Title: "Heart" from the "After Noon" portfolio ,
16 color lithograph in colors on Arches watermarked paper, printed from 16 stones , 1969, signed in pencil by the artist, numbered 40/250 (total recorded edition 291),As published by Shorewood Publishers, Inc., New York, printed by Shorewood and the Wolfenberger Studios, Zurich, under the direction of the artist., ,
Size info: ,sheet: 28 by 21 1/2 in. (70 x 53 cm.) , ,
Framing: offered unframed,
Comments: One work from the set of eight.
Escaping from Germany when the Nazi's took power, Lindner eventually arrived in New York City in 1941, and worked as a magazine illustrator for Vogue, Fortune and Harper's Bazaar. His original art has been described as "mechanistic cubism." with much of his imagery related directly to the "Cabaret-Berlin" culture of the 30's, with harsh, dramatic colors and subject matter that ranges from the erotic to the ironic which was typical of that era in Germany. ,
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