Er hat Hindenburg verspottet (He Made Fun of Hindenburg), plate 11, from the illustrated book Deutsche Graphiker der Gegenwart (German Printmakers of Our Time) by Kurt Pfister

George Grosz, German, 1893 - 1959

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published 1920

Transfer lithograph on paper

Sheet: 12 11/16 × 9 5/16 in. (32.3 × 23.6 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College: Gift of Susan E. Hardy, Nancy R. Wilsker, Sarah A. Stahl, and John S. Stahl in memory of their parents Barbara J. and David G. Stahl, Class of 1947

2014.73.83

Publisher

Klinkhardt & Biermann, Leipzig

Geography/Culture

Europe, Germany

Period

20th century

Object Name

Print

Classification

Print

On view

Inscription

Signed and dated, lower left, in image: Grosz / 20; printed, on reverse, lower left: GROSZ: Er hat Hindenburg verspottet. Originallithographie; inscribed, on reverse, lower right, in graphite: 16223 [circled]

Course History

HUM 1, Dialogues with the Classics, Paul Carranza, Caroline Dever, Andrea Tarnowski, Timothy Pulju, Fall 2015

Exhibition History

Recent Acquisition: The Stahl Collection of European and American Art, Ivan Albright Gallery, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, August 1-December 7, 2015.

Provenance

Davidson Galleries, Seattle, Washington (no. EN0718); sold to Barbara Jaffe Stahl (1930-2004) and David Gerald Stahl (1926-2013), Manchester, New Hampshire, date unknown; bequeathed to their children Susan E. Hardy, Nancy R. Wilsker, Sarah A. Stahl and John S. Stahl, 2013; given to present collection, 2014.

Catalogue Raisonne

Duckers E64

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