La Femme au Perroquet (Woman with a Parrot)
Blindstamp lower right in margin

Artist: Angelo Jank German (1868-1940)

Title: La Femme au Perroquet (Woman with a Parrot)

Plate: em76

Description: Condition A+

Original Lithograph,
issued by L'Estampe Moderne
Issue Number 19, Nov. 1898.
Printed by F. Champenois, Paris.
Blindstamp lower right in margin.
Signed in the stone lower left.

Presented in 16 x 20 in. acid free, archival museum mat, with framing labels. Ready to frame. Shipped boxed flat.
Certificate of Authenticity.
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Sheet Size: 12 in x 16 in 30.5 cm x 40.5 cm

Price: $275.00


Angelo Jank 
(German, 1868-1940)
A German animal painter, illustrator, poster designer and member of the Munich Secession. He attended Simon Hollósy's private art school in Munich before studying (1891-1896) at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste, also in Munich, under Ludwig von Lofftz and Paul Höcker. From 1896 he exhibited at the Munich Secession and he became a member of Die Scholle, founded in 1899.


A regular contributor to the journal Jugend_ and in the forefront of modernism, he made his mark as a humorous illustrator, portraying allegories and scenes from military life. Jank also designed posters (e.g. Underworld, 1896; Berlin, Mus. Dt. Gesch.). He taught at the Damenakademie (1899-1907).

Having come to prominence as a portrayer of events from German history with three monumental paintings for Berlin's Reichstag building (now destroyed) in 1905, he collaborated with Adolf Münzer and Walter Püttner on frescoes (1906) in the Schwurgerichtssaal of the Neuer Justizpalast in Munich. Between 1907 and 1937 he was a professor at the Munich Akademie. (geni.com)

 Mucha designed monthly Cover

Not unlike the Maitres de L'Affiche series, L'Estampe Moderne was a portfolio printed between 1897-98, published by Imprimerie Champenois, Paris, contained 24 monthly portfolios, with four original lithographs in each. Each commissioned only for this series. Some of the contributing artists included Mucha, Rhead, Meunier, Ibels, Steinlen, Willette and Grasset.