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Emil Orlik (1870-1932) "Portrait of a lady", drawing, 1910s 550 EUR - 50% DISCOUNT = 275,00 EUR
Emil Orlik (1870-1932) "Portrait of a lady", drawing, 1910s
550 EUR - 50% DISCOUNT = 275,00 EUR
Emil Orlik (1870 Prague - Berlin) was pupil of Knirr, Lindenschnitt and Raab at the Munich Academy and made numerous study trips, among others, in 1898 to England, in 1900-1901 to Japan, in 1903-1904 to Vienna, in 1911 to Egypt, Nubia, China, Korea, Japan and Siberia and in 1925 to North America. He was a highly significant German portrait, still life painter and - above all - graphic artist. His works are on display in the most esteemed museums worldwide.
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Creation Year: 1910s
Measurements: UNFRAMED:14,6x10,5cm/5,7x4,1in FRAMED: 21,7x16,7cm/8,5x6,6in
Object Type: Framed drawing
Technique: charcoal on paper; matted and framed
Inscription: signed. Orlik
Creator: Emil Orlik
Creator Dates: 1870 Prague-1932 Berlin
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