x 5% in. (19.0 x 14.3 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

1, no. 2 (1917) 

inscription: numbered (32/110) on 

justification page 

provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 

Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

REFERENCE: Dube 129 B 
exhibition: Reed 283/10; Thiem 34 
83.1.1086 b 



301 



1042 



302 



Heckel 

1043 

Einjiinger, 1915 

(A disciple) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

i3 15 /ie x 11V4 in. (35.4 x 28.5 cm) 

inscription: signed, l.r.; dated and 

inscribed "Ostende," 1.1.; inscribed (in 

another hand) "Bildnis Hartmann, 1.1. 

provenance: Galleria Henze, 

Campione d Italia, Switzerland; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Dube 300 II 

EXHIBITION: Thiem 37 

M. 82. 287. 25 

1044 

Bei Gent, 1916 

(Near Ghent) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

io n /i6 x 8 5 /i6 in. (27.2 x 21. 1 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 15 (1916): 

3; the center also has an impression 

from the bound volume of the periodical 

(Reed 265/12) 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1981 

reference: Dube 238 11. B 

EXHIBITION: Goley 20; Thiem 39 

M. 82. 287. 24 

1045 

Belgische Landschaft, 1916 
(Belgian landscape) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
7 3 /i6 x 8 13 /i6 in. (18.2 x 22.4 cm) 
From Der Bildermann 1, no. 8 (1916): 1 
PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 
180 

REFERENCE: Dube 242 II. B 

exhibition: Reed 265/11 
83.1.1462.29 

1046 

Die Fahrt, 1916 

(The ride) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

10V16 x 8 5 /i6 in. (25.6 x 21. 1 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 3 (1916): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

REFERENCE: Dube 241 III.B 

EXHIBITION: Reed 265/9 

83.1.1462.12 

1047 

Handstand, 1916 

Lithograph on japan paper 

n'/s x 8 in. (28.3 x 20.4 cm) 

From portfolio Die Schaffenden 1, no. 1 

(Weimar: Gustav Kiepenheuer Verlag, 

1919-20); from edition of 25 (total 

edition of 125) 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r. 

PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 15 June 1973, lot 630 

REFERENCE: Dube 230 I; Jahn and 

Berger 2 

exhibition: Reed 64; Chipp 52; Goley 

21; Thiem 38 

M. 82. 288.75 





1043 





1045 




1046 



Heckel 



303 






1049 



1050 




1048 

In der Muschelstube 2, 1916 

(In the seafood cafe 2) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

11V16 x 8 in. (28. 1 x 20.4 em) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 4 (1916): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

REFERENCE: Dube 229 l.B 

EXHIBITION: Reed 265/10 

83.1.1462.14 

1049 

Der Narr, 1917 

(The fool) 

Woodcut on G. Fichtner paper 

i4'/i6 x io"/i6 in. (35.8 x 27. 1 cm) 

From portfolio Bauhaus-Mappe v 

(Weimar: Bauhaus, 1921); edition of 110 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r. 

PROVENANCE: Galerie Wolfgang 

Ketterer, Munich, 8 December 1970, 

lot 290 

REFERENCE: Dube 309 II. B; Peters v/5 

exhibition: Reed 65: Chipp 53: Rigby 

47; Goley 22; Thiem 40 

M. 82.288.82 

1050 

Manner am Strand, 1919 

(Men at the beach) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6Vs x 5'/4 in. (17.5 x 13.4 cm) 

From Paul Erich Kiippers, ed., Das 

Kestnerbuch (Hannover: Heinrich 

Bohme Verlag, 1919), following p. 16 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 13-18 May 1973, part of lot 

4076 

REFERENCE: Dube 319 II B 

exhibition: Reed 321/1; Thiem 44 

83.1.140 a 

1051 

Der Spaziergang, 1919 

(The stroll) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

i8 3 /i6 x I2 13 /i6 in. (46.3 x 32.6 cm) 

inscription: signed and dated (20), l.r. 

provenance: Karl & Faber, Munich, 

10-11 December 1970, lot 836 

reference: Dube 317 1 

exhibition: Reed 66; Rigby 48; Goley 

23; Thiem 42 

M. 82.288.83 



1051 



304 



Heckel 



1052 

Zivei am Meer, 1920 

(Two by the sea) 

Woodcut on heavy handmade paper 

7 x 5 5 /i6 in. (17.8 x 13.5 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Paul Westheim, 

Das Holzschnittbuch (Potsdam: Gustav 

Kiepenheuer Verlag, 1921), following 

p. 160 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r.; 

numbered (15/100) on justification page 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

REFERENCE: Dube 326 B 

exhibition: Reed 319/3; Thiem 46 

83.1.199 a 

1053 

Inhaltsverzeichnis der Erich Heckel 

Mappe des Verlag I. B. Neumann, 

Berlin, 1921 

(Table of contents of the Erich Heckel 

portfolio published by I. B. Neumann, 

Berlin) 

Woodcut on handmade paper 

I2 n /i6 x 8% in. (32.2 x 22.0 cm) 

From edition of 40 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r. 

provenance: Carus Gallery, New York; 

purchased in 1974 

REFERENCE: Dube 329 B 

exhibition: Reed 68; Goley 26; 

Thiem 47 

M. 82. 288. 85 

1054 

Drucke, 1905-1922 

(Prints, 1905-1922) 

Brochure with 4 woodcuts on soft laid 

paper 

For an exhibition at I. B. Neumann, 

Berlin, 1922; printer's proof apart from 

numbered edition of 30 without text and 

regular edition with text 

provenance: Carl Linck; Warrack & 

Perkins, Enstone, Oxfordshire; 

purchased in 1977 

REFERENCE: Dube 331-34 

83. 1.873-d 

1. Untitled (title page), 1922 
3V4 x 5'/a in. (8.2 x 14.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 331 
83.1.87 a 

2. Badende, 1922 
(Bathers) 

4% x 2% in. (11.7 x 7.0 cm) 

REFERENCE: Dube 334 

Plate 2 
83.1.87 b 

3. Begegnung, 1922 
(Encounter) 

4% x 2% in. (11.7 x 7.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 333 
Plate 3 
83.1.87 c 

4. Im Atelier, 1922 
(In the studio) 

3% x 5 9 /i6 in. (8.6 x 14. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 332 
Plate 4 
83. 1.87 d 





1053 



1052 





1054-1 



1054-2 





Heckel 



305 





K DER 
GENWRRT 

<BftMD1 



HECKEL 



JRJONVERLAC 
LIN ^vm 



1055 



1056-1 




1056-2 





1056-3 



1056-4 




1055 

Titelblatt zu I. B. Neutnanns Bilderheft 

"Erich Heckel" 1922 

(Title page to I. B. Neumann's picture 

book Erich Heckel) 

Woodcut on slick cover stock 

7% x 5V2 in. (18.7 x 13.9 cm) 

From pamphlet (Berlin: Verlag 

Graphisches Kabinett I. B. Neumann, 

1922-23), cover 

provenance: unknown 

REFERENCE: Dube 335 II 

83.1.630 a 

1056 

Graphik der Gegenwart: Band I: Erich 
Heckel 

(Contemporary graphics: Volume 1: 
Erich Heckel) 

Book with 5 woodcuts on laid paper 
Published by Euphorion Verlag, Berlin, 

1931 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1973 
REFERENCE: Dube 348-52 
EXHIBITION: Reed 70/1-5 
83.i.goa-e 

1. Untitled (cover), 1930 
Printed in blue and black 
jVs x 11 in. (20.0 x 28.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 348 
EXHIBITION: Reed 70/1 
83.1.90 a 

2. Zirkus, 1930 
(Circus) 

Printed in vermilion and blue 
9 7 /i6 x 12V4 in. (23.9 x 31.2 cm) 
reference: Dube 349 
EXHIBITION: Reed 70/2 
Front endpapers 
83.1.90 b 

3. Stadion, 1930 
(Stadium) 

7V2 x 4 7 /i6 in. (19.0 x 11.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 352 
EXHIBITION: Reed 70/5 
Frontispiece 
83.1.90 c 

4. Untitled (boy with initials), 1930 
1V4 x i"/i6 in. (3.8 x 4.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 351 
EXHIBITION: Reed 70/4 

First page of text 
83. 1.90 d 

5. Tanzende Matrosen, 1930 
(Dancing sailors) 

Printed in vermilion and blue 
9 3 /8 x 12V4 in. (23.8 x 31.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 350 
EXHIBITION: Reed 70/3 
Back endpapers 
83. 1.90 e 



306 



Heckel 

1057 

Katalog der Ausstellung "Erich Heckel" 
in der Kunsthutte, Chemnitz 

(Catalogue of the exhibition Erich 
Heckel at the Kunsthiitte, Chemnitz) 
Book with z woodcuts on wove paper 
Catalogue to 1931 exhibition 
PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1973 
REFERENCE: Dube 346-47 

83.1.89 a, b 

1. Untitled (folding cover), 1930 
Printed in black and brown 
6 5 /8 x 36V8 in. (16.8 x 91.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 346 
EXHIRITION: Reed 69/1; Thiem 48 
83.1.89 a 

2. Untitled (title page), 1930 
&A x n'/i6 in. (17. 1 x 28. 1 cm) 
reference: Dube 347 
EXHIRITION: Reed 69/2 
83.1.89 b 

1058 

Der Holzschnitzer: Bildnis E. L. 
Kirchner, 1948 

(The wood-carver: Portrait of E. L. 
Kirchner) 

Lithograph on laid paper 
n l3 /i6x n 13 /i6in. (30.0 x 30.0 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r.; 
titled and numbered (23/29), 1.1. 
provenance: Galerie Pels-Leusden, 
Berlin; purchased in 1983 
REFERENCE: Dube 331 
EXHIBITION: Erich Heckel zum 
hundertsten Geburtstag (Berlin: 
Galerie Pels-Leusden, 1983), no. 174 
L. 84. 5. 335; lent by the Robert Gore 
Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 
California 

1059 

Erich Heckel: Bilder, Drucke, 
iQii-1949 

(Erich Heckel: Pictures, prints, 

1911-1949) 

Book with 2 woodcuts on smooth wove 

paper 

Catalogue to exhibition at the 

Kunstverein in Freiburg and the 

Stadtische Kunsthalle in Mannheim 

(Freiburg: Kunstverein, 1950); edition 

of 1,000 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1981 

REFERENCE: Dube 396-97 

83.1.685 a, b 

1. Untitled (cover), 1950 

6"/is x 4 13 /i6 in. (17.0 x 12.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 396 B 

83.1.685 a 

2. Untitled (frontispiece), 1950 
6"/i6 x 4% in. (17.0 x 12. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 397 B 
83.1.685 b 





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1057-1 (detail) 



HUSSTELLUNG 



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HCHTE 



ERICHHECKEL 

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1057-2 




EKHBINIJI 
(DKISIDilSin 




1059-2 




1058 



Heckendorf 



307 





1060 



1061 





1063 



1062 





1064 



1065 



1060 

Aus ostpreussischen Kriegstagen, 1914 
(From East Prussian days of war) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
io ! /2 x 9 13 /i6 in. (26.7 x 24.9 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 24 (1915): 2 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/101 
83.1.1422 b 

1061 

Fliegerschuppen, 1914 

(Hangar) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

io 7 /i6 x io 5 /i6 in. (26.5 x 26.2 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 47 (1915): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/104 

83.1.1445 b 

1062 

Kampfan der Angerapp, 1914 
(Battle on the Angerapp) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
11% x 10^16 in. (29.5 x 25.8 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 31 (1915): 4 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/103 
83.1.1429 d 

1063 

Marine-Flieger-Station, 1914 
(Marine flyers' station) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i2 3 /i6 x io 9 /i6 in. (31.0 x 26.8 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 27 (1915): 2 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/102 
83.1.1425 b 

1064 

Fliegeriibung, c. 1915 

(Flying practice) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

9% x 11 in. (24.7 x 28.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 47 (1915): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/105 

83.1.1445 c 

1065 

Untitled (battle aftermath), c. 1915 
Lithograph on wove paper 
4% x 5% in. (12.0 x 13.6 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 8 (1915): 119 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 308 
83.1.1193 b 



Franz Heckendorf 

born 1888 Berlin 
died 1964 Munich 



308 



Heckendorf 



Wilhelm Heckrott 



born 1890 
Hannover 



died 1964 Bremen 



Jacoba van 
Heemskerck 

born 1876 The 
Hague, Netherlands 

died 1923 
Domburg, 
Netherlands 



1066 

Ernst Deutsch, 1918 

Lithograph on laid paper 

614 x 5 in. (15.9 x 12.7 cm) 

From Dasjunge Deutschland 1, no. 8/9 

(1918): before 273 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

83.1.1618 b 

1067 

Orientalische Landschaft, c. 1919 
(Oriental landscape) 
Lithograph on heavy wove paper 
5 5 /8 x 7V2 in. (14.3 x 19. 1 cm) 
From Joachim Kirchner, Junge Berliner 
Kunst, Wasmuths Kunsthefte, no. 6 
(Berlin: E. Wasmuth, [1919?]), pi. 4 
provenance: W. F. Arntz, Haag 
(Oberbayern); purchased in 1975 
83.1.120 d 

1068 

Landschaft, 1921 

(Landscape) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

7'/ie x g 7 /i6 in. (18.0 x 24.0 cm) 

From Georg Biermann, ed. , ] ahrbuch 

derjungen Kunst (Leipzig: Klinkhardt 

& Biermann, 1921), following p. 256 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed 320/1921.2 

83- 1-799 d 



1069 

Kinderbildnis, c. 1919 
(Portrait of a child) 
Drypoint on heavy handmade paper 
11 x g'/4 in. (28.0 x 23.5 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; titled, 1.1. 
provenance: Galleria del Levante, 
Munich; purchased in 1978 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 55 
M. 82.288.88 



1070 

Stilleben, c. 1914 

(Still life) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3% x 5 7 /s in. (9.6 x 14.9 cm) 

From Der Sturm 5, no. 19/20 (1915): 125 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1392.8 

1071 

Untitled (hills), c. 1914 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 7 /8 x 5 15 /i6 in. (14.9 x 15.0 cm) 

From Der Sturm 5, no. 15/16 (1914): 105 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1392.4 







1068 





1069 



Heemskerck 



309 




1072 






1072 

Untitled (boats and trees), c. 1914 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 13 /i6 x 5 7 /s in. (9.7 x 14.9 cm) 

From Der Sturm 5, no. 15/16 (1914): 105 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1392.5 

1073 

Baum, c. 1915 

(Tree) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 13 /i6 x 5 7 /8 in. (14.8 x 14.9 cm) 

From Der Sturm 5, no. 23/24 (1915): 149; 

the center also has an impression from 

Herwarth Walden, ed., Expressionismus: 

Die Kunstwende (cat. no. 1074) 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1392.13 

1074 

Baum, c. 1915 
(Tree) 

Woodcut on slick wove paper 
5 13 /ie x 5 7 /8 in. (14.8 x 14.9 cm) 
From Herwarth Walden, ed., 
Expressionismus: Die Kunstwende 
(Berlin: Verlag der Sturm, 1918), p. 65 
provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 14 June 1972, part of lot 37 
EXHIBITION: Guenther under 340 
Not illustrated 
83. 1.600 e 

1075 

Waldweg, c. 1915 
(Woodland path) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
5 7 /s x 5% in. (15.0 x 15.0 cm) 
From Der Sturm 6, no. 15/16(1915): 89; 
the center also has an impression from 
Herwarth Walden, ed., Expressio- 
nismus: Die Kunstwende (cat. no. 1076) 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83.1.1392.27 

1076 

Waldweg, c. 1915 
(Woodland path) 
Woodcut on slick wove paper 
5 7 /s x 5% in. (15.0 x 15.0 cm) 
From Herwarth Walden, ed., 
Expressionismus: Die Kunstwende 
(Berlin: Verlag der Sturm, 1918), p. 64 
provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 14 June 1972, part of lot 37 
exhibition: Guenther under 340 
Not illustrated 
83.1.600 d 

1077 

Untitled (sailboat), c. 1915 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 7 /i6 x 9 7 /s in. (16.3 x 25. 1 cm) 

From Der Sturm 5, no. 23/24 (1915): 153 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1392.14 



310 



Heemskerck 



1078 

Untitled (flags), c. 1915 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5% x g I3 /i6 in. (14.6 x 25.0 cm) 

From Der Sturm 5, no. 23/24 (1915): 155 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1392.15 

1079 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1915 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 7 /8 x 9 in. (14.9 x 22.8 cm) 

From Der Sturm 6, no. 9/10 (1915): 55 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1392.24 

1080 

Untitled (windmill), c. 1915 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 13 /i6 x 7 7 /8 in. (14.8 x 20.0 cm) 

From Der Sturm 6, no. 13/14 (1915): 73 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

§3- 1- 1392-25 

1081 

Untitled (houses and trees), c. 1915 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8 u /i6 x i2 9 /i6 in. (22. 1x31.9 cm) 

From Der Sturm 6, no. 19/20(1915): 113 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1392.30 

1082 

Untitled (shadows), c. 1915 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8% x i2 5 /8 in. (22.2 x 32.0 cm) 

From Der Sturm 6, no. 19/20(1915): 115 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in ig82 

83.1.1392.31 

1083 

Untitled (sails), c. 1916 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7T/8 x io 15 /i6 in. (20.0 x 27.8 cm) 

From Der Sturm 6, no. 21/22 (1916): 125 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83- 1- 139233 

1084 

Untitled (boats), c. 1916 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 13 /i6 x io I5 /i6 in. (19.8 x 27.8 cm) 

From Der Sturm 6, no. 21/22 (1916): 127 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1392.34 

1085 

Untitled (mountains), c. 1916 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 13 /i6 x lo^ie in. (19.9 x 27.7 cm) 

From Der Sturm 7, no. 1 (1916): 5 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

8 3- 1- 1393- 1 




1078 






1080 



1081 





1082 



1083 





1084 



1085 



Heemskerck 



311 





1086 





1088 



1089 





1091 



1090 





1093 



1092 



1086 

Untitled (sailboats), c. 1916 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 l A x g 13 /i6 in. (15.8 x 24.9 cm) 

From Der Sturm 7, no. 4 (1916): 37 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83- 1- 1393-7 

1087 

Untitled (still life), c. 1916 
Woodcut on wove paper 
7 15 /i6 x 11 in. (20.2 x 28.0 cm) 
From Der Sturm 7, no. 4 (1916): 41 
provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83.1.1393.8 

1088 

Untitled (bridge), c. 1916 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8 x 11 in. (20.3 x 28.0 cm) 

From Der Sturm 7, no. 4 (1916): 45 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83-1- 1393-9 

1089 

Untitled (buildings), c. 1916 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 3 /i x 11 in. (19.7 x 27.9 cm) 

From Der Sturm 7, no. 10 (1917): 115 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83-i!393-i7 

1090 

Untitled (fish), c. 1917 

Woodcut on wove paper 

12% x 8 5 /8 in. (32.0 x 21.9 cm) 

From Der Sturm 7, no. 12 (1917): 139 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83-1- 1393- 19 

1091 

Untitled (churchyard), c. 1917 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8 5 /a x i2 9 /i6 in. (21.9 x 31.9 cm) 

From Der Sturm 8, no. 1 (1917): 9 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83- 1-1393-23 

1092 

Untitled (landscape), c. 1917 

Woodcut on wove paper 

yVs x io 15 /i6 in. (20.0 x 27.8 cm) 

From Der Sturm 8, no. 3 (1917): 37 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83- 1- 1393- 26 

1093 

Untitled (landscape), c. 1917 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9% x i4 3 /i6 in. (23.8 x 36. 1 cm) 

From Der Sturm 8, no. 3 (1917): 39 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1393.27 



312 



Heemskerck 



1094 

Untitled (trees), c. 1918 

Woodcut printed in black and red on 

slick wove paper 

5 13 /ie x 7 13 /i6 in. (14.8 x 19.9 cm) 

From Herwarth Walden, ed., 

Expressionismus: Die Kunstwende 

(Berlin: Verlag der Sturm, 1918), p. 40 

PROVENANCE: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 14 June 1972, part of lot 37 

exhibition: Guenther under 340 

83.1.600 c 

1095 

Untitled (trees), c. 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 I3 /i6 x g 13 /i6 in. (14.7 x 25.0 cm) 

From Der Sturm 9, no. 2 (1918): 17 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

8311393-41 

1096 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1921 
Woodcut on wove paper 
8 9 /ie x 6V4 in. (21.7 x 15.9 cm) 
From Der Sturm 12, no. 10 (1921): 173; 
the image also appears on the cover 
provenance: Ex Libris, New York, 
purchased in 1982 
83- 1- 1395-4 

1097 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1921 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8 9 /i6 x 6'/4 in. (21.7 x 15.9 cm) 

From Der Sturm 12, no. 10 (1921): 181 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83- 1-1395-5 



Hans Adolf Heimann 1098 

Schlaraffenland, 1919 
born 1882 Berlin (Land of milk and honey) 

Drypoint on J. W. Zanders 1916 paper 
9% x 7V2 in. (24.7 x 19.0 cm) 
From Eos 2, no. 3 (1919): 45; from 
edition A (total edition of 250) 
inscription: numbered xvii/xl and 
signed by editor Paul Baumann on 
justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
exhibition: Reed under 270 
83.1.1607 e 

1099 

Umbra, 1919 

(Shadow) 

Drypoint on J. W. Zanders 1916 paper 

io'/s x -ffy. in. (25.7 x 19. 1 cm) 

From Eos 2, no. 3 (1919): 91; from 

edition A (total edition of 250) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered xvii/xl and 

signed by editor Paul Baumann on 

justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 270 

83.1.1607 o 





1096 





1095 



1097 





1098 



1099 





1102-1 



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1101 



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1102-2 



Heine 

1100 

Vorsintflut, 1919 

(Antediluvian era) 

Drypoint on J. W. Zanders 1916 paper 

9% x 7V2 in. (24.8 x 19. 1 cm) 

From Eos 2, no. 3 (1919): 87; from 

edition A (total edition of 250) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered xvii/xl and 

signed by editor Paul Baumann on 

justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under lot 270 

83.1.1607 n 



313 



1102-3 



1101 

Lady Macbeth, c. 1917 

Etching and aquatint on japan paper 

i4'/i x 7% in. (36.2 x 18.8 cm) 

From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 

from edition A (total edition of 200) 

inscription: signed, l.r. , numbered 

(xiv/l) on justification page; publisher's 

blind stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

exhibition: Reed 336/27 

M. 82.288.384.27 

1102 

Das grosse Bestiarium der modernen 
Literatur 

(The great bestiary of modern literature) 

Six lithographs with watercolor on wove 

paper 

Illustrations to text by Franz Blei 

(Berlin: Ernst Rowohlt Verlag, 1922); 

see also cat. nos. 943 and 970 

inscription: signed by artist, Franz 

Blei, Rudolf Grossmann, and Olaf 

Gulbransson and numbered (376/400) 

on justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed 330 

83.1.51 a, g, h, m, o, r 

1. Der Bahr, 1922 
(Caricature of Hermann Bahr) 
With blue and brown watercolor 
6'/2 x 3% in. (16.5 x 9.5 cm) 
Facing page 8 

83.1.51a 

2. Die George, 1922 
(Caricature of Stefan George) 
With pink, blue, green, and orange 
watercolor 

6V2 x 3% in. (16.5 x 9.5 cm) 
Facing page 64 

83-1-51 g 

3. Das Gehauptmann, 1922 
(Caricature of Gerhart Hauptmann) 
With green and red watercolor 
6V2 x 3% in. (16.5 x 9.5 cm) 
Facing page 80 

83.1.51 h 



Thomas Theodor 
Heine 

born 1867 Leipzig 

died 1948 
Stockholm, Sweden 



314 



Heine 





1102 (continued) 






4. Der Thomasmann und der 






Heinrichmann, 1922 






(Caricatures of Thomas Mann and 






Heinrich Mann) 






With green, orange, and blue 






watercolor 






6'/a x 3% in. (16.5 x 9.5 cm) 






Facing page 160 






83.1.51 m 






5. Der Rathenau, 1922 






(Caricature of Walther Rathenau) 






With blue, beige, and red 






watercolor 






6V2 x 3% in. (16.5 x 9.5 cm) 






Facing page 192 






83.1.510 






6. Wedekind, 1922 






(Caricature of Frank Wedekind) 






With blue, green, and pink 






watercolor 






6V2 x 3% in. (16.5 x 9.5 cm) 






Facing page 240 






83.1.51 r 




Karl Luis Heinrich- 


1103 




Salze (pseudonym of 


Untitled (male nude), c. 1917 




Katharina Heise) 


Woodcut on wove paper 
2V4 x 3 7 /i6 in. (5.8 x 8.8 cm) 




born 1891 


From Die Aktion 8, no. 1/2 (1918): 18 




Gross-Salze 


provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 




died 1964 Halle 


83.1.1528 e 

1104 

Akte im Walde, c. 1918 

(Nudes in the forest) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 3 /i6 x 3% in. (10.7x8.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 23/24 (1918): 304 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83- 1- 1534° 

1105 

Betveinung, c. 1918 






(Lamentation) ' 


A 




Woodcut on wove paper 


Mft 




5'/i6 x 6V4 in. (12.9 x 15.9 cm) 


t ffl 




From Die Aktion 8, no. 11/12 (1918): 


f M 




cover; not identified as an original | 


JSk ,!' 




1102-4 




woodcut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5.75 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1106 

Briicke, c. 1918 

(Bridge) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4Y4 x 3 J /2 in. (12.0 x 8.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 23/24 (1918): 289 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1534 b 





1102-5 




1103 




1104 




filial 



1106 



Heinrich-Salze 



315 




1107 





1111 



1108 





1109 





1110 



1113 



1107 

lm Cafe, c. igi8 

(In the cafe) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3% x 2% in. (8.5 x 6.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 23/24 (1918): 300 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83-1-1534 g 

1108 

Maria Verkundigung, c. 1918 

(The Annunciation) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

i 9 /i6 x 3 9 /i6 in. (3.9 x 9.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 23/24 (1918): 288 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1534 a 

1109 

Segelboote, c. 1918 

(Sailboats) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 7 /i6 x 9V16 in. (13.8 x 23.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 23/24 (1918): 

back cover 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83-1-1534 > 

1110 

Sommertag im Walde, c. 1918 
(Summer day in the woods) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
2 13 /i6 x 5'/i6 in. (7.2 x 12.9 cm) 
From Die Aktion 8, no. 23/24 (1918): 

297-98 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
83-1- 1534 f 

1111 

Strasse, c. 1918 

(Street) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3% x 2 3 /i6 in. (9.2 x 5.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 23/24 (1918): 292 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83- 1- 1534C 

1112 

Tanz, c. 1918 

(Dance) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 9 /ie x 2 5 /i6 in. (9. 1 x 5.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 23/24 (1918): 293 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83-1-1534 d 

1113 

Tans, c. 1918 

(Dance) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5V16 x 3% in. (12.8 x 9.2 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 23/24 (1918): 296 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83- 1- 1534 e 



316 



Heinrich-Salze 



1114 

Untitled (wounded figure), c. 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3V2 x 2 9 /i6 in. (8.9 x 6.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 5/6 (1918): 66 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1530 b 

1115 

Untitled (figure on mountain), c. 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5'/i6 x 3V2 in. (12.8 x 8.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 9/10 (1918): 

back cover 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1531 d 

1116 

Untitled (Crucifixion), c. 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 5 /i6 x 3 in. (16.0 x 7.6 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 11/12 (1918): 133 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5.75 c; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1117 

Untitled (self-portrait), c 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 3 /i6 x 2 3 /i6 in. (10.6 x 5.5 em) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 11/12 (1918): 

back cover 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5.75 i; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



Walthcr Helbig 1118 

Untitled (seated nude), c. 1912 
born 1878 Woodcut on thin wove paper, laid down 

Falkenstein 4 3 /s x 4 3 /i6 in. (11.1 x 10.7 cm) 

From Moderner Bund: Zweite 
died 1968 Ascona, Ausstellung, exh. cat. (Zurich: 

Switzerland Kunsthaus, 1912) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (101/200) 

facing title page 

PROVENANCE: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 10 June 1977, part of lot 596 

83.1.623 a 

1119 

Untitled (two nudes and horse), c. 1912 

Woodcut on laid paper 

7 15 /i6 x io 15 /i6 in. (20. 1 x 27.8 cm) 

From Moderner Bund: Zweite 

Ausstellung, exh. cat. (Zurich: 

Kunsthaus, 1912) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (101/200) 

facing title page 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 10 June 1977, part of lot 596 

83.1.623 c 





1114 





1117 




1119 




1118 




1120 











1122 





1123 



HE10UX 



1124 



Heroux 

1120 

Landschaft, c. 1913 

(Landscape) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

jVsx 9 in. (18.1 x 22.8 cm) 

From Der Sturm 4, no. 154/155 

(1913)- 1 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1391.54 

1121 

Vogelpredigt, c. 1920 

(Saint Francis preaching to the birds) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 13 /j6 x 5 15 /i6 in. (19.9 x 15.0 cm) 

From Das Kunstblatt 4, no. 9 (1920): 

facing 257 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

exhirition: Reed 283/40 

83- i-i 155 a 



317 



1122 

Untitled (nude woman), c. 1921 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7% x 4 13 /i6 in. (19.7 x 12.3 cm) 

From Das Kunstfenster 1, no. 16 

(1921): 7 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1077 a 



Fritz Henning 



1123 

Italienischer Hof, c. 1912 
(Italian courtyard) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i3 3 /i6 x 13% in. (33.5 x 35.0 cm) 
From portfolio Sema (Munich: 
Delphin-Verlag, 1912) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 
(101/215) on justification page 
provenance: Karl & Faber, Munich, 
26-28 May 1977, part of lot 1475 
M. 82.288.383 e 



Frank S. Hermann 



1124 

Scludschwester, c. 1906 

(Teaching nun) 

Etching on japan paper 

3 9 /ie x 2'/e in. (9. 1 x 5.4 cm) 

From Zeitschrift fur bildende Kunst, 

n.s., 17, no. 6 (1906): following 160 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 

83.1.964 g 

1125 

Von einer russischen Reise, 1911 

(From a Russian trip) 

Lithograph printed in brown on wove 

paper 

6'/8 x g n /i6 in. (15.6 x 24.6 cm) 

From Zeitschrift fur bildende Kunst, 

n.s., 23, no. 6 (1912): following 156 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 

83.1.966 h 



Bruno Heroux 

born 1868 Leipzig 
died 1944 Leipzig 



318 



Heroux 



1126 


Von einer russischen Reise, 1911 


(From a Russian trip) 


Lithograph printed in brown on wove 


paper 


5 n /i6 x 9% in. (14.5 x 23.8 cm) 


From Zeitschrift fur bildcnde Kunst, 


n.s., 23, no. 6 (1912): following 156 


PROVENANCE: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 


Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 


83.1.966; 



Oswald Herzog 

born 1881 Haynau 



Emmy Hess 

born 1878 Chicago, 
Illinois 



Otto Hettner 

born 1875 Dresden 
died 1931 Dresden 



1127 

Liebe, c. 1917 

(Love) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8 5 /i6 x 7 3 /i6 in. (21. 1 x 18.3 cm) 

From Der Sturm 8, no. 1 (1917): 11 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83- 1- 139324 

1128 

Revolution, c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 15 /ie x 8 15 /i6 in. (15. 1 x 22.7 cm) 

From Der Sturm 9, no. 12 (1919): 149 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83-1-1393 59 



1129 

Bilder zu dem Marehen von Siegfried 

Schott, c. 1921 

(Illustrations to story by Siegfried 

Schott) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9 13 /i6 x 8 13 /i6 in. (25.0 x 22.4 cm) 

From Kundung 1, no. 11/12 (1921) 

provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 

Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 

part of lot 1154 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 282 

83.1.1061 e 



1130 

Dem Andenken Ludivig Franks, 1914 
(In memory of Ludwig Frank) 
15V16 x g 15 /i6 in. (38.2 x 25.2 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 4 (1914): 3 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/109 
83.1.1403 c 

1131 

Dank an den Generaloberst von 

Hindenburg, 1914 

(Thanks to Senior General von 

Hindenburg) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

11 x g 5 /8 in. (28.0 x 24.4 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 3 (1914): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/108 

83.1.1402 a 








1126 



1127 







1131 







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~ Bller ■!(*»( »rr BKro hoc janaiim, 
ettrirton SHJmifT - S«s i&t! 


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HJami Bit: Ditto* BBi, «r Mrf! 


Bltnrtitt SRiniKt — 


8Wn »«• SSinort one 3aB ( li B5 ( flllt; 

Hlatn i*r! enratatt SSiiun — 


Eftit ttr (KaBDtr: 


SSoc Mt Mil: {»„ o,f gaBjiioji. 
Oa« Ira^Bt, ««t tarf! ®n«ti nit! 


Smiihaii fSMnnrr — 


VKl: ettrt Bti «(Kb bdD ■■■. .1 .-..■■ , 
SotilMH 9SJBBft - BWrWi lt(' 


etsr b» 3 "■>*'«"*< 


€6or err <nias<r: ejst 6<r 3009!. B $r; 
4 £uit Bit; 3}«t HBftn jU ifr' 




VfT-sss.- wafer -HI* 




/^e^mi»rvU>i arv tfove><XT\ d&V- 




Dau fci^vneig er tender *fctgen, 
Oil mitJchm£*-^ur\t £l, ;..i»vJ>C 

77Z«/itj 9cyenj ^IJcif Dt/^inei; 






'('dcndJotfc*. 



Surety firnle£i\ Qjttj/t/ 

i£ c v> &w£, uo run do» Mi y'or, 
Curt ridttm,etm nJcrxy 



1133 





j^i-^....' DE'-irKLeipmQjiG.g'n 



1137 



Hettner 



1132 

Die erste Fahne, 1914 

(The first flag) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

8% x 9 5 /i6 in. (22.5 x 23.7 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 1 (1914): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/106 

83. 1. 1400 c 

1133 

Germania an ihre Kinder, 1914 
(Germany to her children) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
9% x g 13 /i6 in. (24.7 x 25.0 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 2 (1914): 4 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 
EXHIBITION: Reed 281/107 

83.1.1401 d 

1134 

Heldenlied der Spartaner, c. 1914 
(Heroic song of the Spartans) 
Lithograph on japan paper 
8 u /i6 x 6% in. (22.0 x 16.2 cm) 
Illustration to poem by Gotthold 
Ephraim Lessing in Kunst und Kiinstler 
13, no. 1 (1914): before 1 
PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 
purchased in 1982 
83.1.1244 a 

1135 

Das Hollenpferd, 1914 

(The horse of hell) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

nVi x io 13 /i6 in. (29.2 x 27.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 18/19 (1914): 7 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/115 

83- 1-1417S 

1136 

Im Lazarett, 1914 

(In the military hospital) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

n'/s x io'/4 in. (28.3 x 26.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 21 (1915): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: not listed in Reed under 

281 

83.1.1419 a 

1137 

Den Kleinmiitigen! 1914 

(To the fainthearted ones!) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i4 5 /i6 x 9 7 /8 in, (36.3 x 25. 1 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 15 (1914): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/113 

83.1.1414 c 



319 



320 



Hettner 



1138 

Das Kriegsjahr, 1914 

(The war year) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

n 3 /8 x 10V2 in. (29.5 x 26.7 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 20 (1914): 4 

PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/116 

83.1. 1418 d 

1139 

Der Landsturm, 1914 

(Local reserve troops) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i4 9 /i6 x 10V16 in. (37.0 x 25.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 17 (1914): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/1 14 

83.1.1416 b 

1140 

Nikolais Ausritt zum Sieg, 1914 
(Nikolai's ride to victory) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
13 x 10% in. (330 x 26.4 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 10 (1914): 1 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/111 
83.1.1409 a 

1141 

Tsingtau, 1914 

Lithograph on wove paper 

li'Vie x io 13 /i6 in. (29.7 x 27.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 13 (1914): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/112 

83.1.1412 a 

1142 

Zerschossene Batterie, 1914 

(Destroyed battery) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

15% x io 15 /i6 in. (39. 1 x 27.8 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 9 (1914): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/110 

83. 1. 1408 c 

1143 

Untitled (marginalia), 1914 

Lithograph on wove paper 

15V4 x 11 in. (39.4 x 27.9 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 18/19 ( 1 9 1 4) : z 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 July 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: not listed in Reed under 

281 

83.1.1417 b 





1138 




Mifeub».J'a«jr.T>£"« •/?• 



cflTUhe THW- 




1141 




- Omtrxtt™*- ^tv/tbe/irH* S^?^, 




1142 



Hettner 



321 





1145 





Gsntznr-teL Cv^&cZs- 



1147 



1146 





C>ltv fttTT^t^ 



1148 



1144 

Dem Andenken der Cefallenen, c. 1915 

(In memory of the fallen) 

Lithograph on japan paper 

8% x 6 5 /s in. (22.2 x 16.8 cm) 

From Kunst und Kiinstler 13, no. 4 

(1915): 146 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1. 1244 i 

1145 

Der Besiegte, c. 1915 

(The conquered) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i3 9 /ie x 8'/i6 in. (34.5 x 20.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 59 (1915): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/122 

83.1.1456 a 

1146 

Einst geschieht's, c. 1915 

(It will happen one day) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i2 3 /i6 x 9 15 /i6 in. (31.0 x 25.3 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 22 (1915): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/89 ( as Emanuel 

Geibel) 

83.1.1420 d 

1147 

Gedenkblatt, c. 1915 

(Memorial page) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i4 J /i6 x io 9 /i6 in. (35.7 x 26.8 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 31 (1915): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/119 

83. 1. 1429 c 

1148 

Der Kaiser in Lyck, c. 1915 

(The kaiser in Lyck) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i3 3 /8 x 10V16 in. (34.0 x 25.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 28 (1915): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/118 

83.1.1426 d 

1149 

Kriegsrat im Zelte des Zaren, c. 1915 

(War council in the tent of the czar) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

13V2 x 9% in. (34.3 x 24.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 47 (1915): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/121 

83- 1- 1445 a 



322 



Hettner 



1150 

Die Letzten der "Emden" c. 1915 
(Survivors of the Emden) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i2'/i6 x io 13 /i6 in. (30.7 x 27.5 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 26 (1915): 1 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/117 
83.1.1424 a 

1151 

Untitled (horse and rider), c. 1915 
Lithograph on wove paper 
5 n /i6X n 5 /s in. (14.5 x 29.5 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 45 (1915): 2 
PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/120 
83.1.1443 b 

1152 

Untitled (figures around a table), 

c 1915 

Lithograph on wove paper 

4 13 /i6 x g 13 /i6 in. (12.2 x 25.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 60 (1916): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/123 

83.1. 1457 d 

1153 

Die Komodie, c. 1917 

(The comedy) 

Lithograph on japan paper 

8Vi x i2 3 /ie in. (21.0 x 31.0 cm) 

From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 

from edition A (total edition of 200) 

inscription: signed, 1.1.; numbered 

(xiv/l) on justification page; publisher's 

blind stamp, l.r. 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

EXHIBITION: Reed 336/18 

M. 82.288. 384. 18 



Charles Heyman 1154 

Rue Lafitte, Paris, c. 1911 
born 1881 Paris, Etching on thin japan paper 

France 9 x 5 3 />6 in. (22.8 x 13. 1 cm) 

From Zeitschriftfiir bildende Kunst, 
died 1915 n.s., 22, no. 11 (1911): before 249 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 

83-1-965J 




1150 






1152 




1153 



Hirsch 



323 







1158 



1157 





1160 



1159 



1155 


Karl Jakob Hirsch 


Revolution 3, 1915 




Etching, aquatint, and drypoint on 


born 1892 


heavy brownish laid paper 


Hannover 


7% x 5 7 /s in. (19.6 x 14.9 cm) 




inscription: signed and dated, l.r.; 


died 1952 Munich 


titled, 1.1. 




provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 




Esslingen; purchased in 1975 




EXHIBITION: Reed 416/3 




M. 82.288.91 





1156 

Ruhe aufder Flucht, c. 1915 

(Rest on the flight to Egypt) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5V16 x 3'/i6 in. (12.9 x 7.8 cm) 

From Die Aktion 5, no. 52 (1915): 670; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 30 November 1979, part of 

lot 1173 

83.1. 1504 d 

1157 

Verkundigung bei den Hirten, c. 1915 
(Annunciation to the shepherds) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
5V16 x 3'/i6 in. (129 x 7.8 cm) 
From Die Aktion 5, no. 52 (1915): 677; 
not identified as an original woodcut 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 30 November 1979, part of 
lot 1173 
83.1.1504 c 

1158 

Verzweiflung, 1915 

(Despair) 

Etching and drypoint on heavy 

brownish laid paper 

7% x 5 7 /s in. (19.7 x 14.9 cm) 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r.; 

titled, 1.1. 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed 416/1 

M. 82. 288.89 

1159 

Zu Mahlers Liedern "Reveille" 1915 
(To Mahler's songs "Reveille") 
Aquatint, etching, and drypoint on 
heavy brownish laid paper 
7 7 /s x 5 7 /8 in. (20.0 x 14.9 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r.; 
titled, 1.1. 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
EXHIBITION: Reed 416/2 
M. 82.288.90 

1160 

Untitled (group of nudes), c. 1915 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9 13 /i6 x 5'/i6 in. (25.0 x 12.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 6, no. 9/10 (1916): 

109-10 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 10 November 1979, part of 

lot 1173 

83.1.1509 a 



324 



Hirsch 



1161 

Selbstportrdt, c. 1916 

(Self-portrait) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 I3 /i6 x 3 9 /i6 in. (12.3 x 9.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 6, no. 24/25 (1916): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 10 November 1979, part of 

lot 1173 

83.1.1517 a 

1162 

Selbstportrdt, c. 1916 

(Self-portrait) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4V1 x 3% in. (11.5 x 9.2 cm) 

From Die Aktion 6, no. 24/25 (1916): 334 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 10 November 1979, part of 

lot 1173 

83.1. 1517 f 

1163 

Untitled (kneeling couple), c. 1916 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9 7 /i6 x 5V16 in. (23.9 x 12.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 6, no. 24/25 (1916): 

317-18 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 10 November 1979, part of 

lot 1173 

83.1.1517 b 

1164 

Untitled (couple embracing), c. 1916 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9 7 /s x 5 3 /i6 in. (25. 1 x 13. 1 cm) 

From Die Aktion 6, no. 24/25 (1916): 

321-22 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 10 November 1979, part of 

lot 1173 

83.1.1517 c 

1165 

Untitled (two nudes), c. 1916 

Woodcut on wove paper 

10 x 5% in. (25.4 x 13.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 6, no. 24/25 (1916): 

325-26 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 10 November 1979, part of 

lot 1173 

83.1. 1517 d 

1166 

Untitled (two figures), c. 1916 
Woodcut on wove paper 
8'/2 x 6'/j in. (21.6 x 15.8 cm) 
From Die Aktion 6, no. 24/25 (1916): 

329-3° 

PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 10 November 1979, part of 

lot 1173 

83. 1. 1517 e 









Hirsch 



325 





1167 



1168 






1170 



1167 

Kreuzigung, igi8 

(Crucifixion) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 7 /a x 4'/i6 in. (14.9 x 10.4 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 11/12(1918): 

135-36 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5.75 d; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1168 

Widmungsblatt fiir "Die Aktion," 

c. 1918 

(Dedication page for Die Aktion) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4% x 4 15 /i6 in. (12.0 x 12.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 31/32 (1918): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1538 a 

1169 

Nr. 1, c. 1919 

(No. 1) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6'/8 X4% in. (15.6 x 11.7 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turin, no. 4 (1919): 

pi. 1 

inscription: numbered (192/200) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1318 a 

1170 

Nr. 2, c. 1919 

(No. 2) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 n /i6 x 5 5 /s in. (14.5 x 14.3 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 4 (1919): 

pi. 2 

inscription: numbered (192/200) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1318 b 

1171 

Nr. 3, c. 1919 

(No. 3) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 3 /i6 x 4V16 in. (10.6 x 10.4 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 4 (1919): 

pl- 3 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (192/200) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1318 c 



326 



Hirsch 

1172 

Nr. 4, c. 1919 

(No. 4) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 3 /i6 x 4V16 in. (15.7 x 10.4 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 4 (1919): 

pi. 4 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (192/200) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

EXHIBITION: Rigby III, 14 

83.1. 1318 d 

1173 

Nr. 5, c. 1919 

(No. 5) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6'/s x 4V2 in. (15.6 x 11.5 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 4 (1919): 

pl-5 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (192/200) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1318 e 

1174 

Nr. 6, c. 1919 

(No. 6) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 3 /i6 x 4 5 /8 in. (15.7 x 11.7 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 4 (1919): 

pi. 6 

inscription: numbered (192/200) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

8 3 .i.i 3 i8f 

1175 

Nr. 7, c. 1919 

(No. 7) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 15 /i6 x 4 5 /i6 in. (15.0 x 11.0 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 4 (1919): 

pi. 7 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (192/200) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1. 1318 g 

1176 

Nr. 8, c. 1919 

(No. 8) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6'/s x 4V16 in. (15.6 x 10.4 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 4 (1919): 

pi. 8 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (192/200) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1318 h 




1173 





1172 




1174 




1175 



Hirzel 



327 




1177 







■ 

I 





1177 

Untitled (head), c. 1919 
Woodcut on wove paper 
&Y\e x 2% in. (15.7 x 6.6 cm) 
From Die Aktion 9, no. 20 (1919): cover; 
not identified as an original woodcut 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
83.1.1552 a 

1178 

Wahyisinniger, 1922 

(Madman) 

Etching, drypoint, and aquatint on 

heavy brownish laid paper 

7 7 /s x 6V2 in. (20.0 x 16.5 cm) 

inscription: signed, l.r.; titled, 1.1. 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

exhirition: Reed 416/5; Rigby 49 

M. 82.288.92 




1179 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1923 

Lithograph printed in black and red on 

wove paper 

9V16 x 9V16 in. (23.0 x 23.0 cm) 

From Staatliches Bauhaus in Weimar, 

2919-1923 (Weimar and Munich: 

Bauhausverlag, 1923), p. 61; from 

German edition of 2,000 (total edition of 

2,600) 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 13- 18 May 1974, part of lot 

3956 

83.1.41 a 

1180 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1923 

Lithograph printed in gray, blue, and 

black on wove paper 

9% x g n /i6 in. (24.5 x 24.7 cm) 

From Staatliches Bauhaus in Weimar, 

1919-1923 (Weimar and Munich: 

Bauhausverlag, 1923), p. 63; from 

German edition of 2,000 (total edition of 

2,600) 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 13-18 May 1974. part of lot 

3956 

83.1.41 b 



1181 

Villa Falconieri, c. 1912 
Etching on heavy wove paper 
11V2 x 7 n /i6 in. (29.2 x 19.5 cm) 
From Zeitschrift fur bildende Kunst, 
n.s., 23, no. 10 (1912): before 229 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 
83.1.966 n 



Ludwig Hirschfeld- 
Mack 

born 1893 

Frankfurt am Main 

died 1965 Sydney, 
Australia 



Hermann Hirzel 

born 1874 Buenos 
Aires, Argentina 

died 1939 Berlin 



328 



Hiss 



Dora Hiss 



Reinhold Hoberg 

born 1859 Berlin 



G. B. R. van Hoboken 

born 1893 

died 1971 Sweden 



1182 

Quo vadis, Italia? e. 1915 
(Where are you going, Italy?) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i6 9 /i6 x 11% in. (42.0 x 29.5 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 40 (1915): 3 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/124 
83.1.1438 c 



1183 

In der Kiiche, c. 1914 

(In the kitchen) 

Etching on wove paper 

7V16 x 4% in. (17.9 x 11.7 cm) 

From Zeitschrift fiir bildende Kunst, 

n.s., 25, no. 12(1914): following 332 

PROVENANCE: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 

83- i-967.i 

1184 

Untitled (landscape with ravine), 

c. 1914 

Wood engraving on wove paper 

2% x 4V2 in. (7.0 x 11.5 cm) 

From Zeitschrift fiir bildende Kunst, 

n.s., 25, no. 12 (1914): following 324 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 

83.1.967 h 

1185 

Untitled (landscape), c. 1914 

Wood engraving on wove paper 

3'/4 x 4 15 /i6 in. (8.3 x 12.6 cm) 

From Zeitschrift fiir bildende Kunst, 

n.s., 25, no. 12(1914): following 324 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 

83.1.9671 



1186 

Die Bedienerin, 1919 
(The charwoman) 
Woodcut on japan paper 
2V2 x 2% in. (6.3 x 7.0 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: estate stamp, verso 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
exhibition: Reed 418/3; Barton 76 
M. 82. 288. 95 

1187 

Liebespaar, 1919 

(Lovers) 

Woodcut on japan paper 

3 9 /i6 x 2 9 /i6 in. (9. 1 x 6. 5 cm) 

inscription: estate stamp, verso 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed 418/2; Barton 75 

M. 82.288.94 











1182 



1183 




1184 






1186 




1188 




1190 




1192 




1189 




1191 




1193 



Hoerle 



1188 

Liebespaar, 1919 

(Lovers) 

Woodcut on japan paper 

5'/s x 3 15 /i6 in. (13.0 x 10.0 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: estate stamp, verso 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed 418/4; Barton 77 

M. 82.288.96 

1189 

Liegender weiblicher Akt, c. 1919 
(Reclining female nude) 
Drypoint on japan paper 
4V8 x 2 9 /i6 in. (10.5 x 7.5 cm) 
inscription: estate stamp, verso 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1980 
M. 82. 287. 28 

1190 

Tanzerin, 1919 

(Dancer) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

3 15 /i6 x 3V8 in. (10.0 x 8.0 cm) 

inscription: signed, 1.1.; dated, l.r. 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed 418/1; Barton 74 

M. 82.288.93 

1191 

Weiblicher Akt , 1919 

(Female nude) 

Woodcut printed in brown on japan 

paper 

5% x 4% in. (13.7 x 11.7 cm) 

inscription: signed and dated, 1.1.; 

inscribed "Handdruck," l.r. 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1980 

M. 82. 287. 27 



329 



1192 

Der Prophet Matthaus, c. 1917 

(The prophet Matthew) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8 15 /i6 x 6V2 in. (22.7 x 16.5 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

1, no. 4(1917) 

inscription: numbered (32/110) on 

justification page 

provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 

Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed 283/11 

83.1.1088 b 



1193 

Das Reh, c. 1917 

(The deer) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 5 /i6 x 2% in. (11.0 x 6. 1 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 1/2 (1918): 14 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1528 d 



Hanna Hoch 

born 1889 Gotha 
died 1978 Berlin 



Heinrich Hoerle 

born 1895 Cologne 
died 1936 Cologne 



330 



Karl Hofer 



born 1878 
Karlsruhe 



died 1955 Berlin 



Hoerle 



1194 

Die nur ausserlich feindlichen 

Schwestern gehen aufdem nationalen 

Strich, e. 1923 

(The sisters who walk the nation's 

streets are only outwardly hostile) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 x 6"/ie in. (17.8 x 17.0 em) 

From Die Aktion 13, no. 17 (1923): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84. 5. 131 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1195 

Der Sklavenhalter Kapitalismus, 

c. 1924 

(Slave-owning capitalism) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7% x 6% in. (19.3 x 17.2 cm) 

From Die Aktion 14, no. 6 (1924): cover; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

For a similar composition, see George 

Grosz, Der Regisseur (cat. no. 961) 

L.84. 5. J 37 a - ' ent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1196 

"Genickfalten" c. 1925 

( "Pleats on the neck") 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 3 /ie x 4 in. (13.2 x 10.2 cm) 

From Die Aktion 15, no. 4 (1925): cover; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84. 5. M8 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1197 

Arbeitslose, c. 1926 

(The unemployed) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 5 /i6 x 5% in. (16.0 x 14.6 cm) 

From Die Aktion 16, no. 8 (1926): cover; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84. 5. 1 6i a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



1198 

Nachtliche Uberfahrt, 1899 

(Night crossing) 

Drypoint on laid paper 

5V4 x 7 in. (13.4 x 17.8 cm) 

From Zeitschrift fur bildende Kunst, 

n.s., 17, no. 4 (1906): before 73 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 

REFERENCE: Rathenau 3 II 

83.1.964 c 




ft 



1194 





1196 



1195 




1197 



Hofer 



331 




1198 





1199 



1200 





1199 

Masken, 1917-18 

(Masks) 

Lithograph on japan paper 

iyVa x I2 n /i6 in. (43.5 x 32.2 cm) 

From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 

from edition A (total edition of 200) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xiv/l) on 

justification page; publisher's blind 

stamp, l.r. 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

REFERENCE: Rathenau L 6 

EXHIBITION: Reed 336/1 

M. 82. 288.384.1 

1200 

Das Nest, 1921 

(The nest) 

Lithograph on laid paper 
io I3 /i6 x 9 3 /i6 in. (27.5 x 23.3 cm) 
From Genius 3, no. 1 (1921): 156 
provenance: M. J. Rover Bookshop, 
Los Angeles; purchased about 1970-72 
REFERENCE: Rathenau 34 
exhibition: Reed 275/14 
83.1.816 c 

1201 

Tanzerin, 1921 
(Dancer) 

Lithograph on laid paper 
8Vt x sVs in. (21.0 x 13.7 cm) 
From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe 1 
(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1921); 
edition of 200. The center also has an 
impression from Julius Meier-Graefe, 
ed., Ganymed, vol. 3 (Munich: R. Piper 
& Co., 1921), following p. 72 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1972 
reference: Rathenau 169 
EXHIBITION: Reed 317/11 
M. 82.288.377 e 

1202 

Heulende Wolfe, 1922 
(Howling wolves) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
6% x 6'/j in. (16.9 x 15.9 cm) 
From portfolio of illustrations to Adolf 
von Hatzfeld, Liebesgedichte 
(Frankfurt: Galerie Alfred Flechtheim, 
1922), pi. 3; edition of 125 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1977 
REFERENCE: Rathenau 146 
M. 82. 288.98 



^"^ 



1201 



332 



Hofer 



Eugen Hoffmann 

born 1892 Dresden 
died 1955 Dresden 



1203 

Novize, 1922 

(Novice) 

Lithograph on Holland paper 

8 7 /i6 x 5 9 /i6 in. (21.5 x 14.2 cm) 

From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe 11 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellsehaft, 1922) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(cxl/ccc) on cover 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

REFERENCE: Rathenau 30 

EXHIBITION: Reed 317/30 

M. 82.288.3781 

1204 

Schlafende, 1922 
(Sleeping woman) 
Lithograph on laid paper 
io 7 /i6 x 9 13 /i6 in. (26.5 x 25.0 cm) 
From second annual portfolio of Kreis 
graphischer Kiinstler und Sammler 
(Leipzig: Verlag Arndt Beyer, 1922); 
from edition of 125 signed examples 
(total edition of 250) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1977 
reference: Rathenau 41 
M. 82.288.97 

1205 

Zwei schlafende Madchen, e. 1922-25 
(Two sleeping girls) 
Pencil on wove paper 
15V2 x 2i 7 /s in. (39.4 x 55.5 cm) 
inscription: initialed, l.r. 
PROVENANCE: Hans Konig, Cologne; 
Sotheby's, London, 4 April 1974, lot 334 
EXHIBITION: Reed 195 
M. 82. 288.335 



1206 

Kopf, 1919 

(Head) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

i7 15 /is x I5 15 /i6 in. (45.5 x 40.5 cm) 

From portfolio Kopfe, pi. 3 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; inscribed "1/5 

Original Handdruck," 1.1., "3. Blatt," u.l. 

provenance: Galleria del Levante, 

Munich; purchased in 1978 

exhibition: Barton 84 a; Chipp 57; 

Rigby 50 

M. 82.288.99 

1207 

Kopf, 1919 

(Head) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

i7 5 /s x 15% in. (44.7 x 40.0 cm) 

From portfolio Kopfe, pi. 4 

inscription: signed, l.r.; inscribed "1/5 

Original Handdruck," 1.1., "4. Blatt," u.l. 

provenance: Galleria del Levante, 

Munich; purchased in 1978 

exhibition: Barton 84 b; Rigby 51 

M. 82.288. 100 






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1206 



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333 





1208 



1209 



1208 

Der Krieg, c. 1919 

(The war) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9 7 /i6 x 7V16 in. (24.0 x 17.9 cm) 

From Die Ahtion 9, no. 18 (1919): 

281-82 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5.83 d; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1209 

Untitled (portrait), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6V2 x 4% in. (16.5 x 11.7 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 37/38 (1919): 

cover 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83-i-i558a 





1210 



1212 





1213 



1211 



1210 

Detail ' einer Facade— 1914, 1914 
(Detail of a facade— 1914) 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
9 x 7 7 /ie in. (22.8 x 18.9 cm) 
From Der Sturm 5, no. 4 (1914): 25 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83.1.1391.85 

1211 

Eckhaus—1914, 1914 
(Corner house— 1914) 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
I3 15 /i6 x io 3 /i6 in. (35.4 x 25.9 cm) 
From Der Sturm 5, no. 6 (1914): 45 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83.1.1391.87 

1212 

Gartenpavillon: Das Obergesims, 

c. 1914 

(Garden pavilion: The upper cornice) 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

I2 15 /i6 x I5 15 /i6 in. (32.8 x 40.4 cm) 

From Der Sturm 5, no. 17/18 (1914): 

118-19 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1392.7 

1213 

Monumentalgebaude—1914, 1914 
(Monumental building— 1914) 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
i3'/4 x ig 7 /i6 in. (33.6 x 49.3 cm) 
From Der Sturm 5, no. 13/14 (1914): 

94-95 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1392.3 



Vlastislav Hofman 

born 1884 Jicin, 
Bohemia 

died 1964 Prague. 
Czechoslovakia 



334 



Hofman 

1214 

Projekt eines Friedhofs bet Prag, 1912, 

e. 1914 

(Project for a churchyard near Prague, 

1912) 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

io 3 /ie x I3 n /i6 in. (25.8 x 34.7 cm) 

From Der Sturm 5, no. 3 (1914): 21 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1391.84 

1215 

Colombine, c. 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5>/2 x 5 3 /ie in. (13.9 x 13. 1 cm) 

From Die schone Raritat 2, no. 8 (1918): 

125 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

exhirition: Reed under 301 

83. 1.1652 f 

1216 

Maria, c. 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5% x 4 3 /i6 in. (14.3 x 10.6 cm) 

From Die schone Raritat 2, no. 8 (1918): 

117 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 301 
83.1.1652 b 

1217 

Placici zena, c. 1918 

(Crying woman) 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

7 9 /i6 x 5 9 /i6 in. (19.2 x 14.2 cm) 

From Czech periodical Cerven 1, no. 1 

(1918): 9 

provenance: gift of Dr. Paul Raabe, 

1985 

L. 85. 2. 50 b; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1218 

Portret Stanislava K. Neutnanna, 

e. 1918 

(Portrait of Stanislava K. Neumanna) 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

6 7 /8 x 5 13 /i6 in. (17.4 x 14.8 cm) 

From Czech periodical Cerven 1, no. 

11/12(1918): 165 

PROVENANCE: gift of Dr. Paul Raabe, 

1985 

L. 85. 2. go b; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1219 

Raskolnikow, c. 1920 

(Raskolnikov) 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 
6V4 x 4 J /i6 in. (15.8 x 10.3 cm) 
From Das Kunstblatt 4, no. 2 (1920) 
PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
EXHIBITION: Reed 283/41 
83.1.1148 a 





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1217 



1218 






1219 



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1223 





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1224-4 




1220 

Adam und Eva, c. 1897 

(Adam and Eve) 

Lithograph printed in black, yellow, 

blue, and vermilion on bluish wove 

paper 

9 15 /i6 x 7% in. (25.2 x 19.4 cm) 

From Tan 3, no. 1 (1897): following 16 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

REFERENCE: Dennerlein 1409 

83- 1- 1354 b 

1221 

Sonnige Tage, c. 1898 
(Sunny days) 

Lithograph printed in brown, yellow, 
blue, and vermilion on wove paper 
6% x n 3 /i6 in. (17.5 x 28.4 cm) 
From Pan 3, no. 4 (1898): before 205 
provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 
reference: Dennerlein 1762 
83-1- 13551 

1222 

Reiter, c. 1915 

(Riders) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

12% x i5 3 /4 in. (30.8 x 39.9 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 

provenance: Karl & Faber, Munich, 

27-28 November 1980, part of lot 1363 

M. 82. 287.29 

1223 

Reiter, c. 1915 

(Riders) 

Woodblock 

12V8 x i5 3 /4 in. (30.8 x 39.9 cm) 

provenance: Karl & Faber, Munich, 

27-28 November 1980, part of lot 1363 

M. 82. 287. 100 

1224 

Das Hirtenlied: Ein Fragment 

(The shepherd's song: A fragment) 
Book with 17 woodcuts on wove paper 
Illustrations to play by Gerhart Haupt- 
mann (Dresden: Carl Reissner, 1924) 
provenance: Dr. Helmut Tenner, 
Heidelberg, 16- 17 April 1975, part of 
lot 1353 
83i-92a-q 

1. Untitled (title page), 1924 
3V2 x 4'/i6 in. (8.9 x 10.3 cm) 
83.1.92 a 

2. Untitled (artist and angel), 1924 
3% x 4V16 in. (9.5 x 10.3 cm) 
Page 5 

83.1.92 b 

3. Untitled (shepherd), 1924 
3% x 3 15 /i6 in. (9.5 x 10.0 cm) 
Page 14 

83.1.92 c 

4. Untitled (man and angel), 1924 
4 n /i6 x 3 7 /s in. (11.9 x 9.9 cm) 
Page 16 

83. 1.92 d 

5. Untitled (landscape), 1924 
3% x 3 15 /i6 in. (9.5 x 10.0 cm) 
Page 18 

83. 1.92 e 



Ludwig von Hofmann 

born 1861 
Darmstadt 

died 1945 Pillnitz 



336 



Hofmann 



1224 (continued) 

6. Untitled (man and angel in 
landscape), 1924 

3% x 4 Vie in. (9.5 x 10.3 cm) 
Page 19 
83. 1.92 f 

7. Untitled (goats and bulls), 1924 
3 x 4'/ie in. (7.6 x 10.3 cm) 
Page 21 

83. 1.92 g 

8. Untitled (three men with herd), 

3'/2 x 4V16 in. (8.9 x 10.3 cm) 
Page 23 
83. 1.92 h 

9. Untitled (nude man with cows), 

1924 

3'/r x 4 in. (8.3 x 10.2 cm) 

Page 25 

83.1.921 

10. Untitled (man and woman with 
jug), 1924 

5'/8 x 4V8 in. (13.0 x 10.5 cm) 
Page 28 
83. 1.92 j 

11. Untitled (woman at fire), 1924 
4 7 /i6 x 3 7 /s in. (11.3 x 9.9 cm) 
Page 31 

83.1.92 k 

12. Untitled (landscape with tents), 
1924 

1V2 x 3 7 /8 in. (3.8 x 9.9 cm) 
Page 33 
83. 1.92 1 

13. Untitled (old shepherd), 1924 
3 7 /s x 4 in. (g.g x 10.2 cm) 
Page 35 

83.1.92 m 

14. Untitled (in the fields), 1924 
3'/s x 4 in. (8.0 x 10.2 cm) 
Page 40 

83. 1.92 n 

15. Untitled (Laban and Leah), 1924 
4'A x 3 I5 /i6 in. (10.8 x 10.0 cm) 
Page 42 

83.1.920 

16. Untitled (Laban and Jacob), 1924 
3 13 /i6 x 3 7 /8 in. (9.7 x g.g cm) 
Page 44 

83. 1.92 p 

17. Untitled (woman in field), 1924 
3 7 /i6 x 4V16 in. (8.7 x 10.3 cm) 
Page 48 

83. 1.92 q 







1224-12 



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1224-7 




1224-9 





1224-13 





1224-15 





1224-17 





1228 



1226 





1229 



1227 




Holloff 



1225 

Notre Dame de Paris, 1912 
Lithograph on wove paper 
io 15 /i6 x 12% in. (27.8 x 32.4 cm) 
From portfolio Sema (Munich: 
Delphin-Verlag, 1912) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1.; numbered 
(101/215) on justification page 
provenance: Karl & Faber, Munich, 
26-28 May 1977, part of lot 1475 
M. 82. 288. 383 f 



1226 

Untitled (men playing cards), c. 1915 
Lithograph on wove paper 
4 5 /i6 x 3 15 /i6 in. (10.9 x 10.0 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 11 (1915): 161 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 308 
83.1.1196 c 

1227 

Untitled (man with music box), c. 1920 
Lithograph on japan paper 
8 7 /s x 5 n /i6 in. (22.5 x 14.5 cm) 
From Das Kunstblatt 4, no. 3 (1920) 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
EXHIBITION: Reed 283/42 
83.1.1149 a 



1228 

Bauernhauser auf beualdetem Hiigel, 

c. 1897 

(Farmhouses on a wooded hill) 

Etching printed in green on laid paper 

6Vs x g 3 /i6 in. (15.5 x 23.4 cm) 

From Pan 3, no. 2 (1897): following 120 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

REFERENCE: Dennerlein 1620 

83- 1- 1354 e 

1229 

Alblandschaft , 1909 
(Alpine landscape) 
Etching on wove paper 
4 5 /8X 7 n /i6in. (11.7 x 19.5 cm) 
From Zeitschrift fiir bildende Kunst, 
n.s., 25, no. 2 (1914): before 25 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 
83.1.967 a 



1230 



1230 

Mysterium, 1918 

(Mystery) 

Metal cut on J. W. Zanders paper 

3% x 5% in. (8.6 x 14.9 cm) 

From Eos 1, no. 2 (1918): 159; from 

edition A (total edition of 250) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xvii/xl) and 

signed by editor Emil Pirchan on 

justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 270 

83.1.1606 g 



337 

Fritz Hofmann-Juan 

born 1873 Dresden 
died 1937 Dresden 



Otto Hohlt 

born 1889 
Santo Domingo 

died 1960Katzbach 



Felix Hollenberg 

born 1868 
Sterkrade 



Curt Holloff 

born 1887 Leipzig 



338 



Hdlloff 



1231 

Zwei Schulmadel, c. 1918 

(Two schoolgirls) 

Etching printed in brown on heavy 

wove paper 

4'/4 x 4 13 /i6 in. (10.8 x 12.2 cm) 

From Zeitschrift fiir bildende Kunst, 

n.s., 30, no. 4/5 (1918-19): following 120 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 

83.1.968 g 

1232 

Er gibt ihr Schonheit, 1920 

(He gives her beauty) 

Metal cut on J. W. Zanders 1916 paper 

9% x 6'A in. (24.8 x 15.9 cm) 

From Eos 2, no. 4 (1920): 179: from 

edition A (total edition of 250) 

inscription: numbered (xvii/xl) and 

signed by editor Paul Baumann on 

justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

exhirition: Reed under 270 

83.1.1608 1 

1233 

Ich aber bin verantwortlich meiner 

Arbeit, 1920 

(I, however, am accountable for my 

work) 

Metal cut on J. W. Zanders 1916 paper 

9% x GVa in. (24.8 x 15.9 cm) 

From Eos 2, no. 4 (1920): 175: from 

edition A (total edition of 250) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xvii/xl) and 

signed by editor Paul Baumann on 

justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 270 

83.1.1608 j 

1234 

Starrt ein Pflug, 1920 

(A plow stares) 

Metal cut on J. W. Zanders 1916 paper 

9% x 6'A in. (24.5 x 15.9 cm) 

From Eos 2, no. 4 (1920): 171; from 

edition A (total edition of 250) 

inscription: numbered (xvii/xl) and 

signed by editor Paul Baumann on 

justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 270 

83.1.1608 i 




1231 



1232 





1234 





1235 



1236 



Holthoff 



339 





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1235 

Was mir entgegen will, 1920 

(What would confront me) 

Metal cut on J. W. Zanders 1916 paper 

9% x 6 3 /s in. (24.8 x 16.2 cm) 

From Eos 2, no. 4 (1920): 177; from 

edition A (total edition of 250) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xvii/xl) and 

signed by editor Paul Baumann on 

justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 270 

83.1.1608 c 

1236 

Wille zur Macht, 1920 

(Will to power) 

Metal cut on J. W. Zanders 1916 paper 

9% x 6'/j in. (24.5 x 15.9 cm) 

From Eos 2, no. 4 (1920): 181; from 

edition A (total edition of 250) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xvii/xl) and 

signed by editor Paul Baumann on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 270 

83.1.1608 m 



1237 

Doctor Eisenbart 

Block book with 21 color linoleum cuts 

on handmade oatmeal paper 

Published by Drei Masken Verlag, 

Munich, 1923 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1980 

83.1.631 a-v 

1. Untitled (cover), 1923 
Printed in black, blue, green, 
yellow, red, and pink 

4% x 3"/i6 in. (11.7 x 9.3 cm) 

Cover 

83.1.631a 

2. Untitled (man with scythe), 1923 
Printed in black and red 

2 x 2'/i6 in. (5.0 x 5.2 cm) 
83.1.631b 

3. Untitled (man bowing), 1923 
Printed in black, blue, and yellow 
5 9 /i6 x 3 u /i6 in. (14.2 x 9.3 cm) 
83.1.631c 

4. Untitled (beheading), 1923 
Printed in black, blue, and red 
5 n /i6 x 3V8 in. (144 x 9.8 cm) 
83.1.631 d 

5. Untitled (two men), 1923 
Printed in black, red, and yellow 
5 9 /i6 x 3 5 /i6 in. (14. 1 x 8.4 cm) 
83.1.631 e 

6. Untitled (man being fed), 1923 
Printed in black, red, yellow, and 
blue 

5 3 /s x 3 5 /s in. (13.6 x 9.2 cm) 
83.1.631 f 



Hermann Holthoff and 
Adolf Rademacher 



340 



Holthoff 



1237 (continued) 

7. Untitled (two men, one seated), 

1923 

Printed in black, pink, and yellow 

5'/i x 3 3 /a in. (13.4 x 8.5 cm) 

83. 1.631 g 

8. Untitled (man tortured), 1923 
Printed in black, yellow, and red 
5 7 /i6 x 3% in. (13.8 x 9.6 cm) 
83.1.63111 

9. Untitled (man with toilet), 1923 
Printed in black, yellow, and green 
5 7 /i6 x 3% in. (13.8 x 9.6 cm) 
83.1.6311 

10. Untitled (man with cane), 1923 
Printed in black and yellow 
5 n /i6 x 3% in. (14.5 x 8.5 cm) 
83. 1.631 j 

11. Untitled (woman with cane), 1923 
Printed in black, pink, and yellow 
5 u /i6 x 3 7 /i6 in. (14.5 x 8.7 cm) 
83.1.631k 

12. Untitled (man with cart), 1923 
Printed in black, yellow, and green 
5 9 /i6 x 4V8 in. (14. 1 x 10.5 cm) 

83. 1.631 1 

13. Untitled (man on horse), 1923 
Printed in black, pink, and yellow 
5 3 /i6 x 3 7 /ie in. (13.2 x 8.7 cm) 
83.1.631 m 

14. Untitled (man seated with cane), 

1923 

Printed in black, yellow, and blue 
5 7 /i6 x 3 9 /i6 in. (13.8 x 9. 1 cm) 
83.1.631 n 

15. Untitled (man with coffin), ig23 
Printed in black, yellow, and blue 
5V2 x 3 n /i6 in. (14.0 x 9.3 cm) 
83.1.6310 

16. Untitled (man gesturing), 1923 
Printed in black, blue, and red 
5 9 /i6 x 3 9 /i6 in. (14.2 x 9.0 cm) 
83.1.631 p 

17. Untitled (man being shot), 1923 
Printed in black, yellow, and blue 
5'/2X3%in. (13.9x8.5 cm) 
83.1.631 q 

18. Untitled (man being 
dismembered), 1923 
Printed in black and red 
5 13 /i6 x 3 9 /i6 in. (14.8 x 9. 1 cm) 
83.1.631 r 

19. Untitled (man forced to drink), 

1923 

Printed in black, yellow, and blue 

5%x3%in. (13.0x9.9 cm) 

83.1.631s 

20. Untitled (man seated at desk), 1923 
Printed in black, yellow, red, and 
green 

4 15 /i6 x 3% in. (12.5 x 9.5 cm) 
83- 1-631 1 

21. Untitled (man on horse), 1923 
Printed in black, yellow, and green 
5'/4 x 3 n /i6 in. (13.4 x 9.4 cm) 
83.1.631 u 





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Hiibner 



341 







1237-19 




1238 




1240 






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1237-20 



1237-21 




1239 




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1241 



1238 

Mutter und Kind, c. 1934 

(Mother and child) 
Woodcut on japan paper 
8 9 /i6 x 5 5 /i6 in. (21.7 x 13.5 cm) 
From portfolio Holzschnitte 
niederrheinischer Kiinstler (Krefeld: 
Felt Verlag, 1934); possibly from edition 
of 35 (see remarks under cat. no. 277) 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
83.1.16 b 



Willy Holzhausen 



1239 

Der Mensch in den Elementen, 1919 

(Man among the elements) 

Woodcut on newsprint 

5 5 /8 x 4V2 in. (14.3 x 11.4 cm) 

From Der Einzige 1, no. 25/26 (1919): 

289 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 1-6 November 1976, part of lot 

4442 
83.1.1643 a 

1240 

Das Nachtgespenst, 1919 

(The night phantom) 

Woodcut on newsprint 

6 x 4 in. (15.2 x 10.2 cm) 

From Der Einzige 1, no. 19 (1919): 223 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 1-6 November 1976, part of lot 

4442 

83.1.1639 a 



1241 

Untitled (men around a table), c. 1920 
Linoleum cut on brown wove paper 
8V2 x 6'/i in. (21.6 x 15.9 cm) 
From Eros 1, no. 1 (1921): before 3 
INSCRIPTION: numbered (593/1,000) on 
justification page 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 16 April 1981, part of lot 2212 
83.1.1610 b 



1242 

In Staub mit alien Feinden 

Brandenburgs, 1914 

(In the dust with all enemies of 

Brandenburg) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i2 7 /i6 x g 13 /i6 in. (31.6 x 24.9 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 3 (1914): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/125 

83. 1. 1402 e 



Lothar Homeyer 

born 1883 Berlin 



Alwine Hotter 



Heinrich Hiibner 

born 1869 Berlin 



1242 



342 



Hiibner 



Ulrich Hiibner 1243 

Umgiirte dich mit deiner ganzen Flotte, 
born 1872 Berlin England! 1914 

(Surround yourself with your entire 
died 1932 fleet, England!) 

