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Dance (folio) - Cover
A folio of twelve lithographs published by Insel-Verlag, Leipzig, 1905. This is the front cover of the folio.
Visions - Title Page
Slevogt was commissioned as a war artist, but, instead of producing a folio of morale raising propaganda, he produced a universal condemnation of war after returning from the front, which was condemned and censored by the authorities. He produced a…
The Third Annual Portfolio
Original Title Die Dritte Jahresgabe Year of Production 1923 Artist Various Medium Book Materials Board, linen Dimensions height: 48 cm; width 37.3 cm Folio containing eight plates with text by Hans Weigert of the Dritte Jahresgabe…
Max Slevogt was born in 1868 in Landshut, Germany, and died in 1932 in Neukastel. After studying art at the Munich Academy and in Paris at the Académie Julian, he moved to Berlin and became involved with the Berlin Secession, meeting Corinth and…
The Novice II
This print is no.12 of a folio of prints by various German artists called "Zweiten Ganymed-Mappe 1922" edition no.238 published by R. Piper and Co, Verlag Der Marees-Gesellschaft Munchen.
At the Fortune-Tellers
This print is No.4 of a folio of prints by various German artists called "Zweite Ganymed Mappe 1922", edition No.238, published by R. Piper and Co, Verlag Der Marees-Gesellschaft Munchen. Printed by Marées-Gesellschaft.
The Supplicant (Lord, I Await Your Salvation)
From the series "O Ewigkeit Du Donnerwort", "O Eternity Thou Fearful Word" (words from the cantata by Johannes Sebastian Bach). Gurlitz published a folio of 11 lithographs in an edition of 125. In 1918 Gurlitz published the series as a book in an…
The print also appears as a plate, folio 9, from ‘Klänge’ (Sounds), c.1912/13 and a black and white version is on page 9 of the Blaue Reiter Almanac (Blue Rider Almanac), First Edition.