Ida Teichmann

Four Lithographs

circa 1917-25 


 

Ida Teichmann (Fries 1874-after 1925 Frankfurt am Main), also known as Idi Teichmann


Three Girls Sleeping


circa 1917-1925

lithograph on chamois-colored China paper

image 16,5 x 30,7 cm; sheet 21,5 x 32,8 cm

signed in pencil lower right: "I.Teichmann"

The Daulton Collection


condition: lower left and upper right corner somewhat creased.



Discussion:

 

"The German Ida Teichmann [was] a very fine artist who specialized in brilliant, realistic pencil studies of young women," often "a supremely sensuous depiction of erotic lassitude."  Bram Dijkstra, Idols of Perversity: Fantasies of Feminine Evil in Fin-de-Siècle Culture (New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1986), at pg. 156, ill. V, 32.  See, e.g., Ida Teichmann 3 on the Symbolismus website, hereinbelow.  She published in the art nouveau periodical Jugend in 1918.  Dijkstra at pg. 191.

Ida Teichmann (Fries 1874-after 1925 Frankfurt am Main), also known as Idi Teichmann


Three Girls Playing a Ballgame


circa 1917-1925 

lithograph on chamois-colored China paper

image 18,5 x 35,4 cm; sheet 23 x 40 cm

signed in pencil lower right: "I.Teichmann"

The Daulton Collection


condition: somewhat creased and slightly foxed in the area of the lower left corner.

 

Ida Teichmann (Fries 1874-after 1925 Frankfurt am Main), also known as Idi Teichmann


Three Girls Playing Outdoors


circa 1917-1925

lithograph on chamois-colored China paper

image 21,8 x 27 cm; sheet 29,3 x 35,4 cm

signed in pencil lower right: "I.Teichmann"

The Daulton Collection

 

Ida Teichmann (Fries 1874-after 1925 Frankfurt am Main), also known as Idi Teichmann


Die Dahingerissenen (The Travelers)


circa 1917-1925

lithograph

36 x 55,5 cm

signed in pencil lower right: "I.Teichmann"

The Daulton Collection

 

            

 

Contact:
Jack Daulton
The Daulton Collection
Los Altos Hills, California
info@symbolismus.com