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An original signed realist etching of a pair of young dachshunds by German artist Kurt Meyer-Eberhardt (1895-1977). Such wonderful expressions are captured within the faces of the puppies.

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.

In the bottom left of the image there is a copyright mark of the only printer authorized to reproduce Eberhardt's work. In addition the printers stamp is visible in the bottom left corner under the edge of the image.

No edition number appears to be present.

This piece is unframed however, it has been mounted well on board so the etching remains firm.


Image Size: Width 9 3/8" x Height 7 3/4"

Total Size: Width 14 7/8" x Height 12 1/8"


Overall the etching is in good condition, the image is clean and does not appear to have any damage. There is a small dot near the right edge of the image but that is the only irregularity.

The edge of the sheet does have a little damage consistent with gentle bumps after mounting. There are also a 5 small tears around the edge of the paper, two on the right edge, two on the top edge and one near the bottom left corner.

There does not appear to be any spotting and the artwork appears to be have been stored well.

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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"Young Dachshunds" - Etching by Kurt Meyer Eberhardt

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