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Jahrmarkt: portfolio booklet

20th century

Max Beckmann, German, (1884–1950)

Object Type: print
Medium and Support: Ink on paper
Series: from portfolio Jahrmarkt (Sideshows at the Fair)
Edition: Editions of 75 on Japanese paper and 125 on Japanese paper; this is number one of the latter edition; the portfolio consists of ten drypoints in original portfolio with this accompanying booklet, which includes a title page, table of contents, colophon, etc.
Credit Line: Purchase funds, 1956
Accession Number: 1956.28.1.11

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  • colophons - Use for closing statements placed at the ends of printed books giving details of the book's production, such as the printer, place and date of printing, and author's name. For closing phrases of manuscripts and some early printed books, or of sections of same, sometimes giving details of the work's production, use "explicits." [November 1992 scope note changed; descriptor moved.]
  • political satire
  • portfolios (groups of works) - Use when a group of works is brought together such as to exemplify the work of an artist or student, or if the works (usually by one artist) are issued or housed together in a portfolio.
  • post World War I
  • tables of contents - In written or printed works, a list of the work's parts in sequence, usually with a page number or other symbol indicating where each part begins. [June 1992 descriptor added.]
  • title pages - The pages of books that display the book's title and usually such information as the author's name, the publisher, and sometimes the date of publication. Where more than one page giving particulars of the title are present, that giving the fullest information is the title page. BATCOB

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