artbma-pdp: When Rodin wasn’t giving the world scrumptious sculptures, he made time to show off his skills in printmaking. Here we see three views of the French dramatist Henri Becque. Auguste Rodin (French, 1840‑1917)Henri Becque, 1883‑1887DrypointThe Baltimore Museum of Art: Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DeVries Beckley, Baltimore, BMA 1986.102
Otto Dix. Self-Portrait in Profile. 1922. Lithograph on thin off-white wove paper. Signed, lower right. 8 1/4" x 5 7/8" (21 x 14.9 cm). Karsch 50.
Otto Dix. Old Woman at the Café. 1920. Etching on heavy off-white wove paper. Signed, lower right, inscribed "Kaltnadel (drypoint) 10/10 I," lower left, and titled, lower left margin. 9 3/4" x 7 3/8" (24.8 x 18.7 cm). One of 10 proofs before the edition of 20 impressions published in the portfolio 6 Drypoints. Karsch 9/a.