Max Liebermann: Sein Leben und seine Werke. Mit 303 Abbildungen. [With 1 original etching]: Hancke,... Max Liebermann: Sein Leben und seine Werke. Mit 303 Abbildungen. [With 1 original etching]: Hancke,... Max Liebermann: Sein Leben und seine Werke. Mit 303 Abbildungen. [With 1 original etching]: Hancke,...

Max Liebermann: Sein Leben und seine Werke. Mit 303 Abbildungen. [With 1 original etching]

Hancke, Erich

Published by Bruno Cassirer, Berlin, 1914
Condition: g- to near fine Hardcover

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The major work on the German-Jewish artist Max Liebermann.Large Quarto. vii. 547pp. Three quarter leather over paper covered boards with decorative gilt ruling and lettering to cover and spine with plain tan dustjacket, housed in plain cardboard slipcase. Illustrated title page with orange and black lettering. Top edge gilt. Historiated initials and ribbon marker. Contains one original etching by Liebermann, 1913 self portrait, protected by captioned tissue guard. Profusely illustrated biographical monograph on the acclaimed German-Jewish artist Max Liebermann (1847-1935). With 303 captivating in-text and full page b/w offset reproductions of his paintings, two in color, watercolors, one in color, drawings, etchings and lithographs. 20 page index of Liebermann's paintings at rear.Text in German. Slipcase with light wear along edges and foxed. Label on spine of slipcase with chips at head. Light wear along edges of dj with two larger chips at head and tail of spine. Binding with light ear along edges, small chips. Light foxing of endpapers. Slipcase and dj in overall good-. binding in good+ to very good, interior in near fine condition. Bookseller Inventory # 40862

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Title: Max Liebermann: Sein Leben und seine Werke. ...

Publisher: Bruno Cassirer, Berlin

Publication Date: 1914

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:g- to near fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included

Edition: First edition.

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