Ernst Barlach. Der Findling (The Foundling). 1922 (prints executed 1921)

Ernst Barlach

Der Findling (The Foundling)

1922 (prints executed 1921)

the artist
Illustrated book with twenty line block reproductions after woodcuts, one line block reproduction after drawing on title page, and one line block reproduction after drawing (duplicate of title page) on front cover
composition (irreg.): 3 3/4 x 5 5/16" (9.6 x 13.5 cm); page (each): 12 3/16 x 9 1/4" (31 x 23.5 cm); overall: 12 1/2 x 9 7/16 x 5/16" (31.7 x 24 x 0.8 cm)
Paul Cassirer, Berlin
F. A. Lattmann, Goslar
Popular edition: approx. 1000 [this ex.]; Deluxe edition with original woodcuts and supplementary suite: 80
Transferred from the Museum Library
Object number
Illustrated Book
Drawings and Prints
This work is not on view.
There are 20 works  in this illustrated book online.
Ernst Barlach has 102 works  online.
There are 5,210 illustrated books online.
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Weyhe Gallery, New York; sold to the Museum of Modern Art Library, New York, 1945; transferred from the Library to the Print Department, 1949

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