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Mathilde Ziegler "Esther", 1920s, Rare Lithograph 300 EUR - 50% DISCOUNT = 150,00 EUR
Mathilde Ziegler "Esther", 1920s, Rare Lithograph
300 EUR - 50% DISCOUNT = 150,00 EUR
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Mathilde (Tilla) C. Ziegler, nee Rosenthal (related to Max Liebermann) was born 1902 in Berlin. In the late 1920s she married the well-known New Objectivity artist Richard Rosenthal (1891-1992) but the divorced after a few years of marriage (they stayed in touch though). She studied and painted in Italy as well as in Germany. She was of Jewish heritage, so much of her later art was a reaction to the Holocaust. She was able to leave Germany in August 1939 and went to Australia where she lived until 1946. Then she moved to the USA and taught at Parsons College. At some point she got a degree at Colombia university and eventually ended up in Wilmington, Delawareand was associated with the Delaware art museum (educational programs etc.). She was very involved in the International Organization of Art Educators (INSEA). She worked in various 2D media including printmaking, watercolor, oils and enamel. (All this information was provided to us from one of her female relatives living in the USA.)
Condition: In good condition, unframed. Measurements with mount: 36.7 by 25.3 cm / 14.4 by 10 in.
Creation Year: late 1920s
Object Type: Unframed print
Style: Modern prints
Technique: lithograph, laid by corners on mount
Inscription: signed: Mathilde Ziegler, titled: Esther (artist's proof)
Creator: Mathilde C. Ziegler, nee Rosenthal
Creator Dates: 1902 Berlin-
OBS: Austrian mail refunds cases of loss or damage with maximum EUR 500 to the US (in Europe sometimes more, depending on destination).
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