Montag, 11. Februar 2013

Fritz Neumann used the same paper !

Hello !

we made a little step forward in our research concerning RIC :

The paper-stamp "JCB" which is on nearly every print by RIC has also been used by an artist called FRITZ NEUMANN . Obviously Fritz Neumann had a second familyname which is still a mystery for us, as the signatures are very difficult to read.

On some sources you will read that "our" FRITZ NEUMANN has something to do with two other artists called "fritz neumann-hegenberg" and "hermann fritz neumann" - we think this is wrong because of biographical data and because of the so much different directions in their works.

Here are some sample of works by "our" Fritz : (mainly etchings on paper)












A couple of months ago the connections betwenn FRITZ NEUMANN-??????  and RIC were already subject for two posting on "the linosaurus blog" : here are the links to these postings :


http://gerrie-thefriendlyghost.blogspot.de/2012/02/mystery-prints.html

http://gerrie-thefriendlyghost.blogspot.de/2012/02/mystery-prints-continued.html


and here you can see some samples of signatures by FRITZ NEUMANN :









Interesting point could by a collaboration betwenn FRITZ NEUMANN and Rosenthal. This item is a painting by FRITZ NEUMANN on a porcelain plate by Rosenthal :





So maybe these new information could help us on the way finding the name behind RIC - Thanks for reading and thanks for any feedback !





Kommentare:

  1. Send it to Gerrie too...
    JCB marked imprint is not artist or (60's- 70's) time related. It is a embossed stamp which means that it comes directly from the artist his/hers atelier. Mostly handsigned and also (when limited) numbered.
    Han van Meegeren his "Fawn" from 1927 has also the same stamp on his handsigned Lithograph.
    I have both....Fawn and Mother Deer and Fawn (by Han van Meegeren) and Red Breasted Toucan (which the artist is not sure yet but points to Neumann) both with the JCB embossed stamp

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  2. Send it to Gerrie too...
    JCB marked imprint is not artist or (60's- 70's) time related. It is a embossed stamp which means that it comes directly from the artist his/hers atelier. Mostly handsigned and also (when limited) numbered.
    Han van Meegeren his "Fawn" from 1927 has also the same stamp on his handsigned Lithograph.
    I have both....Fawn and Mother Deer and Fawn (by Han van Meegeren) and Red Breasted Toucan (which the artist is not sure yet but points to Neumann) both with the JCB embossed stamp

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