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1920 Kaufmann & Strauss Henry Hintermeister Terrace Lithograph Print

Copyright 1920 Kaufmann & Strauss Co. N.Y. 4960 Print Subject: Young Lady sitting on terrace at twilight with orange paper lanterns in right background, and gardens in left background. Approx. Measurement: 18X24" Printing technique: Lithograph The signature reads “H. Hintermeister, which I found out is Henry Hintermeister The illustration itself seems to be well executed, and the printing seems to be crisp.

Category: 
Other
Condition: 
Excellent
Medium: 
Lithograph on paper
Distinguishing marks: 
C Kaufmann & Strauss Co. N.Y. 4960 Signature starts with "H.H." and ends in "-ster"
Date Period: 
C. 1920
Size and dimensions of this item: 
Approximately 15”X19”
For Sale?: 
No
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MarkBlemish's picture
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I’ll add to this post as I find info. First impression is that it’s lovely and if it fits with your decor I’d have it framed. https://www.brewaf.com/history/sign-manufacturers/kaufmann-strauss/
I removed a link I had here as I realized everything there was from 1906. Will continue looking.
Glad that you’ve found some info. I spent most of today visiting my fiancée in the hospital and described then showed her the pic. She loves it too.

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Thank you so much for your input so far! I did find some more information, as I was able to read the signature more closely. It says H. Hintermeister which I found out is Henry Hintermeister, a Swiss born artists working mostly with lithographs. I did find a photo from and old eBay listing that matches my piece when I type in some additional information, but unfortunately it was in Spanish, and expired some time ago as it’s no longer searchable. I hope this additional information helps, and do let me know if you find anything else!

Best,
Caden

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I do love it so much as well. It absolutely ties in with my decor, and I’ve been looking for a good framer to send it to. I have another Gene Pressler print which I bought with this one that I’ve independently done research on, and I also love that one. The shop I bought them from had dozens more, and I just wish that I had picked a few additional ones.

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Thank you for the reply. I’m sorry to hear that your fiancée is in the hospital and hope that they have a speedy recovery and hospital stay. I did also find a copyright record book from 1920, I’ll try and add the link when I find it again. Thank you again.

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