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DIE SCHAUSPIELERIN HILDE KORBER

Ackermann, Max (German, 1887-1975). DIE SCHAUSPIELERIN HILDE KORBER. Etching, 1928. A proof before, or in addition to the edition of 200. Signed and dated "Max Ackermann 1928" in pencil lower right. and inscribed "Probe" in pencil lower left, and with the dry stamp "ATELIER SAMMET" lower right. Printed on wove paper. 12 1/4 x 8 1/4 in., 310 x 207 mm). with full (3 1/2 inches) margins and deckled edges. In excellent condition. Max Ackermann studied with Franz Von Stuck and Adolf Holzel. He was a member of Der Blaue Reiter in 1918-1919. He was friendly with Mondrian, Adolf Loos, and exhibited in Stuttgart with Kandinsky and George Grosz. The Nazi's considered his art to be "degenerate;" he was forbidden to teach, and many of his works were confiscated. He had a distinguished career as an artist and educator after World War II. Hilde Korber (3 July 1906 - 31 May 1969) was an Austrian film actress who worked largely in the German Film Industry. She appeared in 53 films between 1930 and 1964. She was born in Vienna, Austria-Hungary and died in West Berlin, West Germany. 

Inv num: 11481

$1800.00

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