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Fritz Tröger – Etching of a Peasant Woman

Fritz Tröger
(Dresden 1894 – 1978 Dresden)

“Bauerin – 1965 ” – A Peasant Woman”

Original Etching, signed in pencil in the margin and numbered 39/50

The German artist Fritz Tröger was one of the artists of the Neue Sachlichkeit or New Objectivity in the 1920s and 1930s.

“I don’t paint what I see, I paint what I experience when I see something. If I don’t experience anything, I cannot paint.”

“Ich male nicht, was ich sehe; ich male, was ich beim Sehen erlebe. Wenn ich nichts erlebe, kann ich nicht malen (…). ”    (A quote from Fritz Tröger, 1974).

Condition: Excellent

Dimensions: 25 X 42 cm (image size) – 33 X 48 cm (sheet size)


Below: A photo of the artist Fritz Troeger