Represented in this collection by this exquisite small (lithographic ?) print for which she used gold paint. With her print “Ginster” (below left) she took part in the original 1914 BUGRA exhibition in “Das Haus der Frau”. With her partner Martha von Kranz she lead a “Werkstatt” in Munich and is also known to have designed fabrics (examples below).
After living in Hamburg she lived the last part of her life in Munich with her friend Antonie Ritzerow who is also represented.
Her “Ginster” and “Goldregen” prints, cleverly printed in layers to create depth, are reminding of a similar layered botanical design (monstera) by Henriette Manckiewicz. In the 1890s, so long before Henri Matisse revolutionised Modern Art.