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Miss Traumerei, Ethel Reed

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Artist   Ethel Reed - View Bio
Title   Miss Traumerei
Date Of Work   1897
Dimensions   8 5/8" x 12 3/8"
Notes   Original Les Affiches Etrangeres illustrees. Presented in a 20" x 16" acid free archival museum mat.
Although set in Germany, Miss Träumerei: A Weimar Idyl was written and published only in America. Traumerei not only is the name of a romantic piano piece by Schumann, but when translated means dreaming. The author is, in fact, better known as a musician than as a writer, having studied under Liszt during the late 1850s, as well as founding the famous Bagby Musical Mornings at the Waldorf Astoria in New York. The image itself reflects Reed's fondness for the then-popular Japanese style of printing.

G. Boudet, Editeur. Justification du triage. No. 281 a 1050 sur papier velin. Printed on fine vellum paper stock in 1897.
Price Category   Category C  View Price Categories
Inventory Number   8979