Paul Herrmann

Various Symbolist Prints,

circa 1896-1920, 

woodcuts, etchings, mezzotints, and lithographs

 

Paul Herrmann (Munich 1864 - 1946 Berlin-Schöneberg)


Die erschrockene Nixe (The Frightened Mermaid),

1896

lithograph and woodcut in three colors on wove paper

22,5 x 16,4 cm (image),  55 x 31,5 cm (sheet)


signed in pencil lower right: "Henri Héran," the pseudonym of Paul Herrmann


catalogue raisonné: Singer 20


Published as an insert in Vol. II of the Parisian art magazine "Le Centaure", 1896, with the publisher's embossed stamp in the lower left margin.


An excellent  impression with a delicate play of colors and a wide margin. Slightly stained in the outer margin, in the white margin pencil and colored pencil annotation by another hand, on the reverse small remnants of old mounting, otherwise in very nice condition. 


Rare to find signed.

Paul Herrmann (Munich 1864 - 1946 Berlin-Schöneberg)


Traum II (Dream II),

1906

mezzotint

39,6 x 29,8 cm (image),  70,5 x 53 cm (sheet)

signed in pencil lower right: "Paul Herrmann"

The Daulton Collection


catalogue raisonné: Singer 122 III 


One of 20 impressions


Slightly stained in the margins and with tiny marginal tears.

Paul Herrmann (Munich 1864 - 1946 Berlin-Schöneberg)


Wehmut (Melancholy),

circa 1920

etching on paper

31,5 x 38,5 cm (image),  55 x 68 cm (sheet)

signed in pencil lower right: "Paul Herrmann"

The Daulton Collection


Contact:

Jack Daulton

The Daulton Collection

Los Altos Hills, California

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