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Cello Player, [Dr. Freundlich]

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Max Pechstein, Cello Player, [Dr. Freundlich], 1918, etching and spitbite on Japan paper, The Vivian and Gordon Gilkey Graphic Arts Collection, © artist or other rights holder, 81.81.220

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Title

Cello Player, [Dr. Freundlich]

Related Titles

original language: Cellospieler (Dr. Freundlich)

Artist

Max Pechstein (German, 1881-1955)

Date

1918

Medium

etching and spitbite on Japan paper

Edition

20

Dimensions (H x W x D)

plate: 7 in x 5 1/8 in; sheet: 8 15/16 in x 7 in

Inscriptions & Markings

inscription: For Vivian, graphite, lower left

signature: HMPechstein, graphite, lower right

Collection Area

Graphic Arts

Category

Prints

Object Type

intaglio print

Culture

German

Credit Line

The Vivian and Gordon Gilkey Graphic Arts Collection

Accession Number

81.81.220

Copyright

© artist or other rights holder

Terms

etching

intaglio printing

intaglio prints

Japanese paper

musicians

spit biting

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History
Exhibitions

1991 Inner Visions: German Prints from the Age of Expressionism Portland Art Museum; The Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum; Duke University Museum of Art; Kalamazoo Institute of Arts; Tacoma Art Museum

2006 From Anxiety to Ecstasy: Themes in German Expressionist Prints Portland Art Museum

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