28 March 2007
Oskar Schlemmer (1888-1943)
Figur nach rechts (Grohmann L 3)
lithograph, 1915-16, on simili Japon, signed in pencil by the artist's wife Tut Schlemmer, one of only a few impressions on this paper (the majority were printed on brown paper), before the poster version with text printed for Kunsthaus Schaller, Stuttgart, (the size of the total edition is unknown), the full sheet, two short tears (28 and 25 mm.) at the right sheet edge, another 15 mm. tear at the lower sheet edge, several long, hard creases, the upper sheet edge cockled and creased, and other minor defects, stuck to the backboard at the upper corners, framed
B. 555 x 360 mm., S. 602 x 435 mm.
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