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Am Ufer (at The Riverbank) by Max Pechstein

Am Ufer (at The Riverbank) by Max Pechstein

Harris Schrank Fine Prints (IFPDA)



Edition Size: 125

Sheet Size: 12 1/8 x 16 inches

Reference: Kruger R116


Condition: Good

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Max Pechstein (1881-1955), Am Ufer (At the Riverbank), etching and drypoint, 1920, signed in pencil lower right, with the blindstamp of Die Schaffenden lower left, Plate 9 from Die Schaffenden III, Jahrgang 1, published by Verlag Gustav Kiepenheuer, Weimar, 1921. Reference: Kruger R 116, from the edition of 125. In good condition, slight handling folds, minor soiling; printed on a cream/tan wove paper, the full sheet, 8 1/4 x 10 1/2, the sheet 12 1/8 x 16 inches.

A fine impression, printed in black ink on cream/tan wove with substantial burr on the drypoint work and with plate tone overall.

Provenance: ex Collection John and Valerie Butterwick, Kewanee, Illinois (not in Lugt).

In the spring of 1914 Pechstein went to the Palau Islands in the South Seas, returning to Germany via Japanese internment, the US and Holland, in 1915. He was drafted to the Somme front but in early 1917 returned to Berlin after a nervous collapse. He then participated in the emergence of art movements after the War, including the utopian call for socialised art in a socialist state; it’s possible that Am Ufer recalls the South Seas experience in the context of this later period.

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Max Pechstein

Hermann Max Pechstein was a German painter and graphic designer, who was born in Zwickau in 1881 and died in Berlin in 1955. He belonged to the group Die Brücke (he joined in 1996) and he is considered one of the most important representatives of German Expressionism. He mostly painted portraits, landscapes and still lifes.

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