Otto Greiner

Study for "The Devil Presenting Woman to the World"

1897, pencil on paper

 

Otto Greiner (Leipzig 1869 - 1916 Munich)

 

study for the lithograph

Der Teufel zeigt das Weib dem Volke

(The Devil Presenting Woman to the World)

1897

pencil on paper

monogrammed O.Gr., dated 6.2.97, and inscribed Rom


Provenance:  Galleria dell'Incisione, Brescia


verso:

Study for the head of woman in the lithograph Der Teufel zeigt das Weib dem Volke (The Devil Presenting Woman to the World)

1897

pencil drawing, verso

The Daulton Collection


Publication History:


Julius Vogel, Otto Greiner (Bielefeld and Leipzig: Belhagen, 1925), pg. 68, Abb. 85 (misidentified as study for Hexenschule)

Der Teufel zeigt das Weib dem Volke

(The Devil Presenting Woman to the World)

lithograph

1898

in pencil monogrammed O.Gr. and inscribed Nr. 35

from the print cycle Vom Weib

Vogel 72

The Daulton Collection


Provenance:


ex coll. Walter Bareiss, New York


Publication History of this impression:


Per Faxneld, Satanic Feminism: Lucifer as the Liberator of Woman in Nineteenth-Century Culture (forthcoming, Oxford University Press)


Literature regarding this print generally:


Julius Vogel, Otto Greiners Graphische Arbeiten in Lithographie, Stich und Radierung (Dresden: Ernst Arnold, 1917) (catalogue raisonne), Nr. 72, Tafel XXIV.



detail 1:

detail 2:

Portrait of Otto Greiner

vintage photograph,

c. 1911

on verso, signed "O. Greiner" and inscribed

The Daulton Collection


verso:

verso with Greiner's signature and inscription

Contact:

Jack Daulton

The Daulton Collection

Los Altos Hills, California

info@symbolismus.com