Lithograph, hand signed and inscribed in pencil, dated in the plate.
Portfolio with 100 lithographs, hand signed by Struck.
HERMANN STRUCK 1876-1944
Berlin 1876 – 1944 Haifa (German)
Title: The Engadin Lakes with St. Moritz / Engadiner Seen mit St. Moritz, 1905
Technique: Original Hand Signed and Numbered Etching on paper
Paper size (approx) : 19 x 25 cm / 7.5 x 9.8 in
Plate size: 14.7 x 20.3 cm / 5.8 x 8 in
Additional Information: This original etching in Hand Signed by the artist in the lower rleft margins.
It is also hand numbered in pencil next to the signature 46/150.
The etching is also signed, dated and titled in the plate.
It was printed in 1905.
Literature: Arnold Fortlage and Karl Schwarz. 1911. Das Graphische Werk von Hermann Struck. Berlin: Cassirer.
Reference: Fortlage-Schwarz 134
Condition: Good condition. unexamined out of the frame.
This work will be shipped unframed.
Etching, hand signed and numbered III,11.
paper size:26.5×22.5 cm.
Etching, hand signed and inscribed in pencil.
paper size:35×24.5 cm.
Technique : Lithograph on Vellum Arches paper
Paper size : 54,5 X 46,7 cm / 21.4X 18.4 inch.
Image size : 38 X 28.5 cm / 18.4 X 11.2 inch
Additional Information : This Original Lithograph is Hand Signed in pencil at the lower right margin and additionally signed in the plate in the right corner.
This Lithograph from 1968 is based on a drawing from 1932, a selfportrait by Tal-Coat himself.
The Lithograph was published to accompany one of Tal-Coat most important exhibitions that took place in 3 different galleries in Paris in 1968. (Gallery Henry Benezit, Gallery Beno D´Incelli & cie, and Gallery Andre Schoeller, all located in Paris).
Although, the exhibition took place in 1968 when Tal-Coat was already famous for his Abstract-Minimalism, the image itself was taken from a much earlier part of his career, 1932.
It is printed on Vellum Arches paper (watermark).
Condition : Very good condition. except of minor fold in the upper right corner of the margins
Technique : Original Etching on English Somerset paper.
Paper Size : 75.5 X 56.5 cm / 18.1 X 24 inch.
Plate Size : 26 X 31 cm / 10.2 X 12.2 inch.
Additional Information : This etching is Hand Signed in pencil by the artist “L.Talmor” at the lower right margin.
It is also Hand Numbered in pencil “II/VI” (2/6) (Artist Proof) and Hand dated next to the Signature “1992”.
Furthermore the work is titled “1st print From the series: Horowitz, the Story-Teller, Cahier de Voyage”
The paper bears the watermark of “Somerset England” paper.
Condition : Excellent condition, very minor handling creases.
JACQUELINE TARKIELTAUB b. 1945
Title: Lettrism, ca. 1970´s
Technique: Original Hand Signed and Numbered Colour Lithograph on Arches paper
Paper Size: 49.7 x 65 cm / 19.6 x 25.6 in
Image Size: 35.5 x 45 cm / 14 x 17.7 in
Additional Information: This Lithograph is hand signed in Pencil by the artist “J.Tarkieltaib” at the lower right margin.
And also Hand Numberd in pencil 11/90 at the lower left margin .
This work was printed in a limited edition of only 90 hand signed and numbered Impressions in the 1970´s in France.
The paper bears the watermark of Arches France.
Jacqueline Tarkieltaub was one of the members of the French art movement “Lettrism” that included among others: Isidore Isou, Maurice Lemaître, Jean-Louis Brau, Gil J. Wolman and Serge Berna, Roberto Altmann, Roland Sabatier, Alain Satié, Michéline Hachette, Francois Poyet, Gérard-Philippe Broutin, Jean-Paul Curtay, Woody Roehmer.
Condition: Very good condition. minor spots verso and a crease at the upper left corner.