This wonderful lithographic print was probably created by Leipzig lithographer and from 1893 co-owner of a (one of the hundreds) Leipzig printing and publishing firm founded by Hermann Schlag. How and why this no doubt rare print surfaced in the Netherlands is a mystery.
Nothing further came to light concerning the identity of this artist. In 1918 he lived in Magdeburg and was a member if the German association of lithographers (Deutscher Senefelder-Bund).
Achenbach-Jünemann, Hanna (Maria Johanna) (Dortmund 02-12-1892 - 01-11-1982 Siegen)
Painter, graphic artist and printmaker. Daughter of civil engineer and factory owner Johann Konrad Jünemann and Maria Zimmermann (born Würzburg). Studied 1914-1919 in Düsseldorf “Kunstakademie” where she met her future husband.
Married 1919 painter Hans Achenbach (1891-1972) and had two daughters. As a printmaker known from hand coloured linocut prints.
Her work was very much appreciated and exhibited in Essen “Folkwang Museum”, Wuppertal “Städtischen Museum”, Kassel “Landesmuseum”, Marburg “Kunsthistorisches Institut” and Hagen “Städtisches Museum”.
Member of the Siegerland Artist group (ASK).