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Paintings & Graphics
Executed by Vienna, 1904
Marked Signed top left on the inside of the cover: J. Strejc
Material Cover: stencil print on ingrain wallpaper, 1. F. Dietl, "Julfeier 1904"
stencil print on black Japanese paper, 2. R. Müller, "Pattern"
lithography on paper, 3. F. Dietl, "Two Puppeteers"
stencil print on grey Japanese paper, 4. F. Dietl, "Love"
monogrammed lower left: FD
lithography on paper, 5. J. Strejc, "Nymph and Faun"
linocut on Japanese paper, 6. W. Hablik, "Three Portraits"
linocut on Japanese paper, 7. R. Hancke, "Bathing Children"
linocut on Japanese paper, 8. F. Dietl, "Heaven’s Gate"
lithography on paper, 9. J. Strejc, "Swans"
linocut on Japanese paper, 10. F. Dietl, "Joyful Welcome"
lithography on paper, 11. W. Hablik, "Village on the lake"
linocut on Japanese paper, 12. R. Müller/E. Hradetzky, "Country House"
lithography on paper, 13. W. Hablik, "The Fortune Teller"
linocut on Japanese paper, 14. F. Dietl, "The Artist's Christmas Eve"
stencil print on Japanese paper
Dimensions 24 x 25.5 cm
Provenance the estate of Josef Strejc
Literature T. G. Natter/M. Hollein/K. A. Schröder (ed.), Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt / Albertina, Vienna, Exhib. cat., Kunst für alle. Der Farbholzschnitt in Wien um 1900, Cologne 2016, p. 80 f
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14-page booklet

Artists Fritz Dietl, Richard Müller, Wenzel Hablik, Josef Strejc, E. Hradetzky and Rudolf Hancke created this booklet in collaboration. It was most likely meant only for themselves or perhaps for a closest circle of friends. Our copy comes from the personal property of Josef Strejc. Despite intensive research, no other copy is known to us.

The Yule Festival was originally the Germanic winter solstice festival, celebrated on the astronomical date, December 21 ("Jul Moon"), in honor of the rebirth of the sun. In Northern European countries, the Yule Festival takes place at Christmas. There it is still called "Jul", which is reflected in the English "Yule".

Shown at: Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, 2016/Albertina, Vienna, 2017, Kunst für alle. Der Farbholzschnitt in Wien um 1900

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