Marianne Britze is not represented in this collection with an actual print. I would be very pleased to find her print ‘Ansicht Bautzen” one day. Her 1924 expressionist view on her native and medieval city of Bautzen, was declared “entartet” (degenerate) by the Nazis, seized, removed and destroyed in 1936 when it was exhibited in Bautzen Stadtmuseum. 

The mustard (below, “Senf”) is what made her fathers fortune and allowed her “Höhere Tochter” (upper-class daughter) and art studies and her later career as an important expressionist artist (see the accompanying biographies book).