Raymer Society Consignment Art Auction

Schultheiss, Carl "In the Evening" 2/50, etching, 1943

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Start price: $20

Estimated price: $50 - $100

Buyer's premium: 10%

This etching by Carl Schultheiss titled "In the Evening, " number 2 of 50 is pencil signed in the lower left and is in good condition. Carl Max Schultheiss, engraver, book designer, and fresco painter, was born in Nuremberg on 4 August 1885. He studied at the Royal School of Applied Arts in Nuremberg and at the Munich Academy under Wilhelm von Diez. Schultheiss emigrated from Germany to the United Kingdom in May 1939 and in March 1940 he arrived in the United States. As early as 1928, Schultheiss was exhibiting with the Print Makers Society of California in their 9th International Print Makers Exhibition, and he was included in the 1930 Chicago Society of Etchers exhibition. He began exhibiting with the Society of American Etchers (then known as the Brooklyn Society of Etchers) in 1940 and, in 1943 and 1944 he was awarded the John Taylor Arms Prize at the Annual Exhibition of the Society of American Etchers. He was awarded a grant from the National Institute of Art and Letters in 1953.While the Raymer Society makes every effort to offer authentic, original artwork it is ultimately the bidders responsible for assessing and determining the work of art’s authenticity, condition and quality before purchasing. Shipping estimates are available upon request.

Condition: good

Dimensions: 16 x 20 x 0.5 in

Weight: 3 lb