London, South Kensington
26 April 2001
Kathe Kollwitz (1867-1945)
Nachdenkende Frau (Klipstein 147IIa)
lithograph, 1920, on thin greenish wove paper, second (final) state, a good impression, signed in pencil, published in Käthe Kollwitz, Handzeichnungen, in originalgetreuen Widergabe, by Emil Richter Verlag, Dresden, with margins (slightly reduced), the occasional small tear and soft crease to the sheet edges, some mount-staining mainly at the sheet edges
L. 540 x 735mm., S. 583 x 426mm.
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