Otto Eglau THE BREAKWATER an Etching with Aquatint in Four Colors 1960

$500.00

The Breakwater. An etching with aquatint in four colors: red, dark brown, black and greyish yellow. Image measures 15 ½ in x 19 ¼ in on a 18 in x 22 in sheet. Titled in pencil, limited 124/200, signed “Eglau” and dated [19]60 in pencil below the image.

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Eglau, Otto. The Breakwater. An etching with aquatint in four colors: red, dark brown, black and greyish yellow. Image measures 15 ½ in x 19 ¼ in on a 18 in x 22 in sheet. Titled in pencil, limited 124/200, signed “Eglau” and dated [19]60 in pencil below the image. Otto Eglau (1917 – 1988) was born in Berlin and studied there at the Academy of Fine Arts from 1947 to 1957 with Max Kaus and Wolf Hoffmann. Copies of this etching are held by the Syracuse University Art Museum, the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the University of Montana Museum of Art and Culture. International Graphic Arts Society, Series 53, March 1963. Slight creasing in the margin of the lower left corner, not affecting the image, otherwise fine condition.

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