Title: Die Maske
Publisher: Carl Sholtze, Leipzig
Publication Date: 1910
Edition: First edition.
Folio, 34 x 25 cm. Twenty-five lithographic plates of grotesque theatrical masks with multiple images per plate with title sheet, and contents loose as issued. Klee, an architect is considered a pioneer of modern porcelain production, and in 1908 served as Director of the Porcelain Technical College. From 1904-1908 he served as architect for the Municipal Building Authorities in Munich. A few plates with marginal creasing, overall clean and bright. Orig. illustrated board portfolio with cloth spine. Very good. Bookseller Inventory # 17621
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