Neubabelsberg Lithograph on wove paper 

i2 7 /i6 x g 3 /i6 in. (31.6 x 23.3 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 5 (1914): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/126 (as Heinrich 

Hiibner) 

83.1.1404 b 

1244 

Auf holier See, c. 1915 

(On the high seas) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i3 5 /i6 x io 7 /s in. (33.8 x 27.6 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 25 (1915): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/127 

83.1.1423 c 

1245 

Brand in Antwerpen, 1915 

(Fire in Antwerp) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

8% x io 13 /i6 in. (22.2 x 27.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 8 (1915): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/128 

83.1.1426 b 

1246 

Kampfvor den Dardenellen, c. 1915 
(Battle outside the Dardenelles) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
n 13 /i6 x g 3 /s in. (30.0 x 23.8 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 30 (1915): 2 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/130 
83.1.1428 b 

1247 

S.M.S. "Ayesha" c. 1915 
Lithograph on wove paper 
n 5 /i6 x g 5 /s in. (28.8 x 24.4 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 29 (1915): 4 
PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 
exhibition: Reed 281/129 

83.1.1427 d 




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1244 




1245 




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343 





1248 



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1248 

U-Boote im Kampf, c. 1915 

(U-boats in battle) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

13V16 x 10V4 in. (33-2 x 26.0 em) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 32 (1915): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/131 

83.1. 1430 d 

1249 

I/-5 Hurra! c. 1915 

(Hurray for the U-5!) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i2'/8 x 10 in. (30.8 x 25.4 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 38 (1915): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/132 

83.1.1436 d 

1250 

Winter im Hamburger Hafen, c. 1915 
(Winter in Hamburg Harbor) 
Drypoint on heavy wove paper 
3 7 /8 x 5% in. (9.9 x 14.6 cm) 
From Zeitschrifl fur bildende Kunst, 
n.s., 26, no. 10/11 (1915): before 237 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 
83.1.967 m 

1251 

Einbringen einer Prise, c. 1916 

(Bringing in a prize) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

n'/i6 x 8V2 in. (28. 1x21.6 em) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 64/65 (1916): 8 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: not listed in Reed under 

281 

83.1.1461 h 



1252 

Untitled (head of a girl), c. 1915 
Lithograph on laid paper 
4V8 x 3 3 /4 in. (12.4 x 9.6 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 2, no. 11 (1915-16): 163 
provenance: gift of Elmar Seibel, 1983 
L. 86. 1.76 a; lent by the Robert Gore 
Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 
California 



Fritz Huf 



born 1888 Lucerne, 
Switzerland 



died 1970 Lucerne, 
Switzerland 



1252 



344 Huhnen 

Fritz Huhnen 1253 

Bildnis, c. 1934 

born 1895 Krefeld (Portrait) 

Woodcut on japan paper 

died 1981 Krefeld io'/s x 6 5 /a in. (25.8 x 16.8 cm) 

From portfolio Holzschnitte 
niederrheinischer Kiinstler (Krefeld: 
Felt Verlag, 1934); possibly from edition 
of 35 (see remarks under cat. no. 277) 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
83.1.16 d 

1254 

Flohzirkus, c. 1934 

(Flea circus) 

Woodcut on japan paper 

6% x io 5 /i6 in. (17. 1 x 26.2 cm) 

From portfolio Holzschnitte 

niederrheinischer Kiinstler (Krefeld: 

Felt Verlag, 1934); possibly from edition 

of 35 (see remarks under cat. no. 277) 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen. 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.16 c 



ierzy Hulewicz 

born 1886 Koscian, 
Poland 

died 1940 





1254 



1255 

Akt, c. 1918 

(Nude) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7% x i 13 /i6 in. (19.6 x 4.6 cm) 

From Die Ahtion 8, no. 21/22 (1918): 

267; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1533 c 

1256 

Akt, c. 1918 

(Nude) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7% x 2 3 /i6 in. (19.7 x 5.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 21/22 (1918): 

270; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1533 d 

1257 

Amazone, c. 1918 

(Amazon) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

$Vs x 7 in. (14.9 x 17.8 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 35/36 (1918): 

455-56 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83- 1- 1539 f 

1258 

Frau des Kiinstlers, c. 1918 

(The artist's wife) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 15 /i6 x 3'/s in. (10.0 x 7.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 35/36 (1918): 445 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

8 3-i- 1539 b 



1253 





1257 



1256 




1259 




1258 



Hulewicz 



345 





1260 





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1264 



1259 

Genesis, c. 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 7 /i6 x 3 7 /i6 in. (8.8 x 8.7 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 35/36 (1918): 457 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83- 1-1539 8 

1260 

Madonna, c. 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 7 /s x 2 15 /i6 in. (9.9 x 7.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 35/36 (1918): 448 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83- 1- 1539 c 

1261 

Maria Magdelena, c. 1918 

(Mary Magdalen) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 9 /i6 x 2% in. (16.7 x 6.7 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 35/36 (1918): 452 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83- 1- 1539 e 

1262 

Portrat, c. 1918 

(Portrait) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 15 /i6 x 3'/8 in. (12.6 x 8.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 27/28 (1918): 

345; not identified as an original 

woodcut. The center also has an 

impression from Die Aktion 8, no. 33/34 

(1918): back cover 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1536 c 

1263 

Selbstportrdt, c. 1918 

(Self-portrait) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5'/i6 x 5 7 /8 in. (12.8 x 14.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 35/36 (1918): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83 -i- 1539 a 

1264 

Der Strahl, c. 1918 

(The beam) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 9 /i6 x 2V2 in. (9.0 x 6.3 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 35/36 (1918): 449 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83-1-1539 d 

1265 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

2V2 x i 13 /i6 in. (6.3 x 4.6 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 35/36 (1918): 460 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1539 b 



346 



Hundt 



Otto Hundt 1266 

Missverstiindnisse, 1914 
born 1887 Berlin (Misunderstandings) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

12% x 7 13 /i6 in. (32. 1 x 19.8 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 23 (1915): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: not listed in Reed under 

281 

83.1.1421 d 

1267 

Russische Siege in England— in 

Russland, 1914 

(Russian victories in England — in 

Russia) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

13 x 8% in. (330 x 21. 1 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 16 (1914): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: not listed in Reed under 

281 

83.1.1415 d 

1268 

"Times" "Temps," 1914 

Lithograph on wove paper 

6V4 x 11 in. (16.0 x 28.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 17 (1914): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: not listed in Reed under 

281 

83.1.1416 d 



Sidney Hunt 



1269 

Untitled (man reading), 1923 

Linoleum cut on slick wove paper 

4 x 3 5 /i6 in. (10.2 x 8.4 cm) 

From Der Sturm 19, no. 2/3 (1928): 212 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York: 

purchased in 1982 

83- 1- 1397-5 

1270 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1928 

Linoleum cut on slick wove paper 

4V2 x 2 15 /i6 in. (11.4 x 7.5 cm) 

From Der Sturm 19, no. 2/3 (1928): 214 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1397.6 



Robert M. Huth 1271 

Jiingling, c. 1921 
born 1890 Erfurt (Youth) 

Woodcut on wove paper 
ii 5 /ie x 6V2 in. (28.8 x 16.5 cm) 
From Kundung 1, no. 9/10 (1921) 
provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 
Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 
part of lot 1154 
exhibition: Reed under 282 
83.1.1060 e 








1266 



1267 





Huth 



347 





1272 

Tischgenossen, c. 1921 
(Table companions) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
8 7 /i6X n 7 /i6 in. (21.4 x 29.1 cm) 
From Kiindung 1, no. 9/10 (1921) 
PROVENANCE: Galerie Wolfgang 
Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 
part of lot 1154 
exhibition: Reed under 282 
83. 1. 1060 f 



1270 



1271 




1272 



348 



Ideler 



Lonni Ideler 



Arthur lilies 

born 1870 Hamburg 
died 1953 Luneburg 



1273 

Familie, c. 1919 

(Family) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4%6 x 2 u /i6 in. (10.7 x 6.8 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 37/38 (1919): 

630; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1558 b 



1274 

Mondaufgang, c. 1897 

(Moonrise) 

Etching printed in blue, yellow, and red 

on wove paper 

7V4 x 5 13 /i6 in. (18.4 x 14.8 cm) 

From Pan 2, no. 4 (1897): following 280 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

reference: Dennerlein 1240 

83- 1- 1353 k 





Johannes Itten 1275 

Figiirliche Komposition, 1918 
born 1888 (Figural composition) 

Schwarzenegg. Lithograph on heavy wove paper 

Switzerland i8 13 /i6 x n!/2 in. (47.8 x 29.2 cm) 

From portfolio Lithographie-Mappe 
died 1967 Zurich, (Vienna: R. Lanyi, 1919), pi. 6 

Switzerland inscription: signed, I.e. 

provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 
Ketterer, Munich, 28 May 1973, lot 936 
REFERENCE: Rotzler 164 
M. 82.288. 101 




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1276 

Utopia: Dokumente der Wirklichheit 

(Utopia: Documents of reality) 
Book with 10 lithographs on japan paper 
Edited by Bruno Adler (Weimar: 
Utopia- Verlag, 1921); with a cover 
drawn by Oskar Schlemmer (see cat. 
no. 2506). Although Rotzler catalogues 
21 works (228-48), only the signed 
original lithographs are listed here 
INSCRIPTION: each sheet signed, l.r.; 
numbered (1/7: Museumausgabe) on 
justification page 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1975 
reference: Rotzler 239-48 
exhibition: Reed 397 
83.i.g3a-k 

1. Dip Erschaffung Etxis— 
Kompositionsanalyse, 1921 
(The creation of Eve- 
compositional analysis) 
n 5 /i6 x 7 5 /s in. (28.8 x 19.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Rotzler 239 
Based on a thirteenth-century 
French miniature in the 
Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris 
83.1.93 a 

2. Die Erschaffung Evas—Spruch, 
1921 

(The creation of Eve— text) 
io 15 /i6 x 7 7 /i6 in. (27.8 x 18.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Rotzler 240 
83.1.93 b 

3. Die Geburt Christi— 
Kompositionsanalyse, 1921 
(The Nativity— compositional 
analysis) 

n 7 /i6 x 7T/16 in. (29.0 x 18.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Rotzler 241 
Based on a painting by Meister 
Francke in the Kunsthalle, 
Hamburg 
83.1.93 c 

4. Die Geburt Christi—Spruch, 1921 
(The Nativity— text) 

n 5 /i6 x 6 u /ie in. (28.8 x 17.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Rotzler 242 
83.1.93 d 



1276-4 



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1276 (continued) 

5. Anbetung der Konige— 
Kompositionsanalyse, 1921 
(Adoration of the Magi- 
compositional analysis) 
With vermilion, yellow, blue, 
green, and rose watercolor 
n 3 /8 x 7 3 /i6 in. (28.9 x 18.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Rotzler 243 
Based on a painting by Meister 
Francke in the Kunsthalle, 
Hamburg 

83.1.93^ 

6. Anbetung der Konige— Spruch, 
1921 

(Adoration of the Magi— text) 
Printed in black and red 
io 7 /8 x jVb in. (27.6 x 18. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Rotzler 244 

83- 1-93 f 

7. Arhat Vanavasi— 
Kompositionsanalyse, 1921 
(Arhat Vanavasi— compositional 
analysis) 

n"/i6 x 6% in. (297 x 16.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Rotzler 245 
Based on a painting by Mu-chi 

83-1-93 g 

8. Arhat Vanavasi— Spruch, 1921 
(Arhat Vanavasi— text) 

io 15 /i6 x 8Vb in. (27.8 x 20.6 cm) 
REFERENCE: Rotzler 246 

8.3- 1-93 h 

9. Der Generalinquisitor— 
Kompositionsanalyse, 1921 
(The grand inquisitor- 
compositional analysis) 

n'/s x 7V2 in. (28.2 x 19.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Rotzler 247 
Based on a painting by El Greco 
in the Havemeyer collection, 
New York 
83.1.93 i 
10. Der Generalinquisitor— Spruch, 
1921 

(The grand inquisitor— text) 
9 13 /i6 x 6V2 in. (24.9 x 16.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Rotzler 248 
83-1-93 J 



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352 



Jaeckel 



Willy Jaeckel 

born 1888 Breslau 
died 1944 Berlin 



1277 

Fratzen des Todes, c. 1915 

(Grimaces of death) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

12% x g 15 /i6 in. (31.5 x 25.2 em) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 34 (1915): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/135; Guenther 

134 a 

83.1.1432 b 

1278 

Juden-Massaker, e. 1915 

(Massacre of the Jews) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

liy4 x Q 5 /s in. (29.9 x 24.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 32 (1915): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/133; Guenther 

134 b 

83.1.1430 a 

1279 

Karpathen, c. 1915 

(Carpathian Mountains) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

11% x g 9 /i6 in. (29.6 x 24.3 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 42 (1915): 3 

PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/136 

83.1.1440 c 

1280 

Przemysl, c. 1915 

Lithograph on wove paper 

io'/j x g 7 /i6 in. (26.0 x 24.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 33 (1915): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/134 

83.1.1431b 

1281 

Serbisches Schicksal, c. 1915 

(Serbian destiny) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i3 7 /s x 9% in. (35.3 x 24.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 56 (1915): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/137 

83.1.1453 c 







1279 




1281 




1282 






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1285 



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1286-2 



1286-3 



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1282 

Gotz von Berlichingen, e. 1916 
Lithograph on wove paper 
6 7 /i6 x 9% in. (16.3 x 24.5 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 60 (1916): 3 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/138 
83.1.1457 c 

1283 

Kanal in Berlin, c. 1916 

(Canal in Berlin) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

7 15 /i6 x 8% in. (20. 1x21.3 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 2 (1916): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte. 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

EXHIBITION: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.6 

1284 

Zerschossener Wald, c. 1916 
(Forest shot to pieces) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
13% x 9% in. (35.0 x 24.8 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 62 (1916): 3 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/139 
83.1.1459 c 

1285 

Untitled (woman and child), c. 1916 

Lithograph on wove paper 

9 5 /8 x 7 15 /i6 in. (24.5 x 20.2 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 6 (1916): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

EXHIBITION: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.22 

1286 

Das Buch Hiob 

(The book of Job) 

Book with 13 lithographs on Van Gelder 

paper 

Illustrations to biblical text (Berlin: 

Erich Reiss, 1917); total edition of 200 

INSCRIPTION: each plate signed, 1.1.; 

numbered (18/60) on justification page 

provenance: Florian Karsch; Galerie 

Nierendorf, Berlin; purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed 382 

83.i.94a-m 

1. Untitled (portrait of Job), 1917 
3 7 /8 x 4V8 in. (9.9 x 10.5 cm) 
Frontispiece 

83.1.94 a 

2. Untitled (Job and his family), 1917 
9 x 8 7 /i6 in. (22.9 x 21.4 cm) 
Facing chapters 3 and 4 

83.1.94 b 

3. Untitled (two men fighting), 1917 
9 x 8 3 /s in. (22.9 x 21.3 cm) 
Facing chapters 6 and 7 
83.1.94 c 



353 



354 



Jaeckel 



1286 (continued) 

4. Untitled (house destroyed), 1917 

8 7 /s x 8'/2 in. (22.6 x 21.6 cm) 
Facing chapter 10 
83. 1.94 d 

5. Untitled (nude kneeling in 
landscape), 1917 

9 x 8'/2 in. (22.9 x 21.6 cm) 
Facing chapters 13 and 14 
83.1.94 c 

6. Untitled (Job with boils), 1917 
9 x 8'/2 in. (22.9 x 21.6 cm) 
Facing chapters 17 and 18 

83. 1.94 f 

7. Untitled (Job sees a rainbow), 1917 
9 x 8% in. (22,9 x 21.3 cm) 
Facing chapter 21 

83- 1-94 g 

8. Untitled (mother and child in 
storm), 1917 

9 x 8 7 /ie in. (22.9 x 21.4 cm) 
Facing chapters 23 and 24 
83.1.94 b 

9. Untitled (after the storm), 1917 
9 x 8V2 in. (22.9 x 21.6 cm) 
Facing chapters 28 and 29 

83- 1-94 i 

10. Untitled (Job kneeling in 
landscape), 1917 

8 ,5 /i6 x 8'/2 in. (22.7 x 21.6 cm) 
Facing chapter 32 

83- 1-94 J 

11. Untitled (Job kneeling in 
landscape), 1917 

8 15 /i6 x 8V2 in. (22.7 x 21.6 cm) 
Facing chapter 34 
83.1.94 k 

12. Untitled (landscape), 1917 
9 x 8 5 /i6 in. (22. g x 21. 1 cm) 
Facing chapters 37 and 38 

83- 1-94 1 

13. Untitled (sunrise), 1917 

9 x 8 7 /i6 in. (22.9 x 21.4 cm) 
Facing chapter 40 
83.1.94 m 

1287 

Hamlet, c. 1917 

Lithograph on japan paper 

io'A x 8'/4 in. (26.0 x 21.0 cm) 

From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 

from edition A (total edition of 200) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(xiv/l) on justification page; publisher's 

blind stamp, l.r. 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

exhibition: Reed 336/23; Guenther 

134 c (as 1915) 

M. 82. 288. 384. 23 



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1289 



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1288 

Erotische Votiflafeln 

(Erotic votive pictures) 

Book with 7 lithographs on laid paper 

Illustrations to poems by Heinrich 

Lautensack, no. 6 in the monographic 

series Der Venuswagen (Berlin: Fritz 

Gurlitt Verlag, 1919); total edition of 

700 

inscription: signed and numbered 

(35/40) on justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed 415/6 

83. 1.808 a-g 

1. Das hassliche Madchen, 1919 
(The ugly girl) 

8!/i6 x 5 n /i6 in. (20.5 x 14.4 cm) 
Following page 10 
83.1.808 a 

2. Der Haremschudchter, 1919 
(The eunuch) 

6 9 /i6 x 5 5 /s in. (16.6 x 14.3 cm) 
Following page 16 
83.1.808 b 

3. Pan, 1919 

5 n /i6 x 5 9 /i6 in. (14.4 x 14. 1 cm) 
Following page 18 
83.1.808 c 

4. Die blinde Harfnerin bei den 
Felsen, 1919 

(The blind harpist on the rocks) 
6 15 /i6 x 6'/s in. (17.6 x 15.5 cm) 
Following page 20 
83. 1.808 d 

5. Jungejudin, 1919 
(Young Jewess) 
4'/2X5 7 /sin. (11.5 x 14.9 cm) 
Following page 24 

83. 1.808 e 

6. Das Korsett, 1919 
(The corset) 

8 x 5 n /i6 in. (20.3 x 14.4 cm) 
Following page 26 
83. 1.808 f 

7. Vom Ubermut einer Tanzerin zur 
Nacht, 1919 

(Of the wantonness of a dancer at 

night) 

6'A x 5 n /i6 in. (15.8 x 14.4 cm) 

Following page 28 

83. 1.808 g 

1289 

Weiblicher Aid, c. 1919 

(Female nude) 

Lithograph on heavy wove paper 

6 7 /s x io'/4 in. (17.5 x 26.0 cm) 

From Joachim Kirchner, Junge Berliner 

Kunst, Wasmuths Kunsthefte, no. 6 

(Berlin: E. Wasmuth, [1919?]), pi. 5 

provenance: W. F. Arntz, Haag 

(Oberbayern); purchased in 1975 

83.1. 120 e 



355 



1287 



356 



Jaeckel 



1290 

Zdrtlichkeit, 1919 

(Tenderness) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

■/'A x 5 9 /i6 in. (18.5 x 14. 1 cm) 

From Dasjunge Deutschland 2, no. 2 

(1919): before 31 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

83.1.1622 a 

1291 

Untitled (reclining child), c. 1919 
Lithograph on wove paper 
4>/2 x 7% in. (11.5 x 19.7 cm) 
From deluxe edition of Marsyas, no. 6 
(1919): 175; total edition of 235 
INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1.; numbered 
(xxvu/xxxv) on justification page 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
exhibition: Reed under 288 
83.1.1666 a 

1292 

Untitled (woman comforting man), 

c 1919 

Lithograph on wove paper 

8'/i6 x 6 9 /i6 in. (20.5 x 16.7 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Marsyas, no. 6 

(1919): 177; total edition of 235 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(xxvu/xxxv) on justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 288 

83.1.1666 b 

1293 

Untitled (man in street), c. 1919 
Lithograph on wove paper 
5 3 /i6 x 7 in. (13.2 x 17.8 cm) 
From deluxe edition of Marsyas, no. 6 
(1919): 181; total edition of 235 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 
(xxvu/xxxv) on justification page 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 288 
83.1.1666 c 

1294 

Die Holle 

(The inferno) 

Book with 35 etchings with soft ground 
and drypoint on laid paper 
Illustrations to poem by Dante 
Alighieri, translated by Karl Streckfuss 
and revised by Richard Hirsch (Berlin: 
Hans Heinrich Tillgner, 1923); from 
edition C of 100 (total edition of 200) 
INSCRIPTION: signed on justification 
page 

provenance: Erasmus, Amsterdam; 
purchased in 1978 

83- 1-95- 1-35 

1. Untitled (portrait of Dante), 1923 

4 7 /8 x 5V16 in. (12.4 x 12.9 cm) 

Frontispiece 

831.951 





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Erster Gesang I Eingang: Der Wald I 

Die Tiere I Vergil, 1923 

(First canto / Introduction: The 

forest / The animals / Virgil) 

5V4 x 9% in. (13.3 x 23.8 cm) 

Page 9 

83- 1-95-2 

Zweiter Gesang I Einleitung: 

Beatrix I Lucia, 1923 

(Second canto / Introduction: 

Beatrice / Lucia) 

4 13 /i6 x 4 15 /i6 in. (12.2 x 12.6 cm) 

Page 11 

83-1-95-3 

Drifter Gesang I Holle/itor I 

Vorholle I Die Memmen I Cblestin v / 

Charon, 1923 

(Third canto / The gate of hell / 

Purgatory / The cowards / Celestine 

V / Charon) 

i2'/s x g'/j in. (30.8 x 23.5 cm) 

Page 13 

83- 1-95-4 

Vierter Gesang I Erste Abteilung: 

Erster Kreis I Ungetaufte I Erzvdter I 

Dichter, 1923 

(Fourth canto / First section: First 

circle / The unbaptized / Patriarchs / 

Poets) 

4 7 /8 x 5 in. (12.4 x 12.7 cm) 

Page 17 

83-1-95-5 

Fiinfter Gesang I Zweite Abteilung: 

Zweiter Kreis I Siinden der Liebe ! 

Minos I Paris, 1923 

(Fifth canto / Second section: 

Second circle / Sins of love / Minos / 

Paris) 

5'/4 x g'/j in. (13.3 x 23.5 cm) 

Page 19 

83-1-95-6 

Sechster Gesang I Dritter Kreis I 

Die Schlemmer I Cerberus I Ciacco 

weissagt, 1923 

(Sixth canto / Third circle / The 

gourmands / Cerberus / Ciacco 

prophesies) 

12V8 x 9V8 in. (30.8 x 23.2 cm) 

Page 2 1 

83-1-95-7 

Siebenter Gesang I Pluto I Vierter 

Kreis I Geizige I Fiinfter Kreis I 

Jahzornige im Styx, 1923 

(Seventh canto / Pluto / Fourth 

circle / Misers / Fifth circle / 

Wrathful ones in the Styx) 

5 x 4 15 /ie in. (12.7 x 12.6 cm) 

Page 25 

83.1.95.8 

Achter Gesang I Uberfalirt I Filippo 

Argenti I Zum sechsten Kreis I 

Kampfum Dis, 1923 

(Eighth canto / The crossing / 

Filippo Argenti / To the sixth circle / 

Fight for Dis) 

5'/j x 9% in. (13.3 x 23.8 cm) 

Page 27 

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1294 [continued) 

10. Neunter Gesang I Die Engels- 
erscheinung I Eintritt in Dis I 
Sechster Kreis I Ketzer, 1923 
(Ninth canto / Appearance of the 
angel / Entry to Dis / Sixth circle / 
Heretics) 

12 x g 3 /i6 in. (30.5 x 23.3 cm) 

Page 29 

83.1.95.10 

11. Zehnter Gesang I Sechster Kreis I 
Farinata I Cavalcante I Friedricli //, 

1923 

(Tenth canto / Sixth circle / Farinata / 

Cavalcante / Frederick n) 

4 7 /a x 4 7 /8 in. (12.4 x 12.4 cm) 

Page 33 

83.1.95.11 

12. Elfter Gesang I Papst Anastasius I 
Einteilung der weitern Kreise, 1923 
(Eleventh canto / Pope Anastasius / 
Arrangement of further circles) 
5'/4 x 9'/4 in. (13.3x23.5 cm) 

Page 35 
83.1.95.12 

13. Zwolfter Gesang I Dritte Abteilung I 
Siebenter Kreis I Erster Ring / 
Gewalttatige I Chiron, 1923 
(Twelth canto / Third section / 
Seventh circle / First ring / The 
brutal ones / Chiron) 

i2'/s x g'/s in. (30.8 x 23.2 cm) 
Page 37 

83- 1-95- 1.3 

14. Dreizehnter Gesang I Siebenter 
Kreis I Zweiter Ring I Selbstmbrder 
als klagende Bdume, 1923 
(Thirteenth canto / Seventh circle / 
Second ring / Suicides as wailing 
trees) 

5% x 9% in. (13.7 x 23.8 cm) 
Page 41 

83- 1-95- 14 

15. Vierzehnter Gesang I Siebenter 
Kreis I Dritter Ring I Ldsterer I 
Wucherer I Kapaneus, 1923 
(Fourteenth canto / Seventh circle / 
Third ring / Blasphemers / Usurers / 
Capaneus) 

4 7 /8 x 4 7 /a in. (12.4 x 12.4 cm) 
Page 43 

83- 1-95- 15 

16. Fiinfzehnter Gesang I Siebenter 
Kreis I Dritter Ring I Sodomiter I 
Brunetto, Dantes Lehrer, 1923 
(Fifteenth canto / Seventh circle / 
Third ring / Sodomites / Brunetto. 
Dante's teacher) 

5V4 x g 3 /8 in. (13.3 x 23.8 cm) 

Page 45 

83.1.95.16 

17. Sechzehnter Gesang I Dritter Ring I 
Guidoguerra I Rusticucci I Zum 
achten Kreis, 1923 

(Sixteenth canto / Third ring / 
Guidoguerra / Rusticucci / To the 
eighth circle) 

5 3 /s x 9 7 /i6 in. (13.7 x 24.0 cm) 
' Page 47 
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18. Siebzehnter Gesang I Geryon I 
Letzte des dritten Rings I Wucherer I 
Abfahrt, 1923 

(Seventeenth canto / Geryon / Last 

of the third ring / Usurers / 

Departure) 

12% x 9V4 in. (30.8 x 23.5 cm) 

Page 49 

83.1.95.18 

19. Achtzehnter Gesang I Achter Kreis I 
Erste und Zweite Bulge I Kuppler 
und Schmeichler, 1923 
(Eighteenth canto / Eighth circle / 
First and second chasms / Procurers 
and flatterers) 

4% x 4 I5 /i6 in. (12.4 x 12.6 cm) 
Page 53 

831-9519 

20. Neunzehnter Gesang I Achter Kreis I 
Dritte Bulge I Simonisten I Niccolo 
m I Papste, 1923 

(Nineteenth canto / Eighth circle / 
Third chasm / Simoniacs / Nicholas 
in / Popes) 

5V4 x qV, in. (13.4 x 23.5 cm) 
Page 55 

83- 1-95-2° 

21. Zwanzigster Gesang I Achter Kreis I 
Vierte Bulge I Zauberer I Teresias I 
Manto, 1923 

(Twentieth canto / Eighth circle / 

Fourth chasm / Sorcerers / Tiresias / 

Manto) 

i2'/4 x 9 3 /i6 in. (31. 1 x 23.3 cm) 

Page 57 

§3- 1-95-21 

22. Einundzwanzigster Gesang I Achter 
Kreis I Funfte Bulge I Bestechliche, 

1923 

(Twenty-first canto / Eighth circle / 

Fifth chasm / The corrupt) 

5»/4 x g'/4 in. (13.3 x 23.5 cm) 

Page 61 

83-1-95-22 

23. Zweiundzwanzigster Gesang I 
Fortsetzung I Die Teufelshetze, 

1923 

(Twenty-second canto / 
Continuation / Devil's torment) 
5V4 x g 5 /i6 in. (13.3 x 23.7 cm) 
Page 63 

83-1-95-23 

24. Dreiundzwanzigster Gesang I 
Achter Kreis I Sechste Bulge I 
Heuchler I Kaiphas, 1923 
(Twenty-third canto / Eighth circle / 
Sixth chasm / Hypocrites / Caiphas) 
4 7 /8 x 5 in. (12.4 x 12.7 cm) 

Page 65 

83-1-95-24 

25. Vierundzwanzigster Gesang I 
[Achter] Kreis I Siebente Bulge I 
Diebe als Schlangen, 1923 
(Twenty-fourth canto / Eighth circle 
/ Seventh chasm / Thieves as snakes) 
i2'/8 x g'/s in. (30.8 x 23.2 cm) 
Page 67 

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1294 (continued) 

26. Funfundzwanzigster Gesang I 
[Achter] Kreis I Siebente Bulge I 
Die Verwandlung, 1923 
(Twenty-fifth canto / Eighth circle / 
Seventh chasm / Metamorphosis) 
4 7 /s x 4 15 /i6 in. (12.4 x 12.6 cm) 
Page 71 

83.1.95.26 

27. Seehsundzwanzigster Gesang I 
Achter Kreus I Achte Bulge I 
Schlechte Ratgeber, 1923 
(Twenty-sixth canto / Eighth circle / 
Eighth chasm / Evil counselors) 
5 1 /. x gYt in. (13.3 x 23.5 cm) 

Page 73 
83.1.95.27 

28. Siebenundzwanzigster Gesang I 
Guide- von Montefeltro, 1923 
(Twenty-seventh canto / Guido da 
Montefeltro) 

4 7 /s x 5 in. (12.4 x 12.7 cm) 

Page 75 

83.1.95.28 

29. Achtundzwanzigster Gesang I 
Achter Kreis I Neunte Bulge I 
Zwietrachtstifter, 1923 
(Twenty-eighth canto / Eighth circle / 
Ninth chasm / Sowers of schism) 
12V16 x g'/i in. (30.6 x 23.5 cm) 
Page 77 

83- 1-95-29 

30. Neunundzwanzigster Gesang I 
Achter Kreis I Xehnte Bulge I 
Fdlscher I Alchymisten, 1923 
(Twenty-ninth canto / Eighth circle / 
Tenth chasm / Forgers / Alchemists) 
4 15 /i6 x 5'/i6 in. (12.6 x 12.9 cm) 
Page 81 

83-1-95-30 

31. Dreissigster Gesang I Personen- 
Fakcher I Falschmiinzer I Master 
Adam, 1923 

(Thirtieth canto / Falsifiers in deeds / 
Falsifiers in words / Master Adam) 
5'/4 x g 3 /8 in. (13.3 x 23.8 cm) 
Page 83 

83-1-95-31 

32. Einunddreissigster Gesang I Zum 
neunter Kreis I Der Brunnen I Die 
Giganten, 1923 

(Thirty-first canto / To the ninth 
circle / The well / The giants) 
12V8 x gVi in. (30.8 x 23.5 cm) 
Page 8 5 

83-1-95-32 

33. Zweiunddreissigster Gesang I 
Neunter Kreis des ewigen Eises I 
Kaina I Antenora, 1923 
(Thirty-second canto / Ninth circle 
of eternal ice / Caina / Antenora) 
5'/i x 9 1 /., in. (13.3 x 23.5 cm) 
Page 89 

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34. Dreiunddreissigster Gesang I 
Neunter Kreis I Antenora und 
Ptolomda I Verrater, 1923 
(Thirty-third canto / Ninth circle / 
Antenora and Ptolemy / Traitors) 
4 15 /i6 x 5'/8 in. (12.5 x 13.0 cm) 
Page 91 

83- 1-95-34 

35. Vierunddreissigster Gesang I 
Judecca / Erzverrdter /Judas I 
Brutus, 1923 

(Thirty-fourth canto / Judecca / 
Archtraitors / Judas / Brutus) 
i2'/8 x g'/i in. (30.8 x 23.5 cm) 
Page 93 

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1295 

Settler, c. 1912 

(Beggars) 

Lithograph on wove paper 
i6 3 /i6 x n 13 /i6 in. (41. 1 x 30.0 cm) 
From portfolio Sema (Munich: 
Delphin-Verlag, 1912) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 
(101/215) on justification page 
provenance: Karl & Faber, Munich, 
26-28 May 1977, part of lot 1475 
M. 82. 288.383 g 



1297 



1296 

Untitled (city in flames), 1914 
Woodcut on wove paper 
7X4V2 in. (17.7 x 11.4 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 3 (1914): 39; the 
center also has an impression in Zeit- 
Echo 1, no. 10(1915): 151 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
exhibition: Reed under 308 
83. 1.1 187 j 

1297 

Die beiden Veroneser, 1917 
(The Two Gentlemen of Verona) 
Woodcut with brown, aqua, yellow, red, 
and blue watercolor on japan paper 
8 n /i6 x 10V16 in. (22.0 x 25.5 cm) 
From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 
(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 
from edition A (total edition of 200) 
inscription: signed and dated, l.r.; 
numbered (xiv/l) on justification page; 
publisher's blind stamp, l.r. 
PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich: 
purchased in 1972 
exhibition: Reed 336/16 
M. 82.288.384. 16 



Gustav Jagerspacher 



Franz Maria Jansen 

born 1885 Cologne 
died 1958Buchel 



362 



Jansen 



1298 

Die beiden Veroneser, 1917 
(The Two Gentlemen of Verona) 
Woodcut on japan paper 
8"/i6 x io'/i in. (22.0 x 26.0 em) 
From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 
(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 
from edition A 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r.; 
numbered (xiv/l) on justification page; 
publisher's blind stamp, l.r. 
PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1972 
EXHIBITION: Reed 336/35 
M.82.288. 384.35 

1299 

Wintertnarchen, c. 1917 

(The Winter's Tale) 

Woodcut with blue, green, yellow, 

pink, and brown watercolor on japan 

paper 

ll'/s x 8V4 in. (28.3 x 21.0 cm) 

From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 

from edition A (total edition of 200) 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r.; 

numbered (xiv/l) on justification page; 

publisher's blind stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

EXHIBITION: Reed 336/21 

M. 82.288.384.21 

1300 

Wintertnarchen, 1917 

(The Winter's Tale) 

Woodcut on japan paper 

11 x 8 n /i6 in. (28.0 x 22.0 cm) 

From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 

from edition A 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r.; 

numbered (xiv/l) on justification page; 

publisher's blind stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

EXHIBITION: Reed 336/36 

M. 82.288.384.36 

1301 

Landschaft, c. 1918 

(Landscape) 

Drypoint on laid paper 

4V2 x 6 in. (11.4 x 15.3 cm) 

From Zeitschrift fiir bildende Kunst, 

n.s., 30, no. 1/2 (1918-19): following 36 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 

83. 1.968 e 






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1302 

Industrie 1920 

(Industry 1920) 

Portfolio of 10 etchings with drypoint on 

japan paper, plus cover lithograph on 

board 

Published by Fritz Gurlitt Verlag, 

Berlin, 1921; from edition A of 20 on 

japan paper (total edition of 40) 

inscription: each sheet signed, l.r. 

provenance: Warrack & Perkins, 

Enstone, Oxfordshire; purchased in 

1977 
83.1.12 a-k 

1. Industrie 1920, 1921 
(Industry 1920) 
Lithograph on board 

io"/i6 x 17V& in. (27.2 x 43.5 cm) 

Cover 

83.1.12 k 

2. Untitled (frontispiece), 1921 
9 n /i6 x 13% in. (24.5 x 34.9 cm) 
EXHIBITION: Rigby 53 
83.1.12 a 

3. Untitled (workers arriving), 1921 
io'/s x 7 n /i6 in. (25.7 x 19.6 cm) 
EXHIBITION: Rigby 54 

83.1.12 b 

4. Untitled (workers eating), 1921 
7% x 11% in. (19.7 x 29.5 cm) 
EXHIBITION: Rigby 55 
83.1.12 c 

5. Untitled (big machinery), 1921 
9 7 /i6 x I3 u /i6 in. (24.0 x 34.8 cm) 
83. 1.12 d 

6. Untitled (street), 1921 

6'/8 x 9 3 /i6 in. (15.5 x 23.3 cm) 
83.1.12 e 

7. Untitled (women and children), 
1921 

7 x 9 5 /i6 in. (17.8 x 23.7 cm) 
83.1.12 f 

8. Untitled (entrance to house), 1921 
6 5 /s x gVa in. (16.8 x 23.2 cm) 

83. 1.12 g 

9. Untitled (tall factory buildings), 
1921 

9 5 /i6 x 7V16 in. (23.7 x 18.0 cm) 
83.1.12 h 

10. Untitled (field workers), 1921 
8 9 /i6 x 11 in. (21.8 x 28.0 cm) 
EXHIBITION: Rigby 57 
83.1.12 i 

11. Untitled (workers leaving), 1921 
7V4 x 9 9 /i6 in. (18.4 x 24.3 cm) 
EXHIBITION: Rigby 56 
83.I.12J 

1303 

Verjiingungsattest der Gotzenpauke, 

1921 

(Certificate of rejuvenation of the idol's 

drum) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

i3'/i6 x io'/4 in. (33.2 x 26.0 cm) 

PROVENANCE: Galerie Wolfgang 

Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 

came with lot 1154 (not listed in 

catalogue) 

EXHIBITION: Reed 353 

M. 82. 288. 102 



364 



Jansen 



1304 

Aus dem Leben tier Art Klinkert, 

c. 1922 

(From the life of the species Klinkert) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 7 /8 x 4 in. (20.0 x 10.2 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 43/44 (1922): 

628; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 114 b; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1305 

Entwnrffur eine neue Briefmarke, 

c. 1922 

(Study for a new postage stamp) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4V2 x 4% in. (11.5 x 11.7 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 33/34 (1922): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 109 a ^ ' ent by 'he Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1306 

Der Hohn der Ausbeuter, c. 1922 

(The mockery of profiteers) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 9 /i6 x 4% in. (9.0 x 12.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 45/46 (1922): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 115 a ; l en ' by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1307 

Die hiternationale von Genua, c, 1922 

(The internationale of Genoa) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7'/j x 5 9 /i6 in. (18.5 x 14.2 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 19/20 (1922): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 102 a ; ' ent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1308 

Wann reisst den betrogenen "tapferen 

Sohnen" die Geduld? c. 1922 

(When will the betrayed "brave sons" 

lose patience?) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3% x 4 n /i6 in. (8.5 x 11.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 37/38 (1922): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 




1304 



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1307 






1308 



L.84.5. 111 a > ' ent by the Robert Gore 
Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 
California 



Jansen 



365 




1309 






1312 




1313 



1309 

Zeitgenossen, 1922 

(Contemporaries) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

■/Vb x 6Vs in. (20.0 x 15.5 cm) 

From Georg Biermann, ed. , Jahrbuch 

der jungen Kunst (Leipzig: Klinkhardt 

& Biermann, 1922), before p. 317 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed 320/1922.6 

83. 1.800 f 

1310 

Aufruhr, c. 1923 

(Revolt) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6% x 6V4 in. (16.2 x 15.8 cm) 

From Die Aktion 13, no. 12 (1923): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5.127 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1311 

Augenblicklich wird gestorben, c 1923 

(Condemned to immediate death) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5% x 5V2 in. (13.7 x 13.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 13, no. 20 (1923): 

573-74; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 132 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1312 

Hutet euch! c. 1923 

(Beware!) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 15 /i6 x 6 5 /ie in. (15. 1 x 16.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 14, no. 1 (1924): cover; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5. !33 a ; l ent by 'he Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1313 

Die Sieger von Mulheim, c. 1923 

(The conquerors of Miilheim) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5'/4X7in. (13.3 x 17.8 cm) 

From Die Aktion 13, no. 8 (1923): cover; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 12 3 a ; ' ent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



366 



Jansen 



1314 

Der Weg der KPD, c. 1923 

(The way of the KPD) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 3 /i6 x 6% in. (13. 1 x 17. 1 cm) 

From Die Aktion 13, no. 14 (1923): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller. 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 129 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1315 

Die Arbeiterzertreter beschworen die 

Dummen, c. 1924 

(The crushers of the working class 

implore the fools) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8V2 x 6 T /a in. (21.6 x 17.4 cm) 

From Die Aktion 14, no. 3 (1924): 

131-32; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 135 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1316 

"Audi der klassenbewusste Proletarier 
schatzt manchmal den WaMzettel!" 

c. 1924 

("Even the class-conscious proletarian 

sometimes values the ballot!") 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7% x 6 u /i6 in. (19.7 x 17.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 14, no. 3 (1924): 

141—42; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 135 b; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1317 

Ausbeuter im Gliick, c. 1924 

(Successful exploiter) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 9 /i6 x 5 3 /i6 in. (11.6 x 13. 1 cm) 

From Die Aktion 14, no. 9(1924): 

435-36; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 140 b; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1318 

Fur die Ebert i? Co., c. 1924 

(ForEbert&Co.) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 9 /i6 x 4 in. (14.2 x 10.2 cm) 

From Die Aktion 15, no. 1 (1925): 18; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5. !45 b; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 




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1318 



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367 




1319 





1321 



1320 





1323 



1322 



1319 

Hiitet euch, c. 1924 

(Beware) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 13 /i6 x 5 13 /i6 in. (17.3 x 14.8 em) 

From Die Ahtion 14, no. 2 (1924): 

47-48; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 134 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1320 

Ins fiinfzehnte Jahrl Widmungsblatt fiXr 

Die Aktion, c. 1924 

(Into the fifteenth year! Dedication page 

for Die Aktion) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 a /i6 x 5 7 /i6 in. (18.2 x 13.8 cm) 

From Die Aktion 15, no. 1 (1925): cover; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 145 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1321 

Die Parlamentskoche bei der Arbeit, 

c. 1924 

(Parliamentary cooks at work) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5'/2 x 6 15 /i6 in. (14.0 x 17.6 cm) 

From Die Aktion 14, no. 9 (1924): cover; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 1 4° a - l ent by 'he Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1322 

Die selben SPD-Fiihrer heute! c. 1924 

(The same SPD leaders today!) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 x s'/ie in. (15.2 x 12.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 14, no. 12 (1924): 

619-20; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84.5. M3 '; ' ent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1323 

Die SPD-Fiihrer, bevor sie 

emporgehoben waren, c. 1924 

(The SPD leaders before they were 

elevated) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6x5 5 /i6in. (15.3 x 13.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 14, no. 12 (1924): 

617-18; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84.5. M3 h; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



368 



Jansen 



1324 

Die SPD-Carde marschiert zur Wahl, 

c. 1924 

(The SPD guards march to vote) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5V8 x 4 in. (13.0 x 10. 1 cm) 

From Die Aktion 14, no. 12 (1924): 613; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 143 f; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1325 

Wahlbiirger, c. 1924 

(Voting citizens) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6% x 6Vs in. (17.2 x 15.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 14, no. 4 (1924): cover; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84. 5. 136 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1326 

Untitled (man and woman), c. 1924 
Woodcut on wove paper 
5 n /i6 x 4'/2 in. (14.4 x 11.5 cm) 
From Karl Dietz, ed., Schwarzer Greif: 
Ein Almanack aufdasjahr 1925 
(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), p. 61 
provenance: unknown 
83-1 549' 

1327 

Der Parasit, c. 1925 

(The parasite) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 I3 /i6 x 3'/s in. (14.8 x 8.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 15, no. 12 (1925): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5. !56 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1328 

Plakatentwurf zur Prasidentenwahl, 

c 1925 

(Poster design for the presidential 

election) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 15 /i6 x 7V4 in. (15.0 x 18.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 15, no. 3 (1925): cover; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 147 a; l en ' by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 




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1329 

Die Schwerverletzen dem deutschen 

Volk, c. 1925 

(The badly wounded— for the German 

people) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5% x 4% in. (13.7 x 11. 1 cm) 

From Die Ahtion 15, no. 7 (1925): cover; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 151 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1330 

Her mil dem biirgerlichen Stimmzettel! 

c. 1926 

(This way with the citizen's ballot!) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6'/s x 5% in. (15.6 x 14.6 cm) 

From Die Aktion 16, no. 5 (1926): cover; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 158 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1331 

So wird die Welt aussehen bis znm Siege 

des Kommunismus! c. 1927 

(How the world will look until the 

victory of communism!) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 13 /i6 x 5% in. (17.3 x 13.7 cm) 

From Die Aktion 17, no. 1/2 (1927): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 165 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



1332 

Wintertndrchen, c. 1917 

(The Winter's Tale) 

Lithograph on japan paper 

n 13 /i6 x 7 7 /b in. (30.0 x 20.0 cm) 

From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 

from edition A (total edition of 200) 

inscription: signed, l.r.j numbered 

(xiv/l) on justification page; publisher's 

blind stamp, l.r. 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

EXHIBITION: Reed 336/15 

M. 82. 288.384. 15 



Richard Janthur 
born 1883 Zerbst 
died 1956 Berlin 



370 



Janthur 

1333 

Des Capitain Lemuel Gullivers Reise in 
das Land derer Houyhnhnms 

(Captain Lemuel Gulliver's travels in 
the land of the Houyhnhnms) 
Book with 12 full-page lithographs and 
24 vignettes on laid paper 
Illustrations to novel by Jonathan Swift 
(Berlin: Fritz Gurlitt Verlag, 1919); from 
deluxe edition of 50 (total edition of 
150); the center also has a drawing for 
the illustration following page 12 (see 
eat. no. 1336) 

inscription: signed and numbered 
(xvi/l) on justification page; each full- 
page lithograph signed, l.r. 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
exhibition: Reed 182 
83.1.96.1-24 

1. Untitled (title page), 1919 
7"/i6 x 5V4 in. (19.5 x 13.4 cm) 
83.1.96.1 

2. Untitled (Gulliver on land), 1919 
g'/s x 7V2 in. (23.2 x 19. 1 cm) 
Following page 8 

83- 1-96-3 

3. Untitled (Gulliver and two horses), 

1919 

9% x 7 5 /s in. (23.8 x 19.4 cm) 

Following page 12 

See also cat. no. 1336 

83- 1-96-5 

4. Untitled (man, horse, and monkey), 

1919 

g'/s x 7% in. (23.2 x 20.0 cm) 

Following page 18 

83.1.96.7 

5. Untitled (figures and horse), 1919 
g'/i x 7V2 in. (23.5 x 19. 1 cm) 
Following page 20 

83-1-96-9 

6. Untitled (two horses in stable), 1919 
10 x 7% in. (25.4 x 19.7 cm) 
Following page 24 

83.1.96.11 

7. Untitled (nude man and horse), 

1919 

g'/s x 7 5 /s in. (23.2 x 19.4 cm) 

Following page 26 

83.1.96.12 

8. Untitled (wild figures), 1919 
io 5 /i6 x 7 5 /8 in. (26.2 x 19.4 cm) 
Following page 38 
83.1.96.15 

9. Untitled (two nudes in landscape), 

1919 

9 7 /s x 7 in. (25. 1 x 17.8 cm) 

Following page 40 

83.1.96.17 

10. Untitled (man and horses), 1919 
9V4 x 7 13 /i6 in. (23.5 x ig.g cm) 
Following page 48 
83.1.96.20 

11. Untitled (horses and man in boat), 

1919 

gVi x 7V2 in. (23.5 x 19. 1 cm) 

Following page 52 

83.1.96.22 




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12. Untitled (horse at seashore), 1919 
g'/j x 7% in. (23.5 x 19.7 em) 
Following page 60 
83.1.96.24 

1334 

lkarus, c. 1919 

(Icarus) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

5 I5 /i6 x 3V-1 in. (15. 1 x 8.3 cm) 

From Fritz Gurlitt, ed., Almanach auf 

das Jahr 1919 (Berlin: Fritz Gurlitt 

Verlag, 1919), frontispiece 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 13-18 May 1974, part of lot 

4071 

exhibition: Reed 315/2 

83.1.82 a 

1335 

Pantschatantra: Fabeln aus dem 
indischen Liebesleben 

(Pantschatantra: Fables from the Indian 

life of love) 

Book with 10 full-page color lithographs 

and 23 vignettes and initials on laid 

paper 

Illustrations to Indian fables, no. 3 in 

the monographic series Der 

Venuswagen (Berlin: Fritz Gurlitt 

Verlag, 1919); total edition of 700 

inscription: signed and numbered 

(35/40) on justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed 415/3 

83. 1.805 a-gg 

1. Untitled (man surprises lovers), 

1919 

Printed in black, orange, and purple 

7 l /2 x 6 5 /i6 in. (19. 1 x 16. 1 cm) 

Following title page 

83.1.805 a 

2. Untitled (angry nude man in bed), 

1919 

Printed in black, orange, and purple 

8 x 7V2 in. (20.4 x 19.0 cm) 

Following page 12 

83.1.805 f 

3. Untitled (lovers in moonlight), 1919 
Printed in black, green, and yellow 
8% x 6% in. (21.3 x 17.5 cm) 
Following page 20 

83. 1.805 i 

4. Untitled (two lovers), 1919 
Printed in black, green, and yellow 
8% x 5 15 /i6 in. (22.2 x 15.0 cm) 
Following page 28 

83. 1.805 1 

5. Untitled (man under lover's bed), 

1919 

Printed in black, red, and green 

7% x 5 13 /ie in. (19.6 x 14.8 cm) 

Following page 34 

83. 1.805 q 

6. Untitled (man attacks lovers), 1919 
Printed in black, purple, and orange 
8 7 /i6 x 6 u /i6 in. (21.5 x 17.0 cm) 
Following page 36 

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1335 (continued) 

7. Untitled (nude couple under palm 

tree), 1919 

Printed in black, green, and orange 

8 7 /i6 x 5 15 /i6 in. (21.5 x 15.0 cm) 

Following page 38 

83.1.805 w 

8. Untitled (nude woman riding nude 
man), 1919 

Printed in black, yellow, and red 
7 15 /i6 x 6 7 /i6 in. (20.2 x 16.4 cm) 
Following page 40 
83. 1.805 x 

9. Untitled (nude couple with 
animals), 1919 

Printed in black, yellow, and orange 
7 15 /i6 x 5 u /i6 in. (20. 1 x 14.4 cm) 
Following page 42 
83. 1.805 cc 

10. Untitled (three nudes), igig 
Printed in black, orange, and 
purple 

8% x6 in. (21.3 x 15.3 cm) 
Following page 44 
83. 1.805 ff 

1336 

Untitled (Gulliver and two horses), 

c 1919 

Black ink on wove paper 

10V2 x 8'/4 in. (26.7 x 21.0 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: initialed, 1.1. 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1977 

EXHIRITION: Piigby 52 

Study for illustration following page 12 

in a German edition of an episode from 

Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels (cat. 

no. 1333-3) 
M. 82.288.336 

1337 

Vierzehn Cedichte von Rabindranath 

Tagore 

(Fourteen poems by Rabindranath 

Tagore) 

Book with 12 full-page and 32 vignette 

lithographs on laid paper 

Illustrations to poems by Rabindranath 

Tagore (Berlin: Karl Schnabel Verlag, 

1920) 

INSCRIPTION: initialed and numbered 

(118/400) on justification page 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.97.1-44 

1. Untitled (woman and child), 1920 
7"/i6 x 5V8 in. (19.5 x 13. 1 cm) 

83- 1-97-4 

2. Untitled (two nude figures, one 
reclining), 1920 

7 7 /s x 5V2 in. (20.0 x 14.0 cm) 

83-1-97-7 

3. Untitled (two nude male figures), 
1920 

7 15 /ie x s'/s in. (20.2 x 13. 1 cm) 
83.1.97.12 

4. Untitled (woman on terrace), 1920 
8Vs x 5 l /< in. (20.6 x 13.4 cm) 
83-1-97-15 





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Untitled (man and woman 
embracing in garden), 1920 
8V2 x 5 5 /i6 in. (21.6 x 13.5 cm) 
83.1.97.18 

6. Untitled (male figure seated by 
stream), 1920 

7 3 /i6 x 5 5 /i6 in. (18.3 x 13.5 cm) 
83.1.97.23 

7. Untitled (figure reclining on 
terrace), 1920 

8'/j x 5V4 in. (21.0 x 13.4 cm) 
83.1.97.26 

8. Untitled (two figures by the sea), 
1920 

8 x 5'/4 in. (20.3 x 13.4 cm) 

83- 1-97-29 

9. Untitled (nude man and animal), 

1920 

7 5 /8 x s'/s in. (19.5 x 13.0 cm) 

83.1.97.32 

10. Untitled (two nudes embracing), 
1920 

8'/i6 x 5 5 /i6 in. (20.5 x 13.5 cm) 

83-1-97-37 

11. Untitled (reclining figure and 
bird), 1920 

8'/i6 x 5 5 /i6 in. (20.5 x 13.5 cm) 
83.1.97.40 

12. Untitled (two figures and fish), 
1920 

7% x 5 in. (19.3 x 12.8 cm) 
83-1-97-43 

1338 

Frau mit Schakal, c. 1921 
(Woman with jackal) 
Lithograph on laid paper 
4 7 /s x 5 s /8 in. (12.4 x 14.3 cm) 
From deluxe edition of Fritz Gurlitt, 
ed., Das graphischeja.hr (Berlin: Fritz 
Gurlitt Verlag, 1921), facing p. 72 
inscription: signed, I.r.i numbered 
(xiii/l) on justification page 
PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1974 
EXHIBITION: Reed 315/6 (1921) 
83.1.85 c 

1339 

Robinson Crusoe 

Book with 31 color lithographs on japan 

paper 

Illustrations to novel by Daniel Defoe 

(Leipzig: Insel-Verlag, 1922); edition of 

800 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1976 

exhibition: Reed 183 

83.1.98.1-31 

1. Der Hafen von Hull, 1922 
(The harbor of Hull) 

Printed in black, green, and orange 
8V4 x 5 5 /8 in. (21.0 x 14.3 cm) 
Before page 5 
83.1.98.1 

2. Der Schiffbruch, 1922 
(The shipwreck) 

Printed in black, yellow, and violet 
8 l A x 6 in. (21.0 x 15.2 cm) 
Following page 8 
83.1.98.2 



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1339 (continued) 

3. Die Wellen tragen Robinson ans 
Land, 1922 

(The waves carry Robinson to land) 
Printed in black, blue, and green 
5% x 8% in. (13.7 x 21.3 cm) 
Following page 12 

83- 1-98.3 

4. Robinson klammert sich an den 
Felsen an, 1922 

(Robinson clings to the rock) 

Printed in black, grayish blue, and 

rose 

9 x 5V2 in. (22.9 x 14.0 cm) 

Following page 16 

83.1.98.4 

5. Robinson findet eine Quelle, 1922 
(Robinson finds a well) 

Printed in black, blue, and rust 
8 x 5'/2 in. (20.3 x 14.0 cm) 
Following page 20 

83.1.98.5 

6. Die erste Naeht aufdem Raum, 
1922 

(The first night in the tree) 
Printed in black, violet, and yellow 
8Vs x 5V2 in. (20.7 x 14.0 cm) 
Following page 24 
83.1.98.6 

7. Robinson besucht mit dem Floss das 
Wrack, 1922 

(Robinson visits the wreckage with 
the raft) 

Printed in black, green, and brown 
8 x 5 '/a in. (20.3 x 14.0 cm) 
Following page 28 

83.1.98.7 

8. Robinsons Krankheit, 1922 
(Robinson's illness) 

Printed in black, blue, and rose 
8% x 6 in. (21.3 x 15.2 cm) 
Following page 32 
83.1.98.8 

9. Im Walde, 1922 
(In the forest) 

Printed in black, yellow, and green 
8V4 x 5% in. (21.0 x 13.7 cm) 
Following page 36 
83.1.98.9 

10. Die Regenzeit, ig22 
(The rainy season) 

Printed in black, blue, and green 
8'/8 x 5% in. (20.7 x 14.6 cm) 
Following page 40 
83.1.98.10 

11. Robinson in seiner Hiitte, 1922 
(Robinson in his hut) 
Printed in black, gold, and rose 
8V4 x 5% in. (21.0 x 14.6 cm) 
Following page 44 
83.1.98.11 

12. Robinson fallt einen Raum, 1922 
(Robinson fells a tree) 

Printed in black, blue, and green 
8 x 5% in. (20.3 x 14.6 cm) 
Following page 48 
83.1.98.12 





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13. Robinson baut ein Boot, 1922 
(Robinson builds a boat) 
Printed in black, blue, and rose 
8'/8 x 5% in. (20.7 x 14.3 cm) 
Following page 50 
83.1.98.13 

14. Aufder Fahrt urn die lnsel, 1922 
(On the trip around the island) 
Printed in black, green, and orange 
8 x 5% in. (20.3 x 14.3 cm) 
Following page 52 

83.1.98.14 

15. Robinson und seine Tiere, 1922 
(Robinson and his animals) 
Printed in black, blue, and rose 
8'/8 x 5V2 in. (20.7 x 14.0 cm) 
Following page 54 
83.1.98.15 

16. Robinson erschrickt vor der 
Fussspur, 1922 

(Robinson alarmed by the footprint) 
Printed in black, yellow, and green 
8 x 5% in. (20.3 x 13.7 cm) 
Following page 56 
83.1.98.16 

17. Robinson hort in der Nacht einen 
Kanonensehuss und ziindet ein 
Fewer an, 1922 

(Robinson hears a cannon shot in 
the night and lights a fire) 
Printed in black, rose, and gold 
8 x 5V2 in. (20.3 x 14.0 cm) 
Following page 60 
83.1.98.17 

18. Ein Schiff, 1922 
(A ship) 

Printed in black, green, and yellow 
SVs x 5% in. (20.7 x 14.3 cm) 
Following page 64 
83.1.98.18 

19. Robinson sieht die Kahne der 
Wilden, 1922 

(Robinson sees the boats of the 

savages) 

Printed in black, yellow, and green 

7% x 5 7 /8 in. (19.4 x 14.9 cm) 

Following page 68 

83.1.98.19 

20. Der Tanz der Wilden, 1922 
(The dance of the savages) 
Printed in black, blue, and rose 
8% x 5% in. (21.3 x 14.3 cm) 
Following page 72 
83.1.98.20 



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1339 (continued) 

21. Errettung Freitags aus den Handen 
der Wilden, 1922 

(Friday's rescue from the hands of 

the savages) 

Printed in black, green, and red 

8'/s x 5% in. (20.7 x 14.6 cm) 

Following page 76 

83.1.98.21 

22. Robinson und Freitag im Walde, 
1922 

(Robinson and Friday in the forest) 
Printed in black, yellow, and green 
8V2 x 5% in. (21.6 x 14.6 cm) 
Following page 80 
83.1.98.22 

23. Robinson erzahlt Freitag von 
England, 1922 
(Robinson tells Friday about 
England) 

Printed in black, yellow, and green 
8 x 5Vi in. (20.3 x 13.3 cm) 
Following page 84 
83.1.98.23 

24. Freitags Vater und der Spanier 
fahren ab, 1922 

(Friday's father and the Spaniard 

depart) 

Printed in black, blue, and rose 

8'/4 x 5V2 in. (21.0 x 14.0 cm) 

Following page 88 

83.1.98.24 

25. Die Befreiung des Kapitiins, 1922 
(The liberation of the captain) 
Printed in black, blue, and rose 

8 x 5'/2 in. (20.3 x 14.0 cm) 
Following page 90 

§3- 1-98-25 

26. Robinson und Freitag fahren ab, 
1922 

(Robinson and Friday depart) 
Printed in black, brown, and blue 
8% x 5V2 in. (21.3 x 14.0 cm) 
Following page 92 
83.1.98.26 

27. Die Zuriickbleibenden sehen der 
Abfahrt zu, 1922 

(The survivors watch the departure) 
Printed in black, blue, and brown 
8% x 5% in. (21.3 x 14.3 cm) 
Following page 96 
83.1.98.27 

28. Die Abfahrt des Schiffes, 1922 
(The departure of the ship) 
Printed in black, green, and blue 
8'/2x 5V2 in. (21.6 x 14.0 cm) 
Following page 98 
83.1.98.28 

29. Das Schiff auf der Heimreise, 1922 
(The ship on the journey home) 
Printed in black, blue, and rose 
8'/i x 5V2 in. (21.0 x 14.0 cm) 
Following page 100 
83.1.98.29 





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30. Robinson sieht seine Insel wieder, 
1922 

(Robinson sees his island again) 
Printed in black, rose, and gold 
8% x 5% in. (21.3 x 14.6 cm) 
Following page 102 
83.1.98.30 

31. Robinsons Insel, 1922 
(Robinson's island) 

Printed in black, brown, and green 
7% x 5 5 /8 in. (19.7 x 14.3 cm) 
Following page 104 
83.1.98.31 

1340 

Tamango 

Book with 7 lithographs on J. W. 

