Emil Nolde joined the Dresden Expressionist group Die Brücke in 1906, and his passionate paintings and prints became highly influential among other members.
Schriftgelehrte (Scribes) by Emil Nolde, 1911
© Nolde-Stiftung Seebüll Courtesy Glasgow University Library
- etching with drypoint and aquatint
- 44.2 × 60cm
- Art Fund grant:
- £2,325 ( Total: £4,650)
- Acquired in:
- Theobald Jennings Ltd
Scribes belongs to a group of five etchings on Biblical themes made by Nolde in 1911. His subjects and composition often developed out of marks already on the plate and this important etching displays his remarkable style and experimental technique.
Thomas Gibson Fine Art; Theobald Jennings Ltd An Art Loss Register search has been carried out.
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