Cornelia Paczka-Wagner

Symbolist prints

circa 1899

 

Cornelia Paczka-Wagner (Göttingen 1864 - nach 1930)

 

Der Tod und die Ohnmächtige [Death and the Powerless]

 

circa 1899

algraphie

39 x 61,4 cm

signed in pencil lower right: "Cornelia Paczka, geb. Wagner"


Excellent impression with wide margins.


Condition: traces of usage and stained along the outer white edge; several smaller tears in the edge and corners bumped; labels on the reverse; otherwise a well-preserved copy.



Provenance:


Kunstdruckerei Sebastian Malz (1873-1945), owner of a print shop in Berlin



References:


Die Graphischen Künste, 21, 1898, p. 107 et seq.


Jay A. Clarke, "Cornelia Paczka-Wagner: Representing the Symbolic Self," Cantor Arts Center Journal, Vol. 7, 2010-2011, pp. 76-91.  This print, in particular, is reproduced as Figure 12 and discussed at pages 88-89.





 

 

 

Contact:

 

Jack Daulton

The Daulton Collection

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