28 March 2007
Windmill in Werder (P. W 64)
woodcut, 1918, on tan laid paper, signed and titled in pencil, inscribed with the artist's work number 1850, with the Feininger estate stamp (no. GW 616) in the lower right corner recto, a proof aside from the unsigned edition of one hundred on handmade paper published in the deluxe edition of the periodical Die Rote Erde, Hamburg, August 1919 (there was also an unlimited edition on wove paper), with wide margins, some very minor light-staining, the tip of the upper right sheet corner missing, generally in good condition, framed
B. 179 x 179 mm., S. 316 x 472 mm.
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