18 - 19 September 2007
Professor Kristian Schreiner (W. 687 III)
lithograph, 1928, on wove, Woll's third state (of five), before the additional diagonal lines in the blank area at the right, signed in pencil, with wide margins, some light-staining, a diagonal scuff at upper left mainly in the raking light, laid onto board, framed
L. 600 x 497 mm., S. 878 x 684 mm.
Dr. Max Linde, Lübeck; then by descent to the present owner.
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