Berlin: Graphisches Kabinett Israel ber Neumann.
Folio. Original publisher's mid-tan heavy card printed folder. [iv] (title; contents; list of illustrations, drawings, and prints; edition statement).
Heft I: Four prints: Erich Heckel, Ludwig Meidner, Christian Rohlfs, and Oskar Kokoschka. With text by Ludwig Meidner, Ernst Weiss, Paul Adler, and Johannes Urzidill.
Heft II: Two prints: Lyonel Feininger, with text by Alfred Wolfensteinand Otto Jarek.
Heft III: Two prints: K. Schmidt-Rottluff. With text by Alfred Newman and Otto Schneider.
Heft IV-V (double number): Four prints: Ludwig Meidner, Christian Rohlfs, Max Pechstein, and Otto Müller. With text by Felix Stössinger.
Heft VI-VII (double number): Four prints: Emil Nolde. With text by Friedrich Mellinger and Hermann Nowak.
Heft VIII-IX (double number): Four prints: Max Beckmann. With text by Max Herrmann-Neisse. Slightly browned.
Heft X-XI (double number): Four prints: Erich Heckel (2), Gerd, Wollheim, and Emil Maetzel. Lacking text by Rudolf Pannwitz.
Heft XII: Two prints: Rudolf Möller. Lacking text by Ernst Steiger.
Folder slightly worn; browned; lower outer corner chipped; separated at spine. Some internal browning; minor foxing to title; occasional fraying and abrasions.
Limited to 150 copies.
Der Anbruch (The New Beginning) was one of a number of German periodicals devoted to Expressionism that appeared during and after World War II. It ran for three issues only, Jahrgang I (1917/18), published in Vienna, and Jahrgang II (1919/20) and IV (1921/22), both published in Berlin; Jahrgang III was never issued.
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