Paul Bürck

Symbolist prints



Paul Bürck (Straßburg 1878-1947 Munich)

Hexen (Witches)



signed and dated in pencil lower right: "Bürck 13"

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Paul Wilhelm Bürck, German painter, graphic artist and decorative artist, trained as a decorative painter from 1894 to 1897 and simultaneously studied at the Munich School of Applied Arts. He attracted attention early on with his artistic work, in 1899 being the youngest member appointed by the Grand Duke of Hesse to the newly founded artists' colony "Mathildenhöhe" in Darmstadt.  From 1902-04, he was a teacher at the Magdeburg School of Applied Arts; from 1905-08, on study visit to Rome; from 1908, freelance in Munich, where he organized exhibitions in the Munich Glass Palace and was a member of the German Artists' Association Weimar [Deutschen Künstlerbund Weimar], the Munich Artists' Cooperative [Münchner Künstlergenossenschaft], and the Association of Drawing Artists in Munich [Bund zeichnender Künstler Münchens]; generally, was active in Munich-Neulustheim.

Paul Bürck (Straßburg 1878-1947 Munich)

Nacht (Night)


etching on China paper mounted on light cardboard

image approx. 35 x 20,3 cm (sheet approx. 50 x 37 cm)

dated and signed in the plate lower right: "09 Bürck" 

signed in pencil lower right: Bürck 

signed in pencil by the printer, Heinrich Welleroth, Munich, lower left: "Hein Welleroth Munchen"

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Paul Bürck (Straßburg 1878-1947 Munich)



pencil on laid paper

42,3 x 24,8 cm

signed and dated in pencil lower right: Bürck 29

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The Daulton Collection