Hilscher, Kurt (1904–1980). The Pastoral Sin. (1920 – 30 years)
Hand colored etchings, paper
24,1 x 18,7
Lower left – „Die Schäfersünde“ orig.Rad.aquarelliat)
Lower right – Kurt Hilsscher
Kurt Hilscher (1904–1980) was a German illustrator. Hilscher studied in 1924–1926 at the Dresden Academy of Fine Arts under Max Frey and in 1926 under Franz von Stuck in Munich. He lived in Paris from 1927 to 1934 where he was influenced by the work of Ludwig Hohlwein, Jean Carlