Not known to have created woodblock prints but known as an etcher. Short lived artist and therefore without extensive oeuvre. Her best known prints are “Frühling” (Spring) and “Meeresschweinchen” (Guinea pigs) and were published in 1908, shortly after hear death, as (unsigned) supplements of “Zeitschrift für Bildende Kunst”. She died in march 1908 tragically by her own hand. Her father commissioned a memorial monument, a fountain created by sculptor George Wrba (1872-1939) in Dresden: the Marie Gey fountain still standing to this day.