Zanders paper 

Illustrations to novel by Prosper 

Merimee (Berlin: Franz Schneider 

Verlag, 1922) 

INSCRIPTION: each sheet signed, l.r.; 

signed and numbered (42/200) on 

justification page 

provenance: Karl Hammerschlag (ex 

libris on cover); Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1979 

83. 1.752 a-g 

1. Untitled (nude couple), 1922 
8% x 5% in. (21.3 x 13.7 cm) 
Following page 8 
83.1.752 a 

2. Untitled (man in rowboat), 1922 
8V4 x 6'/s in. (21.0 x 15.6 cm) 
Following page 10 

83.1.752 b 

3. Untitled (fight), 1922 

8 5 /8 x 6 5 /s in. (21.9 x 16.8 cm) 
Following page 20 
83.1.752 c 

4. Untitled (figures on deck), 1922 
8% x 5% in. (22.2 x 14.6 cm) 
Following page 22 

83.1.752 d 

5. Untitled (figures overboard), 1922 
7 7 /8 x 6 5 /s in. (20.0 x 16.8 cm) 
Following page 24 

83. 1.752 e 

6. Untitled (two nudes), 1922 
8 x 5V4 in. (20.7 x 13.3 cm) 
Following page 26 

83. 1.752 f 

7. Untitled (seated nude native), 1922 
8% x 6 in. (21.3 x 15.2 cm) 
Endpiece 

83- 1-752 g 



378 



Jawlensky 



Alexej von Jawlensky 

born 1864 Kuslowo 
Torschok, Russia 

died 1941 
Wiesbaden 



1341 

Kopfe 

(Heads) 

Portfolio of 6 lithographs on japan paper 

First portfolio published by 

Nassauischer Kunstverein, Neues 

Museum, Wiesbaden, 1922; from 

deluxe edition of 20 on japan paper 

(total edition of 100) 

inscription: each sheet signed, 1.1., 

and numbered (19/20), l.r. 

PROVENANCE: Carus Gallery, New York; 

purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed 211 A- F 

M. 82. 288. 103 a-f 

1. Kopf, 1922 
(Head) 

i2 5 /ie x 7V4 in. (31.3 x 18.5 cm) 
exhibition: Reed 211 A 
M82.288.103a 

2. Kopf, 1922 
(Head) 

n 5 /8 x 7 n /i6 in. (29.5 x 19.5 cm) 
exhibition: Reed 211 B 
M. 82. 288. 103 b 

3. Kopf, 1922 
(Head) 

11 x 9 7 /ie in. (28.0 x 24.0 cm) 
exhibition: Reed 211 C 
M. 82. 288. 103 c 

4. Kopf, 1922 
(Head) 

11Y4 x 9 7 /i6 in. (28.5 x 24.0 cm) 
exhibition: Reed 211 D 
M. 82.288. 103 d 

5. Kopf, 1922 
(Head) 

i2 3 /i6 x 8'/i6 in. (31.0 x 20.5 cm) 
exhibition: Reed 211 E 
M. 82. 288. 103 e 

6. Kopf, 1922 
(Head) 

11% x 8 n /i6 in. (29. 5 x 22.0 cm) 
exhibition: Reed 211 F; Chipp 58 
M. 82.288. 103 f 



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Untitled (old man and Pegasus), c. 1902 

Woodcut on laid paper 

5 s /is x 5'/s in. (14. 1 x 13.0 cm) 

From Wiener Secession: Katalog der 

vierzehnten Ausstellung der Vereini- 

gung bildender Kiinstler Osterreichs, 

exh. cat. (Vienna: Wiener Secession, 

1902), p. 8 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

28-29 May 1974, part of lot 2031 

exhibition: Reed under 241/1 

83.1.610 a 

1343 

Untitled (piper), c. 1902 

Woodcut on laid paper 

5 9 /ie x 5V8 in. (14. 1 x 13.0 cm) 

From Wiener Secession: Katalog der 

vierzehnten Ausstellung der Vereini- 

gung bildender Kiinstler Osterreichs, 

exh. cat. (Vienna: Wiener Secession, 

1902), p. 49 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

28-2g May 1974, part of lot 2031 

exhibition: Reed under 241/1 

83.1.610 i 



Rudolf Jettmar 



born 1869 
Zawodzie, Poland 



died 1939 Vienna, 
Austria 



1344 

Kaiser Franz Joseph 1, c. 1914 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8 x 5V2 in. (20.4 x 13.9 cm) 

From Internationale Ausstellung fiir 

Buchgewerbe und Graphik, exh. cat. 

(Leipzig: Osterreichisehes Haus, 1914 

frontispiece 

PROVENANCE: unknown 

83.1.429 a 



Moritz Jung 

born 1885 Mikolow, 
Poland 

died 1915Galicia 



1343 




380 



Kaiser 



U. Kaiser 




; ' S^te % 



1345 

Kirche bei Arras, 1915 

(Church near Arras) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

14% x g 15 /i6 in. (37.5 x 25.2 cm) 

From Kriegsze.it, no. 64/65 (1916): 7 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/140 

83.1.1461 g 





1347 



Leopold von 
Kalckreuth 

born 1855 
Dusseldorf 

died 1928 



1346 

Heimkehr, c. 1898 

(Returning home) 

Lithograph printed in blue and rust on 

wove paper 

7V4 x 7 l A in. (19.0 x 19.0 cm) 

From Pan 3, no. 4 (1898): following 234 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

reference: Dennerlein 1802 

Not illustrated 

83- 1- 1355 k 

1347 

Ninnenei und Muhme, c. 1899 
(Ninnenei and aunt) 
Mezzotint on wove paper 
gVi x 7V2 in. (24.2 x 19. 1 cm) 
From Pan 5, no. 3 (1899): before 133 
provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 
reference: Dennerlein 2496 
83.1.1359 a 

1348 

Aufder Tenne, c. 1904 

(On the threshing floor) 

Etching printed in brown on laid paper 

5V2 x 7V4 in. (13.9 x 18.5 cm) 

From Kunst und Kunstler 3, no. 3 

(1904): 92 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1223 a 

1349 

Kartoffelernte, c. 1910 

(Potato harvest) 

Etching printed in brown on wove 

paper 

5 7 /s x 7"/i6 in. (14.9 x 19.5 cm) 

From Kunst und Kunstler 9, no. 5 

(1911): before 217 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1229 a 



it 



i 



1349 




1348 




iPffl 







Kampmann 



381 




#tWf Is 




1351 




1353 





1352 




1354 



1350 

Fasanenjagd, c. lgn 

(Pheasant hunt) 

Etching on wove paper 

7 9 /i6 x 5% in. (19.2 x 13.7 cm) 

From Kunst und Kunstler 9, no. 11 

(1911): 564 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1229 e 

1351 

Bildnuise 1: Gotz von Berlichingen, 
1916 

(Portraits 1: Gotz von Berlichingen) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

n 9 /i6 x 8 3 /i6 in. (29.3 x 20.8 em) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 1 (1916): : 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

EXHIBITION: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.2 



1352 

Untitled (standing soldier), 1914 
Lithograph on wove paper 
13V4 x 8'/s in. (33.6 x 20.6 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 1 (1914): 2 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/141 
83.1.1400 b 

1353 

Erinnentng an die ersten Attgusttage, 

c 1915 

(Remembrance of the first days of 

August) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

I2 13 /i6 x g'/ie in. (32.5 x 24.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 25 (1915): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/142 

83.1.1423 d 

1354 

Neue Siegesblatter, c. 1915 

(New victor)' sheets) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

7 u /i6 x 8 7 /i6 in. (195 x 21.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 38 (1915): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/143 

83.1.1436 b 



1355 

Steigende Nebel, c. 1896 

(Rising fog) 

Lithograph on green wove paper 

9 15 /i6 x 7'/i6 in. (25.2 x 18.0 cm) 

From Pan 2, no. 3 (1896): following 204 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

REFERENCE: Dennerlein 1100 

8311353 b 



Arthur Kampf 

born 1864 Aachen 
died 1939 Berlin 



Gustav Kampmann 

born 1859 Boppard 

died 1917 
Godesberg 



382 



Kampmann 



Wassily Kandinsky 

born 1866 Moscow, 
Russia 

died 1944 Neuilly- 
sur-Seine, France 



1356 

Thahnuhle, c. 1898 

(Valley mill) 

Lithograph printed in beige, dark blue, 

and lime green on wove paper 

8 7 /i6 x Q 15 /in in. (21.4 x 17.6 cm) 

From Pan 4, no. 3 (1898): following 188 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

REFERENCE: Dennerlein 2138 

83.1.13S7CI 

1357 

Balltvolken, c. 1899 

(Gathering clouds) 

Lithograph printed in black and tan on 

greenish laid paper 

g% x 5 13 /i6 in. (23.8 x 14.8 cm) 

From Pan 5, no. 3 (1899): following 148 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

REFERENCE: Dennerlein 2506 

83.1.1359 b 





1357 



1358 

Ankunft der Kaufleute, 1903 

(Arrival of the merchants) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

2% x 6Vt in. (7.0 x 15.8 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 129 (1912): 158 

(as 1906) 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Roethel 19 II 

83.1.1391.26 

1359 

Gebirgssee, 1903 

(Mountain lake) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

3% x 5 3 /i in. (8.6 x 14.6 cm) 

From portfolio Gedichte ohne Worte 

(Moscow, 1903), pi. 4 

provenance: Sotheby's, London, 27 

January 1975, lot 83 

reference: Roethel 15 1 

EXHIBITION: Reed 157; Barton 44 

M. 82. 288. 105 

1360 

Katze, 1907 

(Cat) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

2 n /i6 x 6'/i in. (6.8 x15.8 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 129 (1912): 159 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1391,28 

1361 

Schalmei, 1907 

(Shawm) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4V4 x 6 3 /i6 in. (10.8 x 15.7 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 129 (1912): 158 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1980 

REFERENCE: Roethel 54 

83.1.1391.27 





1359 




Kandinsky 



383 





1362 





1364 



1363 




1362 

Sitzendes Mddchen, 1907 

(Seated girl) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 7 /8 x 5% in. (9.8 x 13.7 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 129 (1912): 159 

(as 1906) 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Roethel 67 (as 1906) 

83.1.1391.29 

1363 

Der Spiegel, 1907 

(The mirror) 

Linoleum cut printed in black, 

burgundy, pink, green, yellow, and blue 

on japan paper 

12% x 6'/i in. (32.4 x 15.9 cm) 

inscription: signed, l.r.; inscribed 

"Spiegel (Holzschnitt)," 1.1. 

provenance: Mrs. Robert S. Benjamin; 

Dr. and Mrs. Hans Kleinschmidt, New 

York; Kornfeld & Klipstein, Bern, 15 

June 1972, lot 451 

reference: Roethel 49 (this impression 

cited) 

EXHIBITION: Reed 159 

M. 82.288. 106 

1364 

Mitgliedskarte der Neuen 

Kiinstlervereinigung Miinchen, 1908-9 

(Membership card for the Neue 

Kiinstlervereinigung Miinchen) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 13 /i6 x 5 n /i6 in. (12.3 x 14.4 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 129 (1912): 160 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in ig82 

reference: Roethel 78 

83.1.1391.30 

1365 

Holzschnitt fur den "Sturm" 1910 

(Woodcut for Der Sturm) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4'/i6 x 7% in. (10.4 x 19.7 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 129 (1912): 157 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Roethel 80 

83.1.1391.25 



384 



Kandinsky 



1366 

Holzschnitt fur den Almanack "Der 

blaue Reiter," 1911 

(Woodcut for the almanac Der blaue 

Reiter) 

Woodcut (electrotype) printed in red, 

blue, and black on cardboard 

11 x 8 5 /ie in. (27.9 x 21. 1 cm) 

From Wassily Kandinsky and Franz 

Marc, eds., Der blaue Reiter, 2d ed. 

(Munich: R. Piper & Co., 1914), cover; 

edition of 100 (first edition of 1,260) 

PROVENANCE: gift from J. B. Kugelman 

to W. L. Phelps, 1914 (manuscript 

inscription, inside cover); M. J. Rover 

Bookshop, Los Angeles; purchased in 

1972 

reference: Roethel 141 HI 

exhibition: Reed 160; Tuchman and 

Barron 84 

83.1.105 a 

1367 

Uber das Geistige in der Kunst 

(Concerning the spiritual in art) 
Book with 1 1 woodcuts on laid paper 
Illustrations to second edition of text by 
Kandinsky (Munich: R. Piper & Co., 
1912). The center also has a copy of the 
third edition (minus the cover), also 
published by Piper in 1912, and a copy 
of the English edition, published as The 
Art of Spiritual Harmony, trans. M.T. H. 
Sadler (London: Constable & Co., 
1914). The latter is accompanied by a 
1939 letter from Kandinsky to the book s 
former owner Merle Armitage 
provenance: M. J. Rover Bookshop, 
Los Angeles; purchased before 1977 
reference: Roethel 82-92 
exhibition: Reed 161; Tuchman and 
Barron 83 a 
83.1.103 a-k 

1. Stehender und stiirzender Turm mit 
Reiter, 1911 

(Standing and falling tower with 

rider) 

Printed in green 

4 5 /i6 x 4% in. (10. g x 12.0 cm) 

Cover; from the third edition 

REFERENCE: Roethel 82 

83.1.103 k 

2. Dem Andenken an Elisabeth 
Tichejeff gewidmet ', 1911 
(Dedicated to the memory of 
Elisabeth Tichejeff) 

4% x 15 /i6 in. (11.7 x 2.4 cm) 
Following title page 

REFERENCE: Roethel 83 

83.1.103 a 

3. Vignette bei "Einleitung," 1911 
(Vignette with "Introduction") 
2 x 3% in. (5. 1 x 9.2 cm) 

Page 3 

reference: Roethel 84 

83.1.103 b 



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1366 



KANDINSKY 


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DAS GEISTIGE * 
IN DER KUNST 

DBITTE AUFLHae 




1367-2 



1367-3 





1367-5 



Kandinsky 



385 





1367-8 






1367-10 



4. Reitermotiv in ovaler Form, 1911 
(Rider motif in ova] form) 

2% x 2 15 /i6 in. (6.6 x 7.5 cm) 
Page 11 

REFERENCE: Roethel 85 
83.1.103 c 

5. Liegendes Paar> 1911 
(Reclining couple) 

i 9 /i6 x 4% in. (4.0 x 12.4 cm) 
Page 18 

reference: Roethel 86 
83.1.103 d 

6. Vignette bei "Pyramide" 1911 
(Vignette with "Pyramid") 
2 9 /i6 x 2 13 /i6 in. (6.5 x 7. 1 cm) 
Page 36 

REFERENCE: Roethel 87 
83.1.1036 

7. Vignette bei "Wirkung der Farbe" 
1911 

(Vignette with "The effect of color") 
i 5 /s x 4 ! yi6 in. (4. 1x12.3 cm ) 
Page 43 

REFERENCE: Roethel 88 
83.1.103 f 

8. Vignette bei "Formen und 
Farbenspraehe," 1911 
(Vignette with "The language of 
form and color") 

4% x 1 in. (11.8 x 2.5 cm) 

Page 50 

REFERENCE: Roethel 89 

83.1. 103 g 

9. Vignette bei "Theorie" 191 1 

(Vignette with "Theory") 
3 7 /s x i 9 /ie in. (9.9 x 4.0 cm) 
Page 96 

REFERENCE: Roethel 90 
83.1.103 b 

10. Vignette bei "Kunstwerk und 
Kiinstler" 1911 

(Vignette with "Art and artists") 

2 x 3 n /i6 in. (5.0 x 9.3 cm) 

Page 114 

REFERENCE: Roethel 91 

83.1.1031 

11. Liegender weiblicher Akt, 1911 
(Reclining female nude) 

15 /i6 x 4V2 in. (2.4 x 11. 5 cm) 
Page 121 

REFERENCE: Roethel 92 
83.1. 103 j 




1367-11 



1367-9 



386 



Kandinsky 



1368 

Klange 

(Sounds) 

Book with 25 full-page (12 in color) and 

31 vignette woodcuts on Van Gelder 

paper 

Illustrations to poems by Kandinsky 

(Munich: R. Piper & Co., 1913); total 

edition of 345 

INSCRIPTION: signed and numbered 

(65/300) on justification page 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

REFERENCE: Roethel 71-74, 85; 

95-140, 142-46 

exhibition: Reed 162; Barton 47 

83.1.102.1-56 

1. ZweiReiter vorRot, 1911 

(Two riders against red background) 
Printed in yellow, red, blue, and 
black 

4'/s x 6 3 /i6 in. (10.5 x 15.7 cm) 
The center also has a signed proof 
pulled after the publication of the 
1913 edition and before the 
publication of the 1938 reprint 
edition, as well as a posthumous 
impression from XXe siecle 27 
(December 1966): following 16 
reference: Roethel 95 1 
83.1.102.1 

2. Komposition 2, 1911 
(Composition 2) 

5 7 /sx 8V4 in. (15.0 x 21.0 cm) 
reference: Roethel 97 1 
83.1.102.3 

3. Lyrisches, 1911 
(Lyrical) 

Printed in yellow, red, blue, and 

black 

5"/i6X 8V2 in. (14.5 x 21.6 cm) 

reference: Roethel 98 I 

83.1.102.5 

4. Zwei Franen in Mondlandschaft, 
1911 

(Two women in moonlit landscape) 
Printed in violet, green, and black 
3 7 /i6 x 4 n /i6 in. (8.8 x 11.9 cm) 
reference: Roethel 100 1 
83.1.102.7 

5. Variation nach Improvisation zi s 
1911 

(Variation after Improvisation 21) 
4V2 x 5 7 /i6 in. (11.5 x 13.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Roethel 101 
83.1.102.8 

6. Motiv aus Improvisation 25, 1911 
(Motif from Improvisation 25) 
8 9 /i6 x 8 5 /s in. (21.7 x 21.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Roethel 105 
83.1.102.13 

7. Orientalisches, ign 
(Oriental) 

Printed in yellow, red, and blue 
tfA x 7V2 in. (12.4 x 19.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Roethel 106 II 

83.1.102.15 





1368-1 



1368-2 





1368-3 



1368-4 





1368-5 



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1368-7 






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1368-15 



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1368-18 



1368-17 




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8. 



387 



Drci Reiter in Rot, Blau und 

Schwarz, 1911 

(Three riders in red, blue, and 

black) 

Printed in red, blue, and black 

8 9 /i6 x 8 3 /i in. (21.7 x 22.2 cm) 

REFERENCE: Roethel 107 I 

83.1.102.16 

9. Reiterweg, 1911 
(Riding path) 

6 7 /i6 x 8V4 in. (16.3 x 21.0 cm) 
reference: Roethel 1111 
83.1.102.21 

10. Weisser Klang, 1911 
(White sound) 

Printed in violet, orange, blue, and 

black 

3 7 /i6 x 3 13 /i6 in. (8.8 x 9.7 cm) 

REFERENCE: Roethel 113 III 

83.1.102.23 

11. Kahnfahrt, 1911 
(Boat trip) 

Printed in red, dark violet, and 

black 

8 5 /s x 8"/i6 in. (22.0 x 22. 1 cm) 

REFERENCE: Roethel 115 1 

83.1.102.25 

12. Improvisation 4, 1911 

5% x 7'/i6 in. (14.6 x 17.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Roethel 117 I 
83.1.102.27 

13. Schwarzer Fleck, 1912 
(Black spot) 

6% x 8 7 /i6 in. (16.9 x 21.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Roethel 145 
83.1.102.30 

14. Berge, 1911 
(Mountains) 

Printed in yellow, red, and blue 
4 u /i6 x 6 15 /i6 in. (11.9 x 17.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Roethel 122 II 
83.1.102.32 

15. Improvisation j, 1911 

7V2 x 4% in. (19.0 x 12.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Roethel 124 
83.1.102.34 

16. Apfelbaum, 1911 
(Apple tree) 

Printed in yellow, green, and blue 
3 15 /i6 x 3 15 /i6 in. (10.0 x 10.0 cm) 
reference: Roethel 126 11 
83.1.102.36 

17. Improvisation ig, 1911 

5 7 /s x 7% in. (15.0 x 18.5 cm) 
reference: Roethel 127 1 
83.1.102.37 

18. Improvisation 1, 1911 

5 7 /i6 x 4 9 /i6 in. (13.8 x 11.6 cm) 
reference: Roethel 128 I 
83. 1.102.38 

19. Jiingster Tag, 1912 
(Judgment Day) 

6 7 /i6 x 8 5 /i6 in. (16.4 x 21.2 cm) 
REFERENCE: Roethel 146 
83.1.102.42 



388 



Kandinsky 



1368 (continued) 

20. Allerheiligen, 1911 

(All Saints' Day) 

Printed in yellow, red, and blue 

8 s /s x 8 9 /ie in. (22.0 x 21.8 cm) 

REFERENCE: Roethel 131 I 

83.1.102.45 

21. Tiiuflinge, 1911 
(The baptized) 

3 7 /s x 5 5 /ie in. (9.9 x 13.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Roethel 132 
83.1.102.46 

22. Landschaft mit Figuren und 
Kruzifix, 1911 
(Landscape with figures and 
crucifix) 

Printed in orange, blue, and black 
3 13 /i6 x 3 13 /i6 in. (9. 7 x 9. 7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Roethel 134 II b 
83.1.102.48 

23. Motiv mis Improvisation 10, 1911 
(Motif from Improvisation 10) 
5 13 /i6 x 7% in. (14.8 x 18.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Roethel 135 I 
83.1.102.49 

24. Landschaft mit aufrechter weisser 
Figur, 1911 

(Landscape with erect white figure) 
5'/4 x 4'/ie in. (13.3 x 10.3 cm) 
reference: Roethel 1361 
83.1.102.50 

25. Grosse Auferstehung, 1911 
(Great resurrection) 

Printed in red, violet, and black 
8 5 /s x 8 9 /w in. (21.9 x 21.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Roethel 138 II b 
83.1.102.52 

1369 

Postkarte fur die Bauhaus-Ausstellung, 

1923 

(Postcard for the Bauhaus exhibition) 

Lithograph printed in red, blue, and 

black on heavy card 

5% x 3 9 /i6 in. (13.7 x 9.0 cm) 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

91/ 

REFERENCE: Roethel 179 

M. 82.288. 104 

1370 

Vnbenannter Holzschnitt, 1924 

(Untitled woodcut) 

Woodcut on heavy oatmeal paper 

$ 7 /a x 7 7 /8 in. (15.0 x 20.0 cm) 

From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe in 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1924); 

edition of 100 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

^-^ November 1979, part of lot 2779 

REFERENCE: Roethel 181 

EXHIBITION: Reed 317/44 

M. 82.288.379 i 





1368-21 



1368-20 





1368-23 




BAU- 
HAUS 





WEIMAR 



JULI -SEPTEMBER 1923. 
45 



1369 



Kassak 



389 





1371 





1374 



1373 




1375 



1371 

Holzschnitt fur Editions Cahiers d'Art, 

*93° 

(Woodcut for Editions Cahiers d'Art) 
Woodcut printed in black, yellow, and 
red on Velin de Torpes paper 
8 n /i6 x 4 5 /i6 in. (22.0 x 11.0 cm) 
From Will Grolimann, Kandinshy 
(Paris: Editions Cahiers d'Art, 1930), 
frontispiece; edition of 610 
provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1973 

REFERENCE: Roethel 193 

83- 1-374 a 



1372 

Klausen, c. 1921 

Lithograph on wove paper 

nVi x g'/i in. (28.5 x 23.5 cm) 

From Genius 3, no. 2 (1921): following 

322 

provenance: M. J. Royer Bookshop, 

Los Angeles; purchased about 1970-72 

exhibition: Reed 275/16 

83.1.817 b 

1373 

Untitled (city), 1924 
Lithograph on wove paper 
8% x 6 9 /ie in. (21.9 x 16.6 cm) 
From Richard Hamann and Fritz 
Herbert Lehr, eds., Marburger 
Jahrbuch fur Kunstwissenschaft, vol. 1 
(Marburg: Verlag des kunstgeschieht- 
lichen Seminars der Universitat 
Marburg, 1924), before p. 285; edition 
of 500 

PROVENANCE: Biicherei Verlag Kurt 
Desch, Munich (ex libris); Hartung & 
Karl, Munich, 13 November 1979, part 
of lot 2958 
83.1.785 c 



1374 

Portrdt des Genossen Erieh Miiksam, 

c. 1920 

(Portrait of comrade Erich Miihsam) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 15 /is x 3 7 /i6 in. (10.0 x 8.7 cm) 

From Die Aktion 11, no. 3/4 (1921): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 89 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



1375 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1922 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
7'/i6 x 5 u /i6 in. (18.0 x 14.4 cm) 
From Der Sturm 13, no. 11 (1922): 167; 
the image also appears on the cover 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
8.3- 1- 1395- 17 



Alexander Kanoldt 



born 1881 
Karlsruhe 



died 1939 Berlin 



Eugen Maria Karpf 



Lajos (Ludwig) Kassak 

born 1887 
Ersekujvar, Hungary 

died 1967 
Budapest. Hungary 



390 



Kassak 



Maria Katzgrau 



Julius Kaufmann 

born 1885 Altkirch 



1376 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1924 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

8 7 /s x 6 in. (22.5 x 15.2 cm) 

From Der Sturm 15, no. 2 (1924): 53 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 19S2 

83.1.1396.9 

1377 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1924 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

7V16 x 6 3 /i6 in. (18.0 x 15.7 cm) 

From Der Sturm 15, no. 2 (1924): 57 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1396.10 
























53 
















Hermann Katelhon 1378 

Die drei Buchen, c. 191 1 

born Hofgeismar (The three beeches) 

Etching on laid paper 

died 1940 Munich 8 7 /s x i2 5 /s in. (22.5 x 32.0 cm) 

From Zeitschrifl fur bildende Kunst, 
n.s., 22, no. 2 (1911): before 25 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 
83.1.965 b 



1376 



1377 



1379 

Job, c. 1934 

Woodcut on japan paper 

6V4 x 5 n /i6 in. (15.8 x 14.4 cm) 

From portfolio Holzschnitte 

niederrheinischer Kunstler (Krefeld: 

Felt Verlag, 1934); possibly from edition 

of 35 (see remarks under cat. no. 277) 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.16 e 




1378 



1380 

Friedenssehnsueht, c. 1918 

(Desire for peace) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 x 3 7 /i6 in. (12.7 x 8.7 cm) 

From Die Ahtion 8, no. 31/32 (1918): 

409; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1. 1538 f 

1381 

Hiinde, c. 1918 

(Hands) 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

4 x 3 5 /i6 in. (10.2 x 8.4 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 39/40 (1918): 

516; not identified as an original 

linoleum cut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5.80 j; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 





1380 



1379 





1381 



Kaus 



391 





1383 





1385-4 




1385-1 




1385-3 




1382 

Untitled (sunrise), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 9 /i6 x 3 9 /i6 in. (9.0 x 9.0 cm) 

From Die Ahtion 9, no. 23/24 (1919): 

396; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83- 1-1553 c 



1383 

Untitled (head of a man), 1917 
Woodcut on laid paper 
6 9 /i6 x 5 in. (16.7 x 12.7 cm) 
From Der Weg 1, no. 4 (1919): 5 
provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1976 
exhibition: Reed under 305 
83.1.1216 c 

1384 

Madchenkopf, c. 1919 

(Head of a girl) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9 13 /i6 x 4 I5 /i6 in. (24.9 x 12.5 cm) 

From Die rote Erde 1, no. 8/10 (1920): 

289 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 298 

83. 1.972 j 

1385 

Die Sage von Sankt Julian deni < 
Gastfreien 

(The legend of Saint Julian the 

hospitable) 

Book with 12 lithographs on wove paper 

Illustrations to story by Gustave 

Flaubert (Potsdam and Berlin: Gustav 

Kiepenheuer Verlag, 1919); edition of 

2,000-3,000 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

83.1. 108 a-1 

1. Untitled (youth with bird), c. 1919 
6 7 /s x 5V16 in. (17.5 x 12.8 cm) 
Following page 10 

83.1.108 a 

2. Untitled (youth freeing a bird), 
c 1919 

6 ls /i6 x 5 in. (17.7 x 12.7 cm) 
Following page 14 
83.1.108 b 

3. Untitled (youth with stick), c. 1919 
6 15 /i6 x 5 in. (17.7 x 12.7 cm) 
Following page 16 

83.1.108 c 

4. Untitled (youth with stag), c. 1919 
6 15 /i6 x 5 in. (17.7 x 12.7 cm) 
Following page 18 

83.1. 108 d 

5. Untitled (figure with headdress), 

c 1919 

6'yi6 x 4 15 /i6 in. (17.7 x 12.6 cm) 

Following page 20 

83.1.108 e 



Max Kaus 

born 1891 Berlin 
died 1977 Berlin 



392 



Kaus 



1385 (continued) 

6. Untitled (man and woman), c. 1919 
7 x 4 15 /i6 in. (17.8 x 12.6 cm) 
Following page 24 

83.1. 108 f 

7. Untitled (man and woman), e. 1919 
7 x 5 in. (17.8 x 12.7 em) 
Following page 28 

83.1.108 g 

8. Untitled (man among animals), 

c- ig'9 

6 7 /s x 5'/s in. (175 x 13.0 cm) 

Following page 32 

83.1. 108 h 

9. Untitled (the embrace), c. 1919 
7'/s x s'/s in. (18. 1 x 13.0 cm) 
Following page 36 

83.1. 108 i 

10. Untitled (seated man), c. 1919 
■jVs x 5'/i6 in. (18.1 x 12. g cm) 
Following page 40 

83. 1.108 j 

11. Untitled (man by fire), c. 1919 
7 x 5'/i6 in. (17.8 x 12.9 cm) 
Following page 44 
83.1.108 k 

12. Untitled (man and woman), c. 1919 
7H x 5 in. (18. 1 x 12.8 cm) 
Following page 46 

83.1.108 1 

1386 

ZweiKopfe, c. 1919 

(Two heads) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9 13 /ie x 7 13 /i6 in. (25.0 x 19.8 cm) 

From Die rote Erde 1, no. 8/10 (1920): 

287 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

exhibition: Reed under 298 

83. 1.972 i 

1387 

Kopf, 1920 

(Head) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

io 9 /i6 x yVs in. (26.8 x 20.0 cm) 

From Genius 2, no. 2 (1920): following 

308 

provenance: M. J. Royer Bookshop, 

Los Angeles; purchased about 1970-72 

EXHIBITION: Reed 275/10 

83.1.815 a 

1388 

Mddchenkopf, 1920 

(Head of a girl) 

Woodcut on heavy wove paper 

nVi x 5V16 in. (28.6 x 12.9 cm) 

From portfolio Die Schaf fenden 3, no. 1 

(Weimar: Gustav Kiepenheuer Verlag, 

1921); from edition of 100 (total edition 

of 125) 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r.j 

inscribed "gedr. F. Voigt," 1.1.. 

publisher's blind stamp, 1.1. 

PROVENANCE: Karl & Faber, Munich, 1 

December 1972, lot 782 

reference: Jahn and Berger 85 

exhibition: Reed 414; Chipp 59 

M. 82.288. 109 





1385-7 





1385-8 



1385-9 





1385-10 




Keler 



393 





1386 







1389 




1391 




1389 


Hermann Keil 


Gerechtigkeit! c. 1919 




(Justice!) 


born 1889 


Linoleum cut on slick wove paper 


Darmstadt 


g'/s x 7V8 in. (23.2 x 18. 1 cm) 




From Das Tribunal 1, no. 6 (1919): 


died 1962 


cover 




provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 




purchased in 1975 




EXHIBITION: Reed under 304 




83.1.958 a 





1390 

Graphisches Manifest, c. 1919 

(Graphic manifesto) 

Woodcut on thin wove paper 

g'/s x 6% in. (23.2 x 17.2 cm) 

From Das Tribunal 1, no. 3 (1919): 41 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 304 

83- 1-955 c 

1391 

Graphisches Manifest, c. 1919 

(Graphic manifesto) 

Linoleum cut on slick wove paper 

9V8 x jVi in. (23.2 x 18.5 cm) 

From Das Tribunal 1, no. 7 (1919): 87 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 304 

83- 1-959 a 

1392 

Graphisches Manifest, c. 1919 

(Graphic manifesto) 

Linoleum cut on slick wove paper 

g l A x 7V16 in. (23.5 x 18.0 cm) 

From Das Tribunal 1, no. 10/11 (1919): 

123 

provenance: Hans Bolliger. Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 304 

83.1.961c 



1393 

Wandmalerei: Tordurchfahrt Form und 

Ausfuhrung, c. 1923 

(Wall painting: Gateway plan and 

execution) 

Lithograph printed in gray, yellow, 

blue, black, and red on wove paper 

8V4 x 9V16 in. (21.0 x 23.0 cm) 

From Staatliches Bauhaus in Weimar, 

1919-192.3 (Weimar and Munich: 

Bauhausverlag, 1923), p. 97; from 

German edition of 2,000 (total edition of 

2,600) 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 13- 18 May 1974, part of lot 

3956 

83.1.41 d 



Peter Keler and 
Farkas Molnar 



1392 



1393 (detail) 



394 



Kempkes 



Hanns Kempkes 1394 

Rheinschiffer, c. 1934 
(Rhenish sailor) 
Woodcut on japan paper 
i2 5 /8 x g'/)6 in. (32.0 x 23.0 cm) 
From portfolio Holzschnitte 
niederrheinischer Kiinstler (Krefeld: 
Felt Verlag, 1934); possibly from edition 
of 35 (see remarks under cat. no. 277) 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
83. 1.16 f 



Ernst Kempter 

born 1891 Olten 



Kermcheekl?) 



Edmund Kesting 

born 1892 Dresden 

died 1970 
Birkenwerder 



1395 

Landschaft, c. 1921 

(Landscape) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6% x 3 n /i6 in. (16.2 x 9.3 cm) 

From Das Kimstfenster 1, no. 13 

(1921): 7 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1074 a 

1396 

Landschaft, c. 1921 

(Landscape) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5% x 3 15 /i6 in. (13.6 x 10.0 cm) 

From Das Kimstfenster 1, no. 14 

(1921): 7 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1075 a 





1394 



1395 



1397 

Untitled (three figures in shadows), 
1920 

Lithograph on wove paper 
12V4 x 8 7 /8 in. (31. 1 x 22.6 cm) 
From portfolio Das Buch Eins des 
Aktivisten Bundes, 1919 (Diisseldorf: 
Eigener Verlag, 1920) 
inscription: signed and dated, l.r. 
PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 
purchased in 1981 
83. 1 . 670 b 




1396 




1397 



1398 

Raumgestaltung "Kino" c. 1927 
(Interior decoration of a cinema) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
5'/8 x 6 in. (13.0 x 15.2 cm) 
From Der Sturm 18, no. 1/2 (1927): 27; 
the image also appears on the cover 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
831- 1397-4 

1399 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1928 

Linoleum cut on slick wove paper 

6 5 /i6 x 3 u /i6 in. (16.0 x 9.3 cm) 

From Der Sturm 19, no. 5 (1928): 253 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

S3- 1- 1397-7 





1399 





1401 







Kind 



1400 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1928 

Linoleum cut on slick wove paper 

5 15 /i6 x 2% in. (15. 1 x 6.0 cm) 

From Der Sturm 19, no. 5 (1928): 255 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1397.8 

1401 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1928 

Linoleum cut printed in red and blue on 

slick wove paper 

7'/» x 6 5 /i6 in. (18. 1 x 16.0 cm) 

From Der Sturm 19, no. 9 (1928): 317 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1397.10 

1402 

L^ntitled (abstract composition), c. 1928 

Linoleum cut printed in red and blue on 

slick wove paper 

7V16 x 6% in. (17.9 x 16.2 cm) 

From Der Sturm 19, no. 9 (1928): 321 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1397.11 

1403 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1929 

Linoleum cut on orange cover stock 

5 3 /i6 x 5 3 /i6 in. (13. 1 x 13.2 cm) 

From Der Sturm 20, no. 1 (1929): cover 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83-1 1397- 15 

1404 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1929 
Linoleum cut on slick wove paper 
6'/i6 x 4V8 in. (15.4 x 10.5 cm) 
From Der Sturm 20, no. 1 (1929): 13 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 

83.1.1397.16 

1405 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1929 

Linoleum cut on slick wove paper 

6 3 /i x 4% in. (17.2 x 12. 1 cm) 

From Der Sturm 20, no. 1 (1929): 15 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83- 1- 1397- 17 



395 



1406 

Die Darsteller, c. 1918 
(The actors) 
Woodcut on laid paper 
5 5 /i6 x 3V8 in. (13.5 x 8.0 cm) 
From Menschen 2, no. 1 (1919): 3 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 
exhibition: Reed under 289 
83.1.1379 b 



Georg Kind 

born 1897 Dresden 
died 1945 Dresden 



1406 



396 



Kind 



Thomas King 



Edmund Daniel 
Kinzinger 



1407 

Tanzende, c. 1918 

(Dancing) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

5V4 x 3V6 in. (13.4 x 8.0 cm) 

From Menschen 2, no. 1 (1919): 3 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 

exhibition: Reed under 289 

83.1.1379 c 

1408 

Madchenkopf, c. 1919 

(Head of a girl) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

8Ve x 5 9 /ie in. (20.6 x 14. 1 cm) 

From Menschen 2, no. 5 (1919): 3 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 

exhibition: Reed under 289 

83- 1- 1379 m 





1409 

Gestalt, c. 1921 

(Form) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

i2 3 /i6 x 8V4 in. (31.0 x 21.0 cm) 

From Kiindung 1, no. 11/12 (1921) 

provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 

Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 

part of lot 1154 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 282 

83.1.1061 k 

1410 

Harmonie, c. 1921 

(Harmony) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

i2 3 /i6 x 8V2 in. (31.0x21.6 cm) 

From Kiindung 1, no. 11/12 (1921) 

provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 

Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 

part of lot 1154 

exhibition: Reed under 282 

83. 1.1061 j 



1407 



1408 





1410 



1411 

Untitled (figure), c. 1919 
Woodcut on laid paper 
8'/j x 6Vt in. (21.0 x 15.9 cm) 
From Der Weg 1, no. 5/6 (1919): 9 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1976 
exhibition: Reed under 305 
83.1.1217 c 

1412 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1919 

Woodcut on laid paper 

6'A x 5 13 /i6 in. (15.9 x 14.8 cm) 

From Der Weg 1, no. 8/9 (1919): 1 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1976 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 305 

83.1.1219a 



1409 





1412 



1411 



Kirchner 



397 






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1415 




1413 

Eisenbahn unci Briiche, 1903 

(Railway and bridge) 

Crayon and charcoal on heavy wove 

paper 

loVt x i4'/8 in. (26.0 x 35.8 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r.; 

estate stamp, verso 

provenance: Piccadilly Gallery, 

London; O. P. Reed, Jr., Los Angeles; 

purchased in 1973 

EXHIBITION: Reed 71 

M. 82. 288. 337 

1414 

£1 Libris Professor Ernst Kirchner, 

1904 

Woodcut on wove paper 

1% x 2 n /i6 in. (4.4 x 6.8 cm) 

PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 12 June 1982, part of lot 735 

REFERENCE: Dube 676 

Professor Kirchner was the artist's 

father 

M. 82. 287.31 

1415 

Ex Libris Johannes Franke, 1905 
Woodcut on gray wove paper 
2% x i ls /i6 in. (7.0 x 4.9 cm) 
PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 12 June 1982, part of lot 735 

REFERENCE: Dube 678 

M. 82. 287. 30 

1416 

Stehender Madchenakt, 1905 
(Standing female nude) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
4% x 1V2 in. (12.0 x 3.8 cm) 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 4 June 1975, part of lot 1570 
reference: Dube 53 
exhibition: Reed 72; Barton 8 
M. 82.288. 113 

1417 

Celwft mit Baumen, 1906 
(Farm with trees) 

Woodcut on heavy handmade paper 
4 15 /i6 x 4 7 /8 in. (12.5 x 12.3 cm) 
inscription: signed, 1.1.; titled, I.e.; 
inscribed "Grunddruck," l.r. 
provenance: Christie's, London, 5 
December 1974, lot 179 
reference: Dube 70 
EXHIBITION: Reed 73 
M. 82.288. 114 

1418 

Madchenakt, 1906 

(Female nude) 

Woodcut printed in rose on heavy laid 

paper 

9V2 x 9V2 in. (24. 1 x 24. 1 cm) 

inscription: signed, l.r.; inscribed 

"Handdruck," 1.1. 

PROVENANCE: Carus Gallery, New York; 

purchased in 1974 

REFERENCE: Dube 89 

EXHIBITION: Reed 74 

M. 82. 288. 115 



Ernst Ludwig Kirchner 

born 1880 
Aschaffenburg 

died 1938 

Frauenkirch, 

Switzerland 



398 



Kirchner 



14X9 

Paar, c. 1906 

(Couple) 

Pencil on brown wrapping paper 

17% x 13% in. (44.8 x 34.6 cm) 

provenance: estate of the artist; Curt 

Valentin, New York; Richard Feigen, 

Chicago; George London, New York; 

Sotheby's, London, 5 December 1973, 

lot 207 

EXHIBITION: Reed 75 

M. 82.288.338 

1420 

Ex Libris Ed. Leubner, 1907 

Woodcut on wove paper 

2 15 /i6 x 1^16 in. (7.5 x 4.9 cm) 

Trial proof 

provenance: Galerie Kornfeld, Bern, 

21 June 1985, part of lot 69 

REFERENCE: Dube 680 

L. 85. 2. 35; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1421 

Ex Libris Ernst Bachhausen 1, 1907 
Woodcut on thin wove paper 
2 13 /i6 x 1% in. (7. 1 x 4.4 cm) 
Trial proof 

provenance: Botho Graef-Stiftung, 
Kunstverein, Jena; Galerie Ferdinand 
Moller, purchased in 1940; Galerie 
Kornfeld, Bern, 21 June 1985, part of 
lot 69 

REFERENCE: Dube 68l 

L. 85. 2. 36; lent by the Robert Gore 
Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 
California 

1422 

Ex Libris Ernst Backhausen 3, 1907 

Woodcut on heavy wove paper 

2 5 /i6 x i 7 /8 in. (5.9 x 4.8 cm) 

Trial proof 

provenance: Galerie Kornfeld, Bern, 

21 June 1985, part of lot 69 

REFERENCE: Dube 683 

L. 85. 2. 37; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1423 

Stillcben mit Krug und Blumen, 1907 

(Still life with pitcher and flowers) 

Woodcut printed in yellow, gray-green, 

and rose on heavy wove paper 

8 x 6% in (20.2 x 16.8 cm) 

Proof before edition in portfolio Die 

Briicke HI (1908) 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r. 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 13- 15 June 1974, lot 459 

reference: Dube 112; Bolligerand 

Kornfeld 11 

exhibition: Reed 76 

M. 82. 288. 367 




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1424 

Mitgliederverzeichnisse der 
Kiinstlergruppe Briicke 

(Membership lists for the artists' group 

the Briicke) 

Brochure with 5 woodcuts on heavy 

gray-green linen paper 

The extremely rare fiinftes Verzeichnis 

(1909); the center also has impressions 

from KG Briicke, catalogue of exhibition 

at Galerie Arnold, Dresden, 1910 

(Dresden: Heinrich Niescher, [1910]) 

provenance: Galerie Kornfeld, Bern, 

21 June 1985, lot 125 

REFERENCE: Dube 700-703, 705; 

Bolliger and Kornfeld 41/16-20 

L. 85. 2. 38 a— e; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1. Untitled (title vignette), 1907 
i 15 /i6 x 2 15 /ie in. (4.9 x 7.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 700; Bolliger and 
Kornfeld 41/16 

L. 85. 2. 38 a 

2. Aktiv-Mitglieder, igo8-g 
(Active members) 

6 u /i6 x 4V4 in. (17.0 x 10.5 cm) 

Does not appear in the Galerie 

Arnold catalogue 

reference: Dube 705 IV; Bolliger 

and Kornfeld 41/17 

L.8 5 .2. 3 8b 

3. Passiv-Mitglieder 1, 1907 
(Inactive members 1) 

6"/i6 x 4V8 in. (17.0 x 10.4 cm) 
reference: Dube 701 II; Bolliger 
and Kornfeld 41/18 
L.85.2.38 c 

4. Passiv-Mitglieder 2, 1907-9 
(Inactive members 2) 

6 5 /s x 4 3 /i6 in (16.8 x 10.7 cm) 
reference: Dube 702 IV; Bolliger 
and Kornfeld 41/19 
L.85.2.38 d 

5. Passiv-Mitglieder 3, 1909-10 
(Inactive members 3) 

6 u /i6 x 4V16 in. (17.0 x 10.3 cm) 
Appears in the second state in the 
Galerie Arnold catalogue 
reference: Dube 703 I; Bolliger 
and Kornfeld 41/20 
L.85.2.38 e 

1425 

Kirchhofund Kirche (Burg auf 

Fehmarn), 1908 

(Churchyard and church, fortress at 

Fehmarn) 

Woodcut on japan paper 

ig 15 /i6 x 14% in. (50.6 x 37.8 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1.; inscribed 

"Grunddruck," l.r. 

provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 

Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 

lot 904 

reference: Dube 136 

EXHIBITION: Reed 77 

M. 82.288. 116 



400 



Kirchner 



1426 

Liebesszene, 190S 

(Love scene) 

Lithograph printed in olive green, 

orange, and yellow on heavy japan 

paper 

i5 5 /s x 13 in. (39.6 x 33.0 cm) 

PROVENANCE: Cams Gallery, New York; 

purchased in 1972 

REFERENCE: Dube 73 II 

exhibition: Reed 78; Chipp 60 

M. 82. 288. 110 

1427 

Portrat Schmidt-Rottluff, igog 

(Portrait of Schmidt-Rottluff) 

Woodcut printed in red on heavy wove 

paper 

15% x 11% in. (40.0 x 29.8 cm) 

From portfolio Die Briicke IV (1909), 

cover 

PROVENANCE: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 15-17 June 1972, lot 503 

REFERENCE: Dube 706; Bolliger and 

Kornfeld 13 

EXHIBITION: Reed 110; Chipp 61 

M. 82. 288.368 a 

1428 

Tanzerin mit gehobenem Rock, 1909 

(Dancer with lifted skirt) 

Woodcut on heavy wove paper 

9 5 /8 x i3 5 /i6 in. (24.4 x 33.8 cm) 

From portfolio Die Briicke v (1910), 

pi. 2 

inscription: signed, l.r. 

PROVENANCE: Carus Gallery, New York; 

purchased in 1974 

reference: Dube 141 II; Bolliger and 

Kornfeld 19 

EXHIBITION: Reed 81; Barton 9 

M. 82.288.369 c 

1429 

Badende, 1910 
(Bathers) 

Woodcut on wove paper 
6 n /i6 x 4 3 /i6 in. (17.0 x 10.6 cm) 
From KG Briicke, catalogue of exhibi- 
tion at Galerie Arnold, Dresden, 1910 
(Dresden: Heinrich Niescher, [1910]) 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 8-10 June 1972, part of lot 
240 

REFERENCE: Dube 726; Bolliger and 
Kornfeld 41/4 
exhibition: Reed 243/4 
M. 82.288.374 d 





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Kirchner 



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1433 




1430 

Drei Badende an den Moritzburger 

Seen, 1910 

(Three bathers at the Moritzburg Lakes) 

Drypoint on heavy wove paper 

7 x 8V16 in. (17.8 x 20.5 cm) 

From portfolio Die Briicke v (1910), 

pl- 3 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 

PROVENANCE: Carus Gallery, New York; 

purchased in 1974 

reference: Dube 69; Bolliger and 

Kornfeld 20 

EXHIBITION: Reed 82 

M. 82. 288.369 d 

1431 

Mann und Frau, 1910 
(Man and woman) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
6 n /i6 x 4 5 /i6 in. (17.0 x 1 1.0 cm) 
From KG Briicke, catalogue of exhibi- 
tion at Galerie Arnold, Dresden, 1910 
(Dresden: Heinrich Niescher, [1910]) 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 8- 10 June 1972, part of lot 
240 

REFERENCE: Dube 723; Bolliger and 
Kornfeld 41/3 
EXHIBITION: Reed 243/3 
M. 82.288.374 e 

1432 

Afif Schilf werfende Badende, 1910 
(Bathers tossing reeds) 
Woodcut printed in light green, red- 
orange, and black on heavy wove paper 
7% x n 7 /i6 in. (20.0 x 29.0 cm) 
From portfolio Die Briicke v (1910), pl. 1 
inscription: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Carus Gallery, New York; 
purchased in 1974 

REFERENCE: Dube 160; Bolliger and 
Kornfeld 18 

EXHIBITION: Reed 80; Barton 10 
M. 82. 288. 369 b 

1433 

Passiv-Mitglieder 4, 1910 

(Inactive members 4) 

6% x 4 3 /i6 in. (17.2 x 10.6 cm) 

From KG Briicke, catalogue of 

exhibition at Galerie Arnold, Dresden, 

1910 (Dresden: Heinrich Niescher, 

[1910]); see also cat. no. 1424 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 8-10 June 1972, part of lot 

240 

REFERENCE: Dube 704 

M. 82.288.374 ' 



1432 



402 



Kirchner 



1434 

Rudernde Samoanerin, lgio 
(Samoan woman rowing) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
2>M x 4'/i in. (5.7 x 10.8 cm) 
From KG Briicke, catalogue of exhibi- 
tion at Galerie Arnold, Dresden, 1910 
(Dresden: Heinrieh Niescher, [1910]) 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 8-10 June 1972, part of lot 
240 

REFERENCE: Dube 725 I; Bolliger and 
Kornfeld 41/2 
EXHIBITION: Reed 243/2 
M. 82. 288. 374 b 

1435 

Sandgrdber am Tiber, 1910 
(Trench diggers by the Tiber) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
6"/i6 x 4 5 /i6 in. (17.0 x 11.0 cm) 
From KG Briicke, catalogue of exhibi- 
tion at Galerie Arnold, Dresden, 1910 
(Dresden: Heinrieh Niescher, [1910]) 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 8-10 June 1972, part of lot 
240 

reference: Dube 721; Bolliger and 
Kornfeld 41/10 
EXHIBITION: Reed 243/10 
M. 82. 288.374 j 

1436 

Sitzender Akt, 1910 
(Seated nude) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
6 n /i6X 4 5 /i6 in. (17.0 x 11.0 cm) 
From KG Briicke, catalogue of exhibi- 
tion at Galerie Arnold, Dresden, 1910 
(Dresden: Heinrieh Niescher, [1910]) 
PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 8-10 June 1972, part of lot 
240 

REFERENCE: Dube 722; Bolliger and 
Kornfeld 41/7 
EXHIBITION: Reed 243/7 
M. 82. 288. 374 g 

1437 

Tanz, 1910 
(Dance) 

Woodcut on wove paper 
4 5 /i6.x 6 n /i6in. (11.0 x 17.0 cm) 
From KG Briicke, catalogue of exhibi- 
tion at Galerie Arnold, Dresden, 1910 
(Dresden: Heinrieh Niescher, [1910]) 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 8-10 June 1972, part of lot 
240 

REFERENCE: Dube 724; Bolliger and 
Kornleld 41/13 
EXHIBITION: Reed 243/13 
M. 82. 288. 374 m 




1434 




1436 






Kirchner 



403 



1439 











1441 





1443 




1438 

Akte, lgn 

(Nudes) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8'/i6 x io'/s in. (20.5 x 25.7 cm) 

From Der Sturm 2, no. 88 (1911): 703 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Dube 182 II 

83.1.1390.11 

1439 

Ball, 1911 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8'/s x g 9 /i6 in. (20.6 x 24.3 cm) 

From Der Sfurm 2, no. 69 (1911): 547 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

reference: Dube 189 n 

83.1.1390.1 

1440 

Liegendes Madchen, 1911 

(Reclining girl) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 ,3 /i6 x 9V2 in. (19.9 x 24. 1 cm) 

From Der Sturm 2, no. 78 (1911): 623 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Dube 173 

83.1.1390.7 

1441 

MVIM-Institut, 1911 
Woodcut on envelope 
2 7 /8 x 2V8 in. (7.3 x 5.3 cm) 
inscription: addressed by Kirchner to 
Frau Luise Schiefler; postal 
cancellation dated 1 November 1911 
PROVENANCE: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 15- 17 June 1972, lot 510 
REFERENCE: Dube 958 I 
83.1.118 

1442 

Ruhe, 1911 

(Rest) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8 x lo'/s in. (20.3 x 25.7 cm) 

From Der Sturm 2, no. 75 (1911): 595 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Dube 172 II 

83.1.1390.5 

1443 

Siesta, 1911 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 3 /4 x io 5 /i6 in. (19.6 x 26.2 cm) 

From Der Sturm 2, no. 81 (1911): 647 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Dube 174 

83.1.1390.8 



1442 



404 



Kirchner 

1444 

Sommer, 1911 

(Summer) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 5 /8 x g 15 /i6 in. (19.3 x 25.3 cm) 

From Der Sturm 2, no. 71 (1911): 567 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Dube 185 II 

83.1.1390.3 

1445 

Tdnzerinnen, 191 1 

(Dancers) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8 J /s x 10V16 in. (20.7 x 25.5 cm) 

From Der Sturm 2, no. 77 (1911): 611 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Dube 179 

83.1.1390.6 

1446 

Tanzlokul, 1911 

(Dance hall) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8V2 x 9 15 /i6 in. (21.6 x 25.3 cm) 

From Der Sturm 2, no. 96 (1912): 763 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Dube 178 II 

83.1.1390.18 

1447 

Triumph der Liebe, 1911 

(Triumph of love) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

9% x 9'/i in. (24.7 x 23.5 cm) 

inscription: signed, l.r.; inscribed 

"Eigendruck," 1.1. 

PROVENANCE: Botho Graef-Stiftung, 

Kunstverein, Jena (stamp, verso); stamp 

of "entartete Kunst," verso; Hauswedell 

& Nolte, Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, lot 

952 

REFERENCE: Dube 186 II 
EXHIBITION: Reed 83; Barton 11 
M. 82. 288. 117 

1448 

Variete, 1911 

(Dance hall) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8 x 10V4 in. (20.3 x 26.0 cm) 

From Der Sturm 2, no. 71 (1911): 563 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Dube 181 II 

83.1.1390.2 

1449 

Akrobaten, 1912 

(Acrobats) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

io I5 /i6 x 9 9 /i6 in. (27.8 x 24.3 cm) 

From Der Sturm 2, no. 101 (1912): 807 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Dube 194 III 

83.1.1390.24 







1446 




1448 




1449 



Kirchner 



405 






1451 



1452 





1453-2 



1450 

Drei Akrobatinnen an Ringen, 1912 

(Three acrobats at the rings) 

Lithograph on heavy yellowish wove 

paper 

io 9 /i6 x 8 7 /i6 in. (26.8 x 21.5 cm) 

inscription: signed by artist's wife, l.r.; 

estate stamp, verso 

provenance: Zeitlin & Ver Brugge, 

Los Angeles; purchased in 1976 

REFERENCE: Dube 215 II 

EXHIRITION: Reed 87 

M. 82.288. 111 

1451 

Eispalast-Tanze, 1912 

(Dances at the ice palace) 

Woodcut with yellow-green watercolor 

on wove paper 

^xg'/iin. (33. ix 23.4 cm) 

inscription: signed, l.r. 

provenance: Robert Gregor Taylor, 

Philadelphia; Martin Gordon, New 

York, 3 May 1976, lot 116 

REFERENCE: Dube 196 I 

exhibition: Reed 84; Barton 12; 

Chipp 62 

M. 82.288. 118 

1452 

Schleudertanze, 1912 

(Fling dance) 

Woodcut on thin pink wove paper 

5V8 x 4 5 /i6 in. (13.0 x 10.9 cm) 

From Ausstellung von Kiinstlergruppe 

Briicke, exh. cat. (Berlin: Galerie Fritz 

Gurlitt, 1912); the center has two 

impressions 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 15- 17 June 1972, part of lot 113 

reference: Dube 728; Bolliger and 

Kornfeld 42/5 

exhibition: Reed 245/4 

M. 82. 288. 375 d 

1453 

Das Stiftsfraulein und der Tod 

(The canoness and Death) 

Book with 5 woodcuts on wove paper 

Illustrations to short story by Alfred 

Doblin, no. 8 in the monographic series 

Lyrische Flugblatter (Berlin: A. R. 

Meyer, 1913) 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

28-30 June 1974, lot 1908 

REFERENCE: Dube 199-203 

exhibition: Reed 85; Barton 13 

83.i.noa-e 

1. Untitled (title page), 1912 
4V2 x 3 5 /i6 in. (11.5 x 8.4 cm) 
reference: Dube 199 
83.1.110 a 

2. Stiftsfraulein am Ndhtisch, 1912 
(Canoness at the sewing table) 
4V2 x 3'/s in. (11.5 x 8.0 cm) 
The center also has impressions 
from Saturn 3, no. 2 (1913): cover, 43 
reference: Dube 200 

83.1.110 b 



406 



Kirchner 



1453 (continued) 

3. Das Stiftsfraulein im See, 1912 
(The canoness in the lake) 

4V1 x 3'/i6 in. (11.5 x 7.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 201 II 
83.1.110 c 

4. Stiftsfraulein im Garten, 1912 
(Canoness in the garden) 

4 5 /8 x 3'/8 in. (11.8 x 8.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 202 
83.1.110 d 

5. Sterbendes altes Fraulein, 1912 
(Dying old maid) 

4 5 /s x 3'/8 in. (11.8 x 8.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 203 
83.1.110 e 

1454 

Toilette, 1912 

Woodcut on thin pink wove paper 

5'/ie x 4 3 /i6 in. (12.8 x 10.7 cm) 

From Ausstellung von Kiinstlergruppe 

Briicke, exh. cat. (Berlin: Galerie Fritz 

Gurlitt, 1912); the center has two 

impressions 

provenance: Komfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 15-17 June 1972, part of lot 1 13 

REFERENCE: Dube 730 II; Bolliger and 

Kornfeld 42/6 

exhibition: Reed 245/5 

M. 82. 288. 375 e 

1455 

Untitled (title woodcut), 1912 

Woodcut and collage on blue wove 

paper 

7 9 /i6 x 3V16 in. (19.2 x 7.8 cm) 

From Ausstellung con Kiinstlergruppe 

Briicke, exh. cat. (Berlin: Galerie Fritz 

Gurlitt, 1912), cover; the center has two 

impressions 

PROVENANCE: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 15-17 June 1972, part of lot 113 

reference: Dube 727 II; Bolliger and 

Kornfeld 42/1 

exhibition: Reed 245/1 

M. 82. 288.375 a 

1456 

Gewecke undErna, 1913 

(Gewecke and Erna) 

Etching and drypoint on heavy wove 

paper 

9 7 /s x 8 3 /i6 in. (25.0 x 20.8 cm) 

provenance: Galerie Nierendorf, 

Berlin; purchased in 1975 

REFERENCE: Dube 169 

exhibition: Reed 88; Chipp 63 

M. 82. 288. 133 

1457 

Lesende Frau, 1913 

(Woman reading) 

Woodcut on heavy wove paper 

n'/s x 9V8 in. (28.2 x 23. 1 cm) 

inscription: signed, 1. r. ; estate stamp, 

verso 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 8- 10 June 1972, lot 1188 

REFERENCE: Dube 2l8 III 

exhibition: Reed go 

M. 82. 288. 120 




1453-3 




1453-4 






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1456 



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1458 




1459 



1460 




1461 




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1458 

Zirkusszene, 1913 

(Circus scene) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

3 9 /i6 x 2% in. (9. 1x7.0 cm) 

From Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Chronih 

KG Briicke (1913) 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 8 June 1977, part of lot 70 

reference: Dube 712 A; Bolliger and 

Kornfeld 62/2 

exhibition: Reed 86/4 

83.1.109 b 

1459 

Zwei nackte Frauen, 1913 

(Two nude women) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

3 5 /s x 2 7 /s in. (9.2 x 7.3 cm) 

From Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Chronik 

KG Briicke (1913); the center also has an 

impression printed on an advertisement 

for Kirchner's exhibition at the 

Kunstverein, Jena, 1914 (Dube 711 B) 

PROVENANCE: Kornfeld is Klipstein, 

Bern, 8 June 1977, part of lot 70 

REFERENCE: Dube 711 A; Bolliger and 

Kornfeld 62/2 

exhibition: Reed 86/3 

83.1.109 a 

1460 

Der Morder, 1914 

(The murderer) 

Lithograph printed in red and black on 

heavy smooth cardboard 

2o'/s x 23 3 /s in. (50. 1 x 59.4 cm) 

One of three Kirchner illustrations to 

Emile Zolas La bete humaine 

inscription: signed and dated, 1.1. 

PROVENANCE: Galerie Thomas, Munich; 

purchased in 1975 

reference: Dube 253 b.n 

exhibition: Reed 91; Chipp 64 

M. 82. 288. 112 

1461 

Strassenszene nach dem Regen, 1914 
(Street scene after a shower) 
Woodcut on thin wove paper 
10% x 10 in. (27.3 x 25.4 cm) 
inscription: estate stamp, verso 
provenance: Hausewedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 8-10 June 1972, lot 1189 

REFERENCE: Dube 236 

exhibition: Reed 92; Barton 14 
M. 82. 288. 121 

1462 

Aufdern Kasernenhof, 1916 

(In the barracks courtyard) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

io s /i6 x 8 7 /i6 in. (26.8 x 21.4 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 15 

(1916): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

REFERENCE: Dube 308 II. C 

EXHIBITION: Reed 265/15 

83.1.1462.58 



1462 



408 



Kirchner 



1463 

Balkon, Prof. Graf, Jena, 1916— 

traumender Mann, 1916 

(Balcony, Prof. Graf, Jena, 1916— 

dreaming man) 

Woodcut printed in blue and green on 

Strathmore paper 

7V& x 5'/ie in. (18.0 x 12.9 cm) 

Trail proof; executed for 

Kunstbibliothek, Berlin 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; inscribed 

"Versuchdruck," 1.1., "An Dr. Bauer, 

herzlichst, E. L. Kirchner," verso 

provenance: Karl & Faber, Munich, 1 

June 1973, lot 660 

REFERENCE: Dube 281, first variation 

EXHIBITION: Reed 94 

M. 82.288. 122 

1464 

Bildnis Carl Steriiheims, 1916 

(Portrait of Carl Stemheim) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

n 13 /i6 x 7 15 /i6 in. (30.0 x 20.2 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 9(1916): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

REFERENCE: Dube 328 C 

EXHIBITION: Reed 265/14 

83.1.1462.34 

1465 

Botanischer Garten, Jena, 1916 

(Botanical garden, Jena) 
Woodcut on yellowish wove paper 
I5 15 /i6 x 12% in. (40.4 x 31.5 cm) 
inscription: signed, l.r.; dated (14), 
l.r.; inscribed "Eigendruck," 1.1. 
provenance: Ellwood Hitchkock, 
Alhambra, California; purchased in 

1977 

REFERENCE: Dube 292 I 

EXHIBITION: Barton 15 

M. 82.288. 123 

1466 

Katalog der Ausstellung E. L. Kirchner, 
Galerie Schames, Frankfurt 
(Catalogue of the E. L. Kirchner 
exhibition, Galerie Schames, Frankfurt) 
Book with 2 woodcuts on cover stock 
PROVENANCE: W. F. Arntz, Haag 
(Oberbayern); purchased in 1975 
REFERENCE: Dube 734-35 
EXHIBITION: Reed 95/1-2 
83.1.111 a, b 

1. Untitled (front cover), 1916 
6 3 /i6 x 4 ! /s in. (15.7 x 10.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 734 I 
EXHIBITION: Reed 95/1 
83.1.111 a 

2. Untitled (back cover), 1916 
4 ,5 /i6 x 3% in. (12.5 x 8.5 em) 
REFERENCE: Dube 735 
EXHIBITION: Reed 95/2 
83.1.111 b 








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409 




Bremer Frauenklub von 1908 

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1468 





1469-1 



1467 

Katalog der Ausstellung von Kleidern 
aus der Stickstube von Frau Euchen 

(Catalogue of the exhibition of dresses 

from the needlework salon of Mrs. 

Eucken) 

Book with 3 woodcuts (2 in color) on 

wove paper 

PROVENANCE: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 13-15 June 1974, lot 471 

REFERENCE: Dube 731-33 

exhibition: Reed 93/1-3; Barton 16 

M.82.288.i36a-c 

1. Untitled (front cover), 1916 
Printed in black, blue, and brown 
on pink paper 

6 13 /i6 x 4 9 /i6 in. (17.3 x 11.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 731 
EXHIBITION: Reed 93/1 
M82.288.136a 

2. Dame mit Hund, 1916 
(Lady with dog) 

Printed in black, green, and orange 

on buff paper 

6% X4% in. (17.1 x 11.7 cm) 

REFERENCE: Dube 732 II 

EXHIBITION: Reed 93/2 

M. 82. 288. 136 b 

3. Untitled (back cover), 1916 
On pink paper 

4V4 x 3'/s in. (10.8 x 7.9 cm) 
reference: Dube 733 
EXHIBITION: Reed 93/3 
M. 82.288. 136 c 

1468 

Landschaft im Taunus, 1916 

(Landscape in Taunus) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

11 x 7 ]3 /i6 in. (28.0 x 19.8 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 6 (1916): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 180 

REFERENCE: Dube 315 C 

EXHIBITION: Reed 265/13 

83.1.1462.23 

1469 

Hymnus 

(Hymn) 

Book with 1 lithograph and 1 woodcut 

Illustrations to poems by Karl Theodor 

Bluth (privately printed, n.d.); Dube 

dates the cover 1919; Kornfeld, about 

1916 

provenance: Galerie Kornfeld, Bern, 

21 June 1985, lot 95 

L.85.2.39 a, b; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1. Untitled (cover), c. 1916 
Lithograph on pink cover stock 
8 3 /s x 7% in. (21.3 x 18.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 459 
L.85.2.39 a 

2. Untitled (endpiece), 1918 
Woodcut on blue cover stock 
2'/2 x 2 9 /i6 in. (6.4 x 6.5 cm) 

The center also has an impression 
from the portfolio Absalom 
REFERENCE: Dube 366 
L.85.2.39 b 



410 



Kirchner 



1470 

Der Theosoph, 1917-18 

(The theosophist) 

Woodcut on handmade paper, laid 

down 

20% x io'/i6 in. (51.7 x 25.5 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. ; inscribed 

"Eigendruck," 1.1. 

provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 

Ketterer, Munich, 8 December 1970, 

lot 467 

REFERENCE: Dube 317 

exhibition: Reed 96; Barton 17; 

Chipp 65 

M. 82.288. 124 

1471 

Bildnis Dr. Spengler, 1919 

(Portrait of Dr. Spengler) 

Woodcut printed in yellow and black on 

pinkish wove paper 

19V4 x i2 5 /i6 in. (49.0 x 31.3 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; inscribed 

"Eigendruck," 1.1., "an Nele," I.e.; 

titled. I.e. 

PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-7 June 1975, part of lot 955 

REFERENCE: Dube 404 b.II 

exhibition: Reed 97; Barton 18; 
Chipp 66 

Dedicated to Nele van de Velde, 
daughter of artist Henry van de Velde 
M. 82. 288. 126 

1472 

Ludwig Schames, Frankfurt am Main: 
Bikier vonE. L. Kirchner, 1919 
(Ludwig Schames, Frankfurt am Main: 
Pictures by E. L. Kirchner) 
Woodcut on yellow cover stock 
6 13 /i6 x 5 3 /i6 in. (17.3 x 13.2 cm) 
From catalogue of exhibition at Galerie 
Ludwig Schames, Frankfurt, March 
1919, cover. The center also has an 
impression from Gustav Schiefler, Die 
Graphik Ernst Ludwig Kirchners: Band 
2, 1917-1927, p. 36, in which the block 
is printed in a reduced form (5W x 3 9 /i6 
in. [13.4 x 9.0 cm]); see cat. no. 1484 
provenance: Andreas Walser 
(dedication from Kirchner, 24 May 
1929, on title page); Hans Bolliger, 
Zurich; purchased in 1973 
reference: Dube 736 i.B 
exhibition: Reed g8 
83.1.112 a 

1473 

Ludwig Schames, Frankfurt a. M.: 
Graphik E. L. Kirchner 

(Ludwig Schames, Frankfurt a. M.: 
Graphics by E. L. Kirchner) 
Book with 3 woodcuts 
Illustrations to exhibition catalogue 
(Frankfurt: Galerie Ludwig Schames, 
1920) 

provenance: Andreas Walser 
(dedication from Kirchner, 24 May 
1929, on title page); Hans Bolliger, 
Zurich; purchased in 1973 
EXHIBITION: Reed 99 
83.1.1138-0 





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1. Untitled (cover), 1919 
On blue cover stock 

7'/i6 x 5% in. (18.0 x 14.6 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 737 
83.1.113 a 

2. Hymnus, 1919 
(Hymn) 

On smooth wove paper 
5 9 /i6 x 3 9 /i6 in. (14. 1 x 9.0 cm) 
Page 9; the center also has an 
impression in Gustav Schiefler, Die 
Graphik Ernst Ludwig Kirchners: 
Band 2, 1917-1927, p. 36 (see cat. 
no. 1484) 

reference: Dube 748 11. A 
83.1.113 b 

3. Der Garten derlrren, 1919 
(The garden of madmen) 
On smooth wove paper 
2 13 /i6 x 2 15 /i6 in. (7.4 x 7.4 cm) 
Page 14 

REFERENCE: Dube 768 B 
83.1.113 c 

1474 

Umbra Vitae 

(Shadow of life) 

Book with 4 full-page and 45 vignette 

woodcuts (3 in color) on laid paper and 

color woodcut on linen 

Illustrations to poems by Georg Heym 

(Munich: Kurt Wolff Verlag, 1924); total 

edition of 510 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (271/500) on 

justification page 

provenance: Dr. Viktor Undlia, 

Krympendorf (ex libris on inside cover); 

Hans Bolliger, Zurich; purchased in 

1972 

REFERENCE: Dube 758-807 

EXHIBITION: Reed 104 

83.1.116.1-50 

1. Untitled (cover), 1919-23 
Printed in black and green on 
yellow linen 

9 13 /i6 x 13% in. (25.0 x 35.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 759 
83.1.116.1 

2. Untitled (front endpaper), 1919-23 
Printed in blue on fuchsia paper 
3 5 /8 x i2'/j in. (9.2 x 31.2 cm) 
reference: Dube 760 
83.1.116.2 

3. Untitled (title page), 1919-23 
Printed in black and red 

5 9 /i6 x 3 9 /i6 in. (14.2 x g. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 762 II. A 
83.1.116.3 

4. Alle Landschaften haben . . . , 

1919-23 

(All landscapes have . . .) 

5% x 3 9 /i6 in. (14.6 x 9. 1 cm) 

Page 14 

REFERENCE: Dube 770 II. A 

83.1.116.12 

5. Untitled (back endpaper), 1919-23 
Printed in blue on fuchsia paper 
3 5 /8 x i2 7 /i6 in. (9.2 x 31.6 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 761 
83.1.116.50 



412 



Kirchner 



1475 

Ausstelhtng von neuen Gemdlden und 
GraphikvonE. L. Kirchner, 1916-1921 

(Exhibition of new paintings and 
graphics by E. L. Kirchner, 1916-1921) 
Book with 4 woodcuts on wove paper 
Illustrations to exhibition catalogue 
(Frankfurt: Galerie Ludwig Schames, 
1921) 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1974 
EXHIBITION: Reed 102/1-4 
83.1.114 a-d 

1. Untitled (cover), 1921 
On yellow-orange paper 
5'/8 x 9'/4 in. (13.0 x 23.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 738 II 
EXHIBITION: Reed 102/1 
83.1.114 a 

2. Selbstbildnis mit Blume in der 
Hand, 1920 

(Self-portrait with flower in hand) 
5 7 /8 x 3V2 in. (15.0 x 9.0 cm) 
Page 4 

REFERENCE: Dube 428 II 
exhibition: Reed 102/3 
83.1.114 b 

3. Kopfvor Landschaft mit Figuren, 
1921 

(Head before landscape with 

figures) 

3 ] /8 x 3 in. (8.0 x 7.7 cm) 

Page 5 

REFERENCE: Dube 739 II 

exhibition: Reed 102/2 
83.1.114 c 

4. Wiese, 1921 
(Meadow) 

2 n /i6 x 3 5 /s in. (6.8 x 9.2 cm) 
Page 15 

REFERENCE: Dube 757 B 
EXHIBITION: Reed 102/4 
83.1.114 d 

1476 

Badende in Fehen, 1921 

(Bathers in rocks) 

Woodcut on handmade paper 

27 7 /s x I5 n /i6 in. (70.8 x 39.8 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: titled, dated, and 

inscribed "I. Zustand" l.r. 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 6-8 

June 1974, lot 968 

REFERENCE: Dube 452 I 

EXHIBITION: Reed 101, Barton 19; 

Chipp 67 

M. 82.288. 128 

1477 

Plakat Nina Hard, 1921 

(Poster of Nina Hard) 

Woodcut printed in black, blue, and red 

on thin brownish wove paper 

2i'/i x igVi in. (54.0 x 38.7 cm) 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, lot 970 

REFERENCE: Dube 718 (partial proof 

without letters) 

exhibition: Reed 100; Barton 20; 

Chipp 68 

M. 82. 288. 127 





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1479-3 



1478 

Neben der Heerstrasse: Erzahlungen 
von Jacob Bosshart 

(Near the military road: Stories by Jacob 

Bosshart) 

Book with woodcut on red-brown dust 

jacket and 23 vignette woodcuts on 

wove paper 

Illustrations to book by Jacob Bosshart 

(Zurich and Leipzig: Verlag von 

Grethlein & Co., 1923) 

provenance: Alan Wofsy. San 

Francisco; purchased in 1974 

REFERENCE: Dube 808-31 

EXHIBITION: Reed 103 

83.i.ii5a-x 

1. Untitled (dust jacket), 1922 
Printed in black and violet 
7 13 /i6 x 12 in. (19.8 x 30.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 808 IV. 3 
The center has two impressions 
83. 1.1 15 x 

1479 

Das graphische Werk von Ernst Ludwig 
Kirchner bis 1924; Band 1, bis 1916 

(The graphic work of Ernst Ludwig 
Kirchner to 1924: Volume 1, to 1916) 
Book with 12 full-page and 41 vignette 
woodcuts on smooth wove paper 
Illustrations to first volume of catalogue 
raisonne by Gustav Schiefler (Berlin- 
Charlottenburg: Euphorion Verlag, 
1924-26); the center also has the 
prospectus for the catalogue, which 
includes the woodcuts appearing on 
page 113 (Dube 878 B) and page 187 
(Dube 885 II. B) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (150/260) on 
justification page 

PROVENANCE: Kurt Hentzen, 1930 
(inscription, title page); Kornfeld & 
Klipstein, Bern, 20 June 1973, lot 408 
EXHIBITION: Reed 105 
83.1.380.1-53 

1. Untitled (cover), 1922-24 
Printed in black, blue, and orange 
on brown paper 

10% x 12% in. (27.0 x 32.0 cm) 

REFERENCE: Dube 859 
The center also has a proof 
impression 

83- 1-380.53 

2. Untitled (title page), 1922-24 
Printed in black and violet 
6Vi x 4 in. (159 x 10.2 cm) 

Page 1; the center also has a proof 

impression in black and purple as 

well as an impression in black and 

rose 

REFERENCE: Dube 861 b.2 III 

83.1.380.1 

3. Eva, 1922-24 
(Eve) 

5 9 /i6 x 2% in. (14. 1 x 6. 1 cm) 

Page 8 

REFERENCE: Dube 864 

83.1.380.4 



414 



Kirchner 



1479 (continued) 



4. 



Frau mil Katze, 1922-24 
(Woman with cat) 
5 13 /ifi x 3^16 in. (14-8 x 9.0 cm) 
Page 26 

REFERENCE: Dube 869 

83.1.380.10 

5. Badende, 1922-24 
(Bathers) 

Printed in red, violet, and green 

2 3 /i6 x 3% in. (5.5 x 9.2 cm) 

Page 27; the center also has a prool 

impression 

REFERENCE: Dube 870 II 

83. 1.380. 11 

6. Lungerndes Artistenmadchen, 1910 
(Lounging acrobat) 

6 5 /i6 x 3 15 /i6 in. (16.0 x 10.0 cm) 

Page 112 

REFERENCE: Dube 157 II 

83.1.380.21 

7. Liegendes nacktes Madchen mit 
Katze, 1922—24 

(Reclining nude girl with cat) 

Printed in red and blue 

2V2 x 3 u /i6 in. (6.3 x 9.3 cm) 

Page 113; the center also has a proof 

impression 

REFERENCE: Dube 878 A 

83.1.380.22 

8. Fehmarnsund, 1912 
(Fehmarn Sound) 

4 13 /i6 x 3 l3 /i6 in. (12.3 x 9.7 cm) 

Page 116 

REFERENCE: Dube 215 II 

83.1.380.25 

9. Frauenunterhaltung im Bordell, 

191.3 

(Women's conversation in a 

bordello) 

5'/8 x 3V2 in. (13.0 x 8.9 cm) 

Page 234 

REFERENCE: Dube 233 II 

83.1.380.40 

10. Zwei Tanzerinnen, 1922-24 
(Two dancers) 

Printed in red and yellow 
2 5 /i6 x 3% in. (5.9 x 9.5 cm) 
Page 235 

REFERENCE: Dube 891 
83.1.380.41 

11. Der Kranke, 1919 
(The sick one) 

5 13 /i6 x 3 9 /i6 in. (14.8 x 9.0 cm) 

Page 318 

REFERENCE: Dube 401 II 

83- 1-380.50 

12. Bordellszene, 1913 
(Bordello scene) 

5 15 /i6 x 3 9 /i6 in. (15.0 x 9.0 cm) 
Page 357 

REFERENCE: Dube 232 II 
83-1-380.52 




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1479-12 



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1481-1 



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1481-4 



1480 

Titelblatt—veruorfen, 1922-24 
(Title page— rejected) 
Woodcut on blotting paper 
5 15 /i6 x 3 9 /i6 in. (15.0 x g.o cm) 
inscription: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Ganymede Graphics, 
Berkeley; purchased in 1975 
REFERENCE: Dube 860 II 
exhibition: Reed 105/3 ( as f> rst state) 
M. 82. 288. 125 

1481 

Zeichnungen von Ernst Ludwig 
Kirchner 

(Drawings by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner) 

Book with 4 full-page and 15 vignette 

woodcuts 

Illustrations to text by Will Grohmann 

(Dresden: Verlag Ernst Arnold, 1925) 

inscription: numbered (255/2,225) on 

justification page 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 20 June 1973. lot 406 

reference: Dube 832-49 

EXHIBITION: Reed 107 

83. 1.378 a-s 

1. Untitled (front cover), 1924 
Electrotype on yellow linen 
g'/i x 6 7 /i6 in. (23.5 x 16.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 832 I 

83-i-378q 

2. Untitled (title page), 1924 
Printed in black and red on smooth 
wove paper 

6"/i6 x 5'/4 in. (17.0 x 13.3 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 835 
83.1.378 a 

3. Reiter, 1924 
(Rider) 

On smooth wove paper 

4'/i6 x 4 15 /i6 in. (10.3 x 12.5 cm) 

Page 38 

REFERENCE: Dube 849 

83. 1.378 p 

4. Untitled (back cover), 1924 
On yellow linen 

4 9 /i6 x 5 13 /i6 in. (11.6 x 14.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 834 II 
83.1.378 s 



1481-2 



416 



Kirchner 



1482 

Das Werk Ernst Ludwig Kirchners 

(The work of Ernst Ludwig Kirchner) 
Book with 6 woodcuts on wove paper 
Illustrations to text by Will Grohmann 
(Munich: Kurt Wolf f Verlag, 1926) 
INSCRIPTION: inscribed "Herrn Gabarel 
mitherzl. Dank/ E. L. Kirchner Febr. 
27" on title page; numbered (74/850) on 
justification page 

PROVENANCE: Herrn Gabarel; Hans 
Bolliger, Zurich; purchased in 1973 
EXHIBITION: Reed 108 

83- 1-379 a-f 

1. Untitled (title page), 1925 
Printed in black and blue 
7V16 x 7 in. (18.0 x 17.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 852 A 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 69 

The center also has an impression 
from the prospectus for the book 
(Dube 852 B) 

83- 1-379 a 

2. Vorwort, 1925 
(Foreword) 
Printed in blue 

3 n /i6 x 6 7 /s in. (9.4 x 17.5 cm) 

Page 3 

REFERENCE: Dube 853 

83- 1-379 b 

3. Das Werk E. L. Kirchners, 1925 
(The work of E . L. Kirchner) 
Printed in blue 

3 9 /i6 x 7 in. (9. 1x17.8 cm) 

Page 7 

REFERENCE: Dube 855 

83- 1-379 c 

4. Paar vor Spiegel, 1925 
(Couple before a mirror) 
4% x 4% in. (12.0 x 12.0 cm) 
Page 10 

REFERENCE: Dube 858 II 
83- 1-379 d 

5. Verzeichnisse, 1925 
(Indexes) 
Printed in blue 

3V2 x 7V16 in. (8.9 x 17.9 cm) 

Page 53 

REFERENCE: Dube 856 

8.3- 1-379 e 

6. Tafeln, 1925 
(Plates) 
Printed in blue 

3V4 x 7V16 in. (8.9 x 18.0 cm) 
Page 61 

REFERENCE: Dube 857 
83-1-379 f 

1483 

Der Maler und zwei Frauen, 1927 
(The painter and two women) 
Woodcut on heavy wove paper 
16% x xiVi in. (42.5 x 28.5 cm) 
inscription: signed and dated (20), l.r. ; 
inscribed "Eigendruck," 1.1.; 
dedication, I.e. 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 20-22 June 1979, lot 589 
REFERENCE: Dube 583 II 
exhibition: Barton 22 
M. 82. 288. 135 



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1484-5 




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1484-7 




1484 

Die Graphik Ernst Ludwig Kirchners: 
Band 2, 1917-1927 
(The graphic work of Ernst Ludwig 
Kirchner: Volume 2, 1917-1927) 
Book with 15 full-page (6 in color) and 
46 vignette woodcuts on smooth wove 
paper plus color woodcut on cover 
Illustrations to second volume of 
catalogue raisonne by Gustav Schiefler 
(Berlin-Charlottenburg: Euphorion 
Verlag, 1927—31); edition of 620; see 
also cat. nos. 1472 and 14732 
provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 13- 15 June 1974, lot 149 
exhibition: Reed 106 
83.1.381.1-62 

1. Untitled (cover), 1922-24 
Printed in black, blue, and orange 
on brown paper 

io 5 /s x 12% in. (27.0 x 32.0 cm) 

REFERENCE: Dube 859 

The print was also used for the first 

volume of Schiefler's catalogue (see 

cat. no. 1479. 1 for illustration) 

83.1.381.62 

2. Untitled (title page), 1927-31 
Printed in black and green 
6 5 /i6 x 4 in. (16.0 x 10. 1 cm) 
Page 1 

REFERENCE: Dube 902 
83.1.381.1 

3. Die Holzschnitte, 1927-31 
(The woodcuts) 

Printed in black and red 
3 7 /i6X3%in. (8.8x8.6 cm) 
Page 37 
REFERENCE: Dube 911 

83.1.381.12 

4. Selbstportrat, 1926 
(Self-portrait) 

5% x 3V4 in. (14.6 x 8.9 cm) 

Page 71 

REFERENCE: Dube 549 III 

83.1.381.18 

5. Trost, 1927-31 
(Solace) 

6 3 /i6 x 3 9 /i6 in. (157 x 9.0 cm) 

Page 135 

REFERENCE: Dube 921 II 

83.1.381.24 

6. Seifenbliiser, 1927-31 
(Bubble blower) 

4V2 x 3% in. (11.4 x 8.5 cm) 
Page 222 

reference: Dube 927 
83.1.381.30 

7. Die Lithographien, 1927-31 
(The lithographs) 

Printed in black and red 

3 7 /i6 x 3% in. (8.8 x 8.6 cm) 

Page 223 

reference: Dube 928 b 

83.1.381.31 

8. Naektes Paar, 1926 
(Nude couple) 

6 3 /i6 x 3'/2 in. (15.7 x 8.9 cm) 

Page 258 

reference: Dube 558 m 

83.1.381.37 



1484-8 



418 



Kirchner 



1484 (continued) 

9. Maskenszene, 1927-31 
(Masque) 

5 9 /i6 x i 7 /ie in. (14. 1 x 3.7 cm) 

Page 286 

REFERENCE: Dube 935 

83.1.381.41 

10. Die Radierungen, 1927—31 
(The etchings) 

Printed in black and red 

3 7 /i6 x 3T/16 in. (8.7 x 8.7 cm) 

Page 287 

REFERENCE: Dube 936 

83.1.381.42 

11. Nachtrage, 1927-31 
(Addenda) 

Printed in black and red 
3 3 /4 x 3 7 /i6 in. (9.5 x 8.8 cm) 
Page 483 

REFERENCE: Dube 948 
83.1.381.55 

12. Zwei tanzende Frauen, 1927-31 
(Two dancing women) 

2.V4 x 3T/16 in. (5.7 x 8.7 cm) 

Page 499 

REFERENCE: Dube 950 II 

83.1.381.58 

13. Tanz, 1927-31 
(Dance) 

4% x 3% in. (12.4 x 8.6 cm) 
Page 526 

reference: Dube 952 
83.1.381.60 

14. Frau und Mann, 1927 
(Woman and man) 

6 7 /i6 x 3 13 /i6 in. (16.4 x 9.7 cm) 

Page 536 

REFERENCE: Dube 591 IV 

83.1.381.61 

1485 

Ausstellung Ernst Ludwig Kirchner 

(Ernst Ludwig Kirchner exhibition) 
Book with 5 woodcuts printed in brown 
on wove paper, plus woodcut on cover 
stock 

Illustrations to exhibition catalogue 
(Bern: Kunsthalle, 1933) 
provenance: O. P. Reed, Jr., Los 
Angeles; date of purchase unknown 
83.i.nga-f 

1. Untitled (cover), 1932 

i 3 /i6 x 4V4 in. (3. 1 x 10.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Dube 741 
83.1.119 a 

2. Zwei Tanzerinnen, 1932 
(Two dancers) 

2 13 /i6 x 4'/8 in. (7. 1 x 10.4 cm) 

Page 9 

REFERENCE: Dube 742 

83.1.119 b 

3. Zwei Tanzerinnen, 1932 
(Two dancers) 

3% x 4'/s in. (8.6 x 10.4 cm) 
Page 14 

REFERENCE: Dube 743 
83.1.119 c 




1484-11 



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1484-10 



1484-14 







1488 




Klee 



419 





1485-2 





1485-3 



1485-5 




1485-4 




1485-6 




1486 




Zwei Kopfe vor Landschaft, 1932 

(Two heads before a landscape) 

3 x 4V8 in. (7.7 x 10.4 em) 

Page 17 

REFERENCE: Dube 744 

83.1.119 d 

Untitled (nude in boat), 1925 

3% x 4V16 in. (9.6 x 10.3 cm) 

Page 47 

REFERENCE: Dube 751 II 

83.1.119 e 

Hirten und Ziegen, 1924 

(Shepherds and goats) 

3% x 4'/s in. (9.6 x 10.4 cm) 

Page 52 

REFERENCE: Dube 843 11 

83. 1.1 19 f 



1486 

Interieur mit junger Frau, c. 1896 
(Interior with young woman) 
Etching and aquatint on laid paper 
5 5 /i6 x 3 13 /i6 in. (13.5 x 9.7 cm) 
From Pan 1, no. 4 (1896): following 242 
provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 
reference: Dennerlein 645 
83.1.1351 i 

1487 

November, c. 1896 

Etching and aquatint printed in brown 

on wove paper 

i2 5 /s x 7 13 /i6 in. (32.0 x 19.9 cm) 

From Pan 2, no. 3 (1896): following 216 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

reference: Dennerlein 1110 

83.1.1351 e 



Eugen Kirchner 
born 1865 Halle 
died 1938 Munich 



1488 

BlickaufeinenFluss, 1912 
(View over a river) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
7 7 /s x n 5 /i6 in. (20.0 x 28.8 cm) 
From portfolio Sema (Munich: 
Delphin-Verlag, 1912) 
inscription: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 8-9 June 1977, lot 443 
reference: Kornfeld 42 B.b 
EXHIBITION: Jordan 110 
M. 82.288.383 h 

1489 

Schlachtfeld, 1914 

(Battlefield) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

2% x 4 3 /i6 in. (6.6 x 10.7 cm) 

From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 3 (1914): 32 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

REFERENCE: Kornfeld 62 II 

exhibition: Reed under 308: Jordan 37 

83.1.1187 e 



Paul Klee 

born 1879 

Munchenbuchsee, 
Switzerland 

died 1940 Muralto, 
Switzerland 



1487 



420 



Klee 



1490 

Der Todfiir die Idee, 1915 

(Death for the idea) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

6 5 /ie x 3% in. (16.0 x 8.5 cm) 

From special edition of Zeit-Echo 1, no. 

7 (1915): 93 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (43) on table of 

contents 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

REFERENCE: Kornfeld 63 II. a 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 308; Jordan 

under 112 

83.1.1192 b 

1491 

Akrobaten, igig 

(Acrobats) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

7 9 /i6 x 3 in. (19.2 x 7.7 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Munchner 

Blatter fur Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 1 (1919): 10 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

provenance: Richard Seewald, 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

REFERENCE: Kornfeld 71 II. a 

exhibition: Reed under 2go 

83.1.13236 

1492 

Ausloschendes Licht, 1919 

(Extinguished light) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

6 5 /i6 x 5V8 in. (16.0 x 13.0 cm) 

From Paul Erich Kiippers, ed.. Das 

Kestnerbuch (Hannover: Heinrich 

Bohme Verlag, 1919), following p. 80 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 13-18 May 1973, part of lot 

4076 

reference: Kornfeld 75 B 

EXHIBITION: Reed 321/9; Fryberger 26; 

Jordan 50 

83.1.140 i 

1493 

DreiKopfe, 1919 

(Three heads) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

4 13 /i6 x 5 13 /i6 in. (12.3 x 14.8 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Munchner 

Blatter fur Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 3 (1919): 38 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

PROVENANCE: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

REFERENCE: Kornfeld 70 III. a 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 290; Fryberger 

21; Jordan 52 

83.1.1315 c 






1490 



1492 




1493 



Klee 



421 







1494 




1497 





1494 

Insekten, 1919 

(Insects) 

Lithograph and watercolor on laid paper 

8'/s x 5 13 /i6 in. (20.6 x 14.7 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fur Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 9 (1919) 

inscription: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

PROVENANCE: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

reference: Kornfeld 74 

exhibition: Reed under 290: Fryberger 

under 21: Jordan under 113 

83.1.1331 a 

1495 

Der schreckliche Traum, 1919 

(The nightmare) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

7 15 /i6 x 5 3 /8 in. (20. 1 x 13.6 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fur Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 11/12(1919): 185 

inscription: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

provenance: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

reference: Kornfeld 76 II. a 

exhibition: Reed under 290 

83- 1- 1333" 

1496 

Versunkenheit, 1919 

(Reverie) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

9 5 /i6 x 6 5 /i6 in. (23.6 x 16.0 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fitr Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 9(1919): 143 

inscription: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

PROVENANCE: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

REFERENCE: Kornfeld 73 H.a 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 290; Fryberger 

under 21; Chipp 150; Jordan 46 

83.1.1331 e 

1497 

Zahlenbaumlandschaft, 1919 
(Number-tree landscape) 
Lithograph on laid paper 
6 7 /s x 4 15 /i6 in. (17.5 x 12.6 cm) 
From deluxe edition of Miinchner 
Blatter fur Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 9(1919): 142 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

provenance: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

REFERENCE: Kornfeld 72 H.a 

exhibition: Reed under 290; Fryberger 

under 21; Jordan 49 

83.1.1331 d 



422 



Klee 



Bernhard Klein 
born 1888 Hamburg 
died 1967 Berlin 



1498 

Riesenblattlaus, 1920 

(Giant aphid) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

5 7 /i6 x z'/j in. (13.8 x 5.7 cm) 

From Kurt Pflster, ed., Deutsche 

Graphiker der Gegenwart (Leipzig: 

Klinkhardt & Biermann, 1920), pi. 10; 

edition of 600 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

REFERENCE: Kornfeld 77 II. b 

exhibition: Reed under 339; Fryberger 

28; Jordan 58 

83.1.171 g 

1499 

Kopf bdrtiger Mann, 1925 
(Head of a bearded man) 
Lithograph on simili-japan paper 
8% x 6 in. (22.3 x 15.3 cm) 
Printed by O. Felsing about 1930 for 
O. W. Gauss, Munich, from edition of 
30 on simili-japan paper 
inscription: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Solomon R. Guggenheim 
Museum, New York; O. P. Reed, Jr., 
Los Angeles; purchased in 1972 
reference: Kornfeld 98 B.a 
M. 82. 288. 138 









.vvj:.H,-%-*.t , . 



1498 



1499 



1500 

Feierabend, c. 1918 

(After work) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 n /i6 x 5 9 /i6 in. (19.5 x 14. 1 cm) 

From Die schone Raritat 2, no. 9 (1918): 

133 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
exhibition: Reed under 301 
83.1.1653 b 

1501 

Alte Glocken, c, 1919 

(Old bells) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 7 /8 x 4^16 in. (14.9 x 11.0 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turin, no. 2 (1919): 

pl-5 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (161/200) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1. 1316 e 

1502 

Dalmatienische Landschaft, c. 1919 

(Dalmatian landscape) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5V& x 5 in. (15.0 x 12.7 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 2 (1919): 

pi. 8 

inscription: numbered (161/200) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1316 h 





1501 



1500 




Klein 



423 





1503 



1504 





1505 



1506 




1503 

Frau mil Spiegel, c. 1919 

(Woman with mirror) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 5 /i6 x 3 15 /i6 in. (16. 1 x 10.0 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 2 (1919): 

pi. 4 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (161/200) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1. 1316 d 

1504 

Joliannes und Salome, c. 1919 

(John the Baptist and Salome) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6'/2 x 4 15 /i6 in. (16.6 x 12.5 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 2 (1919): 

P>- 3 

inscription: numbered (161/200) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1316 c 

1505 

Junge Familie, c. 1919 

(Young family) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 7 /a x 4V4 in. (14.9 x 10.8 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 2 (1919): 

pi. 2 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (161/200) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1316 b 

1506 

Der Reiter aufder Briicke, c. 1919 

(The rider on the bridge) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 7 /s x 4% in. (14.9 x 11. 1 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 2 (1919): 

pi. 6 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (161/200) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

EXHIBITION: Rigby III, 19 

83.1. 1316 f 

1507 

Schlepper und Kdhne, c. 1919 

(Tugboat and barges) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 5 /i6 x 4 5 /i6 in. (16.0 x 11.0 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 2 (1919): 

pi. 7 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (161/200) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1316 g 



1507 



424 



Cesar Klein 

born 1876 Hamburg 
died 1954 Pansdorf 



Klein 

1508 

Der Zeitungsleser, c. 1919 

(Man reading a newspaper) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 15 A& x 4V8 in. (12.6 x 10.5 em) 

From Der schwa rze Turm, no. 2 (1919). 

pi. 1 

inscription: numbered (161/200) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1316 a 



1509 

Untitled (kneeling nude), c. 1912 

Woodcut on wove paper 

io 7 /8 x 7 13 /i6 in. (27.6 x 19.8 cm) 

From Der Sturm 2, no. 98 (1912): 783 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1390.21 

1510 

Untitled (woman in interior), c. 1912 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9 5 /i6 x 7 13 /i6 in. (23.6 x 19.8 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 105 (1912): 5 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1391.1 

1511 

Untitled (seated nude in landscape), 

c. 1912 

Woodcut on wove paper 

I2 15 /i6 x 9V16 in. (32.9 x 23. 1 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. Ii5/n6(i9i2):8i 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1391.9 

1512 

Untitled (seated woman), c. 1914 
Woodcut on wove paper 
8% x 6 5 /i6 in. (21.9 x 16.0 cm) 
From Die Aktion 4, no. 17 (1914): 

369-70 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 30 November 1977, part of 

lot 1173 

83.1.142 e 

1513 

Madchen, c. 1918 

(Girl) 

Woodcut on purple wove paper 

12 13 /ig x 8 1 yi6 in. (32.5 x 22.7 cm) 

From Menschen 1, no. 8 (1918): 3 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 289 

83.1. 1372 f 

1514 

Untitled (nude woman), c. 1918 
Woodcut on green wove paper 
io 15 /ie x 8Vs in. (27.8 x 20.6 cm) 
From Menschen 1, no. 5 (1918): 3 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 
exhibition: Reed under 289 
83.1.1366 c 





1509 



1508 




>v^*2 





1512 



Klemm 



425 








1517 




1515 

Bei der Kartenschldgerin, 1922 
(With the fortune-teller) 
Drypoint on handmade paper 
13 x 8 15 /i6 in. (33. o x 22.7 cm) 
From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe 11 
(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1922) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1.; numbered 
(CXL/CCC) on cover 
PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1972 
EXHIBITION: Reed 317/29 
M. 82.288.378 d 



1516 

Untitled (two men in armor), c. 1914 
Woodcut on laid paper 
8 n /i6 x s'/j in. (22.0 x 13.3 cm) 
From Das neue Pathos 2, no. 1/3 

(1914): 75 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 
acquired by exchange in 1984 
83.1.824 i 

1517 

i£>'5> 1915 

Lithograph on japan paper 

8% x jVi in. (22.2 x 18.4 cm) 

From Kunst und Kunstler 13, no. 5 

(1915): 215 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1. 1244 1 

1518 

Die drei Zigeuner, c. 1916 

(The three gypsies) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

io 9 /i6 x g'/4 in. (26.8 x 23.5 cm) 

From Lieder des Bildermann, 

supplement to Der Bildermann 1, no. 

I3(!9i6) 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

EXHIBITION: not listed in Reed under 

265 

83.1.1462.79 

1519 

Enten, c. 1917 

(Ducks) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 3 /i6 x 6 5 /i6 in. (13.1 x 16.0 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

1, no. 5 (1917); the center also has an 

impression from the regular edition 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (32/110) on 

justification page 

provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 

Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

exhibition: Reed 283/44 

83.1.1089 a 



Paul Kleinschmidt 

born 1883 Bublitz 



died 1949 
Bensheim 



Walther Klemm 

born 1883 Karlsbad 
died 1957 Weimar 



1518 



426 



Hlemui 



1520 

Kleinstadt, c. 1917 

(Small town) 

Drypoint on wove paper 

6 9 /i6 x 5V4 in. (16.7 x 13.4 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

1, no. 5(1917) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (32/110) on 

justification page 

provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 

Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed 283/12 

83.1.1089 b 

1521 

William Tell 

Book with 2 full-page and 56 vignette 
woodcuts on wove paper 
Illustrations to play by Friedrich von 
Schiller (Berlin: Deutsche Buch- 
Gemeinschaft, 1929) 
provenance: Kurt Meyer (ex libris, 
cover); Zeitlin & Ver Brugge, Los 
Angeles; purchased in 1975 
83.1.123.1-58 

1. Untitled (soldiers holding Gessler's 
hat aloft), 1929 

6 5 /i6 x 4 7 /8 in. (16.0 x 12.4 cm) 

Page 37 

83.1.123.13 

2. Untitled (freedom fighters pledging 
their unity), 1929 

7'/i6 x 4 15 /i6 in. (17.9 x 12.6 cm) 

Page 93 

83.1.123.27 



Max Klinger 1522 

Erinnerung, 1894 

born 1857 Leipzig (Memory) 

Etching on wove paper 

died 1920 Leipzig io 7 /s x 6 in. (27.6 x 15.2 cm) 

From Pan 2, no. 2 (1896): before 85 
provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 
reference: Singer 226; Dennerlein 

969 

83.1. 1352 f 

1523 

Der Philosoph, 1895 

(The philosopher) 

Etching and aquatint on wove paper 

11V2 x 7 7 /s in. (29.2 x 20.0 cm) 

From Pan 1, no. 2 (1895-96): 

following 96 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

reference: Singer 244; Dennerlein 

255 

83-1- 1350 j 




1521-1 





1520 





Kneil 



427 




1524 





1528 





15.29 



1526 




1524 

Sommernachtstraum, c. 1917 

(A Midsummer Night's Dream) 

Lithograph on japan paper 

io'/i6 x 9 in. (25.6 x 22.8 cm) 

From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 

from edition A (total edition of 200) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xiv/l) on 

justification page; publisher's blind 

stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

EXHIBITION: Reed 336/3 

M. 82. 288.384.3 



1525 

Madchenkopf, c. 1896 

(Head of a girl) 

Etching printed in black and brown on 

chine colle 

4 15 /i6 x 6'/i in. (12.6 x 15.8 cm) 

From Pan 1, no. 3 (1896): following 166 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

reference: Dennerlein 514 

83.1.1351b 

1526 

Zwei Studienkopfe, c. 1896 

(Two studies of heads) 

Etching on chine colle 

2'/4 x 3 5 /8 in. (5.8 x 9.2 cm) 

From Pan 1, no. 3 (1896): following 172 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

REFERENCE: Dennerlein 516 

83.1.1351c 



1527 

An der sozialistischen Staatskrippe , 

c. 1923 

(At the cradle of the socialist state) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

2% x 7% in. (6.6 x 18.8 cm) 

From Der Pionier 1, no. 5/6 (1923): 17 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1981 

831963J 

1528 

Corpus delicti, 1923 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 x 3V8 in. (12.7 x 8.0 cm) 

From Der Pionier 1, no. 4 (1923): 18 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1981 

83.1.963 a 

1529 

Cuno, c. 1923 

Woodcut on wove paper 

2 15 /i6 x 2 J5 /i6 in. (7.5 x 7.4 cm) 

From Der Pionier 1, no. 5/6 (1923): 17 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1981 

83- 1.963 k 



Erich Klossowski 

born 1875 Ragnit 
died 1949 France 



Edmund Klotz 

born 1855 Inzing, 
Austria 

died 1919 Vienna, 
Austria 



Ernst Kneil 



1527 



428 



Kneil 

1530 

Der deutsch-vblkische Wechselbalg, 

c. 1923 

(The German people's changeling) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 9 /i6 x 4 3 /i6 in. (9. 1 x 10.6 cm) 

From Der Pionier 1, no. 5/6 (1923): 10 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1981 

83.1.963 g 

1531 

Dinters Wiedergeburt, c. 1923 

(Dinter's rebirth) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3V4 x 2V2 in. (8.2 x 6.4 cm) 

From Der Pionier 1, no. 5/6 (1923): 10 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston, 

purchased in 1981 

83.1.963 b 

1532 

Die Himmelspioniere, c. 1923 

(The heavenly pioneers) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 7 /8 x 4V16 in. (9.9 x 10.3 cm) 

From Der Pionier 1, no. 5/6 (1923): 15 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1981 

83.1.9631 

1533 

Die Inflation, c. 1923 

(Inflation) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 : /j x 4% in. (8.3 x 12. 1 cm) 

From Der Pionier i, no. 5/6 (1923): 5 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1981 

83.1.963 b 

1534 

Der kiinfiige Gesandte von Moshau, 

c. 1923 

(The future ambassador from Moscow) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3'/i x 2V2 in. (8.3 x 6.3 cm) 

From Der Pionier 1, no. 5/6 (1923): 8 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1981 

83. 1.963 e 

1535 

Der Notstandsarbeiter, c. 1923 

(The relief worker) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 x 3 in. (10.2 x 7.7 cm) 

From Der Pionier 1, no. 5/6 (1923): 6 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1981 

83.1.963 c 

1536 

Der Regierungsvertreter, c. 1923 
(The government agent) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
3 9 /i6 x 2% in. (9.0 x 7.0 cm) 
From Der Pionier 1, no. 5/6 (1923): 8 
provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 
purchased in 1981 
83. 1.963 f 





1531 



1532 





1533 



1534 





1535 



1536 



Koch 



429 




1538 



jjip^ 





1541 




1539 




1540 




1537 

Verschworung, c. 1923 

(Conspiracy) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5V16 x 4 in. (12.8 x 10.2 cm) 

From Der Pionier 1, no. 5/6 (1923): 7 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston, 

purchased in 1981 

83.1.963 d 

1538 

Das ist unser Los, uenn wir nicht 

kdmpfenden Anted nehmen am 

Weltgeschehen, c. 1924 

(That is our lot when we don't take an 

active interest in world affairs) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 5 /i6 x 7% in. (135 x 18.8 cm) 

From Der Pionier 1, no. 10/1 1 (1924): 28 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1981 

83- 1-96.3 P 

1539 

Im Wahlkampfdienste, c. 1924 
(Serving the election campaign) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
5 13 /i6 x 5V16 in. (14.8 x 12.9 cm) 
From Der Pionier 1, no. 10/11 (1924): 21 
provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 
purchased in 1981 
83.1.96311 

1540 

Um Menschenrechte, 1924 

(On human rights) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 7 /8 x 4'/i6 in. (174 x 10.4 cm) 

From Der Pionier 1, no. 10/11 (1924): 22 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1981 

83- 1- 9630 



1541 Georg E. Kobbe 

Untitled (boat), 1919 

Lithograph on laid paper born 1902 Berlin 

81/2 x 6% in. (21.6 x 16.8 em) 

From Dasjunge Deutschland '2, no. 12 died 1934 

(1919): 334 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

83.1.1631a 



•innate., zr^^ttj^ 



/t tilt 



1542 

Kriegserinnerung, 1919 
(Memories of war) 
Woodcut on brown wove paper 
13W x 8 15 /i6 in. (33.7 x 22.7 cm) 
From series Rudolfinische Drucke, no. 
13, printed by Rudolf Gerstung, pub- 
lished by Wilhelm Gerstung, Offenbach 
am Main, c. 1921; edition of 200 
inscription: signed, 1.1. 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 986 
EXHIBITION: Reed 354 
M. 82.288. 140 



Rudolf Koch 

born 1876 
Nuremberg 

died 1934 
Offenbach 



430 



Koch 



1543 

Was hiilfe es den Menschen, so er die 

ganze Welt gewbnne . . . , c. 1919 

(What profits a man if he gains the 

whole world . . . ) 

Linoleum cut on brown wove paper 

9 x i3 7 /i6 in. (22.9 x 34.2 cm) 

From series Rudolfmische Drucke, no. 

11, printed by Rudolf Gerstung, 
published by Wilhelm Gerstung, 
Offenbach am Main, 1920 
INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1. 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot g86 
M. 82.288. 142 

1544 

Ich bin der Herr, dein Gott, c. 1920 

(I am the Lord, your God) 

Woodcut printed in black and red on 

handmade laid paper 

16% x i8 3 /i6 in. (42.6 x 46.2 cm) 

From series Rudolfmische Drucke, no. 

16, printed by Rudolf Gerstung, 

published by Wilhelm Gerstung, 

Offenbach am Main, 1922 

inscription: initialed, l.r. 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 986 

M. 82.288. 141 a, b 

1545 

Jesaia, 1920 

(Isaiah) 

Woodcut on handmade laid paper 

i2 7 /i6 x 18% in. (31.6 x 46.6 cm) 

From series Rudolfmische Drucke, no. 

12, printed by Rudolf Gerstung, 
published by Wilhelm Gerstung, 
Offenbach am Main, 1920 
inscription: signed, 1.1.: initialed and 
dated, l.r. 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 986 
M.82.288.i3ga, b 




TCH BINDER 
HERR/DHNj 




iufoOltratttttOT 




Moissey Kogan 

born 1879 Orgeyev, 
Bessarabia 

died 1943 France 



1546 

Untitled (two nudes), c. 1922 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6'/4 x 2'/s in. (15.8 x 5.4 cm) 

From Der Querschnitt durch 1922 

(Diisseldorf: Galerie Alfred 

Flechtheim, 1922), p. 1 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (29/400) facing 

title page 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York: 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.828 a 

1547 

Untitled (two nudes), c. 1922 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 5 /i6 x 2V16 in. (13.5 x 5.2 cm) 

From Der Querschnitt durch 1922 

(Diisseldorf: Galerie Alfred 

Flechtheim, 1922), p. 2 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (29/400) facing 

title page 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.828 b 





1545 







1549 



1546 



1548 





1550 




Kohl 

1548 

Untitled (two nudes), c. 1922 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5'/4 x 2'/s in. (13.3 x 5.4 cm) 

From Der Querschnitt durch 1922 

(Diisseldorf: Galerie Alfred 

Flechtheim, 1922), p. 3; the image also 

appears following p. 150 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (29/400) facing 

title page 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.828 c 

1549 

Untitled (seated male nude), c. 1922 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7'/i6 x 3'/i6 in. (179 x 7.8 cm) 

From Der Querschnitt durch 1922 

(Diisseldorf: Galerie Alfred 

Flechtheim, 1922), following p. 10 

inscription: numbered (29/400) facing 

title page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83. 1.828 d 



431 



1550 

Hohe Stunde, c. 1919 

(The sublime hour) 

Lithograph on heavy wove paper 

8% x 7V8 in. (21.3 x 18. 1 cm) 

From Joachim Kirchner, Junge Berliner 

Kunst, Wasmuths Kunsthefte, no. 6 

(Berlin: E. Wasmuth, [igig?]), pi. 6 

PROVENANCE: W. F. Arntz, Haag 

(Oberbayern); purchased in 1975 

83. 1.120 f 

1551 

Untitled (cover), c. 1919 

Lithograph printed in black and green 

on gray cover stock 

12 x g'/a in. (30.5 x 23.2 cm) 

From Joachim Kirchner, Junge Berliner 

Kunst, Wasmuths Kunsthefte, no. 6 

(Berlin: E. Wasmuth, [1919?]), cover 

provenance: W. F. Arntz, Haag 

(Oberbayern); purchased in 1975 

83.1.120 n 



1552 

Untitled (family), 1922 
Lithograph on wove paper 
7 n /i6 x n'/s in. (19.5 x 28.3 cm) 
From Georg Biermann, ed., Jahrbuch 
derjungen Kmist (Leipzig: Klinkhardt 
& Biermann, 1922), before p. 69 
provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1975 
EXHIBITION: Beed 320/1922.2 
83.1.800 b 



Adolf Koglsperger 

born 1891 Bremen 



Robert Kohl 



born 1891 Vienna 
Austria 



432 



Kohlhoff 



Wilhelm Kohlhoff 1553 

Das Drama, c. 1917 
born 1893 Berlin (The play) 

Lithograph on brown japan paper 
died 1971 io'Visx g 7 /i6 in. (27.2 x 24.0 cm) 

From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 

from edition A (total edition of 200) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(xiv/l) on justification page; publisher's 

blind stamp, l.r. 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

EXHIBITION: Reed 336/17; Guenther 

432 

M. 82. 288.384. 17 

1554 

Der Blinde, c. 1919 

(The blind man) 

Lithograph on heavy wove paper 

io 5 /8 x 5 u /i6 in. (27.0 x 14.5 cm) 

From Joachim Kirchner, Junge Berliner 

Kunst, Wasmuths Kunsthefte, no. 6 

(Berlin: E. Wasmuth, [1919?]), pi. 7 

provenance: W. F. Arntz, Haag 

(Oberbayern); purchased in 1975 

83. 1.120 g 

1555 

Der Reiter, 1922 

(The rider) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

8 n /i6 x 7V16 in. (22.0 x 18.0 cm) 

From Georg Biermann, ed.,]ahrbuch 

derjungen Kunst (Leipzig: Klinkhardt 

& Biermann, 1922), following p. 152 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed 320/1922.3 

83. 1.800 c 




1553 





£r*-Z £<0 



Oskar Kokoschka 


1556 

Die trawnenden Knaben 


1554 


born 1886 


(The dreaming boys) 




Pdchlarn, 


Book with 8 color lithographs 


jttSVg] 


Austria 


mechanically transferred to stone, on 


«&*■ 




wove paper 


-J7& 


died 1980 


Illustrations to poem by Kokoschka 




Villeneuve. 


(Vienna: Wiener Werkstatte, 1908); 


Switzerland 


from second edition (Leipzig: Kurt 

Wolff Verlag, 1917) 

inscription: signed on dedication 


~^^r' 




7"i'<> 




page, July 1978; numbered (35/275) on 


i'rli. 




justification page 










PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 




Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, lot 998 




REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 22-29 
exhibition: Reed 46 


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m 




83.1. 125 a-h 


■'•'■ 




1. Schlafende Frau, 1906-8 






(Sleeping woman) 






Printed in black, blue, yellow, 
green, and red 


1556-1 




g'/2 x 9 ! /i6 in. (24. 1 x 23.0 cm) 






Plate 1 






REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 22 






83.1.125 a 






1556-2 



Kokoschka 



433 




1556-3 






1556-4 




1556-6 



1556-7 




2. Das Segelschiff, 1906-8 
(The sailboat) 

Printed in black, blue, yellow, 

green, and red 

g'/2 x 9 in. (24. 1 » 22.8 em) 

Plate 2 

reference: Wingler and Welz 23 

83.1.125 b 

3. Die Schiffer rufen, 1906-8 
(The sailors shout) 

Printed in black, blue, yellow, 

green, and red 

9V2 x g'/ie in. (24. 1 x 23.0 cm) 

Plate 3 

reference: Wingler and Welz 24 

83.1.125 c 

4. Die feme Insel, 1906-8 
(The distant island) 
Printed in black, blue, yellow, 
green, and red 

g'/z x 9Vi6 in. (24. 1 x 23.0 cm) 
Plate 4 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 25 
83.1. 125 d 

5. Paare im Gesprach, 1906-8 
(Couples in conversation) 
Printed in black, blue, yellow, 
green, and red 

9 7 /i6 x 9V16 in. (24.0 x 23.0 cm) 

Plate 5 

reference: Wingler and Welz 26 

83.1.1256 

6. Die Schlafenden, 1906-8 
(The sleeping ones) 
Printed in black, blue, yellow, 
green, and red 

9V2 x 9V16 in. (24. 1 x 23.0 cm) 
Plate 6 

reference: Wingler and Welz 27 
83.1.125 f 

7. Die Erwachenden, 1906-8 
(The awakening ones) 
Printed in black, blue, yellow, 
green, and red 

9'/2 x g'/i6 in. (24. 1 x 23.0 cm) 

Plate 7 

reference: Wingler and Welz 28 

831125 s 

8. Das Madchen Li und ich, 1906-8 
(The girl Li and I) 

Printed in black, blue, yellow, 

green, ocher, and red 

9 7 /i6 x g'/i6 in. (24.0 x 23.0 cm) 

Plate 8 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 29 

83.1. 125 h 



1556-8 



434 



Kokoschka 



1557 

Vierzehn Postkarten der Wiener 
Werkstatte 

(Fourteen postcards from the Wiener 

Werkstatte) 

Fourteen color lithographs 

mechanically transferred to stone, on 

white board 

Each: 5V2 x 3V2 in. (14.0 x 9.0 cm) (card 

size) 

From set of 15 postcards (lacking 

Wingler and Welz 16) 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 21 June 1973, lot 433 (except cat. 

no. 1557.2: Frederick Mulder, London; 

purchased in 1977) 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 3-15, 17 

EXHIBITION: Reed 45/1-14 

M. 82. 288. 143-56 

1. Reiter und Segelschiff, 1906-8 
(Rider and sailboat) 

4 I3 /i6 x 3V6 in. (12.3 x 8.0 cm) 
REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 3 
exhibition: Reed 45/1 
M. 82. 288. 149 

2. Blumengarten, 1906-8 
(Flower garden) 

3 u /i6 x 2 15 /i6 in. (9.4 x 7.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 4 
exhibition: Reed 45/2 
M. 82.288. 143 

3. Jager und Tiere, 1906-8 
(Hunter and animals) 

4 7 /s x 3 5 /i6 in. (12.4 x 8.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 5 
EXHIBITION: Reed 45/3 
M. 82.288. 144 

4. Flotenspieler und Fledermause, 
1906-8 

(Flutist and bats) 

$V$ x 3% in. (13.0 x 8.0 cm) 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 6 

EXHIBITION: Reed 45/4 

M. 82. 288. 152 

5. Biedermeierdame auf Wiese, 
1906-8 

(Biedermeier woman in meadow) 
4 13 /i6 x 3'/i in. (12.3 x 8.3 cm) 
reference: Wingler and Welz 7 
EXHIBITION: Reed 45/5 
M. 82. 288. 148 

6. Madchen mit Lamm von Rdubern 
bedroht, 1906-8 

(Girl with lamb, threatened by 

robbers) 

5V6 x 3Vi in. (13.0 x 8.0 em) 

reference: Wingler and Welz 8 

exhibition: Reed 45/6 

M. 82.288. 151 

7. Musikanten, 1906-8 
(Musicians) 

5'/i x 3 7 /i6 in. (13.4 x 8.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 9 
exhibition: Reed 45/7 
M. 82.288. 154 






1557-3 





1557-6 




1557-2 





1557-8 



Kokoschka 



435 




1557-9 




1557-11 





1557-10 





1557-12 




8. Madchen mit Schaf auf Bergtviese, 

1906-8 

(Girl with sheep in mountain 

meadow) 

5 3 /i6 x 3'/-! in. (13.2 x 8.2 cm) 

reference: Wingler and Welz 10 

exhibition: Reed 45/8 

M. 82.288. 146 

9. Sennerin und Kuh, 1906-8 
(Dairymaid with cow) 

5 3 /i6 x 3% in. (13.2 x 8.5 cm) 
reference: Wingler and Welz 11 
EXHIBITION: Reed 45/9 
M. 82.288. 156 

10. Drei Hirten, Hund and Schafe, 
1906-8 

(Three shepherds, dog, and sheep) 
5'/4 x 3% in. (13.4 x 8.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 12 
EXHIBITION: Reed 45/10 
M. 82.288. 155 

11. Mutter mit drei Kindern, 1906-8 
(Mother with three children) 

5'/s x 3V16 in. (13.0 x 7.8 cm) 
REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 13 
exhibition: Reed 45/11 
M. 82.288. 145 

12. Drei Madchen, Lamm und 
Paradiesvogel, 1906-8 
(Three girls, lamb, and birds of 
paradise) 

4 15 /i6 x 3 3 /i6 in. (12.5 x 8. 1 cm) 
reference: Wingler and Welz 14 
EXHIBITION: Reed 45/12 
M. 82.288. 153 

13. Madchen am Fenster, 1906-8 
(Girl at the window) 

5V4 x 3 7 /i6 in. (13.4 x 8.7 cm) 
reference: Wingler and Welz 15 
exhibition: Reed 45/13 
M. 82.288. 147 

14. Madchen aufWiese vor einem Dorf, 
1906-8 

(Girl in meadow before a village) 
5'/i6 x 3'/s in. (12.8 x 7.9 cm) 
reference: Wingler and Welz 17 
EXHIBITION: Reed 45/14 
M. 82. 288. 150 

1558 

Hirsch, Fuchs und Zauberer, 1907 

(Stag, fox, and magician) 

Lithograph mechanically transferred to 

stone, printed in black, blue, green, 

and red on laid paper 

5 13 /i6 x 5 15 /i6 in. (14.8 x 15. 1 cm) 

Illustration to the play Das getupfte Ei 

by Kokoschka, in the first program book 

Kabarett Fledermaus (Vienna: Wiener 

Werkstatte, 1907) 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

15 November 1979, part of lot 2899 

reference: Wingler and Welz 20 

83.1.167 a 



436 



Kokoschka 



1559 

Frauenmord: "Morder, Hoffnung der 

Frauen" c. 1908-9 

(Murder of women: "Murderer, hope of 

women") 

Pencil, ink, and watereolor on soft wove 

paper 

i2'/8 x io'/s in. (30.8 x 25.7 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: initialed, l.r. 

provenance: Karl & Faber, Munich, 12 

November 1980, lot 1456 

reference: Ernest Rathenau, Oskar 

Kokoschka: Handzeichnungen, 1906- 

1969 (New York: Ernest Rathenau, 

1971), p. 13, pi. 23; Ivan Fenjo, OK: Die 

friihe Graphik (Vienna: Euroart, 1976), 

P- 57. P>- 36 

EXHIBITION: Chipp 70; Vergo 3.65, pi. 
24: Varnedoe, p. 214; Calvocoressi 104 
M. 82. 287. 85 

1560 

Ex libris Frau Emma Backer, c. 1909 
Rubber stamp(?) printed in brown on 
wove paper 

2 15 /i6 x 2% in. (7.5 x 6.0 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 24 May 1975, lot 1590 
reference: not in Wingler and Welz 
exhibition: Reed 47 
M. 82.288. 157 

1561 

Die chinesische Mauer 

(The Chinese wall) 

Portfolio of 8 lithographs on simili-japan 

paper 

Illustrations to collection of essays by 

Karl Kraus (Leipzig: Kurt Wolf f Verlag, 

1914); it is uncertain whether this set is 

from the book edition of 200 or the 

portfolio edition of 30 

inscription: each sheet signed, l.r. 

provenance: Kulturministerium 

Baden-Wurttemberg; Hauswedell & 

Nolte, Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, lot 

999 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 35-42 

exhibition: Reed 187/1-8 

M. 82.288. 164 a-h 

1. Der Mord, 1913 
(The murder) 

13V8 x io l5 /i6 in. (33.3 x 27.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 35 
EXHIBITION: Reed 187/1 
M.82.288.i64a 

2. Aristoteles und Phyllis, 1913 
(Aristotle and Phyllis) 

11 x io 15 /ie in. (28.0 x 27.8 cm) 
reference: Winger and Welz 36 
exhibition: Reed 187/2; Chipp 72 
M. 82.288. 164 b 

3. Frau mit Kind und Tod, 1913 
(Woman with child and Death) 
12V4 x io 3 /i6 in. (31.2 x 25.8 cm) 
reference: Wingler and Welz 37 
EXHIBITION: Reed 187/3 

M. 82. 288. 164 c 




1559 




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1560 









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1561-1 



1561-2 





1561-3 



Kokoschka 



437 








1561-5 





1562-1 








owaweaf 




1561-6 




i»» 



mm 




1561-8 




1562-2 



4. Am Spinnrad, 1913 
(At the spinning wheel) 

13% x ioVj in. (340 x 26.0 cm) 
reference: Wingler and Welz 38 
exhibition: Reed 187/4 
M. 82. 288. 164 d 

5. Die christliche Liebe, 1913 
(Christian love) 

i2 3 /s x gV& in. (31.4 x 25. 1 cm) 
reference: Wingler and Welz 39 
exhibition: Reed 187/5 
M. 82.288. 164 e 

6. Weib, vom Marine begehrt, 1913 
(Woman, by man desired) 

12% x 9V8 in. (31.4 x 25. 1 cm) 
REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 40 
exhibition: Reed 187/6 
M-82.288.164f 

7. Lauscher, 1913 
(Eavesdropper) 

n 3 /i6 x io I5 /i6 in. (28.4 x 27.7 cm) 
REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 41 
EXHIBITION: Reed 187/7; Guenther 

175 

M. 82.288. 164 g 

8. Die Eindringlinge, 1913 
(The intruders) 

11x11 in. (27.9 x 28.0 cm) 

reference: Wingler and Welz 42 

exhibition: Reed 187/8; Guenther 

176 

M. 82. 288. 164 h 

1562 

Der gefesselte Columbus 

(The bound Columbus) 

Portfolio of 12 lithographs on J. W. 

Zanders paper 

Illustrations to poem by Kokoschka 

(Berlin: Fritz Gurlitt Verlag, 1920-21); 

from third edition (total edition of 120; 

two earlier editions from 1916 totaled 

200) 

inscription: numbered (54/70) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1979 

reference: Wingler and Welz 43-54 

M. 82.287.333-1 

1. Das Gesicht des Weibes, 1913 
(The face of woman) 

8"/i6 x 7% in. (22.0 x 19.3 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: initialed, l.r. 
reference: Wingler and Welz 43 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 73 
M. 82.287. 33 a 

2. Der neue Columbus und der heilige 
Georg, 1913 

(The new Columbus and Saint 

George) 

I2 13 /i6 x I2 13 /i6 in. (32.5 x 32.6 cm) 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 44 

M. 82.287.33 b 

3. Das jiingste Gericht, 1913 
(The Last Judgment) 

i2 13 /i6 x li'/s in. (32.5 x 28.2 cm) 
reference: Wingler and Welz 45 
M. 82. 287. 33 c 



1562-3 



438 



Kokoschka 



1562 (continued) 

4. Der Weg ins Grab, 1913 
(The path to the grave) 

io 7 /8 x n'/8 in. (27.6 x 28.3 cm) 
reference: Wingler and Welz 46 
M. 82. 287. 33 d 

5. Das Paar im Kerzenlicht, 1913 
(Couple in candlelight) 

I2 15 /i6 x 10% in. (32.9 x 26.3 cm) 
reference: Wingler and Welz 47 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 74 
M. 82. 287. 33 e 

6. Der Apfel der Eva, 1913 
(The apple of Eve) 

13% x n 5 /s in. (34.0 x 29.6 cm) 
REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 48 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 75 
M. 82. 287. 33 f 

7. Am Scheidewege, 1913 
(At the fork in the road) 

i4 5 /i6 x io 7 /i6 in. (36.3 x 26.5 cm) 
reference: Wingler and Welz 49 
M. 82.287. 33 g 

8. Der Mann mit erhobenen Armen 
und die Gestalt des Todes, 1913 
(Man with raised arms and the 
figure of Death) 

11 Vi x io I5 /i6 in. (29.2 x 27.8 cm) 
reference: Wingler and Welz 50 
M. 82. 287. 33 h 

9. Begegnung, 1913 
(Encounter) 

i2 3 /i6 x n 5 /8 in. (30.9 x 29.5 cm) 
reference: Wingler and Welz 51 

EXHIBITION: Chipp 76 

M. 82. 287.331 

10. Weib uber Schemen gebeugt, 1913 
(Woman bent over phantom) 

H 3 A x 12 in. (22.2 x 30.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 52 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 77 
M. 82. 287. 33 j 

11. Das Weib triumphiert uber den 
Toten, 1913 

(The woman triumphs over the 

corpse) 

i2 3 /i6 x io'/i6 in. (31.0 x 25.5 cm) 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 53 

M. 82. 287. 33 k 

12. Das reine Gesicht, 1913 
(The clear face) 

8'/s x 13V4 in. (20.7 x 33.6 cm) 
reference: Wingler and Welz 54 
M. 82. 287. 33 1 




1562-4 



I ■*£ 




1562-6 




1562-8 








1562-9 




1562-12 



Kokoschka 



439 







1563-2 




1563 

Alios Makar 

Five lithographs on wove paper 

From Zeit-Echo l, no. 20 (1915): 

297-308 

inscription: each sheet signed (in 

1978), l.r. 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 69-73 

EXHIRITION: Reed under 308 

83.1.1205 a-e 

1. Mdnnlicher und weiblicher Akt, 
sitzend, 1914 

(Seated male and female nudes) 
6 13 /ie x 4 9 /i6 in. (17.3 x 11.6 cm) 
Page 297 

reference: Wingler and Welz 69 
83.1.1205 a 

2. Der Mann, im Schosse des Weibes 
liegend, 1914 

(The man lying in the lap of the 

woman) 

6 x 5 13 /i6 in. (15.3 x 14.8 cm) 

Page 299 

reference: Wingler and Welz 70 

83.1.1205 b 

3. Der Mann im Boot, 1914 
(The man in the boat) 

5 u /i6 x 7V2 in. (144 x 19. 1 cm) 
Page 303 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 71 
83.1.1205 c 

4. Sonne uber einem vogeldhnlichen 
Paar, 1914 

(Sun over a birdlike couple) 
7V16 x 5 15 /i6 in. (18.0 x 15. 1 cm) 
Page 305 

reference: Wingler and Welz 72 
83.1.1205 d 

5. Mann und Weib mit Schlange, 1914 
(Man and woman with snake) 

6'/s x 4 13 /i6 in. (15.5 x 12.2 cm) 

Page 308 

reference: Wingler and Welz 73 

83.1.12056 



1563-5 



440 



Kokoschka 



1564 

O Ewigkeit— du Donnerwort; 
Bachkantate 

(O eternity— thou thundering word; 

Bach cantata) 

Portfolio of 1 1 lithographs on Van 

Gelder Zonen paper 

Published by Fritz Gurlitt Verlag, 

Berlin, 1916; from deluxe edition of 25. 

The center also has a bound copy from 

the second edition (1918) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 

provenance: Hilde Ascher Allen; B. E. 

Lewis, Inc., San Francisco; purchased 

in 1977 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 58-68 

EXHIBITION: Beed 190/1-11 

M. 82. 288. 168 a- k 

1. Selbstbildnis, Brustbild mit 
Zeiclienstift, 1914 
(Bust-length self-portrait with 
drawing pencil) 

I7 15 /i6 x 12 in. (455 x 30.5 cm) 
reference: Wingler and Welz 58 
exhibition: Beed 190/1; Chipp 78 
M.8z.288.i68a 

2. Drachen iiber einer Flamme, 1914 
(Dragons over a flame) 

io 7 /i6 x 7'/4 in. (26.5 x 18.5 cm) 
The center has another impression 
from the deluxe edition of 1916 
reference: Wingler and Welz 59 
exhibition: Reed 190/2 
M. 82. 288. 168 b 

3. Der Wanderer im Gewitter, 1914 
(Traveler in a thunderstorm) 
i6 15 /i6 x 11% in. (43.0 x 29.8 cm) 
reference: Wingler and Welz 60 
exhibition: Reed 190/3 

M. 82.288. 168 c 

4. Das Weib fiihrt den Mann, 1914 
(The woman leads the man) 
i5 7 /i6 x i2 5 /i6 in. (39.2 x 31.3 cm) 
The center has another impression 
from the 1917 edition of 100 
reference: Wingler and Welz 61 
exhibition: Beed 190/4 

M. 82. 288. 168 d 

5. Die Fleltende, 1914 
(The supplicant) 

i6 3 /i6 x io 15 /i6 in. (41. 1 x 27.7 cm) 
reference: Wingler and Welz 62 
EXHIBITION: Beed 190/5 
M. 82.288. 168 e 

6. Das letzte Lager, 1914 
(The last camp) 

i6 3 /i6 x i2'/i6 in. (41. 1 x 30.7 cm) 
reference: Wingler and Welz 63 
EXHIBITION: Beed 190/6 
M. 82. 288. 168 f 

7. Furcht und Hoffnung: Der Mann 
trostet das Weib, 1914 

(Fear and hope: The man comforts 

the woman) 

i5 3 /i6 x n 15 /i6 in. (38.5 x 30.3 cm) 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 64 

EXHIBITION: Beed 190/7 

M. 82. 288. 168 g 





1564-2 



1564-1 




1564-3 





1564-4 




1564-6 



1564-5 



Kokoschka 



441 







1564-10 



1564-9 




8. Mann und Weib aufdem 
Sterbeweg, 1914 

(Man and woman on the road to 

death) 

15 x n 13 /i6 in. (38. 1 x 30.0 cm) 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 65 

exhibition: Reed 190/8 

M. 82.288. 168 h 

9. Der Adler: "Selig sind die Toten" 

1914 

(The eagle: "Blessed are the dead") 
i3 7 /s x n 7 /i6 in. (35.3 x 29. 1 cm) 
The center has another impression 
from the deluxe edition of 1916 
reference: Wingler and Welz 66 
EXHIBITION: Reed 190/9 
M. 82.288. 168 i 

10. Der Mann erhebt seinen Kopf aus 
dem Grabe, aufdem das Weib sitzt, 

19M 

(The man raises his head from the 

grave, on which the woman sits) 

17% x 13 1 ./. in. (44.4 x 33.7 cm) 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 67 

exhibition: Reed 190/10 

M. 82. 288. 168 j 

11. Pieta: "Es ist genug," 1914 
(Pieta: "It is enough") 

nV4 x i2 n /i6 in. (29.2 x 32.2 cm) 
The center has another impression 
from the deluxe edition of 1916 
reference: Wingler and Welz 68 
EXHIBITION: Reed 190/11 
M. 82. 288. 168 k 

1565 

Das Abendtnahl, 1916 

(The Last Supper) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

8 1 /* x io 9 /i6 in. (21.0 x 26.8 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 17 

(1916): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 180 

reference: Wingler and Welz 83 

EXHIBITION: Reed 265/21 

83.1.1462.65 

1566 

Auferstehung, 1916 

(The Resurrection) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

9 15 /i6 x n 13 /i6 in. (25.2 x 30.0 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 14 (1916): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 180 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 81 

EXHIBITION: Reed 265/19 

83.1.1462.56 

1567 

Christi Dornenkronung, 1916 
(Christ crowned with thorns) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
ioVi6 x i2 3 /i6 in. (25.6 x 30.9 cm) 
From Der Bildermann 1, no. 9 (1916): 4 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 180 
reference: Wingler and Welz 79 
EXHIBITION: Reed 265/17 
83.1.1462.36 



1566 



442 



Kokoschka 



1568 

Christus am Kreuz, 1916 

(The Crucifixion) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

lo'/a x 12% in. (26.7 x 31.5 cm) 

From Der Bildennann 1, no. 12 

(1916): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 180 

reference: Wingler and Welz 80 

EXHIBITION: Reed 265/18 

83.1.1462.48 

1569 

Christus am Olberg, 1916 
(Christ on the Mount of Olives) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
io 9 /i6 x 12% in. (26.8 x 31.5 cm) 
From Der Bildennann 1, no. 7 (1916): 4 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 180 
reference: Wingler and Welz 78 
EXHIBITION: Reed 265/16 
83.1.1462.28 

1570 

Der Judashuss, 1916 

(The kiss of Judas) 

Lithqgraph on wove paper 

9'/2 x n'/4 in. (24.2 x 28.5 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 16 

(1916): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 180 

reference: Wingler and Welz 82 

EXHIBITION: Reed 265/20 

83.1.1462.64 

1571 

Rast aufder Flucht nach Agypten, 1916 

(Rest on the flight to Egypt) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

8 7 A x 11% in. (22.6 x 28.9 cm) 

From Der Bildennann 1, no. 18 

(1916): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 180 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 84 

EXHIBITION: Reed 265/22 

83.1.1462.72 

1572 

Hiob 

(Job) 

Book with 14 lithographs on Old 

Stratford paper 

Illustrations to play by Kokoschka 

(Berlin: Paul Cassirer, 1917) 

INSCRIPTION: signed and numbered 

(14/100) on justification page 

provenance: Sotheby's, New York, 

9-10 November 1978, lot 119 

reference: Wingler and Welz 87- 100 

83.1.126 a-n 

1. Adam undEva, 1916-17 

(Adam and Eve) 

Printed in red 

9% x 10 in. (24.7 x 25.4 cm) 

Page 5 

reference: Wingler and Welz 87 

83.1.126 a 





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2. Hiob, Kammerjungfrau und 
Papagei, 1916-17 

(Job, chambermaid, and parrot) 
11% x g'/i in. (29.8 x 23.5 cm) 
Page 7 

reference: Wingler and Welz 88 
83. 1. 126 b 

3. Hiob cor der Ttire Animas, 
1916-17 

(Job at Animas door) 

Printed in red 

6% x io 5 /i6 in. (16.3 x 26.2 cm) 

Page 14 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 89 

83.1.126 c 

4. Hiob und der Kautschukmann, 
1916-17 

(Job and the contortionist) 
n 9 /i6 x g'/j in. (29.4 x 23.5 cm) 
Page 19 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 90 
83.1.126 d 

5. Hiob und der Pudel, 1916-17 
(Job and the poodle) 
Printed in red 

6% x 9'/s in. (17.2 x 23. 1 cm) 
Page 2 1 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 91 
83.1.126 e 

6. Hiob, Anima und der 
Kautschukmann, 1916—17 

(Job, Anima, and the contortionist) 
n 5 /i6 x qV* in. (28.8 x 23.5 cm) 
Page 27 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 92 
83.1. 126 f 

7. Hiob und die Frduleins, 1916-17 
(Job and the maidens) 

i2 9 /i6 x g l A in. (319 x 23.5 cm) 
Page 35 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 93 
83.1. 126 g 

8. Das Frdulein und der Heisssporn, 
1916-17 

(The maiden and the firebrand) 

Printed in red 

6% x 9% in. (17.2 x 23.8 cm) 

Page 38 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 94 

83.1.126 h 

9. Der Hexenschuss, 1916-17 
(Lumbago) 

Printed in red 

7 9 /i6 x 9% in. (19.2 x 24.8 cm) 

Page 42 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 95 

83.1.126 i 

10. Eros und das Paar am Tisch, 
1916-17 

(Eros and the couple at the table) 

Printed in red 

6Vi6 x 8 15 /i6 in. (15.4 x 22.7 cm) 

Page 43 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 96 

83. 1.126 j 

11. Hiob mit Geweih, 1916-17 
(Job with horns) 

11V4 x 9 3 /i6 in. (28.5 x 23.4 cm) 
Page 45 

reference: Wingler and Welz 97 
83.1.126 k 



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1572 (continued) 

12. Die Herren in Trauerkleidung, 
1916-17 

(The gentlemen in mourning dress) 
nVi x g 3 /i6 in. (28.5 x 23.4 cm) 
Page 49 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 98 
83.1.126 1 

13. Anima mit Kautschukmann, 
1916-17 

(Anima with contortionist) 

Printed in red 

6 3 /i6 x 6 7 /s in. (15.8 x 17.5 cm) 

Page 52 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 99 

83.1.126 m 

14. End: Anima und Hiob, 1916—17 
(End: Anima and Job) 

gVie x i2 3 /i6 in. (23.0 x 31.0 cm) 
Page 55 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 100 
83.1.126 n 

1573 

Sturm, 1916-17 

(The Tempest) 

Lithograph on japan paper 

10T/16 x 9 7 /i6 in. (26.5 x 24.0 cm) 

From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 

from edition A (total edition of 200) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(xiv/l) on justification page; publisher's 

blind stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 86 

EXHIBITION: Reed 336/20 

M. 82.288.384.20 

1574 

Lob des hohen Verstandes 

(In praise of higher reason) 
Book with 6 lithographs on wove paper 
Illustrations to essay by Victor Dirsztay 
(Leipzig: Kurt Wolff Verlag, 1917) 
inscription: each sheet signed, l.r.; 
signed facing title page, July 1978 
provenance: Galerie Henze, 
Campione d Italia, Switzerland; 
purchased in 1975 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 104-9 
EXHIBITION: Reed 191 
83. 1.756 a-f 

1. Den Strick bloss zu beschaffen 
gilt's, 1917 

(Only the rope is necessary) 
7 7 /i6 x 5 7 /8 in. (18.9 x 14.9 cm) 
Following page 10 
reference: Wingler and Welz 104 
83.1.756 a 

2. Versunken wieder in Schlaf . . . , 

1917 

(Lost again in sleep . . .) 

