Im Park

Show simple item record Schultheiss, Carl Max (Karl), 1885-1961
dc.coverage.spatial Europe en
dc.coverage.spatial Germany en
dc.coverage.spatial Nuremberg en
dc.coverage.temporal 20th century en
dc.coverage.temporal 1885-1961 2012-10-05T07:32:21Z 2012-10-05T07:32:21Z 1920 2012-10-05
dc.description Two people in a park walking towards a bench underneath some trees en
dc.description Carl Max (Karl) Schultheiss, used the monogram C.M.Sch. The surname Mohn was added to the end of the signature on the etching, probably showing that the work was etched after a work by Victor Paul Mohn (1842-1911) en
dc.description Carl Marx Schultheiss was a painter, illustrator, engraver, and etcher. He was born on August 4, 1885 in Nuremberg, Germany and died in 1961 in Kew Gardens, NY. He was an active artist from 1914 to the 1950s creating landscapes, genre, rivers, and figures. Schultheiss' early art training took place in Germany before he immigrated to the United States sometime in the 1930s. en
dc.description.abstract Mr JA van Tilburg bequeathed his "prentenkabinet" of over 10 000 graphic works to the University of Pretoria en
dc.description.librarian ab2012 en
dc.description.sponsorship Jacob van Tilburg en
dc.format.extent 90mm x 140mm en
dc.format.medium Dry needle etching on paper en
dc.relation.ispartofseries 295146 en
dc.rights Copyright electronic version: University of Pretoria en
dc.subject Impressionism en
dc.subject German Impressionism en
dc.subject Dry needle etching en
dc.subject German art en
dc.subject.lcsh Etching en
dc.subject.lcsh Etching -- 20th century en
dc.subject.lcsh Art, German -- 20th century en
dc.subject.lcsh Dry-point en
dc.title Im Park ge
dc.type Still Image en

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