Andreas Gering

Various Prints

etchings and lithographs

circa 1916

Andreas Gering (1892-1957)
"Der gute Kamerad" ["The Good Comrade"] 
circa 1916
20 x 14,5 cm
signed in pencil lower right: "A. Gering." 
title inscribed in pencil lower left
The Daulton Collection 

Andreas Gering served during the First World War and was buried after a bomb attack, surviving with serious injuries. The horrors which Gering confronted during the war shaped his artistic work at the time.
Andreas Gering (1892-1957)
"Krieg" ["War"] 
color lithograph on heavy similijapan
21,5 x 27,8 cm (sheet 40,4 x 50,2 cm)
signed in pencil lower right: "A. Gering" 
The Daulton Collection 

excellent, strong impression with a wide margin

Andreas Gering (1892-1957)
"Die Stafette" ["The Relay"] 
circa 1917
color lithograph on firm wove paper
image 23,8 x 32,5 cm (sheet 33,3 x 43,4 cm)
signed and dated in pencil lower right: "A. Gering 17" 
titled and inscribed in pencil lower left: "'Die Stafette.'" and "Orig. Steinzeichung."
The Daulton Collection 

Excellent impression with a wide margin.

In this lithograph, Gering shows Death guiding a soldier's hand.

Jack Daulton
The Daulton Collection
Los Altos Hills, California