Köpping'sche ziergläser [art original].

Köpping'sche ziergläser [art original].

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Köpping, Karl, 1848-1914.
[S.l.] : Pan, 1896.
1 print : ink on woven paper ; 37 x 29 cm.
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Unit 32, Drawer 2
Drypoint etching is of two ornamental glasses on woven copper-plate printing paper. Glass on left has two leaves near base with twisted stem and fluted lip; glass on right has twisted stem and long, leaf-like piece extending from near base upwards to bowl, possibly connected to it. Plate is bordered by full margins.
"K" -- initialed on lower left of plate.
"Karl Köpping, Köpping'sche ziergläser, originalradierung, Pan II 3." -- annotated in letterpress on lower left edge of margin.
Thick tissue overlay attached along left edge.
Three smiling figures submerged in water appear on verso, perhaps transfered from ink from another print.
Accompanied with certificate of authenticity.
Sent to photography April 2014 for inclusion in blog post (photography no. 2000019813).
Published in art magazine Pan, volume II, no. 3 (Oct.-Nov.-Dec. 1896) and printed by L. Angerer, Berlin. Köpping's work often appeared in Pan; by 1896, he was an associate editor for the periodical.
Sent to Ariel Bullion Ecklund January 2015 for matting.
A similar goblet, Goblet in form of flower, is in the Museum's collection, acquisition no. 61.3.123. See goblets made by Friedrich Zitzmann and Karl Köpping in the Victoria and Albert Museum for more exact matches.