28 March 2007
Neutralia (Sch. 459, W. 527)
lithograph in colours, 1915, on heavy wove, a rare impression from Woll's edition Ba, a proof without text, two short tears at the left sheet edge with some associated creasing, several shorter repaired tears at the sheet edges elsewhere, very pale light-staining, pale staining on the reverse, framed
L. 530 x 480 mm., S. 890 x 720 mm.
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The title refers to the neutral countries, Denmark and Norway, during World War I. The image was used for a poster advertising a Norwegian exhibition in Denmark in November 1915.
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