Oscar Wilde & Lili Réthi. Der junge König. 1925

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Oscar Wilde & Lili Réthi. Der junge König. Mir 5 Original-Lithographien von Lili Réthi.  Bücherstube Hans Götz. Hamburg. 1925.  Hardcover. ExLibris. und 5 Original-Lithographien von Lili Réthi. Exemplar 50/50 und von Réthi handschriftlich signiert.

Lili Réthi (November 19, 1894 – 1969) was an artist and illustrator. Born in Vienna, Austria, she left Germany to avoid a commission from Hermann Göring glorifying the Third Reich. She eventually became an American citizen. Réthi illustrated over 50 books during her career and her works are included in major galleries and museums. During her early career in Europe, Réthi drew a diverse group of building and construction projects, including shipyards in Hamburg, Germany and canals in Belgium.  Although she identified herself as a Social Democrat, she received a commission in Germany from Nazi politician Hermann Göring to execute drawings that glorified the Third Reich.  To avoid completing the commission, she left Germany by explaining that she had a prior commitment to complete drawings of a bridge in Denmark.

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