Franz Marc. Tigers (Tiger). (1912)

Franz Marc

Tigers (Tiger)


composition (irreg.): 7 7/8 x 9 1/2" (20 x 24.1 cm); sheet: 11 1/4 x 14 1/8" (28.6 x 35.8 cm)
Verlag Der Sturm, Berlin
the artist
unknown (approx. 10-15) [this ex.]; 10 signed and numbered, published by Verlag Der Sturm, Berlin; plus an unknown number, printed in black, in the periodical Der Sturm, vol. 3, no. 132 (October 1912); and 135 (including 25 printed by Heinrich Campendonk on Japan paper, 100 printed by Tiegelpresse on "Bütten" paper, and 10 hors-commerce) posthumously published by Roland Verlag, Munich, 1919, in the deluxe edition of the illustrated book Buch der Toten; plus a posthumous edition of 30 issued by Otto Stangl, Munich, and printed by Gerhard Köhler, Baden-Baden, in 1984
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Drawings and Prints
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Franz Marc has 19 works  online.
There are 21,549 prints online.
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Haller, Switzerland; to The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1951.

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