Lina Richter-Spiess, sadly, is not (yet) represented in this collection. Her “Birken” is a proof she was an excellent printmaker. She is represented in the renowned 1904 (!) catalog of Reinhardt Piper with no less then 10 (!) woodblock prints. The Birches was not one of them, unless it is ??.
To know what is or may be “out there” can be of of vital importance to any collector: so here follows…….. with price in (Deutsche Marken):
1: Chrysanthemen (8)
2: Rote Beren (8)
3: Karnaval (10)
4: ?? (10)
5: Tannenwald (20)
6: Einsames Licht (15)
7: Strassenszene (30)
8: Winterabend im Grunewald (30)
9: Berliner Dom (30)
10: Nymphenburg (20).
Dear print lover, passing-by visitor and reader:
While this new gallery-museum site is under construction (being build-up, stocked and arranged) priority must be given to first add all the represented artists in the index with works from the collection and if possible with the examples from the archives.
During construction the site is open to visitors, questions, feedback and suggestions.
Read more about the artists, their lives, families and careers in the new and extensive Artist Lexicon: “DAS HAUS DER FRAU, the short biographies” accompanying this exhibition.
Hundreds of new artist biographies, a private publication in 2 Volumes written conveniently in English.
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