29 June 2005
Frau mit totem Kind (K. 72; Kn. 81)
etching and drypoint, 1903, on wove paper, Knesebeck's state VIIIc (of X), signed in pencil and counter-signed by the printer Felsing, numbered 37/50, with wide margins, the right edge unevenly trimmed, a diagonal scuff (100 mm.) at the lower right corner of the subject, very pale mount staining, an abrasion and unobtrusive moisture stain in the upper right sheet corner, occasional pale foxing and minor surface soiling in the margins, several creases in the right margin and a vertical crease (63 mm.) at the lower centre sheet edge, pinholes in the sheet corners, remains of tape along the reverse of the sheet edge, old hinges and associated skinning at the reverse of the sheet corners, otherwise in good condition, framed
P. 418 x 489 mm., S. 540 x 708 mm.
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