Semmering (70 km South-West of Vienna).
(18 x 24 cm.)
1914: the year of the Leipzig BUGRA.
Jewish painter and printmaker. Known from less than a handful of fine flower bouquets prints reminding of the prints by Hugo Noske. Fled from Nazi Germany she tragically died of pneumonia while in exile in Paris. Her husband later was seized, deported and murdered by the Nazis. This exceptionally fine, extremely rare and wonderful example was found in England in a charity shop. It will probably have travelled as a cherished work art are personal remembering of of more happy days with refugee Jewish Germans to England.
Like so many fine artists in this collection her name has become obscured in history.