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Set of four graphics: This Lot includes the following sheets 3 Bauhaus prints New European graphic from the third Bauhausmappe: German artists.


Produced and published by the Staatliches Bauhaus in Weimar. The portfolio originally comprised 14 graphics by R. Bauer, W. Baumeister, H. Campendonk, W. Dexel, O. Fischer, J. van Heemskerk, B. Hoetger, A. Macke, F. Marc, J. Molzahn,
K. Schwitters, F. Stuckenberg, A. Topp and W. Wauer. Potsdam, Müller 1921, L. Feininger designed the title and designed the font for table of contents, back cover etc.
Sheet 1 of the portfolio 3: Rudolf Bauer: “Bantama” (lithograph
c. 1921, format c. 40 x 31.5 cm); Sheet 3 of the portfolio: Heinrich Campendonk: Seated female nude in landscape with farmhouse (woodcut 1920/21, size c. 22 x 21,9 cm, Engels No. 51); Sheet 5 of Folder 3: Oskar Fischer: ‘Riding Couple’ (lithograph 1920/21, size c. 25 cm x 22 cm); As well as lithograph from the folder “Johannes Itten, Mrs. Agathe and all my pupils dedicated”, 1919, Itten, one of maximum 200 prints, representation size
c. 48 x 30 cm, sheet size c. 61 x 46 cm, framed.

“Between 1922 and 1923, the Bauhaus prints were made at the Staatliches Bauhaus in Weimar. Neue Europäische Graphik «, presenting the graphics of the artistic avant-garde of Europe in a cross-section of many areas of contemporary art. From originally five planned portfolios four appeared with a total of 52 woodcuts, etchings, lithographs and linocuts. The »3rd Portfolio: German Artists« contains graphics by Rudolf Bauer, Willi Baumeister, Heinrich Campendonk, Walter Dexel, Oskar Fischer, Jacoba van Heemskerck, Bernhard Hoetger, August Macke, Franz Marc, Johannes Molzahn, Kurt Schwitters, Fritz Stuckenberg and Arnold Topp and William Wauer. In addition to the artists invited to participate in the Bauhaus prints, the appeal also went to the estate administrators of five deceased: Umberto Boccioni, Wilhelm Lehmbruck, August Macke, Franz Marc, Wilhelm Morgner; except for Lehmbruck and Morgner they are represented with one sheet each. Franz Marc, killed by Verdun in 1916, sent his widow the last unpublished woodcut.”

Quoted after (original in German language): “https://www.staatsgalerie.de/g/sammlung/sammlung-digital/einzelansicht /sgs/werk/einzelansicht /EEFFB9C2996D47FEA15818625F22B9AA.html

Provenance:
Part of a German Bauhaus Collection

Expert: Mathias Harnisch, MA Mathias Harnisch, MA
+43-1-515 60-242

Mathias.Harnisch@dorotheum.at

14.05.2019 - 16:00

Odhadní cena:
EUR 3.000,- do EUR 5.000,-

Set of four graphics: This Lot includes the following sheets 3 Bauhaus prints New European graphic from the third Bauhausmappe: German artists.


Produced and published by the Staatliches Bauhaus in Weimar. The portfolio originally comprised 14 graphics by R. Bauer, W. Baumeister, H. Campendonk, W. Dexel, O. Fischer, J. van Heemskerk, B. Hoetger, A. Macke, F. Marc, J. Molzahn,
K. Schwitters, F. Stuckenberg, A. Topp and W. Wauer. Potsdam, Müller 1921, L. Feininger designed the title and designed the font for table of contents, back cover etc.
Sheet 1 of the portfolio 3: Rudolf Bauer: “Bantama” (lithograph
c. 1921, format c. 40 x 31.5 cm); Sheet 3 of the portfolio: Heinrich Campendonk: Seated female nude in landscape with farmhouse (woodcut 1920/21, size c. 22 x 21,9 cm, Engels No. 51); Sheet 5 of Folder 3: Oskar Fischer: ‘Riding Couple’ (lithograph 1920/21, size c. 25 cm x 22 cm); As well as lithograph from the folder “Johannes Itten, Mrs. Agathe and all my pupils dedicated”, 1919, Itten, one of maximum 200 prints, representation size
c. 48 x 30 cm, sheet size c. 61 x 46 cm, framed.

“Between 1922 and 1923, the Bauhaus prints were made at the Staatliches Bauhaus in Weimar. Neue Europäische Graphik «, presenting the graphics of the artistic avant-garde of Europe in a cross-section of many areas of contemporary art. From originally five planned portfolios four appeared with a total of 52 woodcuts, etchings, lithographs and linocuts. The »3rd Portfolio: German Artists« contains graphics by Rudolf Bauer, Willi Baumeister, Heinrich Campendonk, Walter Dexel, Oskar Fischer, Jacoba van Heemskerck, Bernhard Hoetger, August Macke, Franz Marc, Johannes Molzahn, Kurt Schwitters, Fritz Stuckenberg and Arnold Topp and William Wauer. In addition to the artists invited to participate in the Bauhaus prints, the appeal also went to the estate administrators of five deceased: Umberto Boccioni, Wilhelm Lehmbruck, August Macke, Franz Marc, Wilhelm Morgner; except for Lehmbruck and Morgner they are represented with one sheet each. Franz Marc, killed by Verdun in 1916, sent his widow the last unpublished woodcut.”

Quoted after (original in German language): “https://www.staatsgalerie.de/g/sammlung/sammlung-digital/einzelansicht /sgs/werk/einzelansicht /EEFFB9C2996D47FEA15818625F22B9AA.html

Provenance:
Part of a German Bauhaus Collection

Expert: Mathias Harnisch, MA Mathias Harnisch, MA
+43-1-515 60-242

Mathias.Harnisch@dorotheum.at


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