1926, Lithographs, 17,5 to 31,5 x 22 to 24 cm, all prints autographed, one print min. foxing, mounted in passepartouts, unframed. - Ten prints from a series of 21, published by Bruno Cassirer in Berlin in 1926 in an edition of 400. - Besides Liebermann a. Corinth the most renowned German impressionist artist, studied at the Munich academy a. at the académie Julian in Paris, initially influenced by Trübner, Leibl, Böcklin a. the art of symbolism he developed a free impressionist style after a seeing the artworks of Manet on a trip to Paris aroung 1900, in 1901 he became member of the Berlin secession a. professor in Munich, after a trip to Egypt in 1914 he was conscribed as war artist. - Mus.: Edenkoben (Schloss Villa Ludwigshöhe), Hamburg (Kunsthalle), Hannover (Landesgalerie) a. others. - Lit.: Thieme-Becker, Imiela "M.S. - eine Monographie" (1968) a. others.