Femme Espagnole

Year: 1920

Description: Like many before and after him, Hermann-Paul was infatuated with the ladies of Spain. After the war, he spent a great deal of time south of the Pyrennes sketching people and landscapes that he would later execute in wood.

This two-color woodcut is printed in black and gray on Arches wove paper. It is part of an edition of 6, signed and numbered by the artist. This is just one form of a series of impressions in which the artist experimented with various colors and densities. 

Provenance: Private Collection

  • Jeffrey Fulmer, Lancaster, PA (2007)
  • Catherine Burns Fine Art, Oakland, CA (2000)
  • Venie Galerie de Chartres (2000)
  • L'Estampe Originale

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