Otto Bacher “Fondamenta delle Zattere — Venice” Etching
Signed in the plate only, titled, and dated in the plate. Bacher left Cleveland for studies in Munich in 1878, and this etching represents his happy experience in Germany as a youth tramping along the Danube River from one small town to another.
After his studies in Munich, Bacher went with Frank Duveneck’s “boys” to Venice in 1880 where he fell under the spell of Whistler. This etching is printed on laid, a delicate process much-loved in the 1880s. This is in beautiful condition.
“View in Venice” also called “Fondamenta delle Zattere”; 7 x 10.25 inches. Etching in good condition and published by the American Art Review in 1880.
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