Casberg, Paul (German artist of XX century).
Lithograph, watercolour, gouache, paper
The rider with the hunting birds, in a suit of the XVII century. (The beginning of XX century)
46,3 x 47,1
Lower right – Falkener XVII Jahrhundert Aquarell
On the reverse – Falkener XVII Jahrhundert Aquarell Dorschlag verkauft in Berlin 1944 an Klaus-Wieser Kriegs. Köln. Mainzerstr. 7
Paul Casberg was arguably the most talented artist working for The Eickhorn firm. In fact he is responsible for the design of the SA Feldherrnhalle Leader’s Dagger, the Teno EM Hewer, Army Officers Degan, The army Officers Dagger and others. He was also commissioned to design flags and other accoutrements. His work is a huge reason for the amazing designs and collectability of third Reich edged weapons. This Framed multi piece offering is a pleasure to display. Recently professionally re-framed at a cost of over $200, it is now in a frame that compliments the value and character of the piece. The frame is 25×20 with a leather like black frame and hangers in the back. The Piece is double sided. The reverse shows a picture of Casberg at work, an original signature and a blurb: “Master artist Paul Casberg at work in his studio (from the only known photograph of Casberg). Original photograph courtesy of Co. James P. Atwood (Ret.). Artwork by Brian Molloy.” The obverse, or front is an original rendering of Casberg by artist Brian Molly. It is signed and dated ’78. Finally the main attraction, the original artwork for an Army officers degan By Casberg. I cannot express the level of detail and skill in this piece of art. The use of color to show depth and shadows is magnificent. This is truly a special offering that a serious collector will enjoy for many years.
|Dimensions||46.3 × 47.1 cm|
1 in stock