Hans Orlowski 1951 "Orpheus Sings" Abstract Lithograph Print
A lithograph after a woodcut print by German artist Hans Orlowski (1894-1967). Titled "Orpheus Sings" and printed in 1951, the print depicts a singing Orpheus playing his lyre. The print is displayed in a gold tone wooden frame with a white mat.
A printmaker as well as a painter, Orlowski studied art under Harold Bengen at the Training Academy of the Museum of Decorative Arts in Berlin. However, his studies were interrupted as a result of World War I. After the war, Orlowski continued his studies under Philipp Franch and after receiving his degree he later taught at the Decorative Art Academy at the Charlottenburg location. Orlowski was a member of the Berlin Secession.
9.75" x 10.5" x .75" (frame).
Scratches to the frame. There are also some chips to the frame along the edges.