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Art (1945-contemporary) > Expressionism Otto Dix - Biography

Otto Dix - Lithograph in colors

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Contessa. 1962.
Lithograph in colors.
Signed, dated, numbered and titled. From an edition of 80 copies. On Van Gelder Zonen laid paper (with the watermark). 62.5 x 39 cm (24.6 x 15.3 in). Sheet: 75 x 50,5 cm (29,5 x 19,8 in).
Printed by the Erhardt-Werkstätte, Dresden. Published by Otto Dix. [EH].
• Throughout his entire oeuvre, Dix dedicated significant focus to portraiture.
• The cartoonesque, exaggerated artistic means with which Dix portrays his subject make him one of the most important German graphic artists of the early 20th century

PROVENANCE: Private collection Berlin.

LITERATURE: Florian Karsch (ed.), Otto Dix. Das graphische Werk, Hanover 1970, no. 291.

Sheet in rich colors but overall slightly foxed. Somewhat crimped in places of the right outer margin and with a tiny tear (4mm).
For information concerning the condition, please view the high resolution image / backside image.

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