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Riding Horse | Reitpferd, 1912 by Max Liebermann

Gilden's Art Gallery (IFPDA)



Edition Size: 25

Sheet Size: 15 x 21 cm

Reference: Schiefler 129


Condition: Excellent

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Berlin 1847-1935 (German)

Title: Riding Horse | Reitpferd, 1912

Technique: Original Drypoint on Wove Paper

Paper size: 15 x 21 cm. / 6 x 8.3 in.

Additional Information: This is an original drypoint by Max Liebermann. There was also a hand-signed and numbered edition of 25. It is inscribed in German by another hand “Reitknecht m. Pferd v. Liebermann” [Groom with Horse by Liebermann] along the lower sheet edge.

Literature: Schiefler, G. (1991). Max Liebermann: Sein Graphisches Werk: The graphic work 1876-1923. San Francisco: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts.

Reference: Schiefler 129

Condition: Very good condition. Pinpoint foxing across the sheet. Remnants of adhesive tape in the upper corners, recto.


The Artist

Max Liebermann

Max Liebermann was born in 1847 in Berlin, Germany and died in 1935 in the same city. He is considered by many one of the most important painters of German impressionism. His style was influenced by Monet and Degas.
He was born in a Jewish family of manufacturers and at the age of 16 he studies with Karl Steffeck. From 1868 to 1872, he studied painting and art history with Ferdinand Pauwels and later joined the landscape painter Theodor Hagen, through whom he met the Hungarian painter Mihály Munkácsy, whose work ‘Die Charpiezupferinnen’ (1871) made a lasting impressions on him.

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