At The Gallery

Year: 1930

Description: Later in life, Hermann-Paul turned his attention to the foilbles of the art market. His contempt for artists, dealers and gallery owners is evident in many pieces during this time. In this piece, Hermann-Paul even pokes fun of buyers. The artist tries to display patience with a perspective buyer. He fails in that endeavor. So Hermann-Paul even pokes fun of himself.

Woodcut printed with black ink on wove paper. Signed and numbered in the lower right hand corner. Edition of 25.

Provenance: Private Collection

  • Jeffrey Fulmer, Lancaster, PA (2008)
  • Paramour Fine Arts, Franklin, MI (2006)
  • L'Estampe Originale, Paris, France

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