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Kampf zwischen Löwe und Tiger (Fight between Lion and Tiger) by Max Slevogt

Kampf zwischen Löwe und Tiger (Fight between Lion and Tiger)
by Max Slevogt

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Etching

1915

Edition Size: proof

Image Size: 9,7 x 11,7 cm

Sheet Size: 17,5 x 22 cm

Reference: Max Slevogt - Das grafische Werk, Berlin 1960 (cat. no. 118 with ill. no. 23). Exhibition catalogue with prints from the Wolfgang Gurlitt collection Munich.

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Condition: Excellent

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Etching on laid paper, 9,7 x 11,7 cm (plate). 1915. Signed proof.

Of this etching only a few impresssions (if not only a unique copy) were printed on the experimental press of Dr. Josef Grünberg. According to Emil Orlik, Grünberg, who worked full-time as a dentist, was one of the most important graphic collectors in Germany and invented a special copper printing press (“hydrotype”) on which printing plates of any material (including glass, porcelain and stone) could be printed. According to Orlik, Grünberg also revived the cliché verre process, which had already been completely forgotten at that time. Max Slevogt, Otto Pankok, Emil Orlik and Josef Grünberg came together to form the SPOG Circle of Friends and Artists in 1917.

 

 

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