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#611 - Else Lasker-Schuler

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Stunning color sketch of The Chieftain and His Son
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Jewish poet and playwright (1869–1945) famous for her bohemian lifestyle in Berlin, who later fled Nazi Germany for Zurich before settling in Jerusalem. Intriguing and vividly colored pencil sketch of native figures in vibrant clothing, titled at the bottom in pencil, “Der Hauptling und seine Sohne [The Chieftain and his Son],” on an off-white 5.25 x 8.5 sheet, signed in the lower right corner in pencil, “Else Lasker-Schuler.” Affixed to an off-white 8.25 x 11.5 sheet. In fine condition. Drawn during her period in Swiss exile for her financial supporters, Hugo May and Kurt Ittmann, directors of the Zurich department store Brann. Pre-certified PSA/DNA.

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