Otto Haeckel

Max Klinger in his Studio,

c. 1910,

gelatin silver photograph

Otto Haeckel (Sprottau, Prussia, now Szprotawa, Poland 1872-1945 Berlin)
Portrait of Max Klinger in his Studio with his painting "Die Kreuzigung Christi" in the background and his marble statue "Badende" in the right foreground
circa 1910
vintage gelatin silver photograph
18 x 24 cm
with photographer's stamp and annotated in pencil on verso
The Daulton Collection

Some light handling marks, otherwise in good condition.


Julius Vogel. Max Klingers Kreuzigung Christi. Leipzig 1918.


The image shows Max Klinger sitting in his large studio room in front of his famous painting "Die Kreuzigung Christi" (today in Museum der Bildenden Künste, Leipzig). His marble sculpture "Amphitrite" (1895) can be seen in the left corner, on the right is "Badendes Mädchen" (1897). 



Jack Daulton

The Daulton Collection