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Fortschritt I / Progress I

Andreas Paul Weber
950 EUR (€)
1963
Print
Lithograph, an excellent impression on very fine wove paper
49 x 39 x 0 cm
Signed by the artist in pencil
A few minor closed tears in the left margin. Otherwise in perfect condition.
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Paper Size: 66,0 x 53,5 cm / 26.0 x 21.1 in; Reference: Dorsch 712; The first (and larger, and far rarer) of Weber's two groundbreaking "Progress" lithographs, which were among the very first prints promoting ecology and questioning so-called "progress". It has often been suggested that the faun in the foreground might have been the inspiration for Dr Seuss' Lorax (1971).

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About Artist

A. Paul Weber (born November 1, 1893 in Arnstadt, Germany, 9th November 1980 in Schretstaken near Mölln, Schleswig-Holstein) was an important German lithographer, draftsman, and painter.Read More

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Pilar Franquet, 12, Sitges, Spain
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