Georg Baselitz – HIRSCH I & HIRSCH II

Special Edition comprising a graphic for:
Peintre – Graveur IV
Catalogue Raisonné of the Graphic Work 1989–1992
edited by Rainer Michael Mason and Detlev Gretenkort

Aquatint etching in the format 66,5 x 49,8 cm
on 300 g Somerset white satin
format of the sheet 86,5 x 63 cm
in an edition of 50 copies each
25 copies in red and 25 in black
signed and numbered
1.980,00 Euro each print

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Peintre – Graveur IV
Catalogue Raisonné of the Graphic Work 1989–1992
edited by Rainer Michael Mason and Detlev Gretenkort

360 p., 340 x 245 mm, clothbound with dust jacket, 300 coloured illustrations, texts (German/English/French)
by Rainer Michael Mason

That Volume IV (1989–1992) of the Graphic Works contains works nos. 718–1010. Volume III had ­already established that Georg Baselitz’s graphic oeuvre stands on an equal footing with his paint­ings and sculptural work. It is with the diversity of his different technical approaches and solutions that the artist has not only shaped the medium over the course of several decades, but in its ­unparalleled virtuosity has positioned it at the ­forefront of postwar modernism.