Etching and aquatint in black ink on ivory wove paper, laid down on ivory wove plate paper (chine collé)
Inscribed lower left, in plate: "Arnold BΩcklin pinx."; lower center, in plate: "Die Todteninsel./im Besitze des Herrn J. C. Schoen im Worms/Verlag von Fritz Gurlitt in Berlin/Gedruckt bei O. Felsing in Berlin"; lower right, in plate: "Max Klinger sculp."
418 x 694 mm (image); 613 x 774 mm (plate); 676 x 874 mm (sheet)
Gift of Jack Daulton
Extended information about this artwork
Jay A. Clarke, “Neo-Idealism, Expressionism, and the Writing of Art History,” Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies 28, 1 (2002), pp. 24-37, fig. 6.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Becoming Edvard Munch: Influence, Anxiety and Myth”, February 14-April 26, 2009, pp. 161-163, fig. 176, cat. by Jay A. Clarke
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