6V2 x &Vt in. (16.5 x 15.9 cm) 

Following page 14 

reference: Wingler and Welz 105 

83.1.756 b 





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1576 



3. Wie geht's zu mit dem Todesfall? 

1917 

(How goes it with the dead?) 

8V4 x 6 15 /i6 in. (21.0 x 17.6 cm) 

Following page 16 

reference: Wingler and Welz 106 

83.1.756 c 

4. Jener schldgt die arme Zeit ganz tot, 

1917 

(That one strikes poor time 

completely dead) 

6 9 /i6 x 6 3 /i6 in. (16.6 x 15.7 cm) 

Following page 18 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 107 

83. 1.756 d 

5. Der Begiinstigte und der in den 
Staub Zerfallene, 1917 

(The favored one and the one 

crumbled into dust) 

7 5 /i6 x 6 5 /i6 in. (18.6 x 16.0 cm) 

Following page 24 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 108 

83.1.756 c 

6. Unwerte Gesichter (Der 
verdammten Chor), 1917 
(Unworthy faces [The chorus of the 
condemned]) 

6"/i6 x 6 15 /i6 in. (17.0 x 17.6 cm) 
Following page 26 
REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 109 
83. 1.756 f 

1575 

Portrdt Kathe Richter, 1917 

(Portrait of Kathe Richter) 

Lithograph on japan paper 

9% x 6"/i6 in. (24.8 x 17.3 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

1, no. 10 (1917); the center also has an 

impression from the regular edition 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (32/110) on 

justification page 

provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 

Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

reference: Wingler and Welz 112 
exhibition: Reed 283/45; Chipp 152 
83.1.1094 a 

1576 

Portrdt Kathe Richter, 1917 

(Portrait of Kathe Richter) 

Lithograph on japan paper 

n'/s x 8% in. (28.2 x 21.3 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

1, no. 10 (1917) 

provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 

Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

reference: Wingler and Welz 113 
exhibition: Reed 283/13 
83.1.1094 b 



1575 



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1577 

Corona 1, 1918 

Lithograph printed in red-brown on 

J. W. Zanders paper 

22 3 /is x 15% in. (56.4 x 40.0 cm) 

Published by Paul Cassirer, Berlin, 

lgig; from edition of 30 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r. 

provenance: Sotheby's, London, 29 

April 1975, lot 87 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 126 

EXHIBITION: Reed 192 

M. 82.288. 158 

1578 

Corona 2, 1918 
Lithograph on wove paper 
23 7 /s x 18V2 in. (60.6 x 47.0 cm) 
Published by Paul Cassirer, Berlin, 
1919, from edition of 30 
provenance: Karl & Faber, Munich, 
23-25 November 1978, lot 1271 
reference: Wingler and Welz 127 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 80 

M. 82. 288. 160 

1579 

Walter Hasenclever, Brustbild nach 
links, 1918 

(Walter Hasenclever, bust-length 
portrait facing left) 
Lithograph on J. W. Zanders paper 
24 7 /ie x i6 5 /8 in. (62. 1 x 42.3 cm) 
Published by Paul Cassirer, Berlin; 
from edition of 50 (total edition of 75) 
inscription: signed, l.r. 
provenance: R. E. Lewis, Inc., San 
Anselmo, California; purchased in 1974 
reference: Wingler and Welz 118 
exhibition: Reed 193; Chipp 79 
M. 82. 288. 159 

1580 

Dai Konzert 1 —Naemie, 1920 

(The concert 1— Naomi) 

Lithograph printed in red-brown on 

J. W. Zanders paper 

27% x i8'/4 in. (69.6 x 46.3 cm) 

From portfolio Die Tochter des Bundes 

(Berlin: Paul Cassirer, 1921) 

inscription: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(6/50) and titled, 1.1. 

provenance: Galerie Henze, 

Campione dTtalia, Switzerland; 

purchased in 1981 

reference: Wingler and Welz 140 

M. 82. 287. 32 

1581 

Mddchenbildnis, 1923 
(Portrait of a girl) 
Lithograph on laid paper 
9 7 /i6 x 6 n /i6 in. (24.0 x 17.0 cm) 
From Hermann Struck, Die Kunst des 
Radierens, 5th ed. (Berlin: Paul 
Cassirer, 1923), before p. 157 
provenance: Herman George 
Scheffauer (inscribed by author, 6 
August 1926, on title page); Sims, Reed 
& Fogg, London; purchased in 1985 
reference: Wingler and Welz 159 
M.86.80 c; Book Purchase Fund 





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1582 

Paul Westheim—Kopf, 1923 

(Head of Paul Westheim) 

Lithograph on Van Gelder Zonen paper 

io 9 /ie x n 7 /s in. (26.9 x 30. 1 cm) 

From portfolio Die Schaffenden 4, no. 3 

(Berlin: Euphorion Verlag, 1923); 

edition of 100 (total edition of 125) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; publisher's 

stamp, u.r. 

provenance: R. E. Lewis, San 

Anselmo, California: purchased in 1974 

reference: Wingler and Welz 162 

exhibition: Reed 285; Chipp 81 

M. 82. 288. 162 

1583 

Christus hilft den hungernden Kindern, 

1945-46 

(Christ helps the hungry children) 

Photolithograph on offset paper 

24 x i9'/i6 in. (61.0 x 48.5 cm) 

From small edition with Spanish text for 

Austrian diplomats in South America 

(apart from edition of 5,000 with 

English text) 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1979 

reference: Wingler and Welz 180 

M.82.288.163 

1584 

Oskar Kokoschka: A Retrospective 
Exhibition 

Book with 2 lithographs on wove paper 
Illustrations to exhibition catalogue by 
James Plaut (Boston: Institute of 
Contemporary Art, 1948); from deluxe 
edition of 200 
INSCRIPTION: signed on title page, July 

1978 

provenance: Lee & Lee Booksellers, 
New York: purchased in 1975 
reference: Wingler and Welz 181-82 
83.1.401 a, b 

1. Flotenspieler, 1948 
(Flutist) 

9 x 6 7 /s in. (22.9 x 17.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 181 
83.1.401 a 

2. Weiblicher Akt, 1948 
(Female nude) 

8V4 x 6% in. (21.0 x 17.5 cm) 
REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 182 
83.1.401 b 



1584-2 



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Kokoschka 



1585 

Irische Legende 

(Irish legend) 

Book with 5 lithographs on offset paper 

Illustrations to opera by Werner Egk 

(Freiburg: Verlagsanstalt Klemm, Erich 

Seemann, 1955) 

inscription: numbered (415/500) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

10-13 November 1981, lot 3002 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 

200-204 

83.1.172 a-e 

1. Cathleen und der Dichter Aleel, 

1955 

(Cathleen and the poet Aleel) 

io"/i6 x 8 in. (27.2 x 20.3 cm) 

Following page 8 

reference: Wingler and Welz 200 

83.1.172 a 

2. Die beiden Hirten erzahlen von dem 
Unheil, das die Herden befiel, 1955 
(The two shepherds recount the 
disaster that struck the herd) 
n 3 /i6 x 8% in. (28.4 x 22.0 cm) 
Following page 14 
REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 201 
83.1.172 b 

3. Der schlafende Dichter und die 
Damonen, 1955 

(The sleeping poet and the demons) 
io 5 /i6 x 7 7 /s in. (26.2 x 20.0 cm) 
Following page 22 
REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 202 
83.1.172 c 

4. Cathleen und der Bote der 
Unterwelt, 1955 

(Cathleen and the messenger of the 

underworld) 

10% x g 7 /i6 in. (27.3 x 24.0 cm) 

Following page 32 

reference: Wingler and Welz 203 

83.1.172 d 

5. Der Dichter Aleel, im Hintergrund 
die Seele Cathleens und die 
kreisenden Damonen, 1955 

(The poet Aleel with Cathleens soul 

and circling demons in the 

background) 

11^16 x 8 9 /i6 in. (28.4 x 21.8 cm) 

Following page 40 

reference: Wingler and Welz 204 

83. 1. 172 e 

1586 

King Lear 

Portfolio of 16 lithographs on Crisbrook 

paper 

Illustrations to play by William 

Shakespeare (London: Ganymed 

Original Editions, 1963) 

INSCRIPTION: signed and numbered 

(69/275) on justification page 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1979 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 223-38 

M. 82.288. 181 a-p 




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1. Portrait of King Lear, 1963 
I4 ls /i6 x io 5 /ie in. (37.9 x 26. 1 cm) 
Frontispiece 

reference: Wingler and Welz 223 
M. 82. 288. 181 a 

2. Lear, 1963 

i4 7 /8 x li'/ie in. (37.8 x 28. 1 cm) 
Facing page 8 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 224 
M. 82.288. 181b 

3. Edmund, 1963 

14% x 10% in. (372 x 26.4 cm) 
Following page 14 
reference: Wingler and Welz 225 
M. 82. 288. 181c 

4. Lear and His Men Leaving Goneril's 
Castle, 1963 

i3 9 /i6 x 10% in. (34.4 x 27.7 cm) 
Following page 28 
reference: Wingler and Welz 226 
M. 82.288. 181 d 

5. Edgar, 1963 

16% x 11% in. (42.2 x 29.5 cm) 
Following page 38 
reference: Wingler and Welz 227 
M. 82.288. 181 e 

6. Lear, Regan, Goneril, 1963 
i4 5 /8 x 11% in. (37. 1 x 28.9 cm) 
Following page 48 
REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 228 
M.82.288.i8if 

7. Lear, 1963 

I4 n /i6 x 10V2 in. (373 x 26.7 cm) 
Following page 56 
REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 229 
M. 82. 288. 181 g 

8. Lear and Fool, 1963 

I4 l3 /i6 x io 7 /i6 in. (37.7 x 26.5 cm) 
Following page 64 
REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 230 
M. 82.288. 181 h 

9. Gloucester Led by an Old Man, 

1963 

13 x n 7 /i6 in. (330 x 29.0 cm) 

Following page 70 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 231 

M. 82.288. 181 i 

10. Goneril and Edmund, 1963 
15 x 10% in. (38. 1 x 26.4 cm) 
Following page 74 
reference: Wingler and Welz 232 
M. 82.288. 181 j 

11. Enter with Drum and Colours: 
Cordelia and Soldiers, 1963 
13V16 x 10T/16 in. (33.2 x 26.5 cm) 
Following page 78 
reference: Wingler and Welz 233 
M. 82. 288. 181k 

12. Gloucester and Edgar, 1963 
14% x 11 in. (37.2 x 28.0 cm) 
Following page 82 
reference: Wingler and Welz 234 
M. 82.288. 181 1 

13. Cordelia, 1963 

14V8 x io'/i6 in. (35.9 x 25.5 cm) 
Following page 92 
REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 235 
M. 82.288. 181 m 



450 



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1586 (continued) 

14. Edgar and Edmund Fight, 1963 
I2 13 /ie x 10V16 in. (32.5 x 25.5 cm) 
Following page 102 
REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 236 
M. 82.288. 181 n 

15. Lear with Cordelia in His Arms, 

1963 

i3 7 /i6 x g 13 /i6 in. (34. 1 x 25.0 cm) 

Following page 106 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 237 

M.82.288.1810 

16. Lear with the Body of Cordelia, 

1963 

12V16 x io'/2 in. (30.7 x 26.7 cm) 

Following page 108 

REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 238 

M. 82.288. 181 p 

1587 

SelbstbUdnis mit Faunskopf, 1966 
(Self-portrait with head of a faun) 
Lithograph on japan nacre paper 
29'/2 x 23'/j in. (750 x 59.0 cm) 
Published by Marlborough Fine Art, 
London 

inscription: signed, l.r. ; numbered 
(xxx/lxx), 1.1. 

provenance: William Weston Gallery, 
London: purchased in 1971 
REFERENCE: Wingler and Welz 365 
M. 82.288. 161 



Alexander Kolbe 1588 

Skizzen aus dem Feld, 1914 
(Sketches from the field) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
I2 13 /i6 x 9% in. (32.6 x 24.7 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 15 (1914): 4 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/144 
83.1.1414 d 

1589 

Skizzen aits dem Feld, c. 1915 

(Sketches from the field) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

ia 13 /i6 x n 7 /i6 in. (32.5 x 29.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 26 (1916): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/145 

83.1. 1424 d 

Georg Kolbe 1590 

Die deutsche Flotte, c. 1915 
born 1877 (The German fleet) 

Waldheim Lithograph on wove paper 

8 15 /i6 x io"/i6 in. (22.7 x 27.2 cm) 
died 1947 Berlin From Kriegszeit, no. 25 (1915): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/146 

83.1.1423 b 





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1594 



1591 

Begrtissung, 1892 

(Greeting) 

Etching on wove paper 

4 5 /8 x 3 7 /i6 in. (11.8 x 8.8 cm) 

From Pan 5, no. 1 (1899): following 50 

PROVENANCE: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

REFERENCE: Klipstein 10 II.C; 

Dennerlein 2403 

83.1.1358 c 

1592 

Die Carmagnole, 1901 

(The carmagnole) 

Etching and aquatint on copperplate 

paper 

22 9 /i6 x i6'/s in. (57.3 x 41.0 cm) 

PROVENANCE: Galerie Wolfgang 

Ketterer, Munich, 8 June 1970, lot 804 

REFERENCE: Klipstein 49 VIII 

exhibition: Reed 13; Forster-Hahn 11 

M. 82.288.341 

1593 

Tanz um die Guillotine, 1901 
(Dance around the guillotine) 
Charcoal on yellowish wove paper 
2i'/s x i6 7 /s in. (53.7 x 42.8 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, u.r. 
provenance: Joseph Katz, Baltimore; 
Hauswedell & Nolte, Hamburg, 6 June 
1974, lot 1036 
REFERENCE: Nagel 177 
exhibition: Reed 12; Forster-Hahn 12 
Study for Kollwitz's 1901 etching Die 
Carmagnole (cat. no. 1592) 
M. 82. 288. 339 

1594 

Brustbild einer Arbeiterfrau mit 
blauem Tuck, 1903 

(Portrait of a working-class woman with 
blue shawl) 

Lithograph printed in light blue, dark 
blue, and brown on japan paper 
I4 n /i6 x io 7 /i6 in. (37.3 x 26.5 cm) 
inscription: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Karl & Faber, Munich, 2 
June 1972, lot 655 
REFERENCE: Klipstein 68 II 
exhibition: Reed 15; Forster-Hahn 21 
M. 82.288. 182 

1595 

Losbruch, 1903 

(Breaking away) 

Etching and aquatint on yellowish 

copperplate paper 

I9 15 /ie x 23V2 in. (50.7 x 59.7 cm) 

From portfolio Bauernkrieg (Dresden: 

Verlag Emil Richter, 1921), pi. 5 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 

provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 

Ketterer, Munich, 5-6 June 1972, lot 

865 

reference: Klipstein 66 IX 

exhibition: Reed 14; Forster-Hahn 18 

M. 82. 288. 187 



Kathe Kollwitz 

born 1867 
Konigsberg 

died 1945 
Moritzburg 



1595 



452 



Kollwitz 



1596 

Beim Dengeln, 1905 

(The sharpener) 

Etching and soft ground on copperplate 

paper 

11% x 11% in. (29.8 x 29.8 cm) 

From portfolio Bauernkrieg (Dresden: 

Verlag Emil Richter, 1921), pi. 3; 

unsigned proof 

provenance: unknown 

REFERENCE: Klipstein 90 X 

L. 87. 27. 43; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1597 

Die Gefangenen, 1908 

(The prisoners) 

Aquatint and etching on copperplate 

paper 

i2 7 /s x 16% in. (32.7 x 42.3 cm) 

From portfolio Bauernkrieg 

(Verbindung fiir historische Kunst, 

1908), pi. 7: the center also has a later 

impression 

PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 4 June 1971, lot 1120 

REFERENCE: Klipstein 98 V 

EXHIBITION: Reed 18; Forster-Hahn 19 

M.82.288.342 

1598 

Mannliche Figuren, 1908 

(Male figures) 

Crayon and charcoal on P. L. Bas paper 

i8'yi6 x 24% in. (47.8 x 61.9 cm) 

Study for Kollwitz's 1908 etching Die 

Gefangenen (cat. no. 1597) 

inscription: signed, initialed, and 

dated, l.r. 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 4 June 1971, lot 1100 

reference: Nagel 432 a 

exhibition: Reed 19; Steadman 35; 

Forster-Hahn 20 

M. 82.288. 340 

1599 

Tod, Frau und Kind, 1910 

(Death, woman, and child) 

Etching printed in brown on heavy 

wove paper 

i5 l5 /i6 x 16V16 in. (40.5 x 40.8 cm) 

inscription: signed, l.r. 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 5-6 December 1980, lot 55S1 

reference: Klipstein 113x111 

M. 82. 287. 39 

1600 

Das Bangen, 1914 

(Fear) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

13V4 x 9V2 in. (33.6 x 24. 1 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 10 (1914): 4 

PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

REFERENCE: Klipstein 126 II. b 

exhibition: Reed 281/147 

83.1.1409 d 





1596 




Kollwitz 



453 




AZrte-^ 




1601 






1603 



1605 



1601 

Mutter mit Kind aufdem Arm, 1916 
(Mother with child in her arms) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i3'/8 x 7 7 /i6 in. (33.4 x 18. g cm) 
From Der Bildermann 1, no. 2(1916): 3 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 
180 

REFERENCE: Klipstein 132 II 

EXHIBITION: Reed 265/23 
83.1.1462.7 

1602 

Gedenkblatt fur Karl Liebknecht, 1919 
(Memorial sheet for Karl Liebknecht) 
Lithograph on heavy Papier Lipsia 
paper 

I5 13 /i6 x 25 9 /i6 in. (40.2 x 65.0 cm) 
inscription: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1980 
REFERENCE: Klipstein 138 
EXHIBITION: Rigby 58 
M. 82. 287. 38 

1603 

Der Trauernde, 1919 

(The mourner) 

Etching and aquatint on Van Gelder 

Zonen paper 

io 7 /8 x 6^16 in. (27.6 x 16.0 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 

provenance: Galerie Nierendorf, 

Berlin; purchased in 1985 

REFERENCE: Klipstein 137 v. A. a 

L. 85. 2. 34; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1604 

Gedenkblatt fur Karl Liebknecht, 

1919-20 

(Memorial sheet for Karl Liebknecht) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

I4 13 /i6 x 20 3 /i6 in. (37.6 x 51.2 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 

provenance: Saalbau-Galerie, 

Darmstadt; purchased in 1980 

reference: Klipstein 139 IV. a 

EXHIBITION: Rigby 59 

M. 82. 287. 35 

1605 

Selbstbildnis, 1920 

(Self-portrait) 

Lithograph on heavy wove paper 

9V8 x 8'/8 in. (23.2 x 20.7 cm) 

From Kurt Pfister, ed., Deutsche 

Graphiker der Gegenwart (Leipzig: 

Klinkhardt & Biermann, 1920), pi. 3; 

edition of 600 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

REFERENCE: Klipstein 145 I.b 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 339 

83.1.171 c 



454 



Kollwiiz 



1606 

Sieben Holzschnitte zum Krieg 

(Seven woodcuts on the war) 
Portfolio of 7 woodcuts on japan paper 
Published by Verlag Emil Richter, 
Dresden, 1924; from edition A 
inscription: each sheet signed, l.r., 
and numbered (18/100), 1.1. 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 6 June 1975, lot 1059 
reference: Klipstein 177-83 
EXHIBITION: Reed 204; Barton 58 a-g; 
Rigby 60-66 
M. 82. 288. 193 a-g 

1. Das Opfer, 1922-23 
(The sacrifice) 

i4 9 /i6 x 15% in. (37.0 x 40.0 cm) 
reference: Klipstein 177 vii. b 
M. 82. 288. 193 a 

2. Die Freiwilligen, 1922-23 
(The volunteers) 

i3 3 /4 x i9 5 /i6 in. (350 x 49.0 cm) 
reference: Klipstein 178 IV. b 
M. 82. 288. 193 b 

3. Die Eltern, 1923 
(Parents) 

13% x i6 9 /i6 in. (35.0 x 42.0 cm) 
reference: Klipstein i7glv.b 
M. 82. 288. 193 c 

4. Die Witwe 1, 1922-23 
(The widow 1) 

14% x 9% in. (37. 1 x 24.4 cm) 
REFERENCE: Klipstein 180 v.b 
M. 82. 288. 193 d 

5. Die Witwe 2, 1922-23 
(The widow 2) 

n 3 /4 x 20 13 /i6 in. (29.9 x 52.9 cm) 
reference: Klipstein 181 vn.b 
M. 82. 288. 193 e 

6. Die Mutter, 1922-23 
(The mothers) 

i3 3 /s x 15% in. (34.0 x 40.0 cm) 
reference: Klipstein 182 v.b 
M. 82. 288. 193 f 

7. Das Volk, 1922-23 
(The people) 

14Y16 x 11% in. (36. 1 x 29.9 cm) 
REFERENCE: Klipstein 183 v.b 
M. 82. 288. 193 g 

1607 

Selbstbildnis, 1924 
(Self-portrait) 
Lithograph on japan paper 
11% x 8 15 /i6 in. (29.8 x 22.7 cm) 
From annual portfolio of Kreis 
graphischer Kiinstler und Sammler 
(Leipzig: Verlag Arndt Beyer, n.d.); 
from deluxe edition of 25 
inscription: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Lumley Cazalet, Ltd., 
London; purchased in 1974 
REFERENCE: Klipstein 198 a 
exhibition: Reed 205; Chipp 83 
M. 82.288. 184 





1606-1 





1606-3 



1606-4 






1606-6 



1606-7 



Kollwitz 



455 





1607 



1608 







1610 



1608 

Verbruderung, 1924 
(Fraternization) 
Lithograph on laid paper 
g'/i x 6"/i6 in. (23.5 x 17.0 cm) 
From Henri Barbusse, Der singende 
Soldat (Leipzig: Friedrich Dehne 
Verlag, 1924), frontispiece; from 
German edition of 700 (there was also 
an English edition of 700) 
INSCRIPTION: numbered (598/1,400) on 
justification page 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1977 
REFERENCE: Klipstein 199 c 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 153; Rigby III, 18 
83.1.128 a 

1609 

Hunger, 1925 

Woodcut on heavy japan paper 

22 7 /8 x i6 7 /s in. (58.2 x 42.9 cm) 

From portfolio Proletariat (Dresden: 

Verlag Emil Richter, 1926), pi. 2; total 

edition of 100 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(i5/25)> 1-1. 

provenance: Zeitlin & Ver Brugge, Los 

Angeles; purchased in 1976 

reference: Klipstein 207 xv. b 

EXHIBITION: Forster-Hahn 66; Barton 

59; Chipp 84; Rigby 67 

M. 82.288. 185 

1610 

Frau vertraut sich dem Tod an, 1934 
(Woman entrusts herself to Death) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i8Vs x 15^16 in. (46.0 x 39.5 cm) 
From portfolio Tod (1934-37), pi. 1 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. j numbered 
(34/100), 1.1. 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1979 
reference: Klipstein 256 b 
M. 82.288. 188 

1611 

Selbstbildnis, 1934 
(Self-portrait) 

Lithograph on copperplate paper 
8'A x 7 7 /i6 in. (21.0 x 18.9 cm) 
Dedicated proof apart from edition of 80 
INSCRIPTION: signed, dated (37), and 
dedicated to Frau Gerda Fulder, l.r. 
provenance: R. E. Lewis, Inc., San 
Anselmo, California; purchased in 1975 
reference: Klipstein 252 a 
exhibition: Reed 208; Chipp 85 
M. 82.288. 183 

1612 

Tod aufder Landstrasse, 1934 
(Death on the highway) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i6V8 x 11% in. (41.0 x 29.2 cm) 
From portfolio Tod (1934-37), P'- 5; 
edition of 100 
INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1. 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1979 
REFERENCE: Klipstein 260 II. b 
M. 82.288. 190 



456 



Kollwitz 



1613 

Tod greift in Kinderschar, 1934 
(Death seizes a group of children) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
19% x i6V4 in. (50. 1 x 42.0 cm) 
From portfolio Tod (1934-37), pi. 3; 
edition of 100 

PROVENANCE: Karl & Faber, Munich, 
28-29 November 1974, lot 1279 

REFERENCE: Klipstein 258 b 

exhibition: Reed 209; Chipp 86 
M. 82.288. 189 

1614 

Tod lidlt Mddclien im Schoss, 1934 
(Death holds a girl in his lap) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
16% x i4 I5 /i6 in. (42.9 x 37.9 cm) 
From portfolio Tod (1934-37), pi- 2; 
edition of 100 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Richard A. Simms, Long 
Beach, California; Paula Kendall, Los 
Angeles; purchased in 1979 
reference: Klipstein 257 b 
M.82.287.36 

1615 

Tod packt eine Frau, 1934 

(Death grasps a woman) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

20V16 x 14% in. (51.0 x 36.5 cm) 

From portfolio Tod (1934-37), pi. 4 

inscription: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(35/100), 1.1. 

PROVENANCE: Frankfurter Kunst- 

kabinett, Frankfurt; purchased in 1980 

REFERENCE: Klipstein 259 b 

M. 82. 287. 37 

1616 

Rufdes Todes, 1934-35 

(Summons of Death) 

Lithograph on soft wove paper 

15 x 15 in. (38.0 x 38.0 cm) 

From portfolio Tod (1934-37), pi- 8; 

edition of 100 

inscription: signed, l.r.; inscribed 

"Aus Folge Tod," l.r. 

provenance: Alice Adam, Chicago 

(catalogue 1, no. 36); purchased in 1977 

reference: Klipstein 263 b 

M. 82. 288. 192 

1617 

Tod im Wasser, 1934-35 

(Death in the water) 

Lithograph on brownish wove paper 

19V2 x 14% in. (49.5 x 37.5 cm) 

From portfolio Tod (1934-37), pi- 7; 

edition of 100 

inscription: signed, l.r. 

provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 

Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 

lot 977 

reference: Klipstein 262 b 

EXHIBITION: Reed 210 

M.82.288.191 





1614 



1613 






1616 




^m^^j^mm 




1618 



1619 




1620 





1621 



1622 



Kopke 

1618 

Selbstbildnis im Profil, nach rechts, 

1938 

(Self-portrait in profile, facing right) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

18% x n 9 /i6 in. (477 x 29.3 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: inscribed "Aus dem 

Nachlass Kathe Kollwitz, Hans 

Kollwitz," 1. r. 

provenance: Jeffrey Horwitz Ltd., Los 

Angeles; purchased in 1980 

REFERENCE: Klipstein 265 in. a 

M. 82. 287. 34 



457 



1619 

Untitled (woman flying), c. 1902 
Woodcut on laid paper 
5 15 /i6 x 5 9 /i6 in. (15. 1 x 14. 1 cm) 
From Wiener Secession: Katalog der 
vierzehnten Ausstellung der Vereini- 
gung bildender Kiinstler Osterreichs, 
exh. cat. (Vienna: Wiener Secession, 
1902), p. 54 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 
28-29 May 1974, part of lot 2031 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 241/1 
83.1.610 j 

1620 

Untitled (seated nude), c. 1902 
Woodcut on laid paper 
5 9 /ie x 5 3 /i6 in. (14. 1 x 13.2 cm) 
From Wiener Secession: Katalog der 
vierzehnten Ausstellung der Vereini- 
gung bildender Kiinstler Osterreichs, 
exh. cat. (Vienna: Wiener Secession, 
1902). p. 61 

PROVENANCE: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 
28-29 May 1974, part of lot 2031 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 241/1 
83.1.610 1 



1621 

Falstaff, c. 1917 
Lithograph on japan paper 
i4 3 /i6 x 11% in. (36.0 x 29.5 cm) 
From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 
(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 
from edition A (total edition of 200) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 
(xiv/l) on justification page; publisher's 
blind stamp, l.r. 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1972 
EXHIBITION: Reed 336/6 
M. 82.288.384.6 



1622 

Mddchenpaar, c. 1921 

(Two girls) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

I3 15 /i6 x 10% in. (35.4 x 27.0 cm) 

From Kiindung 1, no. 9/10 (1921) 

PROVENANCE: Galerie Wolfgang 

Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 

part of lot 1154 

exhibition: Reed under 282 

83.1.1060 g 



Friedrich Kdnig 

born 1857 Vienna, 
Austria 

died 1941 Vienna, 
Austria 



Leo von Konig 

born 1871 
Brunswick 

died 1944 Tutzing 



Robert Kopke 

born 1893 Bremen 



458 



Kopke 



1623 

Mann mit Ghs, c. 1921 
(Man with glass) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
13% x 9% in. (35.0 x 24.7 cm) 
From Kiindung 1, no. 9/10 (1921) 
provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 
Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 
part of lot 1154 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 282 
83.1.1060 h 

1624 

Seele Sein, c. 1921 
(Spiritual being) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
n 7 /i6 x 8 9 /i6 in. (29.0 x 21.8 cm) 
From Kiindung 1, no. 4/6 (1921) 
provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 
Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 
part of lot 1154 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 282 
83. 1. 1058 b 

1625 

Untitled (two figures), c. 1923 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 13 /i6 x 5% in. (17.3 x 13.1 cm) 

From Karl Lorenz, ed. , Das neue 

Hamburg (Hamburg: Gemeinsehafts- 

verlag Hamburgischer Kunstler, 1923), 

p. 163 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (257/450) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Arthur H. Minters, New 

York; purchased in 1976 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 322 

83.1.160 aa 

1626 

Untitled (three figures), c. 1923 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 15 /i6 x 6% in. (17.7 x 17.5 cm) 

From Karl Lorenz, ed. , Das neue 

Hamburg (Hamburg: Gemeinschafts- 

verlag Hamburgischer Kunstler, 1923), 

p. 165 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (257/450) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Arthur H. Minters, New 

York; purchased in 1976 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 322 

83.1.160 bb 

1627 

Untitled (two figures), c. 1923 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9 9 /i6 x 6V2 in. (24.3 x 16.5 cm) 

From Karl Lorenz, ed. , Das neue 

Hamburg (Hamburg: Gemeinschafts- 

verlag Hamburgischer Kunstler, 1923), 

p. 167 

inscription: numbered (257/450) on 

justification page 

provenance: Arthur H. Minters, New 

York; purchased in 1976 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 322 

83.1. 160 cc 




1623 




1625 




6off gino/nun hofet 



T)emut DicH/WefWDe 
, du Micte- , ■,, 



, 5AAenun L ■ , 
P6nerJ)rangtW(fr5^ordne/ 



Rayrmuj mfe 






WMfio HkftKYer 



1624 




1626 




Korteweg 



459 




1628 





1630 





1632 




1628 

Untitled (battlefield), c. 1915 
Lithograph on wove paper 
6 7 /i6 x 4 I3 /i6 in. (16.4 x 12.3 cm) 
From special edition of Zeit-Echo 1, no. 

9 (1915): 135 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (36) on table of 

contents 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 308 

83.1.1194 f 



Otto Kopp 

born 1879 Munich 



1629 

Kopping'sche Zierglaser, c. 1896 
(Ornamental glasses by Kopping) 
Etching printed in green on wove paper 
io 3 /i6 x 6'/i in. (25.8 x 15.8 cm) 
From Pan 2, no. 3 (1896): following 252 
provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 
reference: Dennerlein 1208 
83- 1- I353i 

1630 

Sitzende nackte Figur, c. 1898 

(Seated nude figure) 

Etching on wove paper 

7% x 7 1 /i6 in. (19.6 x 17.9 cm) 

From Pan 3, no. 4 (1898): following 212 

PROVENANCE: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

REFERENCE: Dennerlein 1768 

83- 1- 1355 J 



Karl Kopping 

born 1848 Dresden 
died 1914 Berlin 



1631 

Untitled (house), c. 1913 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
6 15 /ie x 4 7 /i6 in. (17.6 x 11.2 cm) 
From Der Sturm 4, no. 170/171 

(1913): 6 5 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in ig82 
83.1.1391.70 

1632 

Untitled (forest), c. 1913 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
5 3 /i6 x 7% in. (13. 1 x 18.8 cm) 
From Der Sturm 4, no. 170/171 
(1913): 69 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83.1.1391.71 

1633 

Untitled (sailboats), c. 1913 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
4 5 /8 x 5 9 /w in. (11.7 x 14.2 cm) 
From Der Sturm 4, no. 170/171 
(1913): 69 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83.1.1391.72 



Adrian Johan 
Korteweg 

born 1890 

Wormerveer, 

Netherlands 

died 1917 Madras, 
India 



1633 



460 



Kotfk 



Pravoslav Kotik 



born 1889 Slabce, 
Bohemia 



A. Krapp 



1634 

MUenci, c. 1918 

(Lovers) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5% x 4 3 /i6 in. (14.3 x 10.7 cm) 

From Czech periodical Cerven i, no. 16 

(1918): 221 

provenance: gift of Dr. Paul Raabe, 

1985 

L. 85. 2. 91 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



1635 

Untitled (the star of kings), c. 1917 
Woodcut on wove paper 
3 9 /i6 x 3% in. (9.0 x 8.6 cm) 
From Die Aktion 8, no. 3/4 (1918): 33; 
not identified as an original woodcut 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
83.1.1529 b 

1636 

Die Aktion, c. igi8 

(Action) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 x 3V4 in. (7.7 x 8.2 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 25/26 (1918): 

315; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83- 1- 1535C 

1637 

Portrat Ludwig Baumer, c. 1918 

(Portrait of Ludwig Baumer) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3% x 2 13 /i6 in. (9. 5 x 7. 1 cm) 

From Ludwig Baumer, Dasjungste 

Gericht, no. 16 in the monographic 

series Der rote Hahn (Berlin- 

Wilmersdorf: Verlag die Aktion, 1918), 

frontispiece 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

21 November 1974, part of lot 1936 

83-1-531 a 

1638 

Die Satire, c. 1918 

(The satire) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

2 n /i6 x 3V8 in. (6.8 x 8.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 27/28 (1918): 

349; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1. 1536 d 





1636 





1637 



1638 



Krapp 



461 




1639 



:: ■ 1 ^Ple 





1641 



1640 





1643 



1642 



1639 

Die Satire der Franzosen I, c. 1918 

(The satire of the French 1) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3'/8 x 3V8 in. (8.0 x 8.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 33/34 (1918): 

418; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 79 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifldnd Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1640 

Die Satire der Franzosen 2, c. 1918 

(The satire of the French 2) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 l A x 3 9 /i6 in. (8.3 x 9.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 33/34 (1918): 

419; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 79 b; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifldnd Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1641 

Die Satire der Franzosen 3, c. 1918 

(The satire of the French 3) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

2 13 /i6 x 3V8 in. (7.2 x 8.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 33/34 (1918): 

420; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5.79 c: lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifldnd Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1642 

Die Satire der Franzosen 4, c. 1918 

(The satire of the French 4) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

2 9 /i6 x 3V16 in. (6.5 x 7.8 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 33/34 (1918): 

422; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L. 84.5. 79 d; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifldnd Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1643 

Untitled (Annunciation), c. 1918 
Woodcut on wove paper 
2 13 /i6 x 3V8 in. (7. 1 x 8.0 cm) 
From Die Aktion 8, no. 9/10(1918): ill; 
not identified as an original woodcut 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
83.1.1531a 



462 



Krapp 



1644 

Untitled (figures in web), c. 1918 
Woodcut on wove paper 
5 9 /i6 x 3'/s in. (14. 1 x 7.9 cm) 
From DieAktion 8, no. 25/26 (1918): 

3M 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83- 1- 1535 b 

1645 

Momentbild aus der 

Nationalversammlung, c. 1919 

(Snapshot from the national assembly) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 7 /i6 x 6"/i6 in. (11.2 x 17.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 28 (1919): 

473-74; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5.85 c; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1646 

"Sammeltfiir den Pressefonds!'' c. 1919 
("Collect for the press funds!") 
Woodcut on wove paper 
3 : /4 x 3% in. (8.3 x 8.5 cm) 
From Die Aktion 9, no. 20 (1919): 340; 
not identified as an original woodcut 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
83- 1. 1552 d 

1647 

Untitled (seated figure), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

2 5 /i6 x 3V16 in. (5.9 x 7.8 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 26/27 (1919): 

450; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1554 a 

1648 

Untitled (two figures), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

2% x 3Va in. (6.9 x 8.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 41/42 (1919): 

704; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83. 1. 1560 b 




1644 



1645 




Bruno Krauskopf 1649 

Damenbildnis, 1919 
born 1892 (Portrait of a woman) 

Marienburg Lithograph on laid paper 

8V2 x 6V2 in. (21.6 x 16.5 cm) 
died 1960 Berlin From Dasjunge Deutschland 2, no. 10 

(1919): before 267 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

83.1.1629 a 





Kretzschmar 



463 




1650 




1651 




1650 

Portraitstudie, 1919 

(Portrait study) 

Lithograph on heavy wove paper 

10V2 x 7% in. (26.7 x 18.8 cm) 

From Joachim Kirchner, Junge Berliner 

Kunst, Wasmuths Kunsthefte, no. 6 

(Berlin: E. Wasmuth, [1919?]), pi. 8 

PROVENANCE: W. F. Amtz, Haag 

(Oberbayern); purchased in 1975 

83.1.120 h 

1651 

Zu Dostojewskis Novelle "Die Sanfte" 

1919 

(To Dostoyevski's short story "The 

gentle one") 

Lithograph on laid paper 

8 3 /i6 x 6'/i6 in. (20.8 x 15.4 cm) 

From Das junge Deutschland 2, no. 1 

(1919): before 1 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

83.1.1621 a 

1652 

Untitled (portrait of a woman), 1919 

Lithograph on laid paper 

8% x 6V4 in. (21.9 x 15.9 cm) 

From Das junge Deutschland [3, no. 1 

(1920): before 1 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

83.1.1632 a 



1652 



1653 

Untitled (steam shovel), c. 1913 

Lithograph on laid paper 

7% x 5V2 in. (18.7 x 14.0 cm) 

From Das neue Pathos 1, no. 5/6 

(1913): 49 

inscription: numbered (50/100) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1983 

L. 84. 5. 339 o; lent by the Bobert Gore 

Bifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



Karl Friedrich Krebs 

born 1880 Vingelz, 
Switzerland 




**, 




1654 

Der Fleischerladen, 1921 
(The butcher's shop) 
Etching and aquatint on wove paper 
10% x n 9 /i6 in. (26.3 x 29.4 cm) 
From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe I 
(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1921); 
edition of 200 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1972 
EXHIBITION: Reed 317/18 
M. 82.288.377 f 



Bernhard 
Kretzschmar 



born 1889 Dobeln 
died 1972 Dresden 



1654 



1653 



464 



Kreizschmar 



Albert Kriiger 



1655 

Der schbne Sonntag, 1922 

(Beautiful Sunday) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

ioVi x 7V4 in. (26.0 x 19.0 cm) 

From Gearg Biermann, ed.,]ahrbuch 

derjungen Kunst (Leipzig: Klinkhardt 

& Biermann, 1922), before p. 21 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed 320/1922.4 

83. 1 . 800 d 



Karl Kriete 1656 

Bauernhof, c. 1919 
born 1887 Fahr (Farm) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8V4 x g 13 /i6 in. (21.0 x 24.9 cm) 

From Die rote Erde 1, no. 8/10 (1920): 

238 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 298 

83.1.972 a 

1657 

Zwei Fischer, c. 1919 

(Two fishermen) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8'/8 x 10V2 in. (20.6 x 26.6 cm) 

From Die rote Erde 1, no. 8/10 (1920): 

240 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 298 

83.1.972 b 

Karl Heinz Kroll 1658 

Untitled (woman), c. 1925 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

6% x 4V6 in. (17.5 x 10.5 cm) 

From Der Sturm 16, no. 11/12 (1925): 

161; the image also appears on the cover 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1396.53 

1659 

Untitled (seated couple), c. 1925 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

5% x 4V2 in. (14.6 x 11.5 cm) 

From Der Sturm 16, no. 11/12 (1925): 

163 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83-1- 1396.54 



1660 

Jacob Burckhardt, c. 1898 

Wood engraving printed in brown and 

blue on wove paper 

3% x 3% in. (9.6 x 8.5 cm) 

From Pan 4, no. 2 (1898): following 104 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

reference: Dennerlein 1993 

83. 1.1356 j 





1656 



1655 




1657 





1658 



1660 




Kubicki 



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1663 






1665 



1661 

Bocklins Selbstbildnis mit Tod, c. 1899 
(Bocklins self-portrait with Death) 
Chiaroscuro wood engraving printed in 
black and blue on wove paper 
5 3 /i6 x 4'/i in. (13. 1 x 10.8 cm) 
From Pan 4, no. 4 (1899): following 236 
provenance: Kornfekl & Klipstein, 
Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 
REFERENCE: Dennerlein 2249 
83- 1- 1357 f 



1662 

Untitled (two figures), c. 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3V16 x 4V4 in. (7.8 x 10.8 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 21/22 (1918): 

275; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83-1- 1533 g 

1663 

Untitled (two figures), c. 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

1% x 4 n /i6 in. (4. 1 x 11.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 21/22 (1918): 

back cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83ii533i 



1666 



1664 

Bunt, c. 1918 

(Gay) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 9 /i6 x 6V2 in. (11.6 x 16.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 21/22 (1918): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83-1- 1533 a 

1665 

Madonna, c. 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 15 /i6 x 2 15 /i6 in. (12.5 x 7.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 21/22 (1918): 

271; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83- 1- 1533 e 

1666 

Ruderer, c. 1918 

(Oarsman) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 7 /s x 5 13 /i6 in. (9.9 x 14.8 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 25/26 (1918): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen. 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83- 11535 a 



Margarete Kubicka 
born 1891 Berlin 
died 1984 Berlin 



Stanislav Kubicki 

born 1886 
Ziegenhain 

died 1943 Poland 



466 



Alfred Kubin 

born 1877 
Litomerice, 
Bohemia 

died 1959 
Wernstein 



Kubicki 



1667 

Selbstportrdt, c. 1918 

(Self-portrait) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6Vj x 5'/i6 in. (15.9 x 12.8 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 21/22 (1918): 

281-82; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1533 b 

1668 

Untitled (head), c. 1919 
Linoleum cut on laid paper 
6 13 /i6 x 6 5 /i6 in. (17.3 x 16.0 cm) 
From Der Weg 1, no. 8/9 (1919): 3 
provenance: Ex Libris, New York, 
purchased in 1976 
exhibition: Reed under 305 
83.1.1219 b 

1669 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1919 
Linoleum cut on laid paper 
6V4 x 5 15 /i6 in. (15.8 x 15.0 cm) 
From Der Weg 1, no. 8/9 (1919): 9 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1976 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 305 
83.1.12196 





1670 

Der Fliichtling, 1912 
(The fugitive) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
8 9 /i6 x io 13 /i6 in. (21.7 x 27.5 cm) 
From portfolio Sema (Munich: 
Delphin-Verlag, 1912) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. ; numbered 
(101/215) on justification page 
provenance: Karl & Faber, Munich, 
26-28 May 1977, part of lot 1475 
REFERENCE: Raabe 43 
M. 82.288.383 i 

1671 

Kriegsfurie mil Brandfackel, 1914 
(War fury with torch) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
6% x 4 9 /i6 in. (17. 1 x 11.6 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 4 (1914): 51 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
reference: Raabe 73 
exhibition: Reed under 308 
83.1.1189 c 

1672 

Cdsarenkopf, c. 1915 
(Head of Caesar) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
4 I3 /i6 x 4% in. (12.3 x 11. 1 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 6 (1915): 75 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
reference: Raabe under 7g 
exhibition: Reed under 308 
83.1.1191a 





1671 




1670 



Kubin 



467 





1672 



1673 




1674 





1675 



1673 

Hydne auf dem Schlachtfeld, 1915 
(Hyena on the battlefield) 
Lithograph on laid paper 
5'/j x 4 7 /s in. (13.3 x 12.4 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 2, no. 4 (1915-16): 59 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
REFERENCE: Raabe under 79 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 308 
83.1.1210 c 

1674 

Japanischer Feldherr, 1915 
(Japanese general) 
Lithograph on laid paper 
6 3 /i6 x 5'/s in. (15.7 x 13.0 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 2, no. 4 (1915-16): 51 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
reference: Raabe under 79 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 308 
83.1.1210 a 

1675 

Zwei Schlangen, 1915 
(Two snakes) 

Lithograph on laid paper 
6% x 4 7 /i6 in. (17.4 x 11.2 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 2, no. 4 (1915-16): 56 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
reference: Raabe under 79 
exhibition: Reed under 308 
83.1.1210 b 

1676 

Caliban, 1917 

Lithograph on japan paper 

i2 9 /i6 x io'/j in. (32.0 x 26.0 cm) 

From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 

from edition A (total edition of 200) 

inscription: signed, l.r., numbered 

(xiv/l) on justification page; publisher's 

blind stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

reference: Raabe 95 

EXHIBITION: Reed 336/26 

M. 82. 288. 384. 26 



1676 



468 



Kubin 

1677 

Wilde Pferde, 1918-19 

(Wild horses) 

Pen and ink over pencil on heavy wove 

paper 

n"/i6 x i7 7 /ie in. (29.7 x 44.3 cm) 

provenance: present from artist to 

Thomas Theodor Heine, editor of 

Simplicissmus, 1928; Sotheby's, 

London, 6 December 1973, lot 203a 

EXHIBITION: Reed 342 

Related to reproduction in portfolio 

Wilde Tiere (Munich: Hyperion-Verlag, 

1920) (Raabe 125) 

M. 82. 288. 344 

1678 

Gespenst des geizigen Miillers, c. 1919 

(Ghost of the miserly miller) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

6% x 5'/j in. (17.2 x 13.3 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fiir Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 4 (1919): 51 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

PROVENANCE: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

REFERENCE: Raabe under 120 

exhibition: Reed under 290 

83.1.1326 b 

1679 

Hommage a Rimbaud, 1919 

(Homage to Rimbaud) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

5% x 5 3 /ie in. (14.6 x 13. 1 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fur Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 11/12 (1919): 161 

inscription: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

PROVENANCE: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

reference: Raabe under 120 

exhibition: Reed under 290 

83- 1- 1333 b 

1680 

Der kleine Sparer, c. 1919 

(The small saver) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

9 x 5% in. (22.8 x 14.3 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Miinchner 

Blatter fiir Dichtung und Graphik 1, 

no. 6 (1919): 83 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (xix/c) on table 

of contents 

provenance: Richard Seewald; 

Kunstgalerie Esslingen, Esslingen; 

acquired by exchange in 1974 

reference: Raabe under 120 

exhibition: Reed under 290 

83.1.1328 b 




1677 





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1679 



1680 




Kubin 



46S 




1681 




1682 




1681 

Auf der Flucht, ig20 

(In flight) 

Lithograph on heavy wove paper 

7% x io'/4 in. (18.8 x 26.0 cm) 

From Kurt Pfister, ed., Deutsche 

Graphiker der Gegemvart (Leipzig: 

Klinkhardt & Biermann, 1920), pi. 8; 

edition of 600 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

REFERENCE: Raabe 126 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 339 

83.1. 171 f 

1682 

Jeremias, c. 1921 
(Jeremiah) 

Lithograph on heavy wove paper 
4 13 /i6 x 3 9 /i6 in. (12.2 x 9. 1 cm) 
From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe 1 
(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1921); 
edition of 200; the center also has an 
impression from Julius Meier-Graefe, 
ed., Ganymed, vol. 3 (Munich: R. Piper 
&Co., 1921), facing p. 152 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1972 
REFERENCE: Raabe 142 
EXHIBITION: Reed 317/15 
M. 82.288.377 1 

1683 

StieraufderAlm, 1921 
(Bull in Alpine pasture) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
9 7 /a x 8V2 in. (25.0 x 21.5 cm) 
From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe I 
(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1921); 
edition of 200 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1972 
REFERENCE: Raabe 144 
EXHIBITION: Reed 317/19 
M. 82.288.377 d 



470 



Kubin 



1684 

Rauhnacht 

(Christmastide) 

Portfolio of 13 lithographs on heavy 

wove paper 

Illustrations to drama by Richard 

Billingis (Berlin: Volksverband der 

Bueherfreunde / Wegweiser Verlag, 

1925) 

inscription: each sheet signed, l.r. 

provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 

Ketterer, 26 November 1974, lot 1037 

reference: Raabe 281 

exhibition: Reed 345 

83.1.29 a-m 

1. Der Gutsherr, c. 1924 
(The squire) 

io 3 /i6 x 14% in. (25.9 x 37.5 cm) 
Plate 1 
83.1.29 a 

2. Circe, c. 1924 

9 3 /8 x I4 13 /i6 in. (23.8 x 37.6 cm) 
Plate 2 
83.1.29 b 

3. Hexenkiiche, c. 1924 
(Witch's kitchen) 

9 5 /i6 x 14% in. (23.7 x 37.5 cm) 
Plate 3 
83.1.29 c 

4. Verliebte Zauberer, c. 1924 
(Lovesick magician) 

9V2 x i4 7 /s in. (24. 1 x 37.8 cm) 
Plate 4 
83.1.29 d 

5. Behemoth, c. 1924 

Q l Yi6 x i4 7 /8 in. (24.7 x 37.8 cm) 
Plate 5 
83.1.29 e 

6. Ein Wirtshaus am Donaustrand, 
c. 1924 

(Tavern on the banks of the Danube) 
9% x 14% in. (24.8 x 37.5 cm) 
Plate 6 
83. 1.29 f 



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7. Schloss Zwickeldt, c. 1924 
(Zwickeldt castle) 

9% x 14% in. (24.5 x 37.5 cm) 
Plate 7 
83- 1-29 g 

8. Vampyre, c. 1924 
(Vampire) 

io'/i6 x 14% in. (25.5 x 37.5 cm) 
Plate 8 
83. 1.29 h 

9. Leviathan, c. 1924 

9 n /i6 x i4 7 /s in. (24.7 x 37.8 cm) 

Plate 9 

83.1.291 

10. Der Fang, c. 1924 
(The catch) 

9 9 /i6 x I4 13 /i6 in. (24.3 x 37.6 cm) 
Plate 10 
83. 1.29 j 

11. Kriegshameraden, c. 1924 
(Wartime comrades) 

9 3 /4 x I4 13 /i6 in. (24.8 x 37.6 cm) 
Plate 11 
83.1.29 k 

12. Der MiXhlteich, c. 1924 
(The mill pond) 

9 u /i6 x I4 15 /i6 in. (24.6 x 37.9 cm) 
Plate 12 
83.1.29 1 

13. Die Miillerin, c. 1924 
(The miller's wife) 

9V2 x 14V2 in. (24.1 x 36.8 cm) 
Plate 13 
83.1.29 m 



1684-11 



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1684-13 



472 



Kubista 



Bohumil Kubista 

born 1884 

Vlckovice, Bohemia 

died 1918 Prague, 
Bohemia 



Maria Kuhlen 



Walter Kiihne 



Alfred Kunze 

born 1866 Chemnitz 
died 1943 Chemnitz 



Erika M. Kunzig 



1685 

U more, c. 1918 

(Near the sea) 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

5% x 8 3 /i6 in. (14.9 x 20.8 cm) 

From Czech periodical Cerven 1, no. 

11/12(1918): 159 

provenance: gift of Dr. Paul Raabe, 

1985 

L. 85. 2. 90 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Reverly Hills, 

California 



1686 

Mddchen, c. 1934 

(Girl) 

Woodcut on japan paper 

6 x 4 5 /i6 in. (15.2 x 10.9 cm) 

From portfolio Holzschnitte 

niederrheinischer Kiinstler (Krefeld: 

Felt Verlag, 1934); possibly from edition 

of 35 (see remarks under cat. no. 277) 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.i.i6g 



1687 

lsola di Sogno, c. 1912 

Etching on Van Gelder Zonen paper 

5 x 7 in. (12.7 x 17.7 cm) 

From Zeitschrift fur bildende Kunst, 

n.s., 23, no. 4 (1912): following 104 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 

83. 1.966 d 



1688 

Untitled (seascape), c. 1927 
Lithograph on wove paper 
6% x 8 n /i6 in. (17. 2 x 22. 1 cm) 
From Ing. Hermann Heuss et al., 
Kiinstler abseits vom Wege, igoy-ig2j 
(Chemnitz: Kiinstlergruppe Chemnitz, 
1927), p. 16 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
PROVENANCE: unknown 
83.1.52 b 



1689 

Die Muttergottes mit den Rehen, 

c 1919 

(Madonna with deer) 

Lithograph on heavy wove paper 

9 n /i6 x 6% in. (24.6 x 16.8 cm) 

From Joachim Kirchner, Junge Berliner 

Kunst, Wasmuths Kunsthefte, no. 6 

(Berlin: E. Wasmuth, [1919?]), pi. 9 

provenance: W. F. Arntz, Haag 

(Oberbayern); purchased in 1975 

83.1.120 i 




1685 





1689 




Kurzweil 



473 



^^m-^G ■■ -&&£- i«ss&3s 




1688 





1691 



1690 

Modell zu einemfreistehenden Brunnen 

fur eine Halle, 1920 

(Model for a freestanding fountain for a 

hall) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

6% x 5'/8 in. (17.2 x 13.0 cm) 

From Katalog der zweiten Ausstellung 

der Hamhurgischen Secession, exh. cat. 

(Hamburg: Alte Kunsthalle, 1921), no. 

37. pl- 15 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

83- 1-735 P 



Richard Kuohl 

born 1880 Meissen 




1691 

Akt einer nach rechts sitzenden und 

nachsinnenden Frau, c. 1902 

(Seated nude facing right and 

meditating) 

Woodcut printed in black and orange on 

laid paper 

5'/s x 5 3 /ie in. (13.0 x 13. 1 cm) 

From Wiener Secession: Katalog der 

vierzehnten Ausstellung der Vcreini- 

gung bildender Kiinstler Osterrcichs, 

exh. cat. (Vienna: Wiener Secession, 

1902), p. 70 

PROVENANCE: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

28-29 May 1974, part of lot 2031 

reference: Novotny and Adoll 414 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 241/1 

83.1.610 n 

1692 

Der Polster, 1903 
(The pillow) 

Woodcut printed in yellow, dark olive, 
light olive, light gray-blue, dark gray- 
blue, and red-brown on japan paper, 
laid down on heavy gray card 
nVi x ioVi in. (28.6 x 26.0 cm) 
From portfolio Jahresmappe der 
Gesellschaft fur vervielfaltigende Kunst 
(Vienna, 1903) 

provenance: Donald Corcoran, 
Vienna; gift of O. P. Reed, Jr., 1977 
reference: Novotny and Adolph 428 B 
M. 82. 288. 194 



Max Kurzweil 



born 1867 Bzenec, 
Moravia 



died 1916 Vienna, 
Austria 



1692 



474 



Laage 



Wilhelm Laage 

born 1868 

Hamburg-Stellingen 

died 1930 Ulm 




1693 

Beim Einmachen, 1908 

(At canning time) 

Woodcut printed in black, gray, and red 

on J. W. Zanders paper 

11% x g 15 /i6 in. (29.6 x 25.3 cm) 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r. 

PROVENANCE: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 20-22 June 1979, lot 692 

REFERENCE: Hagenlocher 82 II. c 

M. 82. 288. 195 

1694 

Mutter Erde 

(Mother earth) 

Book with 1 1 woodcuts on wove paper 
Illustrations to poems by Ludwig 
Finckh (Stuttgart and Berlin: Deutsche 
Verlags-Anstalt, 1917); edition of 250 
inscription: dedicated "Unserem 
lieben Max und der Els von Ugel und 
Dorl. Konstanz. 26.9.17," inside cover 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen: purchased in 1975 
reference: Hagenlocher 287-97 
83.1.141 a-k 

1. Untitled (cover), 1917 
4V16 x 3% in. (10.3 x 8.6 cm) 
reference: Hagenlocher 287 
83.1.141 a 

2. Knabenakt, 1917 
(Nude youth) 

5 15 /i6 x 3 7 /8 in. (15. 1 x 9.8 cm) 

Frontispiece 

reference: Hagenlocher 288 I 

83.1.141 b 

3. Haus Finckh, 1917 
(Finckh's house) 

4 n /i6 x 3 7 /s in. (11.9 x 9.8 cm) 
Page 11 

reference: Hagenlocher 289 
83.1.141 c 

4. Frauenakt, 1917 
(Nude woman) 

5% x 3% in. (13.7 x 9.5 cm) 
Page 25 

reference: Hagenlocher 290 II 
83.1.141 d 

5. Ernte, 1917 
(Harvest) 

4 I3 /i6 x 4 in. (12.3 x 10.2 cm) 
Page 43 

REFERENCE: Hagenlocher 291 II 
83.1.141 e 



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6. Gewitter, 1917 
(Thunderstorm) 

4% x 4 in. (12.4 x 10.2 cm) 
Page 57 

REFERENCE: Hagenlocher 292 II 
83.1.141 f 

7. Regenbogen, 1917 
(Rainbow) 

5 x 3 15 /i6 in. (12.8 x 10.0 cm) 
Page 73 

REFERENCE: Hagenlocher 293 
83.1. 141 g 

8. Mddchenakt, 1917 
(Nude girl) 

4 13 /i6 x 3% in. (12.3 x 9.8 cm) 
Page 91 

REFERENCE: Hagenlocher 294 
83.1.141 h 

9. Der Pfliiger, 1917 
(The plowman) 

4% x 3 I5 /i6 in. (12. 1 x 10.0 cm) 
Page 103 

reference: Hagenlocher 295 
83.1.141 i 

10. Stadt am Albrand, 1917 
(City on the Albrand) 

4 n /i6 x 3 7 /8 in. (11.9 x 9.9 cm) 
Page 121 

REFERENCE: Hagenlocher 296 
83.1. 141 j 

11. Korb mit Friichten, 1917 
(Basket of fruit) 

3'/s x 3V8 in. (8.0 x 8.0 cm) 
Page 136 

REFERENCE: Hagenlocher 297 
83.1.141 k 



1695 

Untitled (man and woman in 
landscape), 1924 
Lithograph on wove paper 
8 7 /i6 x 5 15 /i6 in. (21.5 x 15.0 cm) 
From Georg Biermann, ed., Jahrbuch 
derjungen Kunst (Leipzig: Klinkhardt 
& Biermann, 1924), following p. 462 
PROVENANCE: Galerie Nierendorf, 
Berlin; purchased in 1975 
EXHIRITION: Reed 320/1924.5 
83.1.802 e 



Jean-Emile Laboureur 



born 1877 Nantes, 
France 



died 1943 
Penestin, France 



1696 




1696 

Friede auf Erden, c. 1916 

(Peace on earth) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

2 15 /i6 x 4 5 /8 in. (7.5 x 11.8 cm) 

From Die Ahtion 6, no. 51/52 (1916): 

693-94; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 30 November 1979, part of 

lot 1173 

83- 1- 1527 b 



Roger de La Fresnaye 

born 1885 Le Mans, 
France 

died 1925 Grasse, 
France 



1695 



476 



Lange 



Otto Lange 

born 1879 Dresden 
died 1944 Dresden 



1697 

Fiiclise, c. 1917 

(Foxes) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 7 /s x 5 13 /i6 in. (20.0 x 14.8 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

1, no. 11 (1917) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (32/110) on 

justification page 

provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 

Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

EXHIHITION: Reed 283/14 

83.1.1095 b 

1698 

Portrdt, c. 1917 

(Portrait) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 13 /i6 x 5 13 /ie in. (19.8 x 14.8 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

1, no. 11 (1917); the center also has an 

impression from the regular edition 

inscription: numbered (32/110) on 

justification page 

provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 

Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

EXHIHITION: Reed 283/46; Chipp 154 

83.1.1095 a 

1699 

Dame in Griin, 1918 

(Lady in green) 

Woodcut printed in green, black, and 

orange on heavy wove paper 

14 x 9V2 in. (35.6 x 24.2 cm) 

From portfolio Die Schaffenden 1, no. 3 

(Weimar: Gustav Kiepenheuer Verlag, 

1919); from edition of 100 (total edition 

of 125) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. ; publisher's 

stamp, 1.1. 

provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 

Ketterer, Munich, 29 May, 1973, lot 

1206 

REFERENCE: Jahn and Berger 26 

M. 82.288. 196 

1700 

Fischpredigt, 1919 

(Preaching to the fish) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8Vt x 6% in. (21.0 x 16.8 cm) 

From Sezession Gruppe 1919, exh. cat. 

(Dresden: Verlag Emil Richter, 1919) 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1974 

83-i-556c 

1701 

Landschaft, c. 1919 

(Landscape) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8'/i6 x 10V16 in. (20.5 x 25.5 cm) 

From Die rote Erde 1, no. 8/10 (1920): 

343 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 298 

83. 1.972 r 





1698 





1700 



1699 




1701 





1702 



1703 





1705 



1704 




Hr.'xfl 






Wv 






Ijmjth, 


^■mI « 


wSil! 












