A highlight of Art Deco art

Bresslern-Roth, N. von

Pfefferfresser. Tukane. [Tucans].

Published 1929
Item ID 75775

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Wien, the artist, 1929. Single printed linocut in several colours (33.0 x 27.3 cm). Monogram N. B. Roth in lower right corner.

A quintessential Art Deco linocut by the great Austrian artist Norbertine von Bresslern-Roth (1891-1978). Carefully mounted on a printed sheet titled " Jahresmappe der Gesellschaft für vervielfältigende Kunst". The Gesellschaft (society) was founded in Vienna in 1871 with the aim of “promoting all branches of the graphic arts”. It existed until 1933. "Norbertine von Bresslern-Roth is regarded worldwide as the most important animal painter of the present day. In particular, her later works, which are less of a study and more of an artistic nature, are considered unrivalled. With her linocuts, she created outstanding and progressive graphic works of art, with which she was able to position herself in the international art scene already during her lifetime. With her representations she also achieved a great broad effect. In 1952 an exhibition of her works in Graz was visited by the then unimaginable number of 10,000 people" (Wikipedia). An excellent, clean copy.

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