Max Klinger, ‘Weiblicher Akt in Schabkunst’, 1891, Christie's
Max Klinger, ‘Weiblicher Akt in Schabkunst’, 1891, Christie's

PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE NORWEGIAN COLLECTION

Not signed, a fine and atmospheric impression of Singer’s second state (of three), before the addition of the letterpress text in the lower border, the full sheet, in very good condition; with Gefesselt** *(Chained), plate 11, from: A Life - Opus VIII, by the same hand, etching with aquatint, 1880-84, on wove paper, not signed, a very good impression of Singer's fourth edition, printed by Felsing, Berlin, the full sheet, some skinning and soft creasing at the sheet edges and corners, otherwise in good condition
Plate 287 x 170 mm., Sheet 424 x 317 mm. (S. 271)
Plate 293 x 200 mm., Sheet 627 x 447 mm. (S. 137)
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Please note that the cataloguing for the second print is incorrect. The title should read Gefesselt (Chained), plate 11, from: A Life - Opus VIII.

Singer 271; 137

About Max Klinger

German, 1857-1920, Leipzig, Germany

Group Shows

2016
Harnett Museum of Art, University of Richmond, 
Richmond, VA, USA,
Tell Me a Story
2012
Lentos Kunstmuseum, 
Linz, Austria,
Der nackte Mann