5 December 2017
EINSTEIN, Albert (1879-1955) – TURNER, Julius Cohn (1881-1948). Engraved portrait of Albert Einstein signed in pencil by the sitter and by the artist (“Albert Einstein” and “Julius C. Turner”), 1921.
Engraving (250 x 210mm to the platemark). (Slight toning to sheet). Matted and framed. Examined outside of the frame. Provenance: Amsler & Ruthardt Berlin (small blindstamp to lower left corner) – The Helmut N. Friedlaender Collection.
A portrait of Einstein at work, published the year that he won his Nobel Prize, signed by Einstein. Number 11 of 50 copies.
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