"Gelmeroda IX" (1926)
"Gelmeroda XI" (1928)
"Gelmeroda XII" (1929)
"Gelmeroda XIII" (1936)
Gelmeroda, c.1920, Woodcut.
Prasse W237. From the 1958 edition of 300. Numbered 2 in pencil in the bottom right corner.
Image size 13 x 9 1/2 inches (330 x 241 mm); sheet size 15 7/8 x 12 inches (352 x 366 mm).
A superb, black impression, on Sekishu handmade cream Japan, with full margins (1 1/4 to 1 3/8 inches), in excellent condition.
Printed for the Print Club of Cleveland by R. Biemiller and John Luciani of Spiral Press, New York. Authenticated with the stamp of the Print Club of Cleveland and with the stamp combining the emblems of Lyonel and Julia Feininger, lower right, verso; and with the original Print Club of Cleveland Publication No.36 label.
Collections: Baltimore, Bethlehem, Cambridge FAM, Cincinnati CiAM, Cleveland CMA, CWRU, Dallas, Darmstadt BA, HLM, Dusseldorf, Duisberg, Essen, Hagen, Karlsruhe, La Jolla, Medforf, Munich GrSlg, New Haven YUAG. New York MET, MoMA, NYPL, Oberlin, Olcott, Princeton AM, Providence, San Francisco AFGA, SFM, Swarthmore, Syracuse, Washington LoC, NGA, Wellesley, Wupperta, Zwickau.
In 1999 Weimar has been capitol of culture in Europe. In the frame of that the church in Gelmeroda was lightened with different colors as a so called "light-sculpture" in memory of Feininger:
it was so successful, that they kept the project till today.