Joseph Beuys

Schwurhand: Schwan (Museum Edition)

Joseph Beuys (1921-1986) is considered to be one of the most important artists of the 20th century, he had a deep and lasting influence on art and was furthermore a crucial initiator for socio-political developments. The visionary was active mainly in action art - his contribution to the documenta 1982 in Kassel where he began planting 7000 oak trees in the city area remains unforgotten.

But Joseph Beuys also created innumerable drawings, watercolors, woodcuts and collages. His drawings were an important medium for experimentation. The etchings and lithographies presented here are high-quality museum editions - hand signed and numbered, they are available in small editions of 25 copies. Many of the sheets are part of the well-known "Suite Zirkulationszeit", a series of 21 sheets of museum-quality that take up motifs of earlier drawings.

Joseph Beuys
Schwurhand: Schwan (Museum Edition)
approx. 56,5 x 45 cm (convert to inch)
print – lithograph, etching and aquartint
25 (What is this?)
handsigned and numbered (XXV)
WVZ Schellmann No. 361
approx. € 2.605,04excl. tax

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