EWALD MATARÉ (1887-1965)
Three prints by the artist
Including: Vier Pferde auf der Weide (Four Horses in the Pasture), woodcut in black and red, on Schoeller paper, 1935, signed and titled in brown colored pencil, from the edition of eight, published for the Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen, Düsseldorf, Germany, 1951; Pferde auf der Weide (Fünf, eigentlich sieben Pferde), woodcut in black and brown, on laid paper, circa 1935, signed in pencil, numbered 121/250, published by Kestner-Gesellschaft, Hanover, Germany, 1953, with their ink stamp on the reverse; Drei Gefiederte, woodcut in black and red, on laid paper, 1963, signed and titled in brown colored pencil, presumably a proof aside from the edition of 50
Largest Sheet: 2038 x 31 in. (518 x 787 mm.)
Mataré & de Werd 327, 328, 411
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