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1920. Very Good. BIERMANN, Georg, hrsg. JAHRBUCH DER JUNGEN KUNST. [Volume 1.] Leipzig: Klinkhardt & Biermann, 1920. The Jahrbuch was a yearly survey of contemporary developments in European visual arts that was published from 1920 to 1924. This is the first issue. It is comprised of many articles illustrated with many quality black and white reproductions, and eight original prints. The original prints include four lithographs, one each by Max Pechstein (Fischerhafen), Erich Waske (Sonnenaufgang), Max Burchartz (Frau vor dem Fenster), and Josef Eberz (Versohnung). three woodcuts, one each by E. Adam Weber (Am Brunnen), Lyonel Feininger (Buttelstedt), Franz Nitzsche-Niitzsche (Lied), and a linoleum cut by Wilhelm Morgner (Bartiger Mann). Also included is a facsimile of a letter from Wilhelm Morgner. XI, 348 pp. Quarto (10 3/4 x 8 un.), cloth-backed patterned paper boards, with printed title on spine. Contemporary gift inscription on verso of Pechstein's print, which serves as frontispiece to the volume, to the Russian-born American sculptor "Miss Bashka Paeff, from her friend Dr. Sundelof." Binding shows general wear and light soiling, and has an abraded patch on lower board. Minor creasing to fore-edges of the first and last few leaves. Internally clean and very good overall.
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