Current Inventory by Emil Nolde

Frauenprofil (Profile of a Woman)

Artist: Emil Nolde
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Emil Nolde (1867-1956), Frauenprofil (Profile of a Woman), woodcut, 1917, signed in pencil lower right (also titled, numbered 8, and annotated III.10 lower left). Reference: Schiefler/MOsel 136, third state (of 3). In very good condition, 8 1/4 x 5 15/16, the sheet 11 3/4 x 8 3/4 inches. Provenance: Collection of H. Neuerburg, Koln (with the blindstamp lower left, Lugt 1344a). A fine fresh impression with considerable gaufrage, printed on a thin wove white/ivory paper with a partial circle watermark. Rare in this condition, only 12 impressions were made of this state (and three each of prior states) according to […]

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Abschied (Parting)

Artist: Emil Nolde
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    Emil  Nolde (1876-1956), Abschied (Parting),  etching and aquatint (tonal effects), 1906, signed in pencil lower right. Reference: Schiefler/Mosel 20, third state (of 3). One of only 15 hand pulled proofs.  In excellent condition, on a thick cream/ivory wove paper with full margins, 6 1/2 x 4 15/16, the sheet 17 1/2 x 12 3/8 inches. A fine, evocative impression, printed in dark brown ink.  The composition was complete in the first state but in succeeding states Nolde strengthened the defining lines in critical areas such as the hands of the figure at the right. Nolde’s method of achieving his […]

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Scholars Dispute (Gelehrtenstreit)

Artist: Emil Nolde
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Emil  Nolde (1876-1956),  etching and aquatint (tonal effects), 1922, signed in pencil lower right (also titled lower left). Reference: Schiefler-Mosel 207. In good condition, with very wide full margins (small loss and repaired tear upper left corner, rippling and slight soft folds at sheet edges); matrix immaculate. On an ivory wove paper with the J Zanders 1914 watermark. 12 1/4 x 9 3/4, the sheet 25 1/2 19 1/2 inches. A fine clear and well printed impression. In 1922 Nolde created 21 etchings, his last significant group of etchings. These were mostly compositions of weirdly shaped figures engaged in some activity or conversation, […]

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