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Art : 1900-1940s
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Emil Orlik Aquatint Lithograph of Women looking Left circa 1900 Vienna Secessionist Artist

Emil Orlik (1870-1932) was a major contributor to the Vienna Secessionist movement in Prague and was noted for his portraits. His style was almost a mixture of the Secessionist, Arts and Crafts and Art Nouveau, which may be why his pieces so desired and sought after today. In the early 1900, circa 1903, Emil Orlik traveled to Japan and learned the art of Japanese woodblock. In this piece you can see the beginning of the woodblock aesthetic and technique.
This piece is approx. 15 1/4" x 11 /12" and is in the medium of Aquatint Lithograph.
The lithograph is signed in the plate on the lower right " Orlik".
The piece is framed but is not a period frame. If the item is to be shipped I would suggest the piece be shipped with out the glass to insure the piece will be delivered safely.
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