Current collections available:
- Intermezzi, Opus IV by Max Klinger: a portfolio of twelve framed etchings with aquatint.
German artist Max Klinger (1857-1920) celebrated for his graphic works, created fourteen major print cycles. One of these is the exquisitely rendered Intermezzi (1881), a portfolio of diverse subject matter including mythology and scenes from the 17th Century German novel, Simplicius Simplissimus. The highly emotional subject matter of these works, often with psychological underpinnings, anticipated the Expressionist and Surrealist movements that followed the artist’s death.
The exhibition includes twelve framed etchings (each 22.75” x 16.75”) and an accompanying essay writte by Joseph Mella, Director of the Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery. The essay is available for each venue to print in its own brochure or as a wall text.
Details: Borrowing museums are responsible for shipping both ways. All framed works are packed in one box. Images will be provided for publicity.
Rental fee: $600 for six weeks
For a list of individual titles in the portfolio and information on loan requirements please contact Maggie Price, Curator of Collections at the Gibson Gallery: firstname.lastname@example.org.