^K 


%MM/,mM 




r^\tA 


JJJm 






w/mm 






^ES 


IMzm 







1707 



1706 



Lange 



1702 

Madchen mit bliihender Kaktee, c. 1919 

(Girl with flowering cactus) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9V2 x 7 in. (24.2 x 17.8 cm) 

From Die rote Erde 1, no. 8/10 (1920): 

341 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 298 

83. 1.972 q 

1703 

Nachtliche Szene, probably after 1919 
(Nocturnal scene) 
Linoleum cut on white card 
25 9 /i6 x i9 13 /i6 in. (65.0 x 50.4 cm) 
inscription: signed, l.r.; inscribed 
"Hand-Selbstdruck," 1.1. 
provenance: Galleria del Levante, 
Munich; purchased in 1978 
M. 82. 288. 197 

1704 

Verspottung Christi, probably after 

1919 

(The mocking of Christ) 

Woodcut printed in red and black on 

thin laid paper 

20% x i8 3 /i6 in. (52.4 x 46.2 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r; inscribed 

"Hand-Selbstdruck," 1.1. 

provenance: Galleria del Levante, 

Munich; purchased in 1978 

exhibition: Chipp 88; Rigby 68 

M. 82. 288. 198 

1705 

Vision, probably after 1919 
Woodcut and color monotype on heavy 
wove paper 

20% x i8 7 /i6 in. (52.7 x 46.8 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r; inscribed 
"Hand-Selbstdruck I," 1.1. 
provenance: Galleria del Levante, 
Munich; purchased in 1978 
EXHIBITION: Chipp 87; Rigby 69 
M. 82. 288. 199 



477 



1706 

Untitled (group of figures), 1919 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
9 5 /i6 x 7% in. (23.6 x 20.0 cm) 
From Die rote Erde 1, no. 8/10 (1920): 

303 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 298 

83.1.972 k 

1707 

Untitled (group of figures), c. 1919 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
9 9 /i6 x 6 15 /i6 in. (24.3 x 17.6 cm) 
From Die rote Erde 1, no. 8/10 (1920): 

3°5 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 298 

83. 1.972 1 



Werner Lange 

born 1888 
died 1955 Kiel 



478 



Lange 



Otto Larsen 



born 1889 
Hannover 



died 1972 



Else Lasker-Schiiler 

born 1869Elberfeld 

died 1945 
Jerusalem, 
Palestine 



1708 

Abstraktion, c. 1921 

(Abstraction) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
11% x 9% in. (28.9 x 24.4 cm) 
From Kiindung 1, no. 11/12 (1921) 
provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 
Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 
part of lot 1154 
exhibition: Reed under 282 
83.1.1061 g 

1709 

Kopf, c. 1921 

(Head) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

i2 7 /w x 8 7 /i6 in. (31.6 x 21.5 cm) 

From Kiindung 1, no. 11/12 (1921) 

provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 

Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 

part of lot 1154 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 282 

83.1.1061 f 




1708 



1710 

Der Gatte als Beichtvater, c. 1927 
(The husband as confessor) 
Lithograph printed in black and beige 
on wove paper 
4 5 /i6 x 3 9 /i6 in. (10.9 x 9.0 cm) 
Illustration to fable by Jean La Fontaine 
in Amalthea Almanack, igiy-ig2y 
(Zurich, Vienna, and Leipzig: 
Amalthea- Verlag, 1927), following p. 76 
PROVENANCE: unknown 
83.1.209 a 




if** 



7LA, 



1711 (detail) 



1711 

Prinz Jussuf von Theben, c. 1921 
(Prince Jussuf of Thebes) 
Blue ink on wove paper 
7 3 /i6 x 4% in. (18.3 x 12.0 cm) 
From Else Lasker-Schiiler, Der 
Wunderrabbiner von Barcelona 
(Berlin: Paul Cassirer, 1921) 
inscription: titled below image 
PROVENANCE: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 
15 November 1979, lot 2930 
83.1.754 a 

1712 

Theben: Gedichte und Lithographien 

(Thebes: Poems and Lithographs) 
Book with 10 lithographs on wove paper 
Illustrations to poems by Lasker- 
Schiiler (Frankfurt am Main and Berlin: 
Querschnitt-Verlag, 1923) 
inscription: each sheet signed below 
image; signed and numbered (222/250) 
on justification page 
PROVENANCE: Willie Moor (ex libris, 
cover); Francis J. Koppstein (ex libris, 
cover); Ars Libri, Boston; purchased in 
1979 

83- 1-755 a-j 
1 




1712-1 




1923 



Gebet, c. 

(Prayer) 

9V2 x 6V16 in. (24. 1 x 15.4 cm) 

Plate 1 

83-i-755a 




1709 




1710 




1712-2 



Laurencin 



479 




t^^[t^j4^f^M^ 







1712-7 




1712-10 





1712-5 



1712-6 








1712-8 



1712-9 




1713 




2. 


Meine Mutter, c. 1923 




(My mother) 




9//16 x 6Vb in. (23.0 x 15.5 cm) 




Plate 2 




83- 1-755 b 


3. 


Versohnung, c. 1923 




(Reconciliation) 




8Vt x 5% in. (21.0 x 14.3 cm) 




Plate 3 




83-1-755 c 


4. 


Mein Volk, c. 1923 




(My people) 




8% x GVs in. (22.3 x 15.5 cm) 




Plate 4 




83- 1-755 d 


5. 


Sascha, c. 1923 




9% x 5 5 /i6 in. (23.8 x 13.5 cm) 




Plate 5 




83- 1-755 e 


6. 


Marie von Nazareth, c. 1923 




(Mary of Nazareth) 




7 9 /i6 x 5 5 /i6 in. (19.2 x 13.5 cm) 




Plate 6 




83- 1-755 f 


7. 


Ein alter Tibetteppich, c. 1923 




(An old Tibetan carpet) 




7 15 /i6 x 6 in. (20.2 x 15.3 cm) 




Plate 7 




83- 1-755 g 


8. 


Ein Lied, c. 1923 




(A song) 




5 I5 /i6 x 3 5 /i6 in. (15.0 x 8.4 cm) 




Plate 8 




83-i-755h 


9. 


Joseph wird verkauft, c. 1923 




(Joseph is sold) 




7 5 /8 x 2 u /i6 in. (19.3 x 6.8 cm) 




Plate 9 




83-i-755i 


10 


. Gott hor . . . , c. 1923 




(God, listen . . .) 




8Vi x 4V2 in. (20.9 x 11.4 cm) 




Plate 10 




83- 1-755 J 



1713 

Hafen von Antwerpen, c. 1906 

(Antwerp harbor) 

Etching on laid paper 

6 7 /s x 8Vi in. (17.5 x 21.0 cm) 

From Zeitschrift fur bildende Kunst, 

n.s., 17, no. 6(1906): before 133 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 

83. 1.964 f 



1714 

Untitled (woman), c. 1913 
Woodcut on wove paper 
7 7 /i6 x 6 7 /s in. (18.9 x 17.5 cm) 
From Der Sturm 4, no. 156/157 

(i9i3) : 9 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1391.55 



Gaston de Latenay 



Marie Laurencin 



born 1885 Paris, 
France 



died 1956 Paris, 
France 



1714 



480 



Laurencin 



Wilhelm Lehmbruck 



born 1881 
Meiderich 



died 1919 Berlin 



Wilhelm Leibl 

born 1844 Cologne 
died 1900 Wurzburg 



1715 

Untitled (woman on horse), c. 1913 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8'/s x 8% in. (20.6 x 22.5 cm) 

From Der Sturm 4, no. 156/157(1913): 13 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83- 1- 1391-57 

1716 

Untitled (Egyptian), c. 1913 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 7 /8 x 3'/i6 in. (20.0 x 7.8 cm) 

From Der Sturm 4, no. 160/161 (1913): 27 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1391.59 



Fernand Leger 1717 

Lafemme au miroir, 1920 
born 1881 (Woman at mirror) 

Argentan, France Lithograph on wove paper 

8 x 7 13 /i6 in. (20.4 x 19.8 cm) 
died 1955 From Das Kunstblatt 4, no. 7 (1920) 

Gif-sur-Yvette, provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

France Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

reference: Shapire 1 

EXHIBITION: Reed 283/47 

83.1.1153 a 



1718 

Mannlicher Ruckenakt mit gesenktem 

Kopf, 1911 

(Male nude from the rear, with bowed 

head) 

Drypoint on japan paper 

6'/j x 4 3 /j in. (15.8 x 12.0 cm) 

From edition of 20 on japan paper 

inscription: signed by Anita 

Lehmbruck, l.r. ; estate stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Sotheby's, London, 29 

April 1975. lot 94 
REFERENCE: Petermann 19 II 
EXHIBITION: Reed 226 
M. 82. 288. 200 

1719 

Der Pilger, 1912 

(The pilgrim) 

Drypoint on wove paper 

7 7 /8 x 5 7 /8 in. (20.0 x 14.9 cm) 

An edition of 20 on japan paper is 

recorded 

INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1.; titled, l.r. 

provenance: Sotheby's, New York, 15 

May 1974, lot 495 

reference: Petermann 41 

EXHIBITION: Reed 227 

M. 82. 288.201 



1720 

Bildnis einer alien Frau, c. 1865 
(Portrait of an old woman) 
Etching on wove paper 
8Vt x 6V4 in. (20.9 x 15.8 cm) 
From Pan 3, no. 2 (1897): following 94 
provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 
REFERENCE: Dennerlein 1557 
83.1.1354 c 





1715 






1716 



1717 





Leip 



481 






1722-2 



1722-3 






1722-4 



1722-5 



1722-6 






1722-7 



1722-8 



1722-9 



1721 

Bei der Tanzerin, c. 1920 

(With the dancer) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

0//8 x 5% in. (23.2 x 13.7 cm) 

From Hugo Koch and Emil Maetzel, 

eds., Der gelben Posaune der Sieben 

gewidmet (Hamburg: Konrad Hanf, 

1920) 

provenance: Ganymede Graphics, 

Berkeley; purchased in 1974 

83.1.124 c 

1722 

Die Segelfahre 

(The ferryboat) 

Book with 9 woodcuts on laid paper 

Illustrations to book by Leip (Altona and 

Hamburg: Hammerich & Lesser 

Verlag, 1920) 

PROVENANCE: unknown 

83.1.142 a-i 

1. Untitled (violinist), c. 1920 
4 9 /i6 x 3 in. (11.6 x 7.6 cm) 
Page 9 

83.1.142 a 

2. Untitled (sailboat), c. 1920 
4V2 x 2% in. (11.5 x 7.3 cm) 
Page 21 

83.1.142 b 

3. Untitled (man watching nude 
woman), c. 1920 

4V2 x 2 15 /i6 in. (11.5 x 7.5 cm) 
Page 45 
83.1.142 c 

4. Untitled (gondola), c. 1920 
4V2X 2 ]5 /i6 in. (11.5 x 7.5 cm) 
Page 75 

83.1.142 d 

5. Untitled (costumed dancers), 
c. 1920 

4% x 2 13 /i6 in. (11.2 x 7. 1 cm) 
Page 91 
83.1.142 e 

6. Untitled (two figures embracing), 
c. 1920 

4 5 /i6 x 2% in. (11.0 x 7.0 cm) 
Page 101 
83.1.142 f 

7. Untitled (man in moonlight), 
c. 1920 

4 3 /8 x 2 13 /i6 in. (11.2 x 7.2 cm) 
Page 111 
83. 1. 142 g 

8. Untitled (man and bed), c. 1920 
4V2 x 2 15 /i6 in. (11.5 x 7.5 cm) 
Page 123 

83.1.142 h 

9. Untitled (dancers and sailboat), 
c. 1920 

4V2 x 2^16 in. (11.5x7.4 cm) 
Page 133 
83. 1. 142 i 



Hans Leip 

born 1893 Hamburg 



482 



Leistikow 



Walter Leistikow 1723 

Baumgruppe, c. 1896 
born 1865 (Group of trees) 

Bromberg Drypoint on wove paper 

4 13 /i6 x 7V4 in. (12.3 x 18.5 cm) 
died 1908 From Pan 2, no. 1 (1896): following 2 

Schlachtensee provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

REFERENCE: Dennerlein 850 

83.1.1352 b 

1724 

Waldsee, c. 1897 

Etching on laid paper 

6 13 /i6 x g'/j in. (17.3 x 23.5 cm) 

From Pan 3, no. 1 (1897): following 10 

PROVENANCE: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

REFERENCE: Dennerlein 1405 

8 3- 1-1354 a 

1725 

Kraniche, c. 1898 

(Cranes) 

Lithograph printed in black, orange, 

and beige on wove paper 

8 9 /i6 x 11 in. (21.7 x 27.9 cm) 

From Pan 4, no. 2 (1898): following 88 

PROVENANCE: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

reference: Dennerlein 1985 

83.1. 1356 h 

1726 

Das Haus, c. 1900 

(The house) 

Etching on wove paper 

6% x g 5 /i6 in. (16.8 x 23.7 cm) 

From Pan 5, no. 4 (1900): following 226 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

reference: Dennerlein 2594 

83- 1- 1359 d 



Maximilian Lenz 



born 1860 Vienna, 
Austria 



died 1948 Vienna, 
Austria 



Fritz Levy 



1727 

Untitled (clouds), c. 1902 

Woodcut printed in black and orange on 

laid paper 

5 9 /ie x 5'/s in. (14. 1 x 13.0 cm) 

From Wiener Secession: Katalog der 

vierzehnten Ausstellung der Vereini- 

gung bildender Kiinstler Osterreichs, 

exh. cat. (Vienna: Wiener Secession, 

1902), p. 46 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

28-29 May 1974, part of lot 2031 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 241/1 

83.1.610 h 



1728 

Grossstadt, c. 1920 

(Big city) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7% x 4% in. (18.8 x 11.7 cm) 

From Das Kunstfenster 1, no. 4 

(1920): 7 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1975 

83.1.1065 a 





1724 



1723 







1727 



Liebermann 



483 




1729 





1731 



1730 




1732 




1729 

Kellergarten in Rosenheim, 1895 
(Outdoor tavern in Rosenheim) 
Etching on wove paper 
7 9 /i6 x 9% in. (19.2 x 23.8 cm) 
From Pan 1, no. 1 (1895-96): following 30 
provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 
reference: Schiefler 34; Dennerlein 

77 

83.1. 1350 e 

1730 

Theodor Fontane, 1896 
Lithograph on wove paper 
10V2 x 8 n /i6 in. (26.7 x 22.0 cm) 
From Pan 2, no. 1 (1896): before 1 
provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 
reference: Schiefler 41; Dennerlein 
847 
83.1.1352 a 

1731 

Badende Jungen, 1897 

(Bathing youths) 

Etching on laid paper 

6% x 87s in. (16.8 x 22.6 cm) 

From Pan 3, no. 2 (1897): following 100 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

reference: Schiefler 43; Dennerlein 

1562 

83.1.1354 d 

1732 

Holzsuchende Frauen, 1898 
(Women gathering wood) 
Lithograph printed in bluish gray on 
laid paper 

6 9 /ie x n 5 /i6 in. (16.6 x 28.8 cm) 
From Pan 5, no. 4 (1900): following 204 
provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 
reference: Schiefler 48; Dennerlein 

2579 

83- 1- 1359C 

1733 

Fischmarkt in Amsterdam, 1907 
(Fish market in Amsterdam) 
Etching on heavy laid paper 
3 7 /8 x 5 I3 /ie in. (9.9 x 14.8 cm) 
From Gustav Schiefler, Das graphische 
Werk von Max Liebermann (Berlin: 
Bruno Cassirer, 1907), frontispiece 
INSCRIPTION: numbered (51/300) on 
justification page 

provenance: Jurgen Holstein, Pocking 
bei Miinchen; purchased in 1974 
reference: Schiefler 67 v 
EXHIBITION: Reed 7 

83.1.434 a 



Max Liebermann 

born 1847 Berlin 
died 1935 Berlin 



1733 



484 



Liebermann 



1734 

Strand in Noordwijk, 1909 
(Beach in Noordwijk) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
4 13 /ie x 7 13 /i6 in. (12.3 x 19.8 cm) 
From Kunst und Kiinstler 8, no. 1 
(1909): 2 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 
purchased in 1982 
REFERENCE: Schiefler 81 b 
83.1.1228 a 

1735 

Am Strand von Scheveningen 

(On the beach at Scheveningen) 
Three lithographs on japan paper 
Illustrations to story by Jozef Israels in 
Kunst und Kiinstler 11, no. 3 (1912): 

131-33 

PROVENANCE: Erasmus, Amsterdam; 

purchased in 1975 

REFERENCE: Schliefler 140-42 

exhibition: Reed under 286 

83.1.1242 o-q 

1. Israels "Am Strande von 
Scheveningen" 1912 
(Israels's "On the beach at 
Scheveningen") 

3 13 /ie x 5 5 /ie in. (9.7 x 13.5 cm) 
Page 131 

reference: Schiefler 140 II. c 
83.1.1242 o 

2. Badende Jungen im Meer, 1912 
(Youths swimming in the sea) 
4 5 /i6 x 6 9 /i6 in. (10.9 x 16.7 cm) 
Page 132 

REFERENCE: Schiefler 141 c 
83.1.1242 p 

3. Spielende Kinder am Strande, 1912 
(Children playing on the beach) 

4 x 6 7 /i6 in. (10.2 x 16.4 cm) 
Page 133 

REFERENCE: Schiefler 142 c 
83.1.1242 q 

1736 

Grosses Selbstportrat, stehend und 

zeichnend, 1912 

(Large self-portrait, standing and 

drawing) 

Lithograph on heavy wove paper 

I4 u /i6 x 11% in. (37.3 x 30.2 cm) 

From edition of 50 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 

provenance: Karl & Faber, Munich, 2 

June 1972, lot 705 

REFERENCE: Schiefler 135 b 

exhibition: Reed 8 

M. 82. 288. 202 







1734 





1735-2 




1735-3 




1736 



Liebermann 



485 



L~c~ . %z>™~ ' f<K< Q. 



f~ (^ L ^J 





2\ U4jk Ottilia.,, 



Jj^ylfr-y*. 




X< 4" !r '^- tli " -f "' "«• 'St' • 







1 . /*+**«-i-(ij ■ 



1738 



-iHf , 




1740 



1737 

Selbstbildnis, 1913 

(Self-portrait) 

Drypoint on laid paper 

8 7 /8 x 7 in. (22.5 x 17.8 cm) 

From Erich Hancke, Mai Liebermann: 

Sein Leben und seine Werke (Berlin: 

Bruno Cassirer, 1914), p. iii 

provenance: unknown; acquired in 

1974 

reference: Schiefler 150, subsequent 

to m.b 

83.1.432 a 

1738 

An meine liebenjuden, 1914 

(To my beloved Jews) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

13 x io'/i6 in. (33.0 x 25.6 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 3 (1914): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

reference: Schiefler 174 b 

exhibition: Reed 281/150 

83.1.1402 d 

1739 

Deutschlands Fahnenlied, 1914 
(Germany's battle song) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i3 3 /i6 x g 13 /i6 in. (33.5 x 25.0 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 14 (1914): 1 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

REFERENCE: Schiefler 188 b 
exhibition: Reed 281/159; Chipp 155 
83.1.1413 a 

1740 

Einzug der Russen, 1914 

(Entry of the Russians) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

11 x io'/s in. (28.0 x 25.7 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 4 (1914): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

REFERENCE: Schiefler 175 b 

exhibition: Reed 281/151 

83.1.1403 a 

1741 

Der englische Rechenfehler, 1914 
(The English miscalculation) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
13% x 9 13 /i6 in. (346 x 25.0 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 7 (1914): 4 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

reference: Schiefler 180 b 
exhibition: Reed 281/156 
83.1.1406 d 



1739 



486 



liebermann 



1742 

Extrablatt! 1914 

(Extra!) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i2 3 /i6 x 9'/s in. (31.0 x 23. z cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 6 (1914): 1 

PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

reference: Sehiefler 177 b 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/152 

83.1.1405 a 

1743 

Hercules-Hindenburg, 1914 

Lithograph on wove paper 

12^16 x 9 5 /i6 in. (31.9 x 23.7 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 6 (1914): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

REFERENCE: Sehiefler 179 b (as from 

Kriegszeit, no. 7) 

exhibition: Reed 281/155 

83- 1- 1405 d 

1744 

Der Kaiser, 1914 

(The kaiser) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

n n /i6 x g I3 /i6 in. (29.7 x 25.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 2 (1914): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

reference: Sehiefler 173 b 

exhibition: Reed 281/149 

83.1.1401 a 

1745 

Krieg auf Erden, 1914 

(War on earth) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i5'/2 x 11 in. (39. 4 x 28.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 18/19 ( X 914) : 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

reference: Sehiefler 184 b 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/162 

83.1.1417 d 

1746 

Kriegsbild, 1914 

(War picture) 

Lithograph on japan paper 

n 5 /i6X 9 in. (28.7 x 22.9 cm) 

From Kunst und Kiinstler 13, no. 2 

(1914): 46 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Sehiefler 205 (as 1915; this 

edition not cited) 

83.1.1224 b 




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1743 













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1745 




'IfiluUtrtHrMIt 



1742 



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1744 



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1746 



Liebermann 



487 





1747-3 



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1748 



1749 



1747 

Kunstgesprache im Kriege 

(Art dialogues in wartime) 

Four full-page and 2 vignette 

lithographs on wove paper 

Illustrations to article by Karl Scheffler 

in Kunst und Kiinstler 13, no. 3 (1914): 

102-13 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

reference: Schiefler 200-201, 203, 

207 (as 1915; this edition not cited) 

83.1.1244 c-h 

1. Untitled (fallen cavalryman), 1914 
i2 3 /i6 x g 5 /i6 in. (31.0 x 23.7 cm) 
Page 102 

reference: Schiefler 200 
83.1.1244 c 

2. Untitled (injured cavalrymen), 

19M 

12V16 x 8 7 /s in. (30.7 x 22.6 cm) 

Page 105 

REFERENCE: Schiefler 201 

83.1.1244 c 

3. Untitled (injured soldier), 1914 
7 ls /i6 x 6 5 /i6 in. (20.2 x 16.0 cm) 
Page 109 

REFERENCE: Schiefler 207 
83.1. 1244 g 

4. Untitled (soldier and railway 
bridge), 1914 

8% x 6 n /i6 in. (22.5 x 17.0 cm) 
Page 113 

reference: Schiefler 203 
83.1.1244 h 

1748 

Marsch, Marsch, Hurrah! 1914 
(March, march, hurrah!) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i2 3 /i6 x n'/s in. (30.9 x 28.9 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 18/19 U9i4) : 1 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

reference: Schiefler 185 b 
EXHIBITION: Reed 281/161 
83.1.1417 a 

1749 

Der Reichskanzler, 1914 

(The chancellor) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

12 x 10% in. (30.5 x 26.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 16 (1914): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

reference: Schiefler 182 b 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/160 

83.1.1415 a 



488 



Liebermann 



1750 

Samariter, 1914 

(Samaritan) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i3 9 /i6 x n 9 /i6 in. (34-5 x 29.3 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 10 (1914): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

reference: Schiefler 189 b 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/157 

83.1.1409 c 

1751 

Unsere blauenjungen, 1914 

(Our blue youths) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

16% x 6 I5 /i6 in. (42.2 x 17.6 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 13 (1914): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

REFERENCE: Schiefler 190 b 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/158 

83.1.1412 c 

1752 

Wilhelm von Bode, 1914 

Drypoint on Van Gelder Zonen paper 

9V4 x 7'/b in. (23.5 x 18. 1 cm) 

From Zeitschrift fur bildende Kunst, 

n.s., 26, no. 1 (1914): before 1 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 

REFERENCE: Schiefler 170 vi.b (as 1915) 

83.1.967 k 

1753 

Wohlauf Kameraden, aufs Pferd, aufs 

Pferd, 1914 

(Come on, comrades, to the horses, to 

the horses) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i4 3 /i6 x 1 i'/i6 in. (36.0 x 28. 1 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 6 (1914): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

reference: Schiefler 176 b 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/153 

83.1.1405 b 

1754 

Untitled (crowd in street), 1914 

Lithograph on wove paper 

io'/s x 9 7 /i6 in. (25.7 x 24.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 1 (1914): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

reference: Schiefler 172 b 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/148 

83. 1. 1400 a 




1750 




1752 





1753 




Liebermann 



489 





1756-2 




1755 



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1756-3 




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nvi_ 



1758 



1755 

Untitled (zeppelins), 1914 

Lithograph on wove paper 

14V16 x io'/i6 in. (35-7 x 25.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 6 (1914): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

REFERENCE: Schiefler 178 b (as from 

Kriegszeit, no. 7) 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/154 

83.1.1405 c 

1756 

Bassompierre 

Three lithographs on wove paper 
Illustrations to story by Johann 
Wolfgang von Goethe, excerpted from 
Kunst und Kiinstler 15, no. 10 (1917): 
463-66; the center also has impressions 
from the bound volume 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
reference: Schiefler 211-13 
exhibition: Reed 9 
83.1. 143 a-c 

1. Der Marschall, 1915 
(The marshal) 

5% x 6 in. (13.7 x 15.2 cm) 
Page 463 

REFERENCE: Schiefler 211 c 
83.1.143 a 

2. Das Beilager, 1915 
(The consummation) 

3 15 /i6 x 7 13 /i6 in. (10.0 x 19.9 cm) 
Page 465 

REFERENCE: Schiefler 212 c 
83. 1. 143 b 

3. Die Pestleichen, 1915 
(The plague victims) 

4 n /i6 x 6% in. (11.9 x 16.2 cm) 
Page 466 

reference: Schiefler 213 c 
83.1.143 c 

1757 

In Ostpreussen, c. 1915 

(In East Prussia) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

8 x 8% in. (20.3 x 22.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 21 (1915): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

reference: Schiefler 186 b 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/163 

83.1.1419 c 

1758 

Kant, c. 1915 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i2 7 /s x 5V2 in. (32.7 x 14.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 31 (1915): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

reference: Schiefler 192 b 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/167 

83. 1. 1429 a 



490 



Liebermann 



1759 

Kriegsvolkskiiche, 1915 

(Wartime soup kitchen) 

Lithograph on japan paper 

9 5 /i6 x 11% in. (23.7 x 28.9 cm) 

From Kunst und Kiinstler 13, no. 6 

(1915): 240 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

reference: Schiefler 202 (this edition 

not cited) 

83.1.1224 m 

1760 

Kurassier-Oberst, c. 1915 

(Cuirassier-major) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i4 3 /i6 x g 15 /i6 in. (36.0 x 25.3 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 24 (1915): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

reference: Schiefler 183 b 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/165 

83.1.1422 c 

1761 

Reiter-Kampf, c. 1915 

(Cavalry battle) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

10'A x i2 3 /ie in. (26.0 x 31.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 33 (1915): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

reference: Schiefler 196 b 

exhibition: Reed 281/169 

83.1.1431c 

1762 

Vlrich von Wilamowitz-Mollendorff, 

c- 1915 

Lithograph on wove paper 

11 x g 7 /i6 in. (28.0 x 24.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 58 (1915): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

reference: Schiefler 197 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/172 

83- 1- M55 a 

1763 

Der verwundete Kamerad, c. 1915 
(The wounded comrade) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
9 15 /i6 x n 13 /i6 in. (25.3 x 30.0 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 32 (1915): 2 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

reference: not in Schiefler 
exhibition: Reed 281/168 
83.1.1430 b 





1762 





1760 



1761 




1763 



Liebermann 



491 





1764 



1765 





\Aui\- 



1766 



1767 




1764 

Untitled (rifleman), c. 1915 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i6'/i x g 13 /i6 in. (41.2 x 25.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 22 (1915): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

reference: Schiefler 187 b 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/164 

83- 1- M35C 

1765 

Untitled (wounded soldier), e. 1915 

Lithograph on wove paper 

I3 u /i6 x 7'/i6 in. (34.8 x 18.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 27 (1915): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

reference: Schiefler 191 b 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/166 

83.1. 1425 d 

1766 

Untitled (rifleman), c. 1915 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i6'/s x 8 in. (41.0 x 20.3 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 37 (1915): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

REFERENCE: Schiefler 193 b 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/170 

83.1.1420 c 

1767 

Untitled (drummer), c. 1915 
Lithograph on wove paper 
i6 9 /i6 x 6V2 in. (42.0 x 16.5 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 38 (1915): 3 
PROVENANCE: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

reference: Schiefler 194 b 
EXHIBITION: Reed 281/171 
83.1.1436 c 

1768 

Untitled (drummer), c. 1915 

Lithograph on wove paper 

I5 15 /i6 x 7 15 /i6 in. (40.5 x 20.2 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 63 (1916): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

reference: not in Schiefler 

exhibition: not listed in Reed under 

281 

83.1.1460 b 



1768 



492 



Liebermann 



~./\ -v 



1769 

Berliner Pfingsten, 1916 
(Whitsuntide in Berlin) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
11 x 8'/i in. (28.0 x 21.0 cm) 
From Lieder des Bildermann, supple- 
ment to Der Bildermann 1, no. 5 (1916) 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 
180 

reference: Schiefler 220 b 
EXHIBITION: Reed 265/25 

83.1.1462.75 

1770 

Briickenwache, c. 1916 

(Watch by the bridge) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

12% x g 5 /i6 in. (31.5 x 23.7 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 64/65 (1916): 5 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

reference: Schiefler 195 b 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/173 

83.1.1461 e 

1771 

Untitled (by the sea), 1916 

Lithograph on wove paper 

8Vt x 10% in. (20.9 x 27.0 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 10 

(1916): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

180 

REFERENCE: Schiefler 218 c 

EXHIBITION: Reed 265/24 

83.1.1462.40 

1772 

Selbstbildnis, 1917 

(Self-portrait) 

Lithograph on heavy wove paper 

8 5 /i6 x 6'/j in. (21. 1 x 15.9 cm) 

From Kurt Pfister, ed. , Deutsche 

Graphiker der Gegenwart (Leipzig: 

Klinkhardt & Biermann, 1920), pi. 2; 

edition of 600 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

REFERENCE: Schiefler 307 

exhibition: Reed under 339 

83.1.171 b 

1773 

Lesender Mann, c. 1918 

(Man reading) 

Lithograph on handmade paper 

6 5 /ie x 4 15 /i6 in. (16.0 x 12.6 cm) 

From Unser Weg 1919. Einjahrbuch, 

2d ed. (Berlin: Paul Cassirer, 1918), 

frontispiece 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

reference: Schiefler 323 II b (as 1919) 

EXHIBITION: Reed 323/1 

83.1.589 a 




1770 






1771 





1772 



Lohse-Wachtler 



493 






1776 





1778 



1774 

Eislauf, c. 1923 
(Ice skating) 
Etching on laid paper 
4 15 /i6 x 7 in. (12.5 x 17.8 cm) 
From Hermann Struck, Die Kunst des 
Radierens, 5th ed. (Berlin: Paul 
Cassirer, 1923), frontispiece 
provenance: Herman George 
Scheffauer (inscription by author, 6 
August 1926, title page); Sims, Reed & 
Fogg, London; purchased in 1985 
reference: not in Schiefler 
M.86.80 a; Book Purchase Fund 

1775 

Der Miillerin Reue, c. 1924 

(The remorse of the miller's wife) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

8'/i6 x 7V4 in. (20.5 x 18.5 cm) 

From four-page prospectus to portfolio 

by Ernst Barlach Goethe: Ausgewahlte 

Gedichte (Berlin: Paul Cassirer, 1924); 

see cat. no. 104 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

reference: not in Schiefler 

83.1.32 c 



1776 

Untitled (decorative composition), 

c. 1902 

Woodcut on laid paper 

5 9 /ie x 5 3 /i6 in. (14.2 x 13.2 cm) 

From Wiener Secession: Katalog der 

vierzehnten Ausstellung der Vereini- 

gung bildender Kiinstler Osterreichs, 

exh. cat. (Vienna: Wiener Secession, 

1902), p. 76 

PROVENANCE: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

28-29 May 1974, part of lot 2031 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 241/1 

83.1.610 p 



1777 

Untitled (woman with long scarf), 

c. 1907 

Lithograph printed in black, blue, and 

red on laid paper 

6'/i6 x 6W6 in. (15.4 x 15.4 cm) 

From first program book Kabarett 

Fledermans (Vienna: Wiener 

Werkstatte, 1907) 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

15 November 1979, part of lot 2899 

83.1.167 b 



Wilhelm List 



born 1864 Vienna, 
Austria 



died 1918 Vienna, 
Austria 



Berthold Loftier 



born 1874 Nieder- 
Rosental, Austria 



died 1960 Vienna. 
Austria 



1778 Elfriede Lohse- 

Die Nachtwandlerin, 1919 Wachtler 

(The sleepwalker) 

Woodcut on brownish simili-japan born 1899 

paper Brandenburg 

10V2 x 8 15 /i6 in. (26.7 x 22.7 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: inscribed "Die died 1940 

Nachtwandlerin— Holzschnitt von L. 

Wachtler 1919" below image 

provenance: Galerie Saxonia, Munich; 

purchased in 1981 

M. 82. 287. 40 



494 



Lomnitz 



Alfred Lomnitz 


1779 




Gespenstersonate, c. 1920 


born 1892 


(Ghost sonata) 


Eschwege 


Woodcut on wove paper 




7 15 /i6 x 5% in. (20. 1 x 14.6 cm) 




From Das Kunstblatt 4, no. 6 (1920) 




provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 




Esslingen; purchased in 1975 




EXHIBITION: Reed 283/48 




83.1.1152 a 



Karl Lorenz 

born 1888 

Hamburg- 
Wandsbeck 

died 1961 
Hamburg-Rahlstedt 



1780 

R. M. Rilke: Holzschnitte von Karl 

Lorenz 

(R. M. Rilke: Woodcuts by Karl Lorenz) 

Portfolio of 14 woodcuts with watercolor 

on japan paper 

Published by Turmpresse; from edition 

of unknown size 

PROVENANCE: gift of Elmar Seibel, 1982 

L.86. 1. 1 a-n; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1. Rainer Maria Rilke, 1931 
With brown, aqua, and purple 
watercolor 

12% x g'/2 in. (32. 1 x 24. 1 cm) 
L. 86.1.1 a 

2. Untitled (design with star and fish), 

1931 

With gold, brown, and fuchsia 

watercolor 

12V2 x 9V2 in. (31.7 x 24. 1 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r. 

L.86. 1.1b 

3. Untitled (title page), 1931 
With gold, purple, and yellow 
watercolor 

12% x 9V2 in. (32.0 x 24.2 cm) 
L. 86.1.1c 

4. Untitled (design with sunburst), 

1931 

With brown, purple, and fuchsia 

watercolor 

i2 5 /8 x g'/2 in. (32.0 x 24.2 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r. 

L. 86.1. id 

5. Untitled (design with flowers), 1931 
With yellow, fuchsia, and aqua 
watercolor 

12V2 x 9V2 in. (31.7 x 24.2 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r. 
L. 86.1.1 e 

6. DieEngel, 1931 
(The angels) 

With gold, yellow, and fuchsia 

watercolor 

12V2 x 0//2 in. (317 x 24.2 cm) 

L.86. 1. if 




1780-1 



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OF&ftL 



TWbe^i 



1780-3 





1779 




1780-2 




lie/Eta* 



1780-5 



1780-6 



Lorenz 



495 






K3^ilQil!ueJ5«l 



1780-7 



1780-9 




M 







1780-10 



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L&m: 



7. So ungewiss und gross, 1931 
(So uncertain and large) 
With brown, gold, and purple 
watercolor 

i2'/2 x 9V2 in. (31.7 x 24.2 cm) 
L.86.i.ig 

8. Begreifst, 1931 
(Understand) 

With gold, brown, and purple 

watercolor 

12V2 x 9'/2 in. (31.7 x 24.2 cm) 

L.86.i.ih 

9. Du bist . . . , 1931 
(You are . . .) 

With yellow, gold, and fuchsia 

watercolor 

12V2 x 9V2 in. (31.7 x 24.2 cm) 

L.86.i.ii 

10. Untitled (design with tree), 1931 
With purple, orange, fuchsia, and 
aqua watercolor 

12V2 x 9'/2 in. (31.7 x 24.2 cm) 
inscription: signed and dated, l.r. 
L.86.1.1J 

11. Untitled (design with stars), 1931 
With light purple, dark purple, and 
yellow watercolor 

12V2 x g'/a in. (31.7 x 24.2 cm) 
inscription: signed and dated, l.r. 
L. 86. 1.1k 

12. Aus: Die Worte des Engels, 1931 
(From: The words of the angel) 
With yellow, purple, and gold 
watercolor 

12% x 9V2 in. (32.0 x 24.2 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, dated, and 
numbered (16) 
L.86.1.1I 

13. Rainer Maria Rilke, 1931 
With gold, fuchsia, and brown 
watercolor 

12V2 x 9V2 in. (31.7 x 24.2 cm) 
L. 86. 1.1 m 

14. Weihnachts-Paket , 1931 
(Christmas package) 

With brown, purple, and aqua 

watercolor 

12V2 x 9V2 in. (31.7 x 24.2 cm) 

L. 86.1. in 



1780-11 



1780-12 



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1151 Q 



1780-13 



1780-14 



496 Lowengard 

Kurt Lowengard 1781 

Untitled (cityscape with bridge), 

born 1895 Hamburg e. 1923 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9 13 /ie x 6 3 /ie in. (24.9 x 15.7 cm) 

From Karl Lorenz, ed.. Das neue 

Hamburg (Hamburg: Gemeinschafts- 

verlag Hamburgischer Kiinstler, 1923), 

p. 177 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (257/450) on 

justification page 

provenance: Arthur H. Minters, New 

York; purchased in 1976 

exhibition: Reed under 322 

83. 1.160 dd 

1782 

Untitled (cityscape), c. 1923 
Woodcut on wove paper 
7 5 /8 x 5% in (19.4 x 13.7 cm) 
From Karl Lorenz, ed. , Das neue 
Hamburg (Hamburg: Gemeinschafts- 
verlag Hamburgischer Kiinstler, 1923), 

P- 179 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (257/450) on 

justification page 

provenance: Arthur H. Minters, New 

York; purchased in 1976 

exhibition: Reed under 322 

83. 1.160 ee 

1783 

Untitled (cityscape), c. 1923 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 7 /s x 5 5 /8 in. (20.0 x 14.3 cm) 

From Karl Lorenz, ed.. Das neue 

Hamburg (Hamburg: Gemeinschafts- 

verlag Hamburgischer Kiinstler, 1923), 

p. 181 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (257/450) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Arthur H. Minters, New 

York; purchased in 1976 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 322 

83.1. 160 ff 



Maximilien Luce 



born 1858 Paris, 
France 



died 1941 Paris, 
France 



1784 

Hochofen, c. 1898 

(Blast furnaces) 

Lithograph printed in blue, yellow, 

burgundy, and blue-green on chine 

volant paper 

loVi x 7 7 /8 in. (26. 1 x 20.0 cm) 

From Pan 4, no. 1 (1898): following 20 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

reference: Dennerlein 1878 

83.1.1356 b 



Hanns Heinz Luck 1785 

Franziskus, c. 1920 

(Francis) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7'/i6 x 4 13 /i6 in. (18.0 x 12.3 cm) 

From Das Kunstfenster 1, no. 5 (1920): 13 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1066 b 





1782 



1781 





1784 



1783 




Luksch 



497 





1786 (recto) 



1786 (verso) 







1790 




1786 

Umrahmung zum Trinldied von 
Dehmel, c. 1895 

(Frame for Dehmel's drinking song) 
Lithograph printed in green and red on 
wove paper, with images on recto and 
verso 

Recto: 12 x 8 n /i6 in. (30.4 x 22. 1 cm); 
verso: ll 7 /s x 8 n /i6 in. (30.2 x 22.1 cm) 
FromPfln 1, no. 1 (1895-96): following 14 
PROVENANCE: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 
REFERENCE: Dennerlein 68 
83.1.1350 b, c 

1787 

Freya und die Riesen, 1896 

(Freya and the giants) 

Lithograph printed in black, brown, 

rust, and gold on wove paper 

9% x 7 15 /i6 in. (24.8 x 20. 1 cm) 

From Pan 2, no. 2 (1896): following 140 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

REFERENCE: Dennerlein 1072 

83.1.1352 1 



1788 

Untitled (balancing figure), c. 1919 
Woodcut on wove paper 
4V8 x 4 in. (10.5 x 10.2 cm) 
From Menschen 2, no. 54/61 (1919): 40 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 
exhibition: Reed under 289 
83.1. 1384 d 

1789 

Untitled (head in profile), c. 1919 
Woodcut on wove paper 
2% x 3 1 /-! in. (7.3 x 8.3 cm) 
From Menschen 2, no. 54/61 (1919): 41 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 289 
83.1.1384 c 

1790 

Untitled (head), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 x 3% in. (10. 1 x 9.5 cm) 

From Menschen 2, no. 54/61 (1919): 41 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 289 

83. 1.1384 f 

1791 

Untitled (fat figure), c. 1919 
Woodcut on wove paper 
3'/i x 3 in. (8.2 x 7.6 cm) 
From Menschen 2, no. 54/61 (1919): 59 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 289 
83.1. 1384 j 



Georg Liihrig 

born 1868 
Gottingen 

died 1957 



Andreas Luksch 



1791 



498 



Peter Luksch 



Elena Luksch- 
Makovsky 

born 1878 Saint 
Petersburg, Russia 

died 1967 Hamburg 



Luksch 



1792 

Untitled (head), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 5 /i6 x 2% in. (10.9 x 7.0 cm) 

From Menschen 2, no. 54/61 (1919): 52 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 

exhibition: Beed under 289 

83.1. 1384 g 

1793 

Untitled (head), c. 1919 
Woodcut on wove paper 
3 13 /i6 x 3 5 /i6 in. (9.7 x 8.4 cm) 
From Menschen 2, no. 54/61 (1919): 53 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 289 
83.1.1384 h 

1794 

Untitled (head), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 13 /i6 x 2'/8 in. (9.7 x 5.4 cm) 

From Menschen 2, no. 54/61 (1919): 53 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 

exhibition: Reed under 289 

83. 1. 1384 i 



1795 

Untitled (three figures), c. igo2 
Woodcut printed in black and orange on 
laid paper 

5"/i6 x 5V4 in. (14.5 x 13.3 cm) 
From Wiener Secession: Katalog der 
vierzehnten Ausstellung der Vereini- 
gung bildender Kiinstler Osterreichs, 
exh. cat. (Vienna: Wiener Secession, 
1902), p. 57 

PROVENANCE: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 
28-29 May 1974, part of lot 2031 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 241/1 
83.1.610 k 

1796 

Untitled (three figures), c. 1902 

Woodcut printed in black and orange on 

laid paper 

5% x 5 5 /i6 in. (14.6 x 13.5 cm) 

From Wiener Secession: Katalog der 

vierzehnten Ausstellung der 

Vereinigung bildender Kiinstler 

Osterreiclis, exh. cat. (Vienna: Wiener 

Secession, 1902), p. 72 

PROVENANCE: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

28-29 May 1974, part of lot 2031 

exhibition: Beed under 241/1 

83.1.610 o 





1793 



1792 





1794 





1797 




Lyck 



499 



1797 

Portrait, c. 1912 
Woodcut on wove paper 
2% x 1^16 in. (7.3 x 4.9 cm) 
From Saturn 2, no. 9 (1912): 183 
provenance: M. K. Neudold (ex libris); 
Galerie Gerda Bassenge, Berlin, 4 June 

WS. P art of l ot 4 8 99 
exhibition: Reed under 300 
83.1.1311 i 

1798 

Der Sdufer, c. 1912 

(The drunkard) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3% x i s /i6 in. (8.5 x 3.4 cm) 

From Saturn 2, no. 4 (1912): 65 

provenance: M. K. Neudold (ex libris); 

Galerie Gerda Bassenge, Berlin, 4 June 

1975, part of lot 4899 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 300 

83.1.1311a 



Maria Lyck 



500 



Macke 




August Macke 1799 

Akt, c. 1910 
born 1887 (Nude) 

Meschede Charcoal on thick brownish wove paper 

24 15 /i6 x 19 in. (63.3 x 48.2 cm) 
died 1914 inscription: signed by Elisabeth 

Perthes-les-Hurlus, Macke, l.r.; dedicated to Fried and 

France Emma Liibbecke, 1945, 1.1. 

provenance: Fried Liibbecke and 
Emma Liibbecke-Job, Frankfurt; gift to 
private collector, Los Angeles, 1946; 
Heritage Gallery, Los Angeles; 
purchased in 1972 
EXHIBITION: Reed 168 
The date 1914 on the drawing probably 
refers to the year of Macke s death 
rather than the date of execution 
M. 82. 288. 345 

1800 

Begriissung, 1912 

(Greeting) 

Linoleum cut on copperplate paper 

9I/2 x 7% in. (23.9 x 19.3 cm) 

Trial proof before edition in Der Sturm 

3, no. 138/139 (1912): 221; the center 

also has an impression from the 

published edition (cat. no. 1801) 

INSCRIPTION: inscribed "Nachlass 

August Macke (Probedruck 2) Elisabeth 

Erdemann-Macke" below image 

provenance: Karl & Faber, Munich, 1 

June 1973, lot 749 

EXHIBITION: Reed 166 

M. 82. 288.203 

1801 

Begriissung, 1912 

(Greeting) 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

gVi x 7 5 /s in. (23.9 x 19.3 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 138/139 (1912): 

221; printed from the cracked block 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

Not illustrated 

83.1.1391.40 

1802 

Untitled (three nudes), c. 1913 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
4'/2x 3'/j in. (11.5 x 8.3 cm) 
From Der Sturm 3, no. 152/153 (1913): 
289; the center also has impressions 
from the deluxe and regular editions of 
Das Kunstblatt 2, no. 4 (1918) 
provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83-1- 1391- 53 





1799 



1800 





^ 


?™l 


Rf /t 






is I i ' 




k^^AAml v j&giir^ : i 



1802 





1804 




1805 





1806 




Maetzel 



1803 

Untitled (abstract composition), 1923 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
10 7 /i6 x 5% in. (26.5 x 14.3 cm) 
From Der Sturm 15, no. 1 (1924): 11 
provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83.1.1396.14 



501 



1805 

Beweinung, c. 1918 

(Lamentation) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 13 /i6 x io'/4 in. (19.9 x 26.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 13/14 (1918): 

173-74; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1532 b 

1806 

Untitled (two women), c. 1918 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5% x 4 in. (13.7 x 10.2 cm) 

From Die Aktion 8, no. 5/6 (1918): cover 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1530 a 

1807 

Herbst, c. 1919 

(Autumn) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8% x 6"/i6 in. (21.2 x 17.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 39/40 (1919): 

back cover 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83.1.1559 b 

1808 

Untitled (head), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5V& x 4 in. (13.0 x 10.2 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 37/38 (1919): 

645-46 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

83. 1. 1558 c 



Karel Maes 

born 1900 Mol, 
Belgium 



1804 


Emil Maetzel 


Badende Knaben, c. 1914 




(Bathing youths) 


born 1877 


Linoleum cut on wove paper 


Cuxhaven 


14% x i8 7 /8 in. (37.5 x 48.0 cm) 




From Der Sturm 6, no. 17/18 (1915): 


died 1955 Hamburg 


102-3; the center has two copies of this 




issue 




provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 




purchased in 1982 




83.1.1391.29 





1808 



502 



Maetzel 



1809 

Salome, c. 1920 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8 s /8 x 6 13 /i6 in. (21.9 x 17.3 em) 

From Hugo Koch and Emil Maetzel, 

eds., Der gelben Posaune der Sieben 

gewidmet (Hamburg: Konrad Hanf, 

1920) 

provenance: Ganymede Graphics, 

Berkeley; purchased in 1974 

83. 1.124 d 

1810 

Stilleben mit Negerplastik, 1920 

(Still life with African sculpture) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

7 x %Vs in. (17.8 x 13.0 cm) 

From Katalog der zweiten Ausstellung 

der Hamburgischen Secession, exh. cat. 

(Hamburg: Alte Kunsthalle, 1921), no. 

45. P'- 5 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

83- 1-735 f 

1811 

Untitled (cover), c 1920 
Woodcut on yellow cover stock 
I2 13 /i6 x 9% in. (32.5 x 24.8 cm) 
From Hugo Koch and Emil Maetzel, 
eds. , Der gelben Posaune der Sieben 
gewidmet (Hamburg: Konrad Hanf, 
1920) 

provenance: Ganymede Graphics, 
Berkeley; purchased in 1974 
83.1.124 a 

1812 

Untitled (title page), c. 1920 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 x 6 in. (12.7 x 15.3 cm) 

From Hugo Koch and Emil Maetzel, 

eds., Der gelben Posaune der Sieben 

gewidmet (Hamburg: Konrad Hanf, 

1920) 

provenance: Ganymede Graphics, 

Berkeley; purchased in 1974 

83.1.124 b 

1813 

Der blinde Voter, c. 1921 
(The blind father) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
13V4 x 9% in. (337 x 24.4 cm) 
From Kiindung 1, no. 9/10 (1921) 
provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 
Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 
part of lot 1 154 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 282 
83. 1.1060 j 

1814 

Junges Paar, c. 1921 

(Young couple) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

loVie x 6 I3 /i6 in. (25.5 x 17.3 cm) 

From Kiindung 1, no. 9/10 (1921) 

provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 

Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 

part of lot 1154 

exhibition: Reed under 282 

83.1.1060 i 





1809 



1810 






vmmM *W R$W Sftfc Itt&N \i &m 



1814 




Maetzel-Johannsen 



503 





1815 



1816 





1817 



1818 




1815 

Untitled (Crucifixion), c. 1923 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 x 4 n /i6 in. (15.3 x 11.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 13, no. 6 (1923): cover; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 122 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1816 

Untitled (head), c. 1923 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

9V2 x 6% in. (24. 1 x 17. 1 cm) 

From Karl Lorenz, ed. , Das neue 

Hamburg (Hamburg: Gemeinschafts- 

verlag Hamburgischer Kunstler, 1923), 

p. 147 

inscription: numbered (257/450) on 

justification page 

provenance: Arthur H. Minters, New 

York; purchased in 1976 

exhibition: Reed under 322 

83.1.160 x 

1817 

Untitled (figure with flowers), c. 1923 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
9 13 /i6 x 6V2 in. (24.9 x 16.5 cm) 
From Karl Lorenz, ed., Das neue 
Hamburg (Hamburg: Gemeinschafts- 
verlag Hamburgischer Kunstler, 1923), 

P- 149 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (257/450) on 

justification page 

provenance: Arthur H. Minters, New 

York; purchased in 1976 

exhibition: Reed under 322 

83.1.160 y 

1818 

Untitled (seated nude), c. 1923 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
io'/4 x 7 7 /i6 in. (26.0 x 18.9 cm) 
From Karl Lorenz, ed., Das neue 
Hamburg (Hamburg: Gemeinschafts- 
verlag Hamburgischer Kunstler, 1923), 

P- 151 

inscription: numbered (257/450) on 

justification page 

provenance: Arthur H. Minters, New 

York; purchased in 1976 

exhibition: Reed under 322 

83.1.160 z 



1819 



1819 

Mutter und Kind, c. 1919 

(Mother and child) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

g 7 /8 x 5 n /i6 in. (25. 1 x 14.4 cm) 

From Die rote Erde 1, no. 8/10 (1920): 

259 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 298 

83. 1.972 e 



Dorothea Maetzel- 
Johannsen 



504 



Maetzel-Johannsen 



Franz Marc 

born 1880 Munich 



died 1916 Verdun. 
France 



1820 

Stilleben, 1920 

(Still life) 

Linoleum cut on laid paper 

5 x 6'/s in. (12.7 x 15.6 cm) 

From Katatog der zweiten Ausstellung 

der Hamburgischen Secession, exh. cat. 

(Hamburg: Alte Kunsthalle, 1921), no. 

40 or 41, pi. 2 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

83. 1-735 c 

1821 

Untitled (cover), 1920 

Woodcut and collage on purple laid 

paper 

9 7 /8 x 7% in. (25. 1 x 19.7 cm) 

From Katalog der zweiten Ausstellung 

der Hamburgischen Secession, exh. cat. 

(Hamburg: Alte Kunsthalle, 1921) 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

83- 1-735 a 



1822 

Katze hinter einem Baum, 1910-11 

(Cat behind a tree) 

Pencil on laid paper 

7'/i6 x 4% in. (179 x 11. 1 cm) 

provenance: Christie's, London, 5 

April 1974, lot 136 

REFERENCE: Schardt, Skizzenbuch 23, 

p. 20 

EXHIBITION: Reed 169 

Study for Marc's painting Kinderbild 

(Lankheit 146) 

M. 82. 288. 346 

1823 

Ruhende Pferde, 191 1- 12 

(Resting horses) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 9 /i6 x 8~/s in. (16.7 x 22.5 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 146/147 (1913): 

261 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

reference: Lankheit 825.2 

83.1.1391.51 

1824 

Die Hirtin, 1912 

(The shepherdess) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8 5 /» x 2 l3 /ie in. (21.9 x 7.2 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 144/145 (1913): 

253 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Lankheit 828.2 

EXHIBITION: Rosenthal 26 

83.1.1391.49 




■MMHMMMH| 



1721 





XL 




1821 




1822 




1829 





1825 





1828 



1826 




Marc 



1825 

Pferde, 1912 

(Horses) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5'/i x 3 9 /i6 in. (13.3 x 9.0 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 129 (1912): 163 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

reference: Lankheit 844.2 

83.1.1391.31 

1826 

Pferde, 1912 

(Horses) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8% x 3'/j in. (21.9 x 8.3 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 138/139 (1912): 

229 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

reference: Lankheit 832.2 

83.1.1391.42 

1827 

Schlafende Hirtin, 1912 

(Sleeping shepherdess) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 13 /i6 x 9 7 /i6 in. (19.8 x 23.9 cm) 

From Der Sturm 4, no. 160/161 (1913): 

25; the center also has an impression 

from Der Sturm 6, no. 23/24 (1916): 137 

(Lankheit 829.3) 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

reference: Lankheit 829.2 

83.1.1391.58 

1828 

Der Stier, 1912 

(The bull) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6'/i x 8"/i6 in. (15.8 x 22.0 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 140/141 (1912): 

233 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

reference: Lankheit 827.2 

83.1.1391.44 

1829 

Tierlegende, 1912 

(Animal legend) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 13 /i6 x 9 7 /i6 in. (19.9 x 24.0 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 127/128 (1912): 

145 (see also cat. no. 1830) 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

reference: Lankheit 831.2 

83.1.1391.22 



505 



1827 



506 



Marc 



1830 

Tierlegende, 1912 
(Animal legend) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
7 13 /i6 x g 7 /i6 in. (19.9 x 24.0 cm) 
From Genius 1, no. 2 (1919): following 
282; the center also has an impression 
from the second edition (cat. no. 1829) 
provenance: M. J. Rover Bookshop, 
Los Angeles; purchased about 1970-72 
REFERENCE: Lankheit 831.3 
exhibition: Reed 275/4 
Not illustrated 
83.1.813 d 

1831 

Tiger, 1912 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 13 /i6 x g 7 /i6 in. (19.8 x 24.0 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 132 (1912): 185; 

the center also has an impression from 

Wolf Pryzgode, ed., Buch der Toten 

(Munich: Roland Verlag, 1919), p. xiii 

(this edition not recorded by Lankheit) 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

reference: Lankheit 833.2 

83.1.1391.36 

1832 

Versohnung, 1912 

(Reconcilation) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

fA x io'/s in. (20.0 x 25.7 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 125/126 (1912): 

133 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Lankheit 837.2 

83.1.1391.20 

1833 

Wildpferdchen, 1912 
(Wild little horse) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
2% x 3'/8 in. (6.0 x 7.9 cm) 
From Der Sturm 4, no. 156/157 (1913): 
11; the center also has the following 
impressions not recorded by Lankheit: 
from Franz Marc: Gedachtnis- 
Ausstellung: Gemalde und Aquarelle I 
Holzschnitte. exh. cat. (Berlin: Galerie 
der Sturm, 1916), frontispiece; 
Herwarth Walden, ed., Expressionia- 
mus: Die Kunstwende (Berlin: Verlag 
der Sturm, 1918), title page; and Der 
Sturm 17, no. 5 (1926): cover, 77 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
REFERENCE: Lankheit 830.2 
83.1.1391.56 




1831 




1832 




1833 




1834 



Marcks 



507 




1835 




1834 

Geburt der Pferde, 1913 
(The birth of horses) 
Woodcut printed in black, red, rose, 
and green on japan paper 
8V2 x 5% in. (21.5 x 14.5 cm) 
provenance: Herr Probse, Mannheim; 
private collection, Los Angeles, 1947; 
Heritage Gallery, Los Angeles; 
purchased in 1972 
REFERENCE: Lankheit 840 
exhibition: Reed 170; Rosenthal 42 
M. 82. 288. 204 

1835 

Lotvenjagd nach Delacroix, 1913 
(Lion hunt after Delacroix) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
9 13 /i6 x io"/i6 in. (24.9 x 27.2 cm) 
From Der Sturm 6, no. 5/6 (1915): 25 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
REFERENCE: Lankheit 838.2 
83-1- 1392. 19 



1836 



1836 

Strassenansicht, 1924 

(Street view) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

6V4 x 8Vt in. (15.8 x 21.0 cm) 

From Georg Biermann, ed. , Jahrbuch 

derjungen Kunst (Leipzig: Klinkhardt 

& Biermann, 1924), before p. 63 

provenance: Galerie Nierendorf, 

Berlin; purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed 320/1924.2 

83. 1.802 b 



F. Marchand 





1838 



1837 

Frauenkopf, 1934 

(Head of a woman) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

8'/i x 6 5 /i6 in. (20.9 x 16.0 cm) 

From Gerhard Marcks: Zum 

achtzigsten Geburtstag, exh. cat. 

(Berlin: Galerie Nierendorf, 1969), 

frontispiece; total edition of 2,000 (first 

100 signed) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(62/100) on justification page 

provenance: Giinter Fuchs, 

Diisseldorf; purchased in 1979 

83.1.784 a 

1838 

Telemachos, begleitet von Hunden, 

1963 

(Telemachus accompanied by dogs) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 3 /ie x 5% in. (13.2 x 14.3 cm) 

From Gerhard Marcks: Dem grossen 

Bildhauer zum Geddchtnis, exh. cat. 

(Berlin: Galerie Nierendorf, 1983), 

frontispiece 

inscription: numbered (488/2,000) on 

justification page 

provenance: gift of Galerie 

Nierendorf, 1983 

L.86. 1.9 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



Gerhard Marcks 

born 1889 Berlin 

died 1981 
Burgbrohl 



508 



Marcks 



Franz Marten 



born 1898 
Gelsenkirchen 



1839 

Spinne und Schmetterling, 1972 

(Spider and butterfly) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6Vj x 3% in. (15.8 x 9.5 cm) 

From Gerhard Marcks: Dem grossen 

Bildhauer zum Gediichtnis, exh. cat. 

(Berlin: Galerie Nierendorf, 1983), 

p. 11 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (488/2,000) on 

justification page 

provenance: gift of Galerie 

Nierendorf, 1983 

L. 86. 1.9 b; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1840 

Selbstbildnis, 1973 

(Self-portrait) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

7% x yVs in. (19.6 x 18. 1 cm) 

From Gerhard Marcks: Zum 

funfundachtzigsten Geburtstag, exh. 

cat. (Berlin: Galerie Nierendorf, 1974), 

frontispiece; total edition of 1,650 (first 

150 signed) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(91/150) on justification page 

PROVENANCE: Giinter Fuchs, 

Diisseldorf; purchased in 1979 

83.1.445 a 

1841 

Sitzendes Mddchen, 1973 

(Seated girl) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

li'/s x 6% in. (28.2 x 16.2 cm) 

From Gerhard Marcks: Zum 

funfundachtzigsten Geburtstag, exh. 

cat. (Berlin: Galerie Nierendorf, 1974), 

frontispiece; total edition of 1,650 (first 

150 signed) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(91/150) on justification page 

provenance: Giinter Fuchs, 

Diisseldorf, purchased in 1979 

83.1.445 b 



1842 

Aus dem Cyklus "Musik" c. 1920 
(From the series "Music") 
Woodcut on wove paper 
7Vi6 x 4 5 /8 in. (18.0 x 11.8 cm) 
From Das Kunstfenster 1, no. 7 
(1920): 13 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 
purchased in 1978 
83.1.1068 a 



jmiifcfe 











1840 



1839 




1841 




1842 



Masereel 



509 





1845-1 



1844 




1843-1 



1843 

Die Passion eines Menschen 

(The passion of a human being) 

Book with 25 woodcuts on japan paper 

Sheet: 11 x 8% in. (27.9 x 22.3 cm) 

Picture book (Munich: Kurt Wolff 

Verlag, 1921); total edition of 750 

inscription: signed and numbered 

(25/50) on justification page 

provenance: Walter Schafroth (ex 

libris); source and date of purchase 

unknown 

reference: Vorms and Gabelentz 

B. 3 .la 

83.1. 145 a-y 

1. Untitled (coach scene with figures), 

1918 

5V4 x 4V4 in. (13.4 x 10.8 cm) 

Plate 11 

83.1.145 k 

1844 

Untitled (mob scene), 1918 

Woodcut on slick wove paper 

4 3 /i6 x 3 7 /i6 in. (10.7 x 8.8 cm) 

From Das Tribunal 1, no. 8/9 (1919): 

cover 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 304 

83.1.960 a 

1845 

My Book of Hours 

Book with 167 woodcuts on wove paper 
Sheet: 6 7 /s x 4 13 /i6 in. (17.4 x 12.3 cm) 
Illustrations to English edition of 
picture book with introduction by 
Romain Rolland, published by artist in 
1922. The center also has a copy of the 
German popular edition (Vorms and 
Gabelentz B.4.ib) with 165 woodcuts 
and an introduction by Thomas Mann 
(Munich: Kurt Wolff Verlag, 1926); 
edition of 1,000-5,000 
INSCRIPTION: signed and numbered 
(135/600) on justification page 
provenance: unknown 
REFERENCE: Vorms and Gabelentz 
B. 4.11a 

83.1.148.1-167 
1. Untitled (artist in his studio), 

c 1919 

3 9 /i6 x 2% in. (9.0 x 6.9 cm) 

Following title page 

83.1.148.2 



Frans Masereel 

born 1889 

Blankenberghe, 

Belgium 

died 1972 Avignon, 
France 



510 



Masereel 



1846 

Biibii votn Montparnasse 

(Bubii of Montparnasse) 

Book with 10 full-page and 10 vignette 

woodcuts on laid paper and vignette 

woodcut on cover 

Sheet: yVw x 4 7 /s in. (18.3 x 12.4 cm) 

Illustrations to novel by Charles-Louis 

Philippe (Munich: Kurt Wolff Verlag, 

1920); from popular edition of 

1,000-15,000 

provenance: Dr. Rene Prevot (ex 

libris); Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

reference: Vorms and Gabelentz C.29 

83.1.144 a-u 

1. Untitled (carnival scene), 1920 

4% x 3'/ie in. (12.0 x 7.8 cm) 

Page 41 

83.1.144 d 

1847 

Five Tales 

Book with 14 full-page and 14 vignette 

woodcuts on wove paper 

Sheet: 7 13 /i6 x 6 in. (19.9 x 15.3 cm) 

Illustrations to American edition of 

stories by Emile Verhaeren, translated 

by Keeve Willis (New York: Albert & 

Charles Boni, 1924) 

provenance: Ganymede Graphics, 

Berkeley; purchased in 1974 

REFERENCE: Vorms and Gabelentz 

C.26.II 

83. 1.146 a— bb 

1. Untitled (head of a man), 1920 
4 3 /4 x 3 5 /i6 in. (12.0 x 8.5 cm) 
Following table of contents 
83.1.146 a 

1848 

Geschdftsmann, 1920 

(Businessman) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8'/8 x 6% in. (20.7 x 16.2 cm) 

From Genius 2, no. 1 (1920): following 

158 

provenance: M. J. Royer Bookshop, 

Los Angeles: purchased about 1970-72 

reference: Vorms and Gabelentz Ab. 1 

EXHIBITION: Reed 275/7 

83.1.814 c 

1849 

Untitled (wounded figures), 1920 

Woodcut on wove paper 

2 9 /i6 x 3 3 /s in. (6.5 x 8.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 13/14 (1922): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut. The center also has an 

impression from Five Tales (cat. no. 

1847) 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5.gg a ; ' ent by 'he Robert Gore 

Rjfkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 





1848 



1846-1 




1847-1 




1850 



Masereel 



511 





1851-1 



1852 




1853 




1850 

Das Bild, 1921 

(The picture) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 7 /i6 x 3Vi6 in. (11.3 x 8.7 cm) 

From Das Querschnittbuch 1923, intro. 

by H. von Wedderkop (Frankfurt am 

Main: Querschnitt-Verlag, 1923), 

frontispiece 

inscription: numbered (86/400), p. iv 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Vorms and Gabelentz E.27 

83.1.517 a 

1851 

Der eurige J tide 

(The wandering Jew) 

Book with 8 full-page and 4 vignette 

woodcuts on wove paper 

Sheet: 9 9 /is x 7V2 in. (24.3 x 19.0 cm) 

Illustrations to German edition of novel 

by August Vermeylen (Leipzig: Insel- 

Verlag, 1921); edition of 260 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

reference: Vorms and Gabelentz C.35 

83.1.1473-1 

1. Untitled (Christ walks through the 

crowd), c. 1921 

5% x 4V2 in. (149 x 11.4 cm) 

Frontispiece 

83.1.147 a 

1852 

Der moderne Sklavenhalter, c. 1921 

(The modern slave owner) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4V2 x 3 7 /i6 in. (11.4 x 8.8 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 3/4 (1922): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 96 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1853 

Untitled (man and buildings), c. 1921 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5'/s x 4V4 in. (13.0 x 10.8 cm) 

From Der Querschnitt durch 1921 

(Berlin: Galerie Alfred Flechtheim, 

1922), frontispiece 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (340/400), p. iv 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Vorms and Gabelentz 2q 

83.1.827 a 



1849 



512 



Masereel 



1854 

Der Ausbeuter Kapitalismus und der 

Proletaries c. 1922 

(Capitalism the exploiter and the 

proletarian) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

2 15 /i6 x 5 7 /s in. (7.5 x 14.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 9/10(1922): 

133-34; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 97 b; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1855 

Die drei Partei-lnternatioTialen als 

Nonnen, c. 1922 

(The three party internationals as nuns) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

2 5 /i6 x 3 3 /s in. (5.9 x 8.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 15/16 (1922): 

208; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84. 5. 100 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1856 

Gbtterlasterliehe Anrufungen, c. 1922 

(Blasphemous invocations) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3^16 x 3% in. (9. 1 x 9.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 9/10 (1922): 

135; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84. 5. 97 c > ' e "t by tne Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1857 

Die Kirche segnete das Morden! c. 1922 

(The church blessed murder!) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3% x 3 9 /i6 in. (9.5 x 9.0 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 9/10 (1922): 

133; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmiiller, 

1984 

L.84.5.97 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1858 

Lasttrager, c. 1922 

(Porter) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 x i 15 /i6 in. (7.7 x 4.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 9/10 (1922): 

138; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84.5.97 g; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 





1854 




1855 




1856 




1858 





1859 



1860 




1861 





1862 



1863 



Masereel 



1859 

Strassenbild, c. 1922 

(Street picture) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4% x 3% in. (12.0 x 8.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 19/20 (1922): 

275; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 102 b; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1860 

Und Belgien? Vnd Luxemburg? c. 1922 

(And Belgium? And Luxembourg?) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 15 /i6 x 3V2 in. (10.0 x 8.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 9/10 (1922): 

137; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84.5.97 f; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1861 

Was die Kriegsberichte meinten, c. 1922 

(What the war news meant) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 n /i6 x 3 9 /i6 in. (9.4 x 9. 1 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 9/10 (1922): 

135; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84.5.97 d; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1862 

Untitled (soldier), c. 1922 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3"/i6 x 3V2 in. (9.4 x 8.9 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 9/10 (1922): 

136; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84.5.97 e; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1863 

Untitled (riot), c. 1922 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 3 /4 x 3% in. (12.0 x 8.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 12, no. 39/40 (1922): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

PROVENANCE: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L.84.5. 112 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



513 



514 



Masereel 

1864 

The Ballad of Reading Gaol 

Book with 7 full-page and 30 vignette 

woodcuts on laid paper 

Sheet: io 5 /i6 x 7 in. (26.2 x 17.7 cm) 

Illustrations to poem by Oscar Wilde 

(London: Methuen & Co., 1924); an 

insert notes that the book's publication 

was delayed to 1925 

inscription: numbered (24/50) before 

title page 

provenance: Marlborough, London; 

purchased in 1975 

reference: Vorms and Gabelentz 

C.471 

83.1. 153 a-kk 

1. Untitled (trooper in his cell), 

c. 1923 

5 13 /i6 x 3 in. (14.8 x 7.6 cm) 

Page 19 

83.1. 153 f 

1865 

Der Redner, c. 1924 

(The speaker) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 5 /i6 x 4 15 /i6 in. (135 x 12.6 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed., Schwarzer Greif: 

Ein Almanack aufdasjahr 1925 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), p. 31 

PROVENANCE: unknown 

83- 1-549 g 

1866 

Untitled (kneeling man), 1924 
Woodcut on wove paper 
4 7 /i6 x 3 7 /i6 in. (11.2 x 8.8 cm) 
From Georg Biermann, ed., Jahrbuch 
derjungen Kunst (Leipzig: Klinkhardt 
& Biermann, 1924), before p. 353 
provenance: Galerie Nierendorf, 
Berlin; purchased in 1975 
REFERENCE: Vorms and Gabelentz E.35 
exhibition: Reed 320/1924.3 
83.1.802 c 

1867 

Untitled (man holding head), c. 1925 
Woodcut on wove paper 
4V2 x 3V2 in. (11.4 x 8.9 cm) 
From 1925: Ein Almanach fur Kunst 
und Dichtung aus dem Kurt Wolff 
Verlag (Munich: Kurt Wolff Verlag, 
1925), frontispiece 
provenance: Saalbau Galerie, 
Darmstadt; purchased in 1980 
83.1.643 a 





1864-1 





Matare 



515 




1869-1 





1868-1 




1868 

Die Geschichte von Ulenspiegel und 

Lamme Goedzak 

(The story of Ulenspiegel and Lamme 

Goedzak) 

Two books with 52 lull-page woodcuts, 

98 vignette woodcuts, and 183 initials 

on wove paper 

Sheet: g 15 /i6 x 7 in. (25.2 x 17.8 cm) 

Two-volume German edition of story by 

Charles de Coster, translated by Karl 

Wolfskehl (Munich: Kurt Wolff Verlag, 

1926); edition of 1,600 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1974 

REFERENCE: Vorms and Gabelentz C.57 

83. 1. 150. 1. 1-184; 83. 1. 150.2. 1- 152 

1. Untitled (Christmas carolers), 1926 
6 5 /i6 x 4 9 /ie in. (16.0 x 11.6 cm) 
Volume 1, page 69 
83.1.150.1.40 

2. Untitled (the executioner), 1926 
6'/fe x 4 n /i6 in. (16.5 x 11.9 cm) 
Volume 2, page 7 
83.1.150.2.8 

1869 

Jeunesse 

(Youth) 

Book with 22 woodcuts on oatmeal 

paper 

Sheet: io I5 /i6 x 8 in. (27.8 x 20.3 cm) 

Picture book with introduction by 

Thomas Mann (Zurich: Verlag Oprecht, 

1948); edition of 3,000 

provenance: Ganymede Graphics, 

Berkeley; purchased in 1974 

REFERENCE: Vorms and Gabelentz B.35 

83.1. 152 a-v 

1. Untitled (frolicking on beach), 

c. 1948 

7'A x 5 in. (19.0 x 12.7 cm) 

Plate 19 

83. 1. 152 s 



1870 

Stehende Kuh, 1920 

(Standing cow) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

3 x 6 in. (7.6 x 15.2 cm) 

From Richard Hamann and Fritz 

Herbert Lehr, eds., Marburger 

Jahrbuch fur Kunstwissenschaft, vol. 1 

(Marburg: Verlag des kunstgeschicht- 

lichen Seminars der Universitat 

Marburg, 1924), before p. 285; edition 

of 500 

provenance: Biicherei Verlag Kurt 

Desch, Munich (ex libris); Hartung & 

Karl, Munich, 13 November 1979, part 

of lot 2958 

reference: Peters 13 (this edition not 

cited) 

83.1.785 d 



Ewald Matari 

born 1887 Aachen 
died 1965 Buderich 



1870 



516 



Matare 



1871 

Landschaft, 1921 

(Landscape) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 n /i6 x 8 u /i6 in. (145 x 22.0 cm) 

From Georg Biermann, ed. , Jahrbuch 

derjungen Kunst (Leipzig: Klinkhardt 

& Biermann, 1921), following p. 48 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

reference: variant of Peters 56 

exhibition: Reed 320/1921.3 

83- 1-799 a 



Georg A. Mathey 1872 

Brennende Stadt, c. 1916 
born 1884 Sibiu, (Burning city) 

Romania Woodcut on wove paper 

g 7 /s x 7% in. (25. 1 x 19.7 cm) 
died 1968 From Die Ahtion 6, no. 22/23 (^iS): 

Buchendorf 299—300 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 30 November 1979, part of 

lot 1173 

83.1.1516 b 

1873 

Sturm: Paul Adler gewidmet, c. 1916 

(Storm: Dedicated to Paul Adler) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5% x 7 in. (13.7 x 17.8 cm) 

From Die Aktion 6, no. 22/23 (1916): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 30 November 1979, part of 

lot 1173 

83.1.1516 a 

1874 

Aufstieg, c. 1919 

(Ascent) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7V16 x 4V2 in. (17.9 x 11.5 cm) 

From Die Aktion 9, no. 2/5 (1919): 

81-82 

provenance: gift of Titus Felixmuller, 

1984 

L. 84. 5. 82 c; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

Janos (Hans) Mattis- 1875 

Teutsch Untitled (woman in landscape), c. 1917 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 
born 1884 Brasov, 5 9 /i6 x 5V& in. (14.2 x 13.0 cm) 

Romania From Hungarian periodical Ma 2, no. 4 

[1917?]: 49 
died 1960 Brasov, provenance: gift of Dr. Paul Raabe, 

Romania 1985 

L. 85. 2. 82 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 





1871 




1872 






1876 



Mattis-Teutsch 



517 






1878 



1879 





1876 

Untitled (two figures), c. 1917 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 x 4 5 /i6 in. (10.2 x 10.9 cm) 

From Hungarian periodical Ma 2, no. 4 

[1917?]: 61 

provenance: gift of Dr. Paul Raabe, 

1985 

L.85.2.82 b; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifldnd Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1877 

Untitled (landscape), c. 1917 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

4'/i6 x 7 in. (10.3 x 17.7 cm) 

From Hungarian periodical Ma 2, no. 9 

[1917?]: 145 

provenance: gift of Dr. Paul Raabe, 

1985 

L.85.2.83 a: lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1878 

Untitled (landscape), c. 1917 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

4 7 /s x 4 in. (12.4 x io. 1 cm) 

From Hungarian periodical Ma 2, no. 

11 [1917?]: 177 

provenance: gift of Dr. Paul Raabe, 

1985 

L. 85. 2. 84 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1879 

Untitled (landscape), c. 1918 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
6V2 x 6 9 /i6 in. (16.5 x 16.7 cm) 
From Der Sturm 9, no. 3 (1918): 43 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83- 1- 1393-48 

1880 

Untitled (lake), c. 1918 
Woodcut on wove paper 
5 13 /i6 x 4 7 /i6 in. (14.8 x 11.2 cm) 
From Der Sturm 9, no. 5 (1918): 65 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83-1- 1393-5° 

1881 

Untitled (landscape), c. 1918 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

4 15 /i6 x 6'/8 in. (12.5 x 15.6 cm) 

From Hungarian periodical Ma 3, no. 3 

[1918?]: 34 

provenance: gift of Dr. Paul Raabe, 

1985 

L.85.2.85 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



518 



Mattis-Teutsch 



1882 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1918 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

5 9 /ie x 5V2 in. (14. 1 x 14.0 cm) 

From Hungarian periodical Ma 3, no. 7 

[1918?]: 85 

provenance: gift of Dr. Paul Raabe, 

1985 

L.85.2.88 b; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1883 

Untitled (landscape), c. 1922 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

6 9 /ie x 6% in. (16.6 x 16.8 cm) 

From Der Sturm 13, no. 9 (1922): 139 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1. 1395. 1Z 

1884 

Untitled (landscape), c. 1922 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

6Vi x 8Vs in. (15.8 x 20.6 cm) 

From Der Sturm 13, no. 10 (1922): 151 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83- 1- 1395- 15 

1885 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1923 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

6 5 /i6 x 6H in. (16. 1x15.9 cm ) 

From Der Sturm 14, no. 9 (1923): 139 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83- 1- 1395-41 

1886 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1923 
Woodcut on wove paper 
6 9 /ie x 4'/i6 in. (16.7 x 10.3 cm) 
From Der Sturm 14, no. 11 (1923): 166; 
the image also appears on the cover 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83- !■ 1395-46 

1887 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1923 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 7 /s x 4V8 in. (17.4 x 10.5 cm) 

From Der Sturm 14, no. 11 (1923): 167 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83- 1- 1395-47 

1888 

Untitled (landscape), c. 1924 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

6'/i x 8'/8 in. (15.8 x 20.7 cm) 

From Der Sturm 15, no. 2 (1924): 105 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1396.13 




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1882 








1886 



1887 




1889 



Maxy 



519 




1890 





1892 





1891 




1889 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1925 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
6 13 /i6 x 5 9 /i6 in. (17.3 x 14.2 cm) 
From Der Sturm 16, no. 6 (1925): 85; 
the image also appears on the cover 
provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83.1.1396.41 

1890 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1925 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

7 3 /i6 x 6 9 /i6 in. (18.3 x 16.7 cm) 

From Der Sturm 16, no. 6 (1925): 89 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1396.42 



1891 

Untitled (two men), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 n /i6 x 4% in. (9.3 x 12.0 cm) 

From Die Bucherkiste 1, no. 3 (1919): 39 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed 267 

83- 1. 1634 e 



1894 



1893 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1923 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 13 /i6 x 4% in. (17.3 x 12.4 cm) 

From Der Sturm 14, no. 10 (1923): 153 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

§3- 1- 1395-44 

1894 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1923 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 7 /s x 4 7 /i6 in. (149 x 11.2 cm) 

From Der Sturm 14, no. 11 (1923): 170 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83- 1139548 

1895 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 192,3 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 13 /i6 x 4 7 /i6 in. (14.7 x 11.2 cm) 

From Der Sturm 14, no. 11 (1923): 171 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83-1- 1395-49 



Mauermayer 



1892 Charles Maurin 

Mutter und Kind, c. 1896 

(Mother and child) born 1856 Puy, 

Zinc etching on wove paper France 

9 9 /i6 x yVs in. (24.3 x 18. 1 cm) 

From Van 2, no. 1 (1896): following 78 died 1914 Grasse, 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, France 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

reference: Dennerlein 961 

83- 1- 1352 e 



Max Hermann Maxy 

born 1895 Braila, 
Romania 



520 May 

Bruno May 1896 

Selbstbildnis mit Hut, 1904 

born 1880 Berlin (Self-portrait with hat) 

Lithograph printed in brown on japan 

died 1959 paper 

i2 13 /ie x 10% in. (32.5 x 27.0 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. ; inscribed 
"Originallithographie," 1.1. 
PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1980 
M. 82.287.41 



Karl Mediz 



born 1868 Vienna. 
Austria 



died 1945 



Bernhard P. Mehnert 



born 1892 
Chemnitz 



Hans Meid 

born 1883 
Pforzheim 

died 1957 

Schloss 

Ludwigsburg 



1897 

Robert Diez, c. i8g6 
Lithograph on wove paper 
io'/i6 x 6 5 /s in. (25.5 x 16.9 cm) 
From Pan 2, no. 2 (1896): following 130 
PROVENANCE: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 
reference: Dennerlein 1025 
83.1.1352 k 



1898 

Untitled (head of a woman), c. 1927 
Lithograph on wove paper 
io 9 /i6 x 7 9 /i6 in. (26.8 x 19.2 cm) 
From Ing. Hermann Heuss et al., 
Kiinstler abseits vomWege, 1907-1927 
(Chemnitz: Kiinstlergruppe Chemnitz, 
1927), p. 40 

INSCRIPTION: signed, 1.1. 
PROVENANCE: unknown 
83.1.52 e 




1896 



1899 

Der Spion (Dame am Fenster), 1909 
(The spy [lady at the window]) 
Etching on handmade paper 
4 5 /s x 3V2 in. (11.7 x 8.9 cm) 
From Zeitschrift fur bildende Kunst, 
n.s., 23, no. 5 (1912): before 105 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 

REFERENCE: JentSC'h 12 II. a 

83. 1.966 e 

1900 

Hades und Persephone, 1910 

(Hades and Persephone) 

Drypoint on wove paper 

8% x 5 7 /i6 in. (22.2 x 13.8 cm) 

From edition of 75 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r.; 

titled, 1.1. 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1974 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 35 II 

M. 82.288.205 






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HANN UND GULPENHEH 
2U VIEL GESAGT 1ST NICHTS GESAGT 



EINE MORGENLANDISCHE ERZAHLUNG 

C. M. W 1 E L A N D 
MIT 10 OK1G1NALLITHOCRAFHIEN 

HANS MEID 



1903-1 




1903-3 





1901 

ldylk, 1913 

(Idyll) 

Drypoint on laid paper 

7 13 /i6 x 5VI6 in. (19.8 x 12.8 cm) 

From Kunst und Kiinstler 11, no. 12 

(1913): 59 2 

provenance: Erasmus, Amsterdam; 

purchased in 1975 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 107 

exhibition: Reed under 286 

83.1.1242 mm 

1902 

Reiter und Reiterin, 1913 

(Male and female riders) 

Drypoint on wove paper 

4 3 /s x 5V8 in. (11.8 x 14.9 cm) 

From Zeitschrift fiir bildende Kunst, 

n.s., 25, no. 6 (1914): following 160 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 15 May 1976, part of lot 4364 

reference: Jentsch 108 II. b 

83. 1.976 d 

1903 

Hann und Gulpenheh 

(Hann and Gulpenheh) 

Ten lithographs on wove paper 

Illustrations to story by Christoph M. 

Wieland in Kunst und Kiinstler 12, no. 4 

(1914): 189-98 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

reference: Jentsch 122-31 

83.1. 1243 j-s 

1. Untitled (title vignette), 1914 
4V2 x 3 9 /i6 in. (11.5 x 9.0 cm) 
Page 189 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 122 
83.1. 1243 j 

2. Hann umarmt die sterbende 
Gulpenheh, 1914 

(Hann embraces the dying 

Gulpenheh) 

2 15 /i6 x 2 15 /i6 in. (7.5 x 7.5 cm) 

Page 190 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 123 

83.1.1243 k 

3. Aissa der Prophet spricht mit Hann, 

1914 

(Aissa the prophet speaks with 

Hann) 

4% x s'/s in. (12. 1 x 13.0 cm) 

Page 191 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 124 

83. 1. 1243 1 

4. Hann eilt um Kleiderfiir die nackte 
Gulpenheh, 1914 

(Hann rushes for clothing for the 

naked Gulpenheh) 

4V2X 5 u /i6 in. (11.5 x 14.5 cm) 

Page 192 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 125 

83.1.1243 m 



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Meid 



1903 (continued) 

5. Des Sultans Sohn erblickt die 
nackte Gulpenheh, 1914 

(The sultan's son espies the naked 

Gulpenheh) 

4 7 /i6 x 6V4 in. (11.2 x 16.5 cm) 

Page 193 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 126 

83.1.124311 

6. Gulpenheh zieht in den Palast ein, 

1914 

(Gulpenheh's entry into the palace) 

5'/i x 6V2 in. (13.4 x 16.5 cm) 

Page 194 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 127 

83.1.12430 

7. Gulpenheh erscheint im Palast vor 
Harm, 1914 

(Gulpenheh appears to Hann in the 

palace) 

5VI6 x 6 9 /i6 in. (12.9 x 16.7 cm) 

Page 195 

reference: Jentsch 128 

83.1. 1243 p 

8. Aissa der Prophet erscheint am 
Galgen des Hann, 1914 

(Aissa the prophet appears at Hann's 

gallows) 

4 13 /i6 x 6'/4 in. (12.3 x 15.8 cm) 

Page 196 

reference: Jentsch 129 

83.1. 1243 q 

9. Aissa der Propliet zeugt vor dem 
Sultan fiir Hann, 1914 

(Aissa the prophet testifies for Hann 

before the sultan) 

5 n /i6 x 6 n /i6 in. (14.5 x 17.0 cm) 

Page 197 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 130 

83.1. 1243 r 

10. Frau Gulpenheh wird zuriick ins 
Grab geschleift, 1914 
(Gulpenheh is dragged back to the 
grave) 

3 13 /i6 x 5% in. (9.7 x 13.6 cm) 
Page 198 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 131 
83.1.1243 s 

1904 

Aus einem Heldenleben, c. 1915 

(From the life of a hero) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

7 n /ie x 10 in. (19.5 x 25.4 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 43 (1915): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

reference: Jentsch 218 

exhibition: not listed in Reed under 

281 

83.1.1441c 




1903-6 




1903-8 




1903-5 




1903-7 




1903-9 




Meid 



523 




1908 





1904 





1907 



1905 

Aus einem Heldenleben oder Gabriele 

d'Annunzio oder des Dichters Abschied 

und Wiederkehr, c. 1915 

(From the life of a hero; or, Gabriele 

d'Annunzio; or, The poet's departure 

and return) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

7 u /i6 x 10V16 in. (19.5 x 25.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 43 (1915): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 217 

exhibition: not listed in Reed under 

281 

83.1.1441b 

1906 

Kavallerie-Patrouille, c. 1915 

(Cavalry patrol) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

8 u /i6 x io 5 /s in. (22.0 x 27.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 37 (1915): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

reference: Jentsch 214 b 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/174 
83.1.1435 b 

1907 

Strasse in Kalisch, c. 1915 

(Street in Kalisz) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i4 5 /i6 x 9% in. (36.4 x 24.8 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 39 (1915): 2 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

reference: Jentsch 215 11 

exhibition: Reed 281/175 

83- 1- 1437 b 

1908 

Strassenwache, c. 1915 

(Street watch) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

8V4 x n 7 /i6 in. (21.0 x 29.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 42 (1915): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

REFERENCE: Jentsch 216 b 

exhibition: Reed 281/176 

83.1.1440 d 



1905 



524 



Meid 



1909 

Aminak unter der Palme, 1917 
(Aminah under the palm tree) 
Etching on laid paper 
6 7 /8X 4% in. (175 x 11.7 cm) 
From Klabund, Mohammed: Der 
Roman eines Propheten (Berlin: Verlag 
Erich Reiss, 1917), frontispiece; total 
edition of 600 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 
(17/70) on justification page 
provenance: H. C. Thieme, 1917 
(signed and dated on endsheet); 
Hartung & Karl, Munich, 14 November 
1974, part of lot 1775 
reference: Jentsch 261 a 
83.1.186 b 

1910 

Dorimene und Orphise, 1917 
(Dorimene and Orphise) 
Etching and drypoint on japan paper 
3'/4 x 4% in. (8.3 x 12.0 cm) 
From deluxe edition of Marsijas, no. 2 
(1917); the issue also contains an 
unsigned impression and one from the 
published state (p. gg); total edition of 
235 in the published state 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 
(xxvn/xxxv) on justification page 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
REFERENCE: Jentsch 255 a 
exhibition: Reed under 288 
83.1.1662 e 

1911 

Lesende aufeiner Parkbank, 1917 
(Readers on a park bench) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
4 x 5 15 /i6 in. (10. 1 x 15. 1 cm) 
From deluxe edition of Marsijas, no. 1 
(1917): 74; total edition of 235 
inscription: signed, l.r.; numbered 
(xxvn/xxxv) on justification page 
PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
reference: Jentsch 260 a 
exhibition: Reed under 288 
83.1.1661 mm 

1912 

Ein Liebespaar im Garten, 1917 
(Lovers in the garden) 
Drypoint on japan paper 
9 x 6% in. (22.9 x 17. 1 cm) 
From prospectus for Marsyas (May 
1917), p. 5; total edition of 235 
inscription: signed, l.r.; numbered 
(xxvn/xxxv) on justification page 
PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
reference: Jentsch 253 hi a 
exhibition: Reed under 288 
83.1.1660 b 





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1912 






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1913 

Orphise und Alcest, 1917 
(Orphise and Alcestis) 
Etching and drypoint on japan paper 
4 7 /i6 x 5 n /i6 in. (11.2 x 14.4 cm) 
From deluxe edition of Marsyas, no. 2 
(1917); etched on same plate as 
endpiece (2 x s'/s in. [5. 1 x 13. 1 cm]; 
Jentsch 259); the issue also contains 
impressions of both from the divided 
plate and from the published state 
(pp. 91, 120); total edition of 235 in the 
published state 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.j numbered 
(xxvn/xxxv) on justification page 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
REFERENCE: Jentsch 254 I 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 288 
83.1.1662 a 

1914 

Orphise vor dem Spiegel, 1917 
(Orphise before the mirror) 
Etching and drypoint on japan paper 
2 5 /s x 4 3 /i6 in. (6.7 x 10.6 cm) 
From deluxe edition of Marsyas, no. 1 
(1917); etched on same plate as Damon 
in der Hammer (Damon in the chamber; 
2 7 /s x 4 3 /ie in. [7.3 x 10.6 cm]; Jentsch 
257 1); the issue also contains 
impressions of both from the divided 
plate and from the published state 
(pp. 102, 108); total edition of 235 in the 
published state 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 
(xxvn/xxxv) on justification page 
PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
REFERENCE: Jentsch 256 I 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 288 
83.1. 1662 j 

1915 

Tafelnder mit seeks Dienern, 1917 
(Diner with six servants) 
Etching and drypoint on japan paper 
5'/i6 x 3% in. (12.8 x 9.6 cm) 
First state; from deluxe edition of 
Marsyas, no. 2 (1917); the issue also 
contains impressions of the second state 
and the published state (p. 111); total 
edition of 235 in the published state 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 
(xxvn/xxxv) on justification page 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
REFERENCE: Jentsch 258 I 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 288 
83.1.1662 m 



526 



Meidner 



Ludwig Meidner 

born 1884 
Bernstadt 

died 1966 
Darmstadt 



1916 

Portrat des Dichters Theodor Daubler, 

c. 1910-11 

(Portrait of the poet Theodor Daubler) 

Drypoint on yellow wove paper 

j 13 /i6 x 5^16 in. (19.9 x 15.0 cm) 

Proof apart from edition of 100 

numbered impressions 

inscription: signed by artist, l.r., and 

by sitter, 1.1. 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 24 May 1975, lot 1694 

EXHIBITION: Reed 175; Chipp 89 

M. 82.288.206 

1917 

Wannsee-Bahnhof, 1913 
(Wannsee train station) 
Black ink, heightened with white, on 
wove paper 

i8Vi x 23'/j in. (46.4 x 59.0 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r. 
provenance: Hammelsbeck, Cologne 
(embossed collector s mark "H H" and 
flower); Galerie Thomas Borgmann, 
Cologne; purchased in 1979 
REFERENCE: Grochowiak, p. 247, pi. 
176; Helmut Goettl, ed., Karl Hubbuch 
i8gi-igyg, exh. cat. (Karlsruhe: 
Badischer Kunstverein, 1981), p. 84; 
Hermann Glaser, Die Kultur der 
wilhebninischen Zeit: Topographie einer 
Epoche (Frankfurt: S. Fischer Verlag, 

1984). P- 3°7 
M. 82. 287. 86 

1918 

Untitled (street scene), 1913 

Black ink and white gouache on wove 

paper 

i8 7 /8 x 16 in. (479 x 40.6 cm) 

inscription: signed and dated, I.e. 

M. 86. 360. 4; gift of Rabbi Win. Kramer 

1919 

Bildnis Raoul Hausmann, 1914 
(Portrait of Raoul Hausmann) 
Lithograph on laid paper 
i6 9 /i6 x 11 in. (42.0 x 28.0 cm) 
inscription: signed, l.r. 
PROVENANCE: Museum of Modern Art, 
New York; purchased in 1981 
EXHIBITION: Rigby 71 
M. 82. 287. 52 

1920 

Untitled (portrait of man smoking), 

1914 

Drypoint on laid paper 

6% x 7V16 in. (17.1 x 17.9 cm) 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r. 

M. 86. 360. 6; gift of Rabbi Wm. Kramer 




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1916 



1918 





1920 




1919 



Meidner 



527 




1924 





1921 (recto) 



1921 (verso) 





1921 

Sitzende biblische Figur, 1915 
(Seated biblical figure) 
Reed pen and ink on heavy card 
20 9 /i6 x 17% in. (52.3 x 45. 1 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, I.e.; 
estate stamp, verso; sketch of man with 
beard, verso, obliterated 
provenance: D. Thomas Bergen; 
Christie's, London, 2 December 1980, 
lot 204 

EXHIBITION: Miesel 22 
M. 82. 287. 88 a, b 

1922 

Selbstbildnis, 1916 

(Self-portrait) 

Black ink and pencil on wove paper 

23V4 x i8'/s in. (sg. 1 x 46.0 cm) 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r. 

provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 

Ketterer, Munich, 27 May 1975, lot 

1330 

REFERENCE: Grochowiak, p. 242, pi. 22 

(as in the Wilhelm-Lehmbruck- 

Museum, Duisburg) 

exhibition: Reed 173; Chipp 98 

M. 82.288.347 

1923 

Portrat, 1917 

(Portrait) 

Lithograph on japan paper 

7V2 x 6 H /i6 in. (19.0 x 17.0 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

1, no. 6 (1917); the center also has an 
impression from the regular edition 
inscription: numbered (32/110) on 
justification page 

provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 
Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed 283/50 

83.1.1090 a 

1924 

Gebet, 1918 

(Prayer) 

Lithograph on japan paper 

g l /i6 x jVa in. (23.0 x 18.5 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

2, no. 12 (1918); the center also has an 
impression from the regular edition 
INSCRIPTION: numbered (32/110) on 
justification page 

provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 
Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed 283/51 

83.1.1122 a 



1922 



1923 



528 



Meidner 

1925 

Radierte Portrat-Skizze, c. 1918 

(Etched portrait-sketch) 

Drypoint on wove paper 

5 15 /i6 x 4 13 /i6 in. (15.0 x 12.3 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

2, no. 3 (1918); the center has a second 

impression without burr, also from the 

deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

(cat. no. 1926) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (32/110) on 

justification page 

provenance: Henry Hallenstein, W. F. 

Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Reed 283/15 

83.1.1113 b 

1926 

Radierte Portrat-Skizze, c. 1918 

(Etched portrait-sketch) 

Drypoint on wove paper 

5 15 /i6 x 4 13 /i6 in. (15.0 x 12.3 cm) 

Not illustrated (see cat. no. 1925) 

M. 86. 360. 12; gift of Rabbi Win. Kramer 

1927 

Septetnberschrei 

(September cry) 

Book with 14 lithographs on Van Gelder 

paper 

Illustrations to text by Meidner (Berlin: 

Paul Cassirer, 1920); from deluxe 

edition (size of regular edition 

unknown) 

inscription: each sheet signed, l.r.; 

numbered (73/100) on justification page 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 10-15 May '976, lot 4663 

EXHIBITION: Reed 328; Guenther 232 

83.1.155 a-n 

1. Untitled (cityscape), 1918 
8 3 /i6 x 5% in. (20.8 x 14.9 cm) 
Following page 4 
83.1.155 a 

2. Untitled (man with scythe), 1918 
7 7 /8 x 5% in. (20.0 x 14.6 cm) 
Following page 8 

83.1.155 b 

Untitled (man running from town), 

1918 

8'/i6 x 6 in. (20.5 x 15.2 cm) 

Following page 16 

83.1.155 c 

Untitled (man and death), c. 1918 

8Vs x 5% in. (20.6 x 14.6 cm) 

Following page 24; the center has a 

second impression (gift of Rabbi 

Wm. Kramer, 1986) 

83.1.155 d 

Untitled (man clutching pole), 1918 

7 15 /i6 x 5 7 /s in. (20.2 x 14.9 cm) 

Following page 28; the center has a 

second impression (gift of Rabbi 

Wm. Kramer, 1986) 

83.1. 155 e 

Untitled (man seated on ground), 

1918 

8 x 5 13 /i6 in. (20.3 x 14.8 cm) 

Following page 38 

83.1. 155 f 



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1925 






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1927-6 




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1928 




7. Untitled (man kneeling on ground), 
1918 

7 15 /ie x 5 I5 /i6 in. (20.2 x 15. 1 cm) 
Following page 44 

83ii55g 

8. Untitled (landscape with figures), 

1918 

7 15 /i6 x 6 in. (20.2 x 15.2 cm) 

Following page 46 

83.1. 155 h 

9. Untitled (two figures), 1918 
7 15 /i6 x 5% in. (20.2 x 14.9 cm) 
Following page 50 
83.1.1551 

10. Untitled (man kneeling on ground), 
1918 

7 15 /i6 x 5 7 /8 in. (20.2 x 14.9 cm) 
Following page 56 

831155J 

11. Untitled (bearded man kneeling on 
ground), 1918 

8V16 x 5 I3 /ie in. (20.5 x 14.8 cm) 
Following page 62 
83.1.155 k 

12. Untitled (two figures recoiling), 
1918 

S'/j x 5 7 /s in. (21.0 x 14.9 cm) 
Following page 66 
83.1.155 1 

13. Untitled (man and moon), 1918 
8H6 x 5 13 /i6 in. (20.5 x 14.8 cm) 
Following page 68 

83.1.155 m 

14. Untitled (man kneeling among 
bones), 1918 

7 15 /ie x 5 i3 /i6 in. (20.2 x 14.8 cm) 
Following page 76 
83.1.155 n 

1928 

Alter Mann, 1919 

(Old man) 

Lithograph on japan paper 

12 V2 x 11% in. (31.8 x 29.9 cm) 

One of 25 signed impressions from the 

deluxe edition of Die Schaffenden 

inscription: signed, l.r. 

M. 86. 360. 10; gift of Rabbi Wm. Kramer 

1929 

Selbstportrdt, 1919 

(Self-portrait) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

9'/i6 x 6'/2 in. (23.0 x 16.5 cm) 

From Das junge ■ Deutschland 2, no. 11 

(1919) 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
83.1.1630 a 

1930 

Vision des Apostel Paulus, 1919 
(Vision of the apostle Paul) 
Lithograph on heavy wove paper 
10 x 6 15 /i6 in. (25.4 x 17.6 cm) 
From Joachim Kirchner, Junge Berliner 
Knnst, Wasmuths Kunsthefte, no. 6 
(Berlin: E. Wasmuth, [1919?]), pi. 10 
PROVENANCE: W. F Arntz, Haag 
(Oberbayern); purchased in 1975 
83. 1.120 j 



530 



Meidner 



1931 

Bildnis, 1920 

(Portrait) 

Lithograph on heavy wove paper 

9 13 /i6 x 7 n /i6 in. (25.0 x 19.5 em) 

From Kurt Pfister, ed. , Deutsche 

Graphiker der Gegenwart (Leipzig: 

Klinkhardt & Biermann, 1920), pi. 29; 

edition of 600. The center has two 

impressions 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

exhibition: Reed under 339 

83.1.171 v 

1932 

Der Okkultist, 1920 
(The occultist) 
Etching on wove paper 
7% x 6 7 /s in. (19.7 x 17.5 cm) 
Later printing by Wolfgang Blauert, 
authorized by artist's estate 
inscription: inscribed "Nachlass 
Ludwig Meidner," l.r. ; numbered 
(3/35), 1.1.; estate stamp, verso 
provenance: Saalbau-Galerie, 
Darmstadt; purchased in 1980 
M. 82. 287. 42 

1933 

The Prophet Micha, 1920 

Black crayon on heavy wove paper 

28"/i6 x i8'yi6 in. (72.8 x 48. 1 cm) 

inscription: initialed and dated, l.r.; 

titled, u.l.; estate stamp, verso 

provenance: D. Thomas Bergen; 

Christie's, London, 2 December 1980, 

lot 267 

exhibition: Miesel 32 

M. 82.287.87 

1934 

Bildnis Alfred Wolfenstein, c. 1920-22 
(Portrait of Alfred Wolfenstein) 
Drypoint on Van Gelder paper 
7% x 6 7 /s in. (19.7 x 17.5 cm) 
INSCRIPTION; signed, l.r. 
provenance: Zeitlin & Ver Brugge, Los 
Angeles; purchased in 1968 
EXHIBITION: Reed 174; Chipp 91 
M. 82. 288. 207 

1935 

Bildnis Alfred Wolfenstein, 1921 
(Portrait of Alfred Wolfenstein) 
Black crayon on heavy wove paper 
3i 9 /i6 x 22'/i6 in. (80. 1 x 56. 1 cm) 
inscription: initialed and dated, 1.1. 
provenance: D. Thomas Bergen; 
Christie's, London, 2 December 1980, 
lot 278 

EXHIBITION: Whitford 21; Miesel 35 
M. 82.287.91 



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1936 










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1938 





1940 



1936 

Bildnis Professor Eugen Goldstein, 

1921 

(Portrait of Professor Eugen Goldstein) 

Etching on wove paper 

8Vs x 6'A in. (20.6 x 15.9 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. ; numbered (4), 

1.1.; titled, 1.1. 

provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 

Berlin, 16-17 May 1979, lot 4777 

M. 82. 288. 209 

1937 

Selbstbildnis, 1921 

(Self-portrait) 

Black crayon on wove paper 

31 x 22V2 in. (78. 7 x 57. 1 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: initialed and dated, 1.1. j 

estate stamp, verso 

provenance: D. Thomas Bergen; 

Christie's, London, 2 December 1980, 

lot 272 

EXHIBITION: Miesel 34; Rigby 70 

M. 82. 287. 90 

1938 

Bella Chagall, 1922 
Etching on wove paper 
7 9 /i6 x 5% in. (19.2 x 14.3 cm) 
Later printing by Wolfgang Blauert, 
authorized by artist's estate 
INSCRIPTION: inscribed "Nachlass 
Ludwig Meidner," l.r.; numbered 
(6/30), 1.1.; estate stamp, verso 
provenance: Saalbau-Galerie, 
Darmstadt; purchased in 1980 
M. 82. 287. 44 

1939 

Maler Stein, 1922 
(The painter Stein) 
Etching on wove paper 
ioVs x 8Vs in. (25.7 x 20.7 cm) 
Later printing by Wolfgang Blauert, 
authorized by artist's estate 
inscription: inscribed "Nachlass 
Ludwig Meidner," l.r.; numbered 
(3/30), 1.1.; estate stamp, verso 
PROVENANCE: Saalbau-Galerie, 
Darmstadt; purchased in 1980 
M. 82. 287.47 

1940 

Miinnerkopf—Dr. Praucher-Schmidke, 
1922 

(Head of a man— Dr. Praucher- 
Schmidke) 

Drypoint on wove paper 
5% x 4 9 /i6 in. (14.6 x 11.6 cm) 
Later printing by Wolfgang Blauert, 
authorized by artist's estate 
inscrt TION: inscribed "Nachlass 
Ludwig Meidner," l.r.; numbered 
(3/35), 1.1.; estate stamp, verso 
provenance: Saalbau-Galerie, 
Darmstadt; purchased in 1980 
M. 82.287.46 



1939 



532 



Meidner 



1941 

Mannerportrcit mit aiifgestiitztem 
rechtem Arm, 1922 

(Portrait of a man resting on right arm) 
Black crayon on thin cardboard 
2g 5 /8 x 22'/j in. (75.4 x 56.5 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: initialed and dated, l.r ; 
estate stamp, verso 
provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 
Ketterer, Munich, 12 December 1978, 
part of lot 1392 
M. 82.288.349 

1942 

Selbstbildnis, 1922 
(Self-portrait) 
Etching on wove paper 
io'/s x 8'/8 in. (25.7 x 20.6 cm) 
Later printing by Wolfgang Blauert, 
authorized by artist's estate 
inscription: inscribed "Nachlass 
Ludwig Meidner," l.r; numbered 
(5/45), 1.1.; estate stamp, verso 
provenance: Saalbau-Galerie, 
Darmstadt; purchased in 1980 
M. 82. 287. 43 

1943 

Selbstportrat beim Zeichnen, 1922 
(Self-portrait while drawing) 
Etching on wove paper 
8Vi x 7V2 in. (21.0 x 19.0 cm) 
Later printing by Wolfgang Blauert, 
authorized by artists estate 
inscription: inscribed "Nachlass 
Ludwig Meidner," l.r.; numbered 
(5/45), 1.1.; estate stamp, verso 
provenance: Saalbau-Galerie, 
Darmstadt; purchased in 1980 
M. 82. 287.45 

1944 

Die Feuerprobe 

(Ordeal by fire) 

Book with 5 etchings on laid paper 
Illustrations to novel by Ernst Weiss 
(Berlin: Verlag die Schmiede, 1923); 
unnumbered, from edition of 675 
provenance: Dr. Helmut Tenner, 
Heidelberg, 16-17 April 1975, lot 1333 
exhirition: Reed 176 
83.1. 156 a-e 

1. Untitled (reclining man), 1923 
7 x 4 15 /i6 in. (17.7 x 12.5 cm) 
Following page 8 

83.1.156 a 

2. Untitled (self-portrait), 1923 
6 7 /s x 5 in. (17.5 x 12.7 cm) 
Following page 32 
exhibition; Chipp 156 
83.1.156 b 

3. Untitled (man gesturing), 1923 
6 7 /8 x 4 15 /i6 in. (17.5 x 12.6 cm) 
Following page 56 

83.1.156 c 

4. Untitled (woman with hat), 1923 
7 x 5 in. (17.7 x 12.7 cm) 
Following page 72 

83.1. 156 d 




1941 




1944-2 




1944-4 




1944-1 




1944-3 




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ml 



1944-5 




1943 




1946 




w& 



1948 




1942 




1945 





Meidner 



5. Untitled (man with hat), 1923 
6 7 /s x 4 15 /i6 in. (17.5 x 12.5 cm) 
Following page 96 
83.1.156 a 

1945 

Selbstbildnis, 1923 

(Self-portrait) 

Black crayon on heavy wove paper 

23 7 /s x i6 5 /i6 in. (60.7 x 41.5 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: initialed and dated, l.r.; 

estate stamp, verso 

PROVENANCE: Kunsthaus Lempertz, 

Cologne. 2 December 1978, lot 514 

M.82.288.348 

1946 

Bildnis Paul Westheim, 1924 
(Portrait of Paul Westheim) 
Brown crayon on heavy wove paper 
28 x 22 7 /i6 in. (71.2 x 57.0 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: initialed and dated, l.r. 
provenance: D. Thomas Bergen; 
Christie's, London, 2 December 1980, 
lot 277 

EXHIBITION: Whitford 22; Miesel 36; 
Chipp 92 
M. 82.287.89 

1947 

Landschaft, 1925 

(Landscape) 

Drypoint on wove paper 

5% x yVk in. (13.7 x 18.4 cm) 

Later printing by Wolfgang Blauert, 

authorized by artist's estate 

INSCRIPTION: inscribed "Nachlass 

Ludwig Meidner," l.r.; numbered 

(3/35), 1.1.; estate stamp, verso 

provenance: Saalbau-Galerie, 

Darmstadt; purchased in 1980 

M. 82.287.48 

1948 

Shizzenblatt—Baum, Selbstportrat, 

Else, 1925 

(Sheet of sketches— tree, self-portrait. 

Else) 

Drypoint on wove paper 

7V4 x 5 7 /8 in. (18.5 x 14.9 cm) 

Later printing by Wolfgang Blauert, 

authorized by artist's estate 

inscription: inscribed "Nachlass 

Ludwig Meidner," l.r.; numbered 

(10/40), 1.1.; estate stamp, verso 

provenance: Saalbau-Galerie, 

Darmstadt; purchased in 1980 

M. 82. 287.49 

1949 

Untitled (portrait of a woman), 1929 
Lithograph on brown wove paper 
14% x io 5 /8 in. (36.6 x 27.0 cm) 
M.86.360. 14; giftofBabbi Wm. Kramer 



533 



1949 



534 



Meidner 



1950 

Selbstportrat, 1930 
(Self-portrait) 
Drypoint on wove paper 
8Vs x 6'/4 in. (20.7 x 15.9 cm) 
Later printing by Wolfgang Blauert, 
authorized by artist's estate 
inscription: inscribed "Nachlass 
Ludwig Meidner," l.r.; numbered 
(3/20), 1.1.; estate stamp, verso 
provenance: Saalbau-Galerie, 
Darmstadt; purchased in 1980 
M. 82. 287. 50 

1951 

Untitled (refugees), c. 1942-43 
Charcoal on wove paper 
21% x 18 in. (55. 2 x 45.7 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: monogrammed, 1.1. 
M. 86. 360. 5; gift of Rabbi Wm. Kramer 

1952 

Selbstportrat, c. 1964 
(Self-portrait) 
Drypoint on wove paper 
7% x 4 15 /j6 in. (19.4 x 12.6 cm) 
Later printing by Wolfgang Blauert, 
authorized by artist's estate 
inscription: inscribed "Nachlass 
Ludwig Meidner," l.r.; numbered 
(1/15), 1.1.; estate stamp, verso 
provenance: Saalbau-Galerie, 
Darmstadt; purchased in 1980 
M. 82. 287.51 

1953 

Selbstbildnis, 1965 

(Self-portrait) 

Lithograph on handmade paper 

i6'/c x i5 7 /8 in. (41.3 x 40.3 cm) 

From portfolio Europaische Graphik IV: 

Selbstbildnisse (Munich: Galerie 

Wolfgang Ketterer, 1965), pi. 9; total 

edition of 100 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated (1966), 

l.r; numbered (17/65), 1.1.; publisher's 

blind stamp, 1.1. 

M. 86. 360. 16; gift of Rabbi Wm. Kramer 

1954 

Untitled (last self-portrait 1), 1965 
Lithograph on BFK Rives paper 
i2'/s x 10% in. (30.7 x 27.3 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, I.e.; inscribed 
"h.c. [hors de commerce]," 1.1. 
M. 86. 360. 13; gift of Rabbi Wm. Kramer 

1955 

Untitled (self-portrait), 1966 
Lithograph on BFK Rives paper 
i2 5 /8 x I3 13 /i6 in. (32.1 x 35.0 cm) 
inscription: signed and dated, I.e.; 
numbered (20/60), 1.1. 
M. 86.360. 15; gift of Rabbi Wm. Kramer 

1956 

Weibliches Portrat, n.d. 
(Portrait of a woman) 
Etching on heavy laid paper 
6 5 /s x 5V16 in. (16.8 x 12.8 cm) 
inscription: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Graphik Salon Gerhart 
Sohn, Diisseldorf; purchased in 1978 
M. 82.288. 208 







1953 



1952 





1954 




1956 



Meier 



535 




1957 







1959 




1961 



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Uno|i'no\)n>oo4nur\*hr\ino^r^«vanfen 
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1958 




1960 




1962 



1957 

Untitled (portrait of Frau Jaeckel), rid. 

Drypoint on laid paper 

q 7 A& x 7 in. (24.0 x 17.8 cm) 

inscription: signed, l.r. 

M. 86. 360. 7; gift of Rabbi Wm. Kramer 

1958 

Untitled (portrait of Walter Kaempfer), 

1922 

Etching on laid paper 

8 7 /s x 7% in. (22.5 x 19.7 cm) 

inscription: signed, l.r. 

M. 86.360. 9; gift of Rabbi Wm. Kramer 

1959 

Untitled (portrait of an old woman), n.d. 
Drypoint on copperplate paper 
5 13 /i6 x 4% in. (14.8 x 11.7 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r; inscribed by 
another hand, "Mother of the Artist," 1.1. 
M. 86. 360. 17; gift of Rabbi Wm. Kramer 

1960 

Untitled (portrait of a woman with hat), 

n.d. 

Etching on laid paper 

io 7 /8 x 8'/s in. (27.6 x 20.6 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(38/50), 1.1. 

M. 86. 360. 8; gift of Rabbi Wm. Kramer 

1961 

Untitled (profile portrait of a woman), 

n.d. 

Drypoint on laid paper 

6'/i6 x 5 7 /i6 in. (15.4 x 13.8 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 

M. 86. 360. 18; gift of Rabbi Wm. Kramer 



1962 

Begnadung,c. 1921 

(Blessing) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

n 9 /i6 x 9 7 /i6 in. (29.3 x 24.0 cm) 

Poem by Wilhelm Niemeyer from 

Kiindung 1, no. 11/12 (1921) 

PROVENANCE: Galerie Wolfgang 

Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 

part of lot 1154 

exhibition: Reed under 282 

83.1.1061 d 

1963 

Gemeinschaft, c. 1921 

(Community) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

n 7 /i6 x 8 n /i6 in. (29.0 x 22.0 cm) 

Poem by Wilhelm Niemeyer from 

Kiindung 1, no. 9/10 (1921) 

provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 

Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 

part of lot 1154 

exhibition: Reed under 282 

83.1.1060 b 



Hugo Meier 



1963 



536 



Meier 



Moriz Melzer 



born 1877 
Albendorf, Bohemia 



died 1966 Berlin 



1964 

Namenverzeichnis, c. 1921 
(Index of names) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
i2 5 /8 x 4 3 /i6 in. (32.0 x 10.6 cm) 
From Kiindung 1, no. 9/10 (1921) 
provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 
Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 
part of lot 1154 
exhibition: Reed under 282 

83.1.1060 c 

1965 

Verziickung, e. 1921 

(Ecstasy) 

Woodcut on wove paper 
n 5 /s x 9% in. (29.5 x 23.8 cm) 
Poem by Wilhelm Niemeyer from 
Kiindung 1, no. 11/12 (1921) 
provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 
Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 
part of lot 1154 
exhibition: Reed under 282 

83.1.1061 c 



Hanns Meinke 


1966 




Leonardo, c. 1914 


born 1884 


Woodcut on laid paper 


Strassburg 


7 x 6V2 in. (17.8 x 16.5 cm) 




From Das neue Pathos 2, no. 1/3 (1914): 




115; from edition B of 250 




PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 




acquired by exchange in 1984 




83.1.824 p 



1967 

Grablegung, c. 1912 

(Burial) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

n'/s x 15% in. (28.2 x 40.0 cm) 

From Der Sturm 2, no. 97 (1912): 775 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1390.20 

1968 

Untitled (two nudes), c. 1912 

Woodcut on wove paper 

io 3 /i6 x 14T/8 in. (25.8 x 37.8 cm) 

From Der Sturm 2, no. 102 (1912): 815 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1390.25 

1969 

Untitled (horse), c. 1912 

Woodcut on wove paper 

10V4 x i4 7 /s in. (26.0 x 37.8 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 115/116(1912): 84 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1391.10 

1970 

Untitled (couple in landscape), c. 1912 

Woodcut on wove paper 

io 5 /i6 x 14T/8 in. (26.2 x 37.8 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 117/118 (1912): 93 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1391.12 




1965 





1967 






1971 





1973 



1972 





1974 



1975 




1976 



Melzer 

1971 

Untitled (cover), c. 1919 

Woodcut on cover stock 

8% x 5'/s in. (21.0 x 13.0 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 6 (1919) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (63/200) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1320 a 

1972 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7V2 x 5% in. (19. 1 x 14.3 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 6 (1919): 

pi. 1 

inscription: numbered (63/200) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83. 1. 1320 b 

1973 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 7 /i6 x 7V2 in. (13.8 x 19.0 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 6 (1919): 

pi. 2 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (63/200) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83. 1 . 1320 c 

1974 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4% x 6 in. (12.0 x 15.3 cm) 

From Der schwarze Titrm, no. 6 (1919): 

pl- 3 

inscription: numbered (63/200) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1320 d 

1975 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 15 /i6 x 7'/i6 in. (15.0 x 18.0 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 6 (1919): 

pl. 4 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (63/200) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83. 1. 1320 e 

1976 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 n /i6 x 7 n /i6 in. (145 x 19.5 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 6 (1919): 

Pl. 5 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (63/200) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1320 f 



537 



538 



Carl Mense 

born 1886 Rheine 

died 1965 
Konigswinter 



Melzer 

1977 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 I5 /i6 x 6 9 /ie in. (12.5 x 16.7 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 6 (1919): 

pi. 6 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (63/200) on 

justification page 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1. 1320 g 

1978 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 5 /8 x yVt in. (14.3 x 18.5 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 6 (1919): 

pi. 7 

inscription: numbered (63/200) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1320 h 

1979 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1919 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 13 /i6 x 5 5 /8 in. (19.8 x 14.3 cm) 

From Der schwarze Turm, no. 6 (1919): 

pi. 8 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (63/200) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1978 

83.1.1320 i 



1980 

Untitled (animals), c. 1914 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
7V2 x g 5 /i6 in. (19. 1 x 23.6 cm) 
From Der Sturm 5, no. 5 (1914): 33 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83.1.1391.86 

1981 

Untitled (figures), c. 1914 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8'/i6 x io 5 /i6 in. (20.5 x 26.2 cm) 

From Der Sturm 5, no. 8 (1914): 57 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1391.89 

1982 

Untitled (two figures), c. 1914 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

8 5 /ie x 7% in. (21. 1 x 18.8 cm) 

From Der Sturm 5, no. 12 (1914): 81 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1392.1 

1983 

Untitled (descent from the cross), 

c. 1914 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

12 x g 7 /i6 in. (30.4 x 24.0 cm) 

From Der Sturm 5, no. 19/20 (1915): 

129 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1392.9 




1981 





1987 





1986 



1985 



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1989 



Meseck 

1984 

Untitled (figures in boat), c. 1915 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

12% x 9% in. (31.4 x 24.4 cm) 

From Der Sturm 5, no. 21/22 (1915): 

141 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1392.11 

1985 

Untitled (standing nudes), c. 1915 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
9% x 7 13 /i6 in. (24.8 x 19.9 cm) 
From Der Sturm 5, no. 21/22 (1915): 

143 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83- 1- 1392- 12 

1986 

Arkadische Landschaft, 1923 

(Arcadian landscape) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

5'/2 x 7 7 /8 in. (14.0 x 20.0 cm) 

From Georg Biermann, ed. , Jahrbuch 

derjungen Kunst (Leipzig: Klinkhardt 

& Biermann, 1923), following p. 202 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

EXHIBITION: Beed 320/1923.3 

83.1.801 c 



539 



1988 



1987 

Untitled (nude couple and snake), 1913 

Etching on laid paper 

Diameter: 2 3 /i6 in. (5.6 cm) 

From Das neue Pathos 1, no. 2 (1913): 

32 (justification page); the image also 

appears in no. 3/4 (p. 68) and no. 5/6 

(p. 64) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (50/100) 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1983 

L. 84. 5. 399 c; lent by the Bobert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1988 

Untitled (figures in interior), c. 1914 

Woodcut on laid paper 

8% x 6% in. (22.3 x 17.2 cm) 

From Das neue Pathos 2, no. 1/3 (1914): 

5; from edition B of 250 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

acquired by exchange in 1984 

83.1.824 a 

1989 

Untitled (three figures), c. 1914 
Lithograph on laid paper 
8% x 7V2 in, (22.5 x 19.0 cm) 
From Das neue Pathos 2, no. 1/3 (1914): 
79; from edition B of 250 
PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 
acquired by exchange in 1984 
83.1.824] 



Felix Meseck 

born 1883 Danzig 

died 1955 
Holzminden 



540 



Meseck 



1990 

Lear, c. 1917 

Etching on japan paper 

i2'/8 x 7% in. (30.8 x 18.8 cm) 

From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellsehaft, 1918); 

from edition A (total edition of 200) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(xiv/l) on justification page; publisher's 

blind stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

exhibition: Reed 336/25 

M. 82.288.384.25 

1991 

Untitled (two men and nude woman), 

c 19 !9 

Drypoint on J. W. Zanders paper 

o?A x i 15 /i6 in. (6.9 x 4.9 cm) 

From Das Jahrbuch der Zeitschrift 

"Das neue Pathos," vol. 3 (Berlin: Verlag 

E. W. Tieffenbach, 1919), p. 17; edition 

of 150 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1983 

L. 84. 5. 340 a; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 

1992 

Funfzehn Kaltnadelarbeiten zu H. von 
Kleists Penthesilea 

(Fifteen drypoints to H. von Kleists 

Penthesilea) 

Portfolio of 16 drypoints on laid paper 

Published by Ferdinand Moller Verlag, 

Berlin and Potsdam; from edition 3 

(total edition of 55) 

INSCRIPTION: each sheet signed, l.r.; 

numbered (14/35), '•'•; signed on 

justification page 

provenance: Helmut Tenner, 

Heidelberg, 16-17 April 1975, part of 

lot 1338 

EXHIBITION: Reed 352 

83.i.23a-p 

1. Untitled (title page), c. 1920 
9 3 /i6 x 6Vs in. (23.3 x 15.6 cm) 
83. 1.23 p 

2. Penthesilea, c. 1920 

9 3 /i6 x 6!/i6 in. (23.3 x 15.4 cm) 
83.1.23 a 

3. Begegnung, c. 1920 
(Encounter) 

9 x 6"/i6 in. (22.8 x 17.0 cm) 
83.1.23 b 

4. Landschaft, c. 1920 
(Landscape) 

g'/s x 6V2 in. (23.2 x 16.5 cm) 
83.1.23 c 

5. Aufbruch, c. 1920 
(Departure) 

9 x 6% in. (22.8 x 16.8 cm) 
83.1.23 d 



FELIX MESECK 

)5 Kalinadelarbeilen 

Hv Kleisis Penthesilea 






Ferdinand Moller Verlag 





1990 



1992-4 





1992-5 



. 





1991 



Li " '" 




1992-7 



1992-8 



Meseck 



541 




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• 5 ft-.- 1 n ■'■ 



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1992-11 




1992-14 




1992-10 




1992-12 




1992-15 





1992-13 




1992-16 



6. Reifendf (stiirmende) Amazonen, 
c. 1920 

(Riding [attacking] Amazons) 
7 5 /i6 x 5 13 /i6 in. (18.6 x 14.7 cm) 
83.1.236 

7. Odysseus und Achill, c. 1920 
(Odysseus and Achilles) 

g 7 /s x 6 5 /8 in. (25.1 x 16.8 cm) 
83. 1.23 f 

8. Kampf, c. 1920 
(Battle) 

9 x 6% in. (22.8 x 16.9 cm) 
83.1.23 g 

9. Rosenfest, c. 1920 
(Feast of the roses) 

8 3 /i6 x 6 in. (20.8 x 15.2 cm) 
83.1.23 h 

10. Handgemenge, c. 1920 
(Hand-to-hand combat) 

9 3 /i6 x 6 n /i6 in. (23.4 x 17.0 cm) 
83.1.231 

11. Penthesilea und Achill, c. 1920 
(Penthesilea and Achilles) 

9 x 6 n /i6 in. (22.8 x 17.0 cm) 

83- 1-23 J 

12. Kampf mit heraussprengendem 

Pferd, c. 1920 
(Battle with leaping horse) 
9V4 x 6V2 in. (23.5 x 16.5 cm) 
83.1.23 k 

13. Liebesgarten, c. 1920 
(Garden of love) 

9 x 6 5 /s in. (22.8 x 16.9 cm) 
83. 1.23 1 

14. Achills Tod, c. 1920 
(Death of Achilles) 

g!/i6 x 6 5 /s in. (23.0 x 16.8 cm) 
83.1.23 m 

15. An der Leiche Achills 1, c. 1920 
(At the corpse of Achilles 1) 
9 3 /i6 x 6% in. (23.3 x 17.2 cm) 
83. 1.23 n 

16. An der Leiche Achills 2, c. 1920 
(At the corpse of Achilles 2) 
g'/s x 6 n /i6 in. (23. 1 x 17.0 cm) 
83.1.230 

1993 

Mann und Frau, c. 1921 

(Man and woman) 

Drypoint on thin laid paper 

6 5 /a x 4% in. (16.8 x 12.0 cm) 

From Fritz Gurlitt, ed. , Das graphische 

Jahr (Berlin: Fritz Gurlitt Verlag, 1921), 

facing p. 92 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(xin/c) on justification page 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed 315/3 (1921) 

83.1.85 d 



1993 



542 



Meseck 



1994 

Landschaft mit Ziegen, 1922 

(Landscape with goats) 

Drypoint on wove paper 

7 n /i6 x 5V2 in. (19.5 x 14.0 cm) 

From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe 11 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellsehaft, 1922); 

the center also has an impression from 

Julius Meier-Graefe, ed., Ganymed, 

vol. 4 (Munich: R. Piper & Co., 1922), 

following p. 248 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(cxl/ccc) on cover 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich: 

purchased in 1972 

exhibition: Reed 317/27 

M. 82. 288. 378 a 

1995 

Das Marchen von Gockel und Hinkel 

(The tale of Gockel and Hinkel) 
Book with 13 etchings on laid paper 
Illustrations to book by Clemens 
Brentano (Munich: Drei Masten Verlag, 
1922); total edition of 340 
INSCRIPTION: signed and numbered 
(222/250) on justification page 
provenance: Helmut Tenner, 
Heidelberg, 16-17 April 1975, part of 
lot 1338 

EXHIBITION: Reed 346 
83.1.157 a-m 

1. Untitled (title page), c. 1922 
2V4 x 3 3 /i6 in. (5.8 x 8. 1 cm) 
83.1.157 a 

2. Untitled (family with animals), 
c. 1922 

6 5 /s x 4^6 in. (16.9 x 11.6 cm) 
Page 13 
83.1.157 b 

3. Untitled (ruin in landscape), c. 1922 
3 7 /s x 4 5 /8 in. (9.9 x 11.8 cm) 

Page 17 
83.1.157 c 

4. Untitled (man sleeping), c. 1922 
2 9 /i6 x 4% in. (6.5 x 11.8 cm) 
Page 22 

83.1. 157 d 

5. Untitled (man copulating with 
goat), c. 1922 

6 9 /i6 x 4 9 /i6 in. (16.7 x 11.6 cm) 
Page 29 
83.1.157 c 




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6. Untitled (family living in ruins), 

c. 1922 

6 5 /s x 4 9 /i6 in. (16.9 x 11.6 cm) 

Page 43 

83.1. 157 f 

7. Untitled (people feasting), c. 1922 
6% x 4 9 /i6 in. (16.9 x 11.6 cm) 
Page 63 

83-i-i57g 

8. Untitled (people dancing), c. 1922 
3 7 /s x 4 5 /s in. (9.8 x 11.8 cm) 

Page 72 

83- 1-157" 

9. Untitled (three figures in 
landscape), c. 1922 

3'/s x 4 5 /8 in. (7.9 x 11.8 cm) 

Page 80 

83.1.1571 

10. Untitled (two mice), c. 1922 
3% x 4 5 /s in. (9.8 x 11.8 cm) 
Page 93 

831-157J 

11. Untitled (two men and donkey), 
c. 1922 

6 5 /8 x 4 9 /i6 in. (16.9 x 11.6 cm) 
Page 99 
83.1.157 k 

12. Untitled (two couples on terrace), 
c. 1922 

3V4 x 4% in. (8.3 x 11.8 cm) 
Page 104 
83.1.157 1 

13. Untitled (children around a 
chicken), c. ig22 

3 5 /i6 x 4 l A in. (8.4 x 10.8 cm) 
Page 106 
83.1.157 m 



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1995-13 



544 



Meseck 



1996 

Tiere 

(Animals) 

Portfolio of 1 1 etchings on handmade 

paper 

Published by Fritz Gurlitt Verlag, 

Berlin; total edition of 150 

inscription: each sheet signed, l.r.; 

numbered (7/40), 1.1. 

PROVENANCE: Helmut Tenner, 

Heidelberg, 16-17 April I975i part of 

lot 1338 

83. 1.26 a-k 

1. Untitled (title page), c. 1922 
5 13 /i6 x 3 15 /i6 in. (14.8 x 10.0 cm) 
83.1.26 k 

2. Untitled (lion and lioness), c. 1922 
5% x 7 u /i6 in. (14.9 x 19.5 cm) 
83.1.26 a 

3. Untitled (man reclining under a 
tree), c. 1922 

7 u /i6 x 5 5 /8 in. (19.5 x 14.3 cm) 
83.1.26 b 

4. Untitled (four apes), c. 1922 
7 u /i6 x 5 7 /8 in. (19.5 x 14.9 cm) 
83.1.26 c 

5. Untitled (six monkeys), c. 1922 
7 n /i6 x 5 15 /i6 in. (19.5 x 15.0 cm) 
83. 1.26 d 

6. Untitled (mother and baby ape), 
c. 1922 

7 9 /i6 x 5 5 /i6 in. (19.2 x 13.5 cm) 
83.1.26 e 

7. Untitled (lion and three lionesses), 
c. 1922 

5 s /i6 x 7 n /i6 in. (13.5 x 19.5 cm) 
83. 1.26 f 

8. Untitled (two deer eating), c. 1922 
7 5 /8 x 5 13 /i6 in. (19.4 x 14.7 cm) 

83. 1.26 g 

9. Untitled (crocodiles), c. 1922 
5 13 /i6 x 7% in. (14.8 x 19.3 cm) 
83. 1 . 26 h 

10. Untitled (two felines), c. 1922 
5 7 /a x 7% in. (14.9 x 19.3 cm) 
83.1.26 i 

11. Untitled (four horses and a dog), 
c. 1922 

5 7 /8 x 7V6 in. (14.8 x 19. 1 cm) 
83.1.26 j 

1997 

Jagd, c. 1924 

(Hunt) 

Drypoint on wove paper 

3'/8 x io 9 /i6 in. (7.9 x 26.8 cm) 

From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe m 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1924); 

edition of 100 

inscription: signed, l.r. 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

13-15 November 1979, part of lot 2779 

EXHIBITION: Reed 317/45 

M. 82. 288. 379 g 




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2000 



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1999 



1998 

Baumgruppe am Wasser, e. 1896 
(Group of trees by the water) 
Etching on wove paper 
8 7 /s x 6V4 in. (22.5 x 15.8 cm) 
From Pan 1, no. 4 (1896): following 228 
provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 
REFERENCE: Dennerlein 639 
83- 1- 1351 g 

1999 

Landschaft, c. 1898 

(Landscape) 

Etching on laid paper 

io 3 /i6 x I2 15 /i6 in. (25.9 x 32.8 cm) 

From seventh portfolio of Verein fur 

Original-Radierung (Munich: Verein fur 

Original-Radierung, 1898) 

provenance: L'Art Ancien, Zurich: 

purchased in 1974 

83.1.159 a 

2000 

Landschaft, c. 1898 

(Landscape) 

Etching on laid paper 

8 5 /i6 x 6V2 in. (21. 1 x 16.5 cm) 

From seventh portfolio of Verein fur 

Original-Radierung (Munich: Verein fur 

Original-Radierung, 1898) 

PROVENANCE: L'Art Ancien, Zurich; 

purchased in 1974 

83-1- 159 g 

2001 

Hauser in Meersburg, c. 1899 
(Houses in Meersburg) 
Etching on wove paper 
7V4 x 9% in. (18.4 x 25. 1 cm) 
From Pan 5, no. 1 (i8gg): following 8 
provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 
reference: Dennerlein 2319 
83.1.1358 a 

2002 

Strohhiitte in Oberbayern, c. 1899 

(Thatched cottage in upper Bavaria) 

Etching on wove paper 

6Vt x 4 15 /i6 in. (15.9 x 12.5 cm) 

From Pan 4, no. 4 (1899): following 214 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

REFERENCE: Dennerlein 2230 

83. 1. 1357 e 



Carl Theodor Meyer 

born 1860 Basel, 
Switzerland 

died 1932Hauptwil, 
Switzerland 






2003 

Walpurgisnacht, c. 1924 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 3 /i6 x 4% in. (18.3 x 12.0 cm) 

From Karl Dietz, ed., Schwarzer Greif: 

Ein Almanack auf dasjahr 1925 

(Rudolfstadt: Greifenverlag, 1925), p. 77 

PROVENANCE: unknown 

83- 1-549 k 



Karl Michel 

born 1885 Leipzig 



2002 



1998 



2003 



546 



Minkenberg 



Hein Minkenberg 2004 

Heilige Familie, c. 1934 
born 1889 (Holy family) 

Heinsberg Woodcut on japan paper 

5 7 /i6 x 8V4 in. (13.8 x 20.9 cm) 
From portfolio Holzschnitte 
niederrheinischer Kiinstler (Krefeld: 
Felt Verlag, 1934); possibly from edition 
of 35 (see remarks under cat. no. 277) 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
83.i.i6h 



George Minne 

born 1866 Ghent. 
Belgium 

died 1941 Laethem- 

Saint-Martin, 

Belgium 



2005 

Serres chaudes 

(Hothouses) 

Book with 6 wood engravings on Van 

Gelder paper 

Illustrations to poems by Maurice 

Maeterlinck (Paris: Leon Vanier, 1889); 

edition of 155 

PROVENANCE: Warrack & Perkins, 

Enstone, Oxfordshire; purchased in 

1977 

83.1. 158 a-f 

1. Cloches de verre, c. 1889 
(Glass bells) 

i l5 /i6 x 2% in. (4.9 x 7.0 cm) 
Page 22 
83.1.158 a 

2. Offrande obscure, c. 1889 
(Dark offering) 

i 15 /i6 x 2 n /i6 in. (4.9 x 6.9 cm) 
Page 26 
83.1.158 b 

3. Hopital, c. 1889 
(Hospital) 

2 x 2 13 /i6 in. (5. 1 x 7.2 cm) 
Page 48 
83.1.158 c 

4. Desirs d'hiver, c. 1889 
(Desires of winter) 

i n /i6 x 2% in. (4.3 x 7.0 cm) 
Page 56 
83.1.158 d 

5. Ame de nuit, c. 1889 
(Night soul) 

2 5 /i6 x 2 n /i6 in. (5.9 x 6.8 cm) 
Page 94 
83.1. 158 e 

6. Untitled (endpiece), c. 1889 
i 11 /i6 x 1% in. (4.3 x 3.6 cm) 

The image also appears on the cover 
83.1. 158 f 

2006 

Der Taufer, c. 1916 

(The baptist) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

3 13 /i6 x 3V8 in. (9.7 x 7.9 cm) 

From DieAktion 6, no. 5/6 (1916): 66; 

not identified as an original woodcut 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 30 November 1979, part of 

lot 1173 

83.1.1507 b 




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2005-3 




2004 




2005-2 




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2005-6 



Mitschke-Collande 



547 




2007 





2008-1 





2007 

Trauer, c. 1916 

(Grief) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 5 /8 x 3V16 in. (11.8 x 7.8 cm) 

From Die Aktion 6, no. 5/6 (1916): 

cover; not identified as an original 

woodcut 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte. 

Hamburg, 30 November 1979, part of 

lot 1173 

83.1.1507 a 



2008 

Der begeisterte Weg 

(The inspired way) 

Portfolio of 6 woodcuts on laid paper 

provenance: Galleria del Levante, 

Munich; purchased in 1978 

EXHIBITION: Barton 82 a-f; Rigby 

72-77 

While not published as a group, the 

prints were reproduced photo- 

mechanically as a group in Walther 

Georg Hartmann, Der begeisterte Weg 

(Dresden, 1919) 

M. 82.288.211 a-f 

1. Der begeisterte Weg, 1919 
(The inspired way) 

13% x 11% in. (34.0 x 29.8 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r.; 

titled, u.l.; inscribed "Handdruck," 

1.1. 

EXHIBITION: Barton 82 a; Rigby 72 

M. 82.288.211 a 

2. Da habt ihr mich, 1919 
(Here you have me) 

n n /i6 x i3 7 /i6 in. (29.7 x 34.2 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r.; 
inscribed "Handdruck," 1.1., "Blatt 
2," u.l., "Der begeisterte Weg," u.r. 
EXHIBITION: Barton 82 b; Rigby 73 
M. 82.288.211b 

3. Freiheit, 1919 
(Freedom) 

13% x i5 9 /i6 in. (35.0 x 39.5 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; inscribed 

"Handdruck," 1.1., "Blatt 3" and 

"in," u.l 

EXHIBITION: Barton 82 c; Chipp 93; 

Rigby 74 

M. 82. 288.211c 

4. Du hast deinen Bruder getotet, 

1919 

(You have killed your brother) 

i3 7 /i6 x ii n /i6 in. (34.2 x 29.7 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r.; 

inscribed "Handdruck," 1.1., "Blatt 

4," u.l. 

exhibition: Barton 82 d; Rigby 75 

M. 82.288.211 d 



Constantin von 
Mitschke-Collande 



born 1884 Milicz 



died 1956 
Nuremberg 



2008-3 



548 



Mitschke-Collande 



2008 (continued) 

5. Steh auf und verkiinde die Liebe, 
Erwachter, 1919 

(Get up and proclaim love, 
awakened one) 

i3 9 /i6 x 1 i 5 /s in. (34. 5 x 29. 5 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r.; 
inscribed "Handdruck," 1.1., "Blatt 
5," u.l., "Der begeisterte Weg," u.r. 
EXHIBITION: Barton 82 e; Rigby 76 
M.82. 288.21 le 

6. Die Zeit ist reif, 1919 
(The time is ripe) 

13% x n 13 /i6 in. (35.0 x 30.0 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r.; 
inscribed "Handdruck," 1.1., "Blatt 
6," u.l., "Der begeisterte Weg," u.r. 
EXHIBITION: Barton 82 f; Rigby 77 
M.82.288.211 f 

2009 

Die Erwartung, 1919 

(Expectation) 

Woodcut on laid paper 

8V4 x 6 9 /i6 in. (20.9 x 16.6 cm) 

The center also has an impression from 

Sezession Gruppe 1919, exh. cat. 

(Dresden: Verlag Emil Richter, 1919) 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r.; 

inscribed "Handdruck 1," 1.1.; titled, 1.1. 

provenance: Galleria del Levante, 

Munich; purchased in 1978 

M.82. 288. 2 10 

2010 

Die Tiere der Insel 

(The animals of the island) 

Book with 11 color woodcuts on wove 

paper 

Illustrations to book by Walther Georg 

Hartmann (Dresden: Sibyllen-Verlag, 

1923); from deluxe edition 

inscription: numbered (1/200) and 

signed by author and artist on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

17 May 1979, lot 1771 

83.1.746 a-k 

1. Untitled (men on ship), c. 1923 
Printed in black and orange 
4%x 3>/s in. (11.1 x 8.0 cm) 
Page 15 

83.1.746 a 

2. Untitled (fish), c. 1923 
Printed in black and yellow 
4 5 /i6 x 3V8 in. (11.0 x 8.0 cm) 
Page 21 

83.1.746 b 

3. Untitled (sheep), c. 1923 
Printed in black and purple 
4 5 /j6 x 3'/s in. (11.0 x 8.0 cm) 
Page 25 

83.1.746 c 

4. Untitled (man standing), c. 1923 
Printed in black and yellow 

4% x 3'/s in. (1 1. 1 x 8.0 cm) 
Page 31 
83.1.746 d 





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2009 






2010-2 



2010-4 





2010-5 



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549 





2010-8 



2010-9 





2010-10 






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5. Untitled (seagulls), c. 1923 
Printed in black and blue 
4 5 /i6 x 3'/8 in. (11.0 x 8.0 cm) 
Page 39 

83. 1.746 e 

6. Untitled (deer), c. 1923 
Printed in black and yellow 
4% x 3'/8 in. (11.1 x 7.9 cm) 
Page 43 

83. 1.746 f 

7. Untitled (nude man with animals), 
c. 1923 

Printed in black and green 
4 3 /sx 3'/s in. (11.1 x 8.0 cm) 
Page 51 
83. 1.746 g 

8. Untitled (sailing ship), c. 1923 
Printed in black and yellow 
4 3 /8 x 3 J /8 in. (11. 1 x 7.9 cm) 
Page 61 

83.1.746 b 

9. Untitled (dolphin), c. 1923 
Printed in black and green 
4% x 3 3 /i6 in. (11. 1 x 8. 1 cm) 
Page 67 

83.1.7461 

10. Untitled (man watching birds), 
c. 1923 

Printed in black and yellow 
4 5 /i6 x 3'/8 in. (11.0 x 8.0 cm) 
Page 71 
83. 1.746 j 

11. Untitled (sailboats and cliffs), 
c. 1923 

Printed in black and green 
4 5 /i6 x 3% in. (11.0 x 8.0 cm) 
Page 75 
83.1.746 k 



2012 



2013 



2011 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1921 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

6Vi x 9% in. (15.8 x 24.7 cm) 

From Der Sturm 12, no. 8 (1921): 149 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1395.2 

2012 

Untitled (building), c. 1921 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
■/Vt x 5V2 in. (18.4 x 14.0 cm) 
From Der Sturm 13, no. 1 (1922): 7; the 
image also appears on the cover 
provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83- 1- 1395-7 

2013 

Untitled (machine), c. 1922 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
6 13 /i6 x 6V2 in. (17.3 x 16.5 cm) 
From Der Sturm 13, no. 9 (1922): 129; 
the image also appears on the cover 
provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83- 1- 1395- 10 



Las/lo Moholy-Nagy 

born 1895 
Bacsbokod, Hungary 

died 1946 Chicago. 
Illinois 



550 



Moholy-Nagy 



2014 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1922 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

7 7 /8 x 5 u /i6 in. (20.0 x 14.5 cm) 

From Der Sturm 14, no. 1 (1923): 5; the 

image also appears on the cover 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1395.22 

2015 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1923 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
jVk x 4% in. (18.3 x 11.8 cm) 
From Der Sturm 14, no. 10 (1923): 149; 
the image also appears on the cover 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83- 1- 1395-43 

2016 

Untitled (abstract composition), c 1924 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

7 7 /8 x 6 in. (20.0 x 15.2 cm) 

From Der Sturm 15, no. 1 (1924): 25 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1396.5 

2017 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1924 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
5 13 /i6 x 5 15 /i6 in. (14.8 x 15.0 cm) 
From Der Sturm 15, no. 2 (1924): 61 
provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83.1.1396.11 

2018 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1924 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

5 13 /i6 x 5% in. (14.8 x 14.6 cm) 

From Der Sturm 15, no. 2 (1924): 67; 

the image also appears on the cover 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1396.12 

2019 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1924 
Wood engraving on wove paper 
4"/ie x 3V4 in. (11.9 x 8.2 cm) 
From Der Sturm 15, no. 4 (1924): 181; 
the image also appears on the cover 
provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83- 1- 1396- 18 

2020 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1924 

Wood engraving on wove paper 

4 u /i6x 3V4 in. (11.9 x 8.2 cm) 

From Der Sturm 15, no. 4 (1924): 187 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1396.19 





2014 



2015 






2016 




2019 



Molnar 



551 





2020 



2021 





2022 





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2025 



2021 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1924 

Wood engraving on wove paper 

5 n /i6 x 4% in. (14.5 x 12.0 cm) 

From Der Sturm 15, no. 4 (1924): 193 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1396.20 



2022 

Beethovenluius in der Eroikagasse, 

Wien, c. 1902 

(Beethoven's house on Eroikagasse, 

Vienna) 

Woodcut printed in black and orange on 

laid paper 

5 9 /ie x gVj in. (14.2 x 13.4 cm) 

From Wiener Secession: Katalog der 

vierzehnten Ausstellung der Vereini- 

gung bildender Kiinstler Osterreichs, 

exh. cat. (Vienna: Wiener Secession, 

1902), p. 38 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

28-29 May 1974, part of lot 2031 

exhibition: Reed under 241/1 

83.1.610 f 



2023 

Am Nachmittag, c. 1911 

(In the afternoon) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 13 /i6 x 6 n /i6 in. (14.8 x 17.0 cm) 

From Der Sturm 2, no. 87 (1911): 695 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1390.10 

2024 

Berliner Expression, n.d. 
(Berlin expression) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
9 15 /ie x 8V16 in. (25.2 x 20.5 cm) 
provenance: Galerie Saxonia, Munich; 
purchased in 1981 
EXHIBITION: Rigby 78 
M. 82. 287. 53 



2025 

Untitled (figures on horseback), c. 1915 
Lithograph on wove paper 
4V2 x 5% in. (11.5 x 13.7 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 23/24 (1915): 365 
provenance: gift of Elmar Seibel, 1983 
L.86. 1.70 e; lent by the Robert Gore 
Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 
California 



See cat. no. 1393 



Cari Moll 

born 1861 Vienna, 
Austria 

died 1945 Vienna, 
Austria 



Otto Moller 



born 1883 
Schmiedefeld 



died 1964 Berlin 



Rudolf Moller 



born 1881 
Schmiedefeld 



died 1967 Berlin 



2024 



Farttas Molnar 

born 1897 Pecs, 
Hungary 



552 



Morgner 



Wilhelm Morgner 2026 

Acker mit Weib, 1912 
born 1891 Soest (Field with woman) 

Woodcut on wove paper 
died 1917 14% x 22 13 /i6 in. (37.2 x 57.9 cm) 

near Langemark, From Der Sturm 3, no. 136/137(1912): 

Belgium 214-15 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1391.39 

2027 

Bdrtiger Mann, c. 1912 

(Bearded Man) 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

9 x 6% in. (22.9 x 17.2 cm) 

From Georg Biermann, ed., Jahrbuch 

derjungen Kunst (Leipzig: Klinkhardt 

& Biermann, 1920), following p. 224 

provenance: Bismarck Buchhandlung, 

Charlottenburg (ex libris, cover); 

Ganymede Graphics, Berkeley; 

purchased in 1974 

EXHIBITION: Beed 320/1920.7 

83. 1.798 f 

2028 

Fressende Holzarbeiter, 1912 

(Woodworkers eating) 

Woodcut on japan paper 

i2 s /8 x 145/4 in. (32.0 x 36.2 cm) 

The center also has an impression from 

Der Sturm 3, no. 125/126(1912): 

138-39 

INSCRIPTION: signed and dated, l.r. ; 
inscribed "Fressende Holzarbeiter— 
Holzschnitt Handdruck No. 1," 1.1. 
PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1978 
exhibition: Barton 72 
M. 82. 288. 2 13 

2029 

Holzarbeiterfamilie, c. 1912 

(Woodworker's family) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

11% x I3 15 /i6 in. (29.8 x 35.4 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 127/128 (1912): 

150-51 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1391.23 

2030 

In Memoriam Wilhelm Morgner 

Portfolio of 7 linoleum cuts and woodcut 

cover on wove paper 

Published posthumously by Galerie 

Flechtheim, Diisseldorf, 1920; edition 

of 56 

inscription: each sheet signed by 

artist's widow, l.r.; signed by Georg 

Tappert; tribute signed by Theodor 

Daubler; poem signed by Adolf von 

Hatzfeld 

provenance: Zeitlin & Ver Brugge, Los 

Angeles; date of purchase unknown 

M.82.z88.2i4a-h 

1. Patroklidom, 1912 

5 '4 x 3%6 in. (13.3 x 9.0 cm) 

Cover 

M. 82. 288. 2 14 h 





2027 




2028 




2029 





2030-1 




2030-3 




2030-4 



M^J, 



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2030-6 




2030-. 




2031 




2030-5 




2030-7 




<*£^ 




Morgner 

2. Grosse Briicke hei Soest, 1912 
(Large bridge near Soest) 
14V16 x 20V16 in. (357 x 51.0 cm) 
exhibition: Guenther 433 

M. 82. 288. 2 14 a 

3. Mann mit Spaten und Karre, 1912 
(Man with spade and cart) 
20 15 /i6 x i-/Vs in. (532 x 43.5 cm) 
M. 82.288.214 b 

4. Ziegeleiarbeiter, 1912 
(Brickyard worker) 

15 x 20 5 /i6 in. (38. 1x51.6 cm) 
M. 82. 288. 2 14 c 

5. Selbstbildnis, 1912 
(Self-portrait) 

19% x i6 3 /i6 in. (50.5 x 41. 1 cm) 
M. 82. 288.214 d 

6. Obsternte, igi2 
(Fruit harvest) 

16V4 x 20V16 in. (413 x 51.0 cm) 
M. 82.288.214 e 

7. Kopfeines biirtigen Mannes, 1912 
(Head of a bearded man) 

15W6 x 13% in. (38.3 x 34.3 cm) 
exhibition: Guenther 434 
M82.288.214f 

8. Abstrakte Komposition, 1912 
(Abstract composition) 

15V4 x ig 3 /8 in. (38.7 x 49.2 cm) 
M. 82. 288. 214 g 

2031 

Landschaft mit einer strahlenden 

Sonne, c. 1912 

(Landscape with radiant sun) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9 7 /i6 x i4 3 /i6 in. (23.9 x 36.0 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 112 (1912): 61 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1391.6 

2032 

Der Rattenfallenhandler, c. 1912 
(The rat-trap merchant) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
I3 13 /i6 x g 9 /i6 in. (35. 1 x 24.3 cm) 
From Der Sturm 3, no. 109 (1912): 37 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83.1.1391.3 

2033 

Selbstbildnis, 1912 

(Self-portrait) 

Black ink on wove paper 

23 13 /i6 x 19 in. (60.5 x 48.3 cm) 

inscription: monogrammed and 

dated, c.r. 

provenance: Georg Tappert (estate 

stamp #504, verso); Carus Gallery, New 

York; purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed 212; Chipp 94 

M. 82.288.350 



553 



2033 



554 



Morgner 



2034 

Tierdressur, 1912 

(Animal training) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

14% x 22% in. (37. 5 x 57.8 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 138/139 (1912): 

226-27 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1391.41 

2035 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1912 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9 7 /i6 x i4'/8 in. (24.0 x 35.9 cm) 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 113/114 (1912): 74 

83.1.1391.8 

2036 

Mannliches Portrat, 1913 

(Portrait of a man) 

Black ink on dun-colored wove paper 

10% x 7 15 /i6 in. (26.3 x 20.2 cm) 

inscription: monogrammed and 

dated, l.r. 

provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 

Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 

lot 1321 

EXHIBITION: Reed 213 

Margaret Biedermann believes this is a 

self-portrait 

M. 82. 288.351 

2037 

Untitled (scene from the Passion), 1913 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5%6 x 6V2 in. (13. 1 x 16.5 cm) 

From Der Sturm 4, no. 164/165 (1913): 45 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1391.64 

2038 

Untitled (scene from the Passion), 1913 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 I3 /ie x 6% in. (14.7 x 17.2 cm) 

From Der Sturm 4, no. 164/165 (1913): 45 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1391.65 

2039 

Untitled (scene from the Passion), 1913 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

5% x 6"/i6 in. (14.3 x 17.0 cm) 

From Der Sturm 4, no. 166/167 (1913): 49 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1391.66 

2040 

Untitled (scene from the Passion), 1913 

Woodcut on wove paper 

4 15 /i6 x 6% in. (12.6 x 16.2 cm) 

From Der Sturm 4, no. 168/169(1913): 57 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in ig82 

83.1.1391.68 





2034 




2036 



2035 





2041 




2038 




2039 






M^ 



2043 





Moser 

2041 

Selbstbildnis mit hoher Miitze, n.d. 

(Self-portrait with tall hat) 
Linoleum cut on brownish paper 
i4 3 /i6 x gVi in. (36.0 x 23.5 cm) 
inscription: titled and numbered 
(40/50), l.r. ; inscribed "Nachlass 
Wilhelm Morgner, Frau Morgner," l.r. 
provenance: estate of the artist; 
Galerie Gerda Bassenge, Berlin, 22-26 
May 1975, lot 1707 
EXHIBITION: Reed 214 
M. 82.288.212 



555 



2042 

Die Fahne des Propheten, c. 1915 

(The flag of the prophet) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

io'/i6 x io 7 /i6 in. (25.5 x 26.5 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 22 (1915): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/178 

83. 1. 1420 a 

2043 

Fahneneid, c. 1915 

(Oath of allegiance) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

13% x 10% in. (35.0 x 27.3 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 26 (1915): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/179 

83.1.1424 c 

2044 

Kriegs-Lazarett in Arahien, c. 1915 
(War hospital in Arabia) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
14 x io' 3 /i6 in. (35.5 x 27.5 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 31 (1915): 2 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/180 
83.1.1429 b 



M. Mory 



2045 

Ein decorativer Fleck in "flof und 

Griin" c. 1897 

(A decorative mark in "red and green") 

Lithograph printed in salmon red and 

green on slick wove paper 

8V2 x 6 9 /i6 in. (21.6 x 16.6 cm) 

From Ver Sacrum 1, no. 1 (1898): 11 

provenance: Max Reed, London; 

purchased in 1976 

83.1.1609 a 



Koloman Moser 



born 1868 Vienna, 
Austria 



died 1918 Vienna, 
Austria 



2042 



556 



Moser 



Otto Mueller 



born 1874 Libava, 
Moravia 



died 1930 Breslau 



2046 

Untitled (standing figure), c. 1902 

Woodcut on laid paper 

5 '/a x 5 5 /i6 in. (14.0 x 13.5 cm) 

From Wiener Secession: Katalog der 

vierzehnten Ausstellung der Vereini- 

gung bildender Kiinstier Osterreichs, 

exh. cat. (Vienna: Wiener Secession, 

1902), p. 32 

provenance: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

28-29 M av '974. P art °f ' ot 20 3 1 
exhibition: Reed under 241/1 
83.1.610 e 



2047 

Knabe zwischen Blattpflanzen, 1912 

(Youth seated between large plants) 

Woodcut on japan paper 

11 x I4 u /i6 in. (27.9 x 37.3 cm) 

From a posthumous edition (after 1946) 

of about 400 impressions printed by 

Eugen Meyerhofer 

provenance: Christie's, London, 5 

December 1974, lot 218 

REFERENCE: Karsch 2 II A 

EXHIBITION: Reed 137 

M. 82.288.218 

2048 

Sitzende Akte am Strand, 1912 
(Nudes seated on the beach) 
Woodcut on thin pink wove paper 
4 7 /i6 x 5 3 /i6 in. (11.2 x 13. 1 cm) 
From Ausstellung von KG Briicke, exh. 
cat. (Berlin: Galerie Fritz Gurlitt, 1912); 
the center has two impressions 
PROVENANCE: Kornfeld 6t Klipstein, 
Bern, 15-17 June 1972, part of lot 113 
REFERENCE: Karsch 4; Bolliger and 
Kornfeld 42/8 
EXHIBITION: Reed 245/6 
M. 82.288.375 f 

2049 

Sitzender Akt aufWiese, 1912 

(Seated nude in meadow) 

Woodcut printed in gold on black wove 

paper 

I4 15 /i6 x 12 in. (38.0 x 30.5 cm) 

From portfolio Die Briicke vn (1912), 

cover 

provenance: Kunsthandel Wolfgang 

Werner, Bremen; purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Karsch 5; Bolliger and 

Kornfeld 25 

M. 82. 287. 98 

2050 

Drei Figuren und gekreutzte Stdmme, 

1916 

(Three figures and crossed tree trunks) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

io 7 /ie x 8Vt in. (26.5 x 21.0 cm) 

From Der Bildermann 1, no. 9 (1916): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 180 

reference: Karsch 66 b 

EXHIBITION: Reed 265/26 

83.1.1462.35 




2046 



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2048 




2049 




^^^<J/^'~- 




2050 




2052 





Mueller 

2051 

Strand, 1918 

(Beach) 

Lithograph on japan paper 

7 n /i6 x g I3 /i6 in. (19.5 x 25.0 cm) 

From Das Kunstblatt 3, no. 1 (1919) 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

REFERENCE: Karsch 76 II 

EXHIBITION: Reed 283/52 
83.1.1135 a 

2052 

Badende, 1920 

(Bathers) 

Lithograph on heavy wove paper 

6 7 /8 x 9 5 /i6 in. (17.5 x 23.7 cm) 

From Kurt Pfister, ed. , Deutsche 

Graphiker der Gegenwart (Leipzig: 

Klinkhardt & Biermann, 1920), pi. 20; 

edition of 600 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich: 

purchased in 1972 

REFERENCE: Karsch hoc 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 339 

83.1.171 m 

2053 

Polnische Familie, 1920-21 
(Polish family) 

Lithograph with rust, yellow, blue, and 
green crayon on heavy wove paper 
lo'/i x 7 9 /i6 in. (26.0 x 19.2 cm) 
Proof apart from edition of 25 hand- 
colored impressions in portfolio Die 
Schaffenden 3, no. 1 (Weimar: Gustav 
Kiepenheuer Verlag, 1921) (Jahn and 
Berger 86); total edition of about 185 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Carus Gallery, New York; 
purchased in 1973 
REFERENCE: Karsch 114 II. a-b 
EXHIBITION: Reed 139; Rigby 79 
M. 82.288.215 

2054 

Adam und Eve, 1920-23 
(Adam and Eve) 

Lithograph on heavy wove paper 
i7 3 /i6 x 13 in. (43.6 x 33. 1 cm) 
From edition of 50 
inscription: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 8- 10 June 1972, lot 1672 
reference: Karsch 122 11 
exhibition: Reed 138; Rigby 80 
M. 82.288.216 



557 



2054 



558 



Mueller 



Lorenz Miiller 



Richard Miiller 



born 1874Tschirnitz, 
Bohemia 



died 1954 Dresden 



2055 

Zigeunerfamilie am Planwagen, 

1926-27 

(Gypsy family at their wagon) 

Lithograph printed in black, brown, 

yellow, and vermilion on brownish gray 

wove paper 

27 7 /i6 x ig 13 /i6 in. (69.7 x 50.3 cm) 

From portfolio Zigeuner-Mappe 

(Breslau: Lange Akademie, 1927); 

edition of about 60 unnumbered 

examples 

INSCRIPTION: signed in yellow pencil, I.e. 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 2 June 1971, lot 1473 

REFERENCE: Karsch 167 III 

EXHIRITION: Reed 140; Chipp 95 

M. 82.288.217 





2056 

Alte Frau-Studie, c. 1898 

(Study of an old woman) 

Etching on laid paper 

13% x 9V4 in. (34.0 x 23.5 cm) 

From seventh portfolio of Verein fur 

Original-Radierung (Munich: Verein fur 

Original Radierung, 1898) 

provenance: L'Art Ancien, Zurich; 

purchased in 1974 

83.1.159 k 



2055 



2056 




2057 

Schneedacher mit Telephonstand, 

c. 1899 

(Snowy roofs with telephone wires) 
Etching and aquatint on wove paper 
5 13 /i6 x 8% in. (14.8 x 22.2 cm) 
From Pan 5, no. 2 (1899): following 84 
PROVENANCE: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 
REFERENCE: Dennerlein 2417 
83.1. 1358 f 



2057 



Gabriele Milliter 2058 

Aurelie, 1906 

born 1877 Berlin Woodcut printed in black, orange, pink, 

and beige on japan paper 

died 1962 Murnau fA 6 x 6 9 /ie in. (18.2 x 16.7 cm) 

From edition of about 10 or 11 
inscription: estate stamp, verso 
provenance: Galerie Gunzenhauser, 
Munich; purchased in 1973 
REFERENCE: Roethel 4 
EXHIBITION: Reed 163 

M.82.288.219 






2060 



H70D f*l 






i™ 51 










HtgVyS 


Kh ' ^^PaI ^mh 




LJ 





2061 




JPMW 



Miinter 

2059 

Neujahrswunsch, 1909 

(New Year's greetings) 

Woodcut printed in red, blue, and 

yellow on chine colle laid down on 

purple card 

3H x 4% in. (8.5 x 12.0 cm) 

From edition of about 24 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; inscribed 

"Original Holzsehnitt," 1.1. 

provenance: Galerie Gunzenhauser, 

Munich; purchased in 1973 

REFERENCE: Roethel 36 

EXHIBITION: Reed 164 

M. 82. 288. 220 

2060 

Bauarbeit, c. 1912 

(Construction) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 5 /s x 8 9 /i6 in. (16.9 x 21.8 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 136/137 (1912): 

209 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Roethel 39 

83.1.1391.38 

2061 

Bauernfamilie, c. 1912 

(Farm family) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5V16 x jVs in. (12.9 x 20.0 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 152/153 (1913): 

285 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

reference: Roethel 41 

83.1.1391.52 

2062 

Blumengiessen, 1912 
(Watering plants) 
Woodcut on newsprint 
8"/i6 x 7 in. (22.0 x 17.8 cm) 
One of five proofs announcing M (inter's 
exhibition at Der Sturm, Berlin, 1913; 
the center also has an impression from 
Der Sturm % no. 138/139 (1912): 231 
inscription: estate stamp, verso 
provenance: Galerie Gunzenhauser, 
Munich; purchased in 1973 
REFERENCE: Roethel 40 
exhibition: Reed 165 
M. 82.288.221 

2063 

Habsburgerplatz, c. 1912 

Woodcut on wove paper 

6 5 /s x 8% in. (16.9 x 21.9 cm) 

From Der Sturm 4, no. 162/163 (^s) 1 33 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

REFERENCE: Roethel 42 

83.1.1391.61 



559 



560 



Jbszef Arpad Murmann 

born 1889 
Bratislava, Slovakia 



M (inter 

2064 

Neujahrswunsch, 1913 

(New Year's greetings) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5'/s x 8'/4 in. (13.0 x 20.9 cm) 

From Der Sturm 3, no. 142/143 (1913): 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
REFERENCE: Roethel 43 
83.1.1391.48 



2065 

Deutscher Gefangenen-Transport in 
Frankreich: Auszug aus Chartres, 1914 
(German prisoner transport in France: 
Exodus from Chartres) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
9 3 /i6 x 11 in. (23.3 x 28.0 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 52 (1915): 2 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/186 
83.1.1450 b 

2066 

Deutscher Gefangenen-Transport in 
Frankreich: Fahrt nach dem Stiffen, 

1914 

(German prisoner transport in France: 

Journey to the south) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

g!/4 x 11 in. (23.5 x 28.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 52 (1915): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/187 

83.1.1450 c 

2067 

Erlebnisse eines Zivilgefangenen in 
Frankreich: Einlieferung, 1914 
(Experiences of a civilian prisoner in 
France: Admission) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
9 3 /i6 x 11 in. (23.4 x 28.0 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 61 (1916): 2 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/189 
83.1.1458 b 

2068 

Avanti! Avanti! 1915 

(Forward! Forward!) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i2 5 /s x 10V2 in. (32.0 x 26.7 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 59 (1915): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/188 

83.1. 1456 d 




2065 




2066 




2067 



Myrback 



561 




2064 





2070 




2069 

Erlebnisse eines Zivilgefangenen in 
Frankreich: Vnterkunft, 1915 
(Experiences of a civilian prisoner in 
France: Quarters) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
g'/s x io 15 /i6 in. (23.2 x 27.8 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 61 (1916): 3 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/190 
83.1.1458 c 

2070 

"Unsere heldenhaften Truppen ..." 

c 1915 

("Our heroic troops . . .") 

Lithograph on wove paper 

i2 7 /8 x n 3 /i6 in. (32.7 x 28.4 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 51 (1915): 1 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: not listed in Reed under 

281 

83.1.1449 a 



2071 

Beethoven-Monument in Heiligenstadt, 

Wien, c. 1902 

(Beethoven monument in Heiligenstadt, 

Vienna) 

Woodcut printed in black and orange on 

laid paper 

5 9 /i6 x 5V4 in. (14.2 x 13.4 cm) 

From Wiener Secession: Katalog der 

vierzehnten Ausstellung der Vereini- 

gung bildender Kunstler Osterreiclis, 

exh. cat. (Vienna: Wiener Secession, 

1902), p. 21 

PROVENANCE: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

28-29 May 1974, part of lot 2031 

exhibition: Reed under 241/1 

83.1.610 c 



Felician von Myrback 

born 1853 
Zaleszcyki. Galicia 

died 1940 
Klagenfurt, Austria 



2069 



562 



Nathan 



Steffi Nathan 




2072 

Untitled (two men in street), 1919 

Lithograph on laid paper 

4 7 /8 x 3'/2 in. (12.4 x 8.9 cm) 

From Das junge Deutschland 2, no. 4/5 

(1919) 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
83.1.1624 a 

2073 

Untitled (figure in forest), 1919 

Lithograph on laid paper 

4V2 x 3W in. (11.4 x 8.3 cm) 

From Das junge Deutschland 2, no. 4/5 

(1919) 

provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1974 
83.1.1624 b 



Heinrich Nauen 2074 

Mutter und Kind, c. 1919 
born 1880 Krefeld (Mother and child) 

Etching on wove paper 
died 1941 Kalkar 9% x yVw in. (23.8 x 18.3 cm) 

From Genius 1, no. 2 (1919): following 

296 

provenance: M. J. Royer Bookshop, 

Los Angeles; purchased about 1970-72 

exhibition: Reed 275/5 

83.1.8136 

2075 

Mdher im Feld, c. 1934 
(Reaper in the field) 
Woodcut on japan paper 
7 I5 /i6 x 5V4 in. (20.2 x 13.4 cm) 
From portfolio Holzschnitte 
niederrheinischer Kiinstler (Krefeld: 
Felt Verlag, 1934); possibly from edition 
of 35 (see remarks under cat. no. 277) 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
83.1.16 i 



Otto Nebel 


2076 




Linoleumschnitt 3, 1925 


born 1892 Berlin 


(Linoleum cut 3) 




Linoleum cut on wove paper 


died 1975 Bern, 


7% x 5 9 /i6 in. (19.4 x 14.2 cm) 


Switzerland 


From Der Sturm 16, no. 4 (1925): 53; 




the image also appears on the cover 




provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 




purchased in 1982 




83.1.1396.35 




2073 






2074 




2075 



2076 



Nerlinger 



563 




2077 






2078 




2080 




2082 



2077 

Linoleumschnitt 4, 1925 

(Linoleum cut 4) 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

8 7 /i6 x 6V2 in. (21.4 x 16.5 cm) 

From Der Sturm 16, no. 4 (1925): 55 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1396.36 

2078 

Linoleumschnitt 5, 1925 
(Linoleum cut 5) 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
7 15 /ie x 6 9 /ie in. (20. 1x16.6 cm) 
From Der Sturm 16, no. 6 (1925): 93 
provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83.1.1396.43 

2079 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1925 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

8 7 /i6 x 6% in. (21.5 x 16.2 cm) 

From Der Sturm 16, no. 3 (1925): 45 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1396.33 



2080 

Aufdem Tempelhofer Feld, 1915 
(On the Templehof field) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
8 5 /i6 x li'/s in. (21. 1 x 28.2 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 48 (1915): 2 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte. 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/184 
83.1.1446 b 

2081 

Besuch im Lazarett, 1915 

(Visit to the military hospital) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

nVs x 9 5 /i6 in. (28.3 x 23.6 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 39 (1915): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIBITION: Reed 281/182 

83.1. 1437 d 

2082 

Im Grunewald, c. 1915 

(In the Grunewald) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

7 15 /ie x io 5 /i6 in. (20. 1 x 26.2 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 46 (1915): 3 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/185 

83.1.1444 c 



Oskar Nerlinger 

born 1893 Schwann 
died 1969 Berlin 



564 



Nerlinger 



2083 

Lazarett in Siidende, 1915 
(Military hospital in Siidende) 
Lithograph on wove paper 
12'/j x io 3 /i6 in. (31.2 x 25.8 cm) 
From Kriegszeit, no. 43 (1915): 4 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 
1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/183 
83.1.1441 d 

2084 

Russisclier Krieg, c. 1915 

(Russian war) 

Lithograph on wove paper 

io n /i6 x g 7 /i6 in. (27.2 x 24.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 35 (1915): 4 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

exhibition: Reed 281/181 

83- 1- M33d 

2085 

Untitled (man with plant), c. 1918 
Woodcut on green wove paper 
9 x 7 in. (22.8 x 17.8 cm) 
From Menschen 1, no. 7 (1918): 2 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 
exhibition: Reed under 289 
83.1.1370 b 

2086 

Untitled (man with plant), c. 1918 

Woodcut on laid paper 

9 x 7 in. (22.8 x 17.8 cm) 

From Der Weg 1, no. 3 (1919): 9 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1976 

exhibition: Reed under 305 

Printed from the same block as cat. no. 

2085 but inked more heavily 

83.1.1215 e 

2087 

Untitled (two figures), c. 1918 
Woodcut on laid paper 
7% x 8% in. (19.3 x 22.3 cm) 
From Menschen 2, no. 2 (1919): 2 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 289 
83.1.1379 e 

2088 

Untitled (man in suit), c. 1919 
Woodcut on laid paper 
8'/4 x 5% in. (21.0 x 13.7 cm) 
From Menschen 2, no. 4 (1919): 2 
provenance: Galerie Gerda Bassenge, 
Berlin, 25 May 1975, part of lot 4883 
exhibition: Reed under 289 
83-ii379 n 







2084 




2085 






2086 




2088 



Nerlinger 



565 






2089 



2091 





2092 



2093 





2095 



2094 




2089 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1922 
Woodcut on wove paper 
5 7 /s x 3 7 /s in. (14.9 x 9.9 cm) 
From Der Sturm 13, no. 12 (1922): 179; 
the image also appears on the cover 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83- 1- 1395- 19 

2090 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1923 

Woodcut on wove paper 

5 7 /s x 3 15 /i6 in. (14.9 x 10.0 cm) 

From Der Sturm 14, no. 3 (1923): 37; 

the image also appears on the cover 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1395.28 

2091 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1923 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

yVt x 5% in. (18.5 x 13.6 cm) 

From Der Sturm 14, no. 7 (1923): 103 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

831- 1395-37 

2092 

Untitled (abstract composition), 1923 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
6% x 6 13 /i6 in. (17.5 x 17.3 cm) 
From Der Sturm 15, no. 1 (1924): 35 
PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 
purchased in 1982 
83.1.1396.7 

2093 

Untitled (abstract composition), 1923 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

6V2 x j l A in. (16.5 x 18.4 cm) 

From Der Sturm 15, no. 4 (1924): 217 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1396.23 

2094 

Untitled (abstract composition), 1923 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

6 7 /i6 x 5T/16 in. (16.3 x 13.8 cm) 

From Der Sturm 15, no. 4 (1924): 223 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1396.24 

2095 

Untitled (abstract composition), 1923 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

6V& x 5 13 /i6 in. (155 x 14.8 cm) 

From Der Sturm 16, no. 1 (1925): 5; the 

image also appears on the cover 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1396.26 

2096 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1924 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

6'/8 x 4 u /i6 in. (15.6 x 11.9 cm) 

From Der Sturm 15, no. 3 (1924): 147 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83.1.1396.16 



566 



Nerlinger 

2097 

Untitled (abstract composition), c 1925 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

7 9 /i6 x 6Vb in. (19.2 x 15.6 cm) 

From Der Sturm 16, no. 3 (1925): 37; 

the image also appears on the cover 

provenance: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in ig82 

83.1.1396.30 

2098 

Untitled (abstract composition), c. 1925 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

7% x 6'/8 in. (19.3 x 15.6 cm) 

From Der Sturm 16, no. 3 (1925): 39 

PROVENANCE: Ex Libris, New York; 

purchased in 1982 

83- 1- 1396. 3 1 



Ernst Neumann 2099 

Hans Benzmann, c. 1901 
born 1871 Kassel Woodcut printed in brown and light 

green on PH Antique paper 
io I3 /i6 x 7% in. (27.4 x 18.7 cm) 
From Richard Scheid, ed., Avalun 
(Munich: Verlag Avalun, 1901) 
INSCRIPTION: numbered (108/300) on 
title page 

provenance: Warrack & Perkins, 
Witney, Oxfordshire; purchased in 1974 
exhibition: Reed under 38 
83.1. 1657 h 

2100 

Heinrich Lautensach, c. 1901 
Woodcut printed in black and brownish 
red on PH Antique paper 
9 13 /i6 x 7% in. (25.0 x 18.7 cm) 
From Richard Scheid, ed., Avalun 
(Munich: Verlag Avalun, 1901) 
INSCRIPTION: numbered (108/300) on 
title page 

provenance; Warrack & Perkins, 
Witney, Oxfordshire; purchased in 1974 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 38 
83.1.1657 c 

2101 

Reinhard Piper (Ludwig Reinhard), 

c. 1901 

Woodcut printed in blue and green on 

PH Antique paper 

9 5 /i6 x 7'/i6 in. (23.7 x 18.0 cm) 

From Richard Scheid, ed. , Avalun 

(Munich: Verlag Avalun, 1901) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (108/300) on 

title page 

provenance: Warrack & Perkins, 

Witney, Oxfordshire; purchased in 1974 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 38 

83. 1. 1657 g 





2101 





^irtrVaut£ttg<KiC 



2099 





Neumann 



567 



2103 




2104 




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2102 

Rene Maria Rilke, c. 1901 

Woodcut printed in purple and green 

on PH Antique paper 

n 13 /i6 x 7 3 /s in. (30.0 x 18.7 em) 

From Richard Scheid, ed., Avalun 

(Munich: Verlag Avalun, 1901) 

inscription: numbered (108/300) on 

title page 

provenance: Warrack & Perkins, 

Witney, Oxfordshire; purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 38 

83.1.1657 b 

2103 

Richard Scheid, c. 1901 

Woodcut printed in green, blue, and 

orange on PH Antique paper 

nVi x 7V16 in. (29.2 x 18.0 em) 

From Richard Scheid, ed., Avalun 

(Munich: Verlag Avalun, 1901) 

inscription: numbered (108/300) on 

title page 

provenance: Warrack & Perkins, 

Witney, Oxfordshire; purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 38 

83.1. 1657 e 

2104 

Vignette, c. 1901 

Woodcut printed in light and dark 

brown on PH Antique paper 

3'/8 x 2 in. (7.9 x 5.0 cm) 

From Richard Scheid, ed., Avalun 

(Munich: Verlag Avalun, 1901) 

inscription: numbered (108/300) on 

title page 

provenance: Warrack & Perkins, 

Witney, Oxfordshire; purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed under 38 

83.1. 1657 1 

2105 

Untitled (hanging lamp), c. 1901 

Woodcut printed in dark and light olive 
green on PH Antique paper 
11 x yVw in. (28.0 x 18.0 cm) 
From Richard Scheid, ed., Avalun 
(Munich: Verlag Avalun, 1901) 
INSCRIPTION: numbered (108/300) on 
title page 

provenance: Warrack & Perkins, 
Witney, Oxfordshire; purchased in 1974 
exhibition: Reed under 38 
83.1.1657 a 



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2106 

Edgar und Gloucester, c. 1917 
(Edgar and Gloucester) 
Lithograph on japan paper 
i4 9 /i6 x 1 i 7 /i6 in. (37.0 x 29. 1 cm) 
From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 
(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 
from edition A (total edition of 200) 
inscription: signed, l.r. ; numbered 
(xiv/l) on justification page; publisher's 
blind stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1972 
exhibition: Reed 336/13 
M. 82.288.384. 13 



Max Neumann 

born 1885 
Kbnigsberg 



2106 



568 



Nicholson 



William Nicholson 2107 

Alte Frau, c. 1897 

born 1872 Newark, (Old woman) 

England Woodcut printed in black, light brown, 

and dark brown on laid paper 

died 1949 9% x 7 n /i6 in. (245 x 19.5 cm) 

From Pan 3, no. 3 (1897): following 154 
provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 
REFERENCE: Dennerlein 1678 
83.1. 1355 d 



Otto Niebuhr 



2108 

Untitled (head in profile), c. 1923 
Woodcut on wove paper 
9 13 /i6 x 5 3 /i6 in. (24.9 x 13.2 cm) 
From Karl Lorenz, ed., Das neue 
Hamburg (Hamburg: Gemeinschafts- 
verlag Hamburgischer Kunstler, 1923), 

P- 73 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (257/450) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Arthur H. Minters, New 

York; purchased in 1976 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 322 

83.1.160 k 

2109 

Untitled (man walking), c. 1923 
Woodcut on wove paper 
9 5 /s x 7V16 in. (24.5 x 17.9 cm) 
From Karl Lorenz, ed., Das neue 
Hamburg (Hamburg: Gemeinschafts- 
verlag Hamburgischer Kiinstler, 1923), 

P- 75 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (257/450) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Arthur H. Minters, New 

York; purchased in 1976 

EXHIBITION: Reed under 322 

83.1.160 1 

2110 

Untitled (house), c. 1923 
Woodcut on wove paper 
8V2 x 6 9 /ie in. (21.6 x 16.7 cm) 
From Karl Lorenz, ed., Das neue 
Hamburg (Hamburg: Gemeinschafts- 
verlag Hamburgischer Kunstler, 1923), 

P- 77 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (257/450) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Arthur H. Minters, New 

York; purchased in 1976 

exhibition: Reed under 322 

83.1.160 m 






2110 



2107 



Nolde 



569 





2112 




2113 



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2111 

Leid, c. 1920 

(Grief) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

7 3 /4 x 6V4 in. (19.7 x 15.9 cm) 

From Georg Biermann, ed., Jahrbuch 

derjungen Kunst (Leipzig: Klinkhardt 

& Biermann, 1920), following p. 300 

provenance: Bismarck Buchhandlung, 

Charlottenburg (ex libris, cover); 

Ganymede Graphics, Berkeley; 

purchased in 1974 

exhibition: Reed 320/1920.2 

83.1.798 h 



Franz Nietsche 



2112 

Akt, 1906 

(Nude) 

Etching and aquatint on heavy 

yellowish wove paper 

7% x 5% in. (19.4 x 14.9 cm) 

From portfolio Die Briicke 11 (1907), pi. 

3; from edition of 20 numbered 

impressions (total edition of 73) 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r.; 

signed by printer, 1.1., numbered (13), 1.1. 

provenance: Stiftung Ada und Emil 

Nolde, Seebiill; Fischer Fine Art Ltd., 

London; purchased in 1976 

REFERENCE: Schiefler and Mosel 34 II; 

Bolliger and Kornfeld 8 

EXHIBITION: Reed 126 

M. 82. 288.365 

2113 

Tischgesellschaft, 1906 

(Dinner party) 

Etching on wove paper 

5 15 /i6 x 7V2 in. (15. 1 x 19.0 cm) 

From Zeitschrift fur bildende Kunst 

n.s., 19, no. 2 (1907) 

PROVENANCE: F. Ddrling, Hamburg; 

purchased in 1975 

REFERENCE: Schiefler and Mosel 38 IV 

EXHIBITION: Reed 127 

M. 82. 288. 233 

2114 

Diisterer Mannerkopf, 1907 
(Head of man in darkness) 
Lithograph printed in blue-black and 
rose on wove paper 
23% x 17 in. (60.0 x 43.2 cm) 
Printed in 1915; from edition of 34 of 
third state, of which 20 are numbered 
(total edition of 145) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; titled, I.e.; 
inscribed 'Aufl. Nr. 13," 1.1.; dated, u.l. 
provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 
Ketterer, Munich, 9 June 1970, lot 1164 
REFERENCE: Schiefler and Mosel 17 III 
EXHIBITION: Reed 128; Chipp 97 
M. 82. 288. 230 



Emil Nolde 

born 1867 Nolde 
died 1956 Seebull 



2114 



570 



Nolde 



2115 

Heller Tag, 1907 

(Bright day) 

Lithograph on heavy wove paper 

n'/s x 19V16 in. (28.2 x 48.5 cm) 

From edition of 100 

inscription: signed and dated, l.r. 

provenance: gift of Helene Sonderling 

Los Angeles, 1982 

reference: Schiefler and Mosel 20 

In poor condition (not illustrated) 

L. 84.5. 382; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation; Beverly Hills, 

California 

2116 

Kopfmit Pfeife, E. N., 1907 

(Head with pipe, E. N. [self-portrait]) 

Lithograph with watercolor on smooth 

wove paper 

i5 7 /s x n 5 /8 in. (40.3 x 29.5 cm) 

Probably a proof apart from edition of 

200 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; titled and 

inscribed "iibermalt," 1.1. 

PROVENANCE: Stiftung Ada und Emil 

Nolde, Seebiill; purchased in 1977 

REFERENCE: Schiefler and Mosel 5 

EXHIBITION: Chipp 96 

M. 82. 288. 229 

2117 

Mannerkopf, 1907 
(Head of a man) 

Lithograph printed in sepia on heavy 
brownish card 

i7 7 /8 x 12% in. (45.4 x 32. 1 cm) 
From edition of 20 numbered 
impressions (total edition of 100) 
inscription: signed and dated, l.r.; 
inscribed "Nr. 14," 1.1. 
provenance: Stiftung Ada und Emil 
Nolde, Seebiill; purchased in 1977 
reference: Schiefler and Mosel 16 11 
M. 82. 288. 228 

2118 

Tingel-Tangel-Sangerin, 1907 
(Tingel-tangel singer) 
Lithograph printed in violet, yellow, 
and black on brownish wove paper 
15T/S x 6 5 /ie in. (40.3 x 16.0 cm) 
Printed in 1915; from edition of 20 
numbered impressions (total edition of 
100) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; titled, I.e.; 
inscribed "Auflage Nr. 18," 1.1. 
provenance: Stiftung Ada und Emil 
Nolde, Seebiill; purchased in 1977 
reference: Schiefler and Mosel 30 11 
M. 82.288.231 





2116 



2118 




2117 



Nolde 



571 




2119 





2120-2 



2120-1 




2119 

Segler und drei kleine Dampfer, 1910 

(Sailor and three small steamers) 

Etching on heavy wove paper 

watermarked R. P. 1929 

12% x i6 5 /i6 in. (31.4 x 41.5 cm) 

Printed in 1929 

inscription: signed, l.r. ; titled, 1.1. 

provenance: Stiftung Ada und Emil 

Nolde, Seebull; purchased in 1978 

reference: Schiefler and Mosel 140 11 

M.82.288.234 

2120 

Das graphische Werk Emil Noldes bis 
1910 

(Emil Noldes graphic work to 1910) 

Book with 1 full-page and 26 vignette 

woodcuts and 1 full-page lithograph on 

wove paper 

Illustrations to catalogue raisonne by 

Gustav Schiefler (Berlin: Verlag Julius 

Bard, 1911) 

inscription: numbered (61/435) on 

justification page 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 13-15 June 1974, part of lot 818 

exhibition: Reed 135 

83.1.161 a-bb 

1. Agypterin 1, 1910 
(Egyptian woman 1) 
Woodcut 

6'/i6 x 4'/s in. (15.4 x 10.4 cm) 

Frontispiece 

reference: Schiefler and Mosel 86 

III 

83.1.161 a 

2. Der Pfliiger, 1911 
(The plowman) 
Lithograph 

6x4 5 /i6 in. (15.2 x 11.0 cm) 
Following page 32 
reference: Schiefler and Mosel 35 
83. 1.161 j 

2121 

Der Sanger, 1911 

(The singer) 

Woodcut on japan paper 

8 15 /i6 x 6 7 /i6 in. (22.7 x 16.4 cm) 

From Ernst Sauermann, ed. , 

Schleswig-Holsteinischer Kunstkalender 

1915 (Potsdam: Stiftungsverlag, 

[c. 1914-15]), endpiece 

provenance: Walter Hane (ex libris); 

Ars Libri, Boston; purchased in 1979 

reference: Schiefler and Mosel 97 I 

83.1.751b 



2121 



572 



Nolde 



2122 

Knecht, 1912 

(Serf) 

Woodcut on heavy japan paper 

12 x 9% in. (30.4 x 24.7 cm) 

From edition of 8 of this state (total 

edition of 12) 

inscription: signed, l.r.; inscribed 

"III. 5 "1.1. 

provenance: Galerie Nierendorf, 

Berlin; purchased in 1978 

REFERENCE: Schiefler and Mosel 117 HI 

EXHIBITION: Barton 32; Chipp 100 

M. 82.288.238 

2123 

Prophet, 1912 

Woodcut on brownish oatmeal paper 
12% x 8% in. (32.0 x 21.2 cm) 
From edition of about 20 
inscription: signed, l.r.; titled, I.e. 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 8- 10 June 1972, lot 1782 
reference: Schiefler and Mosel no 
exhibition: Reed 130; Barton 31; 
Chipp 98 
M. 82. 288.239 

2124 

Prophetenkopf, 1912 
(Head of a prophet) 
Black ink on rice paper 
i6'/8 x 11% in. (41.0 x 29.8 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Kunsthaus Lempertz, 
Cologne, 17 May 1974, lot 449 
exhibition: Reed 129; Chipp 99 
M. 82.288. 352 

2125 

Tanzerin, 1913 

(Dancer) 

Lithograph printed in black, brownish 
red, carmine, and gray-violet on simili- 
japan paper 

20 7 /s x 27'/s in. (53.0 x 69.0 cm) 
Printed by Westphalen; a variation, 
without the violet-color stone, within 
the numbered edition of 35 
inscription: signed, l.r.; inscribed (by 
Ada Nolde) "Aufl. Nr. 24," 1.1. 
provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 
Hamburg, 6-7 June 1975, lot 1408 
reference: Schiefler and Mosel 56 
exhibition: Reed 131; Chipp 101 
M. 82. 288.232 

2126 

Kopf eines Eingeborenen— Profit, 

c. 1913-14 

(Head of a South Sea islander— profile) 

Gouache and India ink on yellowish rice 

paper 

ig 9 /i6 x i4 15 /ie in. (49.7 x 38.0 cm) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 

provenance: Stiftung Ada und Emil 

Nolde, Seebiill; purchased in 1978 

M. 82. 288. 353 





2122 



2123 





2125 



2124 




Nolde 



573 






2127 




2130 



2129 



2127 

Kerzentanzerinnen, 1917 
(Candle dancers) 
Woodcut on cardlike paper 
n 7 /i6 x g 5 /s in. (29.0 x 24.3 cm) 
From edition of 13 of this state (total 
edition of 21) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; titled, 1.1. 
provenance: William Matson Roth; 
R. E. Lewis, Inc., San Anselmo, 
California; purchased in 1974 
reference: Schiefler and Mosel 127 v 
exhibition: Reed 132; Barton 33; 
Chipp 102 
M. 82. 288. 240 

2128 

Lichter Kopf, 1917 

(Luminous head) 

Woodcut on heavy wove paper 

12V8 x 9% in. (30.8 x 23.8 cm) 

From edition of 13 of this state (total 

edition of 21) 

inscription: signed, l.r. 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-7 June 1975, lot 1420 

reference: Schiefler and Mosel 148 IV 

EXHIBITION: Reed 133; Barton 34; 

Chipp 103 

M. 82. 288. 241 

2129 

Madonna, 1917 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8 7 /ie x 6 in. (21.4 x 15.3 cm) 

From deluxe edition of Das Kunstblatt 

1, no. 1 (1917) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (32/110) on 

justification page 

provenance: Henry Hallenstein; W. F. 

Arntz, Haag (Oberbayern); purchased 

'■1 1975 

reference: Schiefler and Mosel 142 
EXHIBITION: Reed 283/16 
83.1.1085 a 

2130 

Junger Fiirst und Tdnzerinnen, 1918 
(Young prince and dancers) 
Etching and aquatint on Van Gelder 
Zonen paper 

10% x 8 9 /i6 in. (26.3 x 21.8 cm) 
From edition of about 15 of this state 
(total edition of 26) 
inscription: signed, l.r. 
PROVENANCE: Stiftung Ada und Emil 
Nolde, Seebiill; purchased in 1977 
reference: Schiefler and Mosel 196 II 
M. 82.288.235 



574 



Nolde 



2131 

Der Tod als Tanzerin, 1918 

(Death as a dancer) 

Etching and aquatint on heavy 

handmade paper 

8V4 x io 7 /i6 in. (21.0 x 26.5 cm) 

From edition of about 18 of this state 

(total edition of 28) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 

PROVENANCE: Stiftung Ada und Emil 

Nolde, Seebiill; purchased in 1977 

reference: Schiefler and Mosel 200 11 

EXHIBITION: Rigby 81 

M.82.288.236 

2132 

Wikinger, 1922 

(Vikings) 

Etching and aquatint on wove paper 
i2 5 /s x g 5 /s in. (32. 1 x 24.5 cm) 
From edition of 6 of this state (total 
edition of about 18) 
inscription: signed, l.r. 
provenance: Karl & Faber, Munich, 11 
December 1970, lot 1088 
reference: Schiefler and Mosel 212 II 
exhibition: Reed 134; Chipp 104 
M. 82. 288. 237 

2133 

Vier Fische I Ztvei hliihende Kakteen I 

Zwei Pflanzen, 1924 

(Four fish / Two blooming cacti / Two 

plants) 

Three woodcuts on one sheet of 

yellowish rice paper 

5 15 /i6 x 4V4 in. (15.0 x 10.8 cm) 

Proof apart from edition of 520 in 

Gustav Schiefler, Das graphische Werk 

von Emil Nolde, 1910-1925 (Berlin: 

Euphorion Verlag, 1926-27); the center 

also has impressions from the published 

edition 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 

provenance: Galleria Henze, 

Campione d'ltalia, Switzerland; 

purchased in 1975 

reference: Schiefler and Mosel 169, 

170, 178 

EXHIBITION: Reed 136/1-3 

M. 82. 288. 242 a-c 

2134 

Das graphische Werk von Emil Nolde, 
1910-1925 

(The graphic work of Emil Nolde, 

1910-1925) 

Book with 2 full-page and 33 vignette 

woodcuts and 2 full-page lithographs 

(see cat. nos. 2135 and 2136) on wove 

paper 

Illustrations to catalogue raisonne by 

Gustav Schiefler (Berlin: Euphorion 

Verlag, 1926-27) 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (148/520) on 

justification page 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 13- 15 June 1974, part of lot 818 

exhibition: Reed 136; Barton 35 

83.1.162 a-jj 




2131 





2133 



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2135 




1. Mann und junges Madchen, 1925 
(Man and young girl) 
Woodcut 

6 15 /i6 x 5'/i6 in. (17.6 x 12.8 cm) 

Frontispiece 

reference: Schiefler and Mosel 

188 III 

EXHIBITION: Chipp 158 

83.1.162 a 

2. Nachbarsleute, 1925 
(Neighbors) 
Woodcut 

6 x 4'/i in. (15.2 x 10.8 cm) 

Page 102 

reference: Schiefler and Mosel 

189 

83.1.162 z 

2135 

Altere Herren, 1926 

(Old men) 

Lithograph printed in black, blue, and 

violet on simili-japan paper 

6 7 /ie x 4 7 /i6 in. (16. 3X 11.2cm) 

From proof edition of 28 before edition 

of 520 in Gustav Schiefler, Das 

graphische Werk von Emil Nolde, 

1910-1925 (Berlin: Euphorion Verlag, 

1926-27); the center also has an 

impression from the published edition 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

1404 

reference: Schiefler and Mosel 71 II 

exhibition: Reed 136/4 

M. 82.288.243 b 

2136 

Fabelwesen, 1926 

(Fabulous beasts) 

Lithograph printed in red, black, gray, 

and violet on simili-japan paper 

6 7 /i6 x 4T/16 in. (16.3 x 11.2 cm) 

From proof edition of 28 before edition 

of 520 in Gustav Schiefler, Das 

graphische Werk von Emil Nolde, 

1910-1925 (Berlin: Euphorion Verlag, 

1926-27); the center also has an 

impression from the published edition 

provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 6-8 June 1974, part of lot 

1404 

REFERENCE: Schiefler and Mosel 77 II 

exhibition: Reed 136/5 

M. 82.288. 243 a 



2136 



576 



Nolken 



Franz Nolken 

born 1884 Hamburg 
died 1918 



Wilhelm Nowak 



born 1886 Mnisek, 
Slovakia 



2137 

Eine Dame, die sich den Hut aufsetzt, 
n.d. 

(A lady putting on her hat) 

Woodcut on blue-gray wove paper 

10% x g'/i6 in. (27.0 x 23.0 cm) 

inscription: signed, 1.1.; inscribed 

"Probedruck," 1.1. 

provenance: C. Rump; Galerie Gerda 

Bassenge, Berlin, 16- 17 May 1979, lot 

4805 

exhibition: Barton 41 

M. 82.288.244 



"*KX"#2s, 



2138 

Untitled (field with tree), 1914 
Lithograph on wove paper 
2 15 /i6 x 4 5 /i6 in. (7.4 x 11.0 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 1 (1914) 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 308 

83.1.1185 a 

2139 

Untitled (after the battle), 1914 
Lithograph on wove paper 
6'/j x 4 13 /i6 in. (15.8 x 12.3 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 2 (1914): 23 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
exhibition: Reed under 308 

83.1.1186 f 

2140 

Imogen, c. 1917 
Lithograph on japan paper 
i5 3 /i6 x 9 7 /s in. (38.6 x 25. 1 cm) 
From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 
(Munich: Marees-Gesellsehaft, 1918); 
from edition A (total edition of 200) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 
(xiv/l) on justification page; publisher's 
blind stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1972 
exhibition: Reed 336/29 
M.82.288.384.29 

2141 

Sommernachtstraum, c. 1917 

(A Midsummer Nights Dream) 

Lithograph with blue, green, brown, 

and orange watercolor on japan paper 

9 9 /i6 x 12 in. (24.3 x 30.5 cm) 

From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 

(Munich: Marees-Gesellsehaft, 1918); 

from edition A (total edition of 200) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 

(xiv/l) on justification page; publisher's 

blind stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1972 

exhibition: Reed 336/12 

M. 82. 288.384. 12 




2138 




2139 




2140 




Niickel 



577 








2142 

Sommernachtstraum, c. 1917 
(A Midsummer Night's Dream) 
Lithograph on japan paper 
9 9 /i6 x n 7 /8 in. (24.3 x 30.2 cm) 
From portfolio Shakespeare Visionen 
(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1918); 
from edition A (total edition of 200) 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; numbered 
(xiv/l) on justification page; publisher's 
blind stamp, l.r. 

provenance: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 
purchased in 1972 
EXHIBITION: Reed 336/34 
M. 82. 288. 384. 34 



2143 

Regenwetter, c. 1924 
(Rainy weather) 
Metal cut on laid paper 
■/Ve x 5 5 /i6 in. (18.0 x 13.5 cm) 
From portfolio Ganymed-Mappe HI 
(Munich: Marees-Gesellschaft, 1924); 
edition of 100; the center also has an 
impression from Julius Meier-Graefe, 
ed., Ganymed, vol. 5 (Munich: R. Piper 
& Co., 1925), following p. 224 
INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r. 
PROVENANCE: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 
13-15 November 1974, part of lot 2779 
EXHIBITION: Reed 317/40 
M. 82.288.379 k 



Otto Niickel 

born 1888 Cologne 

died 1956 Munich 




2143 



578 



Oeltjen 



Jan Oeltjen 

born 1880 Jaderberg 




2144 

Eisstoss, c. 1916 
(Push on the ice) 
Woodcut on japan paper 
io 5 /i6 x 12 in. (26.2 x 30.5 cm) 
INSCRIPTION: signed and titled, l.r. 
provenance: Saalbau-Galerie, 
Darmstadt; purchased in 1980 
M. 82. 287. 55 



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2145 



Wilhelm Oesterie 2145 

Untitled (man with sword), 1914 
born 1876 Lithograph on wove paper 

Wagenstadt iiyi6 x io 5 /s in. (29.3 x 27.0 cm) 

From Kriegszeit, no. 9 (1914): 2 
died 1922 Berlin provenance: Hauswedell & Nolte, 

Hamburg, 5-7 June 1975, part of lot 

1072 

EXHIRITION: Reed 281/191 

83.1.1408 b 

2146 

Untitled (refugees), 1914 
Lithograph on wove paper 
5 7 /m x 4 5 /i6 in. (13.8 x 10.9 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 1, no. 16 (1915): 241 
PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
EXHIRITION: Reed under 308 
83.1.1201 c 

Annie Oftterdinger 2147 

Modebild 1, c. 1915 

(Fashion illustration 1) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

6V2 x 4% in. (16.5 x 11.7 cm) 

From Zeit-Echo 2, no. 2 (1915-16): 29 

PROVENANCE: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 

Esslingen; purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 308 

83.1.1208 b 

2148 

Modebild 2, c. 1915 
(Fashion illustration 2) 
Lithograph on laid paper 
6 9 /i6 x 4 15 /i6 in. (16.7 x 12.5 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 2, no. 3 (1915-16): 44 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 308 

83.1.1209 d 





2148 





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2149 




2150 



2151 





2152 




Olde 

2149 

Modebild 3, c. 1915 
(Fashion illustration 3) 
Lithograph on laid paper 
7 3 /i6 x 4 15 /i6 in. (18.2 x 12.5 cm) 
From Zeit-Echo 2, no. 4 (1915-16): 62 
provenance: Kunstgalerie Esslingen, 
Esslingen; purchased in 1975 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 308 
83.1.1210 d 

2150 

Modebild 7, c. 1915 

(Fashion illustration 7) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

8 7 /8 x 5 13 /i6 in. (22.6 x 14.7 cm) 

From Zeit-Echo 2, no. 8 (1915-16): 124 

provenance: gift of Elmar Seibel, 1983 

L.86. 1.73 d; lent by the Robert Gore 

Rifkind Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

California 



579 



2151 

Untitled (flower), c. 1914 

Woodcut on laid paper 

4V16 x 3 3 /i6 in. (10.3 x 8. 1 cm) 

From Das neue Pathos 2, no. 1/3 (1914): 

91: from edition B of 250 

PROVENANCE: Ars Libri, Boston; 

acquired by exchange in 1984 

83. 1.824 1 



2152 

Klaus Groth, c. 1896 
Drypoint on wove paper 
io 9 /i6 x 7% in. (26.8 x 19.7 cm) 
From Pan 2, no. 4 (1897): before 269 
provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 
reference: Dennerlein 1229 
83- 1- 1353 J 

2153 

Detlev von Liliencron, c. 1898 

Lithograph printed in brown on wove 

paper 

7 I3 /i6 x 7% in. (19.8 x 18.8 cm) 

From Pan 4, no. 2 (1898): following 76 

provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 

Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 

REFERENCE: Dennerlein 1980 

83- 1- 1356 g 

2154 

Friedrich Nietzsche, c. 1900 
Etching on wove paper 
7 x 5V16 in. (17.7 x 12.8 cm) 
From Pan 5, no. 4 (1900): following 232 
provenance: Kornfeld & Klipstein, 
Bern, 7-8 June 1978, part of lot 775 
reference: Dennerlein 2602 
83-1- i359e 



Alexander Olbricht 

born 1876 Breslau 
died 1942 Weimar 



Hans Olde 

born 1855 Suderau 
died 1917 Kassel 



2153 



580 



Opfermann 



Karl Opfermann 

born 1891 Roding 
died 1960 Hamburg 



2155 

Untitled (man at table), c. 1919 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

9 5 /i6 x 7V2 in. (23.6 x 19.0 cm) 

From Die rote Erde 1, no. 8/10 (1920): 

271 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 298 

83. 1.972 g 

2156 

Untitled (couple), c. 1919 
Linoleum cut on wove paper 
g'/i x 6 3 /i6 in. (23.5 x 15.7 cm) 
From Die rote Erde 1, no. 8/10 (1920): 

273 

PROVENANCE: Hans Bolliger, Zurich; 

purchased in 1975 

exhibition: Reed under 298 

83. 1.972 h 

2157 

Am Fenster, c. 1920 

(At the window) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8 n /i6 x 67i6 in. (22. 1 x 16.4 cm) 

From Hugo Koch and Emil Maetzel, 

eds., Der gelben Posaune der Sieben 

gewidmet (Hamburg: Konrad Hanf, 

1920) 

provenance: Ganymede Graphics, 

Berkeley; purchased in 1974 

83.1.124 b 

2158 

Drei Kopfe, c. 1920 
(Three heads) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
il 7 /i6 x 9V2 in. (29. 1 x 24. 1 cm) 
From Kiindung 1, no. 1 (1921) 
provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 
Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 
part of lot 1154 
exhibition: Reed under 282 
83.1.1055 c 

2159 

Die Genesende, c. 1920 

(The convalescent) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

i4 3 /i6 x 9 in. (36. 1 x 22.8 cm) 

The center also has an impression from 

Kiitidung 1, no. 9/10 (1921) 

INSCRIPTION: signed, l.r.; titled, 1.1. 

PROVENANCE: Saalbau-Galerie, 

Darmstadt; purchased in 1980 

M.82.287.56 

2160 

Heiliger, 1920 

(Saint) 

Lithograph on laid paper 

7% x iVi in. (18. 1x3.8 cm) 

From Katalog der zweiten Ausstellung 

der Hamburgischen Secession, exh. cat. 

(Hamburg: Alte Kunsthalle, 1921), no. 

49, pi. 11 

provenance: Ars Libri, Boston; 

purchased in 1982 

83-1-7351 






2157 





2158 



2160 




Opfermann 



581 




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2163 





2165 



2161 

Frauenkopf, e. 1921 

(Head of a woman) 

Woodcut on wove paper 

12V2 x io u /i6 in. (31.8 x 27. 1 cm) 

From Kiindung 1, no. 9/10 (1921) 

provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 

Ketterer, Munich, 26 November 1974, 

part of lot 1154 

exhibition: Reed under 282 

83.1.1060 k 

2162 

Schwermut, c. 1921 

(Melancholy) 
Woodcut on wove paper 
n 7 /i6X 8 9 /i6 in. (29.1 x 21.8 cm) 
Poem by August Stramm, from 
Kiindung 1, no. 2 (1921) 
provenance: Galerie Wolfgang 
Ketterer, Munich. 26 November 1974, 
part of lot 1154 
EXHIBITION: Reed under 282 
83.1.1056 b 

2163 

Untitled (head of a woman), c. 1921 

Woodcut on wove paper 

11 x 7% in. (27.9 x 19.4 cm) 

From Karl Lorenz, ed., Die rote Erde, 

2d ser., no. 1 (Hamburg: Adolf Harms 

Verlag, 1922), p. 29 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (383/450) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

13-16 November 1979, part of lot 5024 

83- 1-973 h 

2164 

Untitled (three heads), c. 1921 

Woodcut on wove paper 

9 7 /i6 x 6'/i6 in. (24.0 x 15.4 cm) 

From Karl Lorenz, ed.. Die rote Erde, 

2d ser. , no. 1 (Hamburg: Adolf Harms 

Verlag, 1922), p. 31 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (383/450) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

13- 16 November 1979, part of lot 5024 

83.19731 

2165 

Untitled (seated nude with flowers), 

c. 1921 

Linoleum cut on wove paper 

8 15 /i6 x 4'%6 in. (22.7 x 12.3 cm) 

From Karl Lorenz, ed., Die rote Erde, 

2d ser., no. 1 (Hamburg: Adolf Harms 

Verlag, 1922), p. 33 

INSCRIPTION: numbered (383/450) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

13-16 November 1979, part of lot 5024 

83- 1-973 J 



2161 



582 



Optermann 



2166 

Untitled (nude woman and child), 

c. 1921 

Woodcut on wove paper 

8V2 x 5 n /i6 in. (21.6 x 14.5 cm) 

From Karl Lorenz, ed., Die rote Erde, 

2d ser. , no. 1 (Hamburg: Adolf Harms 

Verlag, 1922), p. 35 

inscription: numbered (383/450) on 

justification page 

PROVENANCE: Hartung & Karl, Munich, 

13- 16 November 1979, part of lot 5024 

83.1.973 k 

2167 

Untitled (sun shining on couple),