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An original signed realist etching of a Dachshund by German artist Kurt Meyer-Eberhardt (1895-1977).

The etching is printed on 300lb hand made acid free paper and is signed by the artist in pencil in the bottom right below the print.

The printers stamp is positioned clearly under the bottom left of the image and just above it sits the edition number 78/100, also in pencil. In addition there is a printers copyright mark in the bottom left corner of the image.

The artwork comes unframed and unmounted however, the edges have been trimmed as if once framed. There is also evidence of mounting archival tape on the back of the piece. There is a slight overlap on tape in some spots however, this could easily be trimmed.


Image Size: Width:10 1/2" x Height: 7 3/4"

Total Size: Width: 16 3/4" x Height 11 3/4"


Overall the etching is in good condition with no spotting or marks. The image itself is particularly good however, there is a little damage to the sheet edge on the bottom of the paper. There is tear in the edge of the paper approximately 1/2", however, apart from that the item is largely undamaged.

Please review all photos as they serve as an important part of our description. Additional photos available upon request.


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More about the Artist:

Kurt Meyer-Eberhardt is one of the most famous and revered 20th century dog artists. He was born in 1895 in Leipzig , Germany and died in Munich in 1977. He studied at the Weimar Academy of Fine Arts, where he became a student under the artists Theodor Hagen and Lionel Feininger. He rejected a professorship in Weimar and went to Munich in 1918, where he decided to work entirely on animal engravings.

In 1926 he held his last exhibition in the "New Secession." He was a staunch individualist who rejected the offer of a professorship in Weimar because he valued his independence too much. The only thing he wanted was to continue depicting his beloved dogs, cats and other animals.

His work has been published by the Hanfstaengl Publishing Company in Munich since 1917. His engravings are still published today at the printing shop in Munich – formally Franz Hanfstaengl, Munich . All etchings are still printed on 300lb hand made acid-free paper, printed by hand from the original copper plates, using the same directions as given by the artist himself.

- rogallery.com

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"Dachshund Head" - Etching by Kurt Meyer-Eberhardt

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An Original Signed Etching of Dachshund by German Artist Kurt Meyer-Eberhardt (1895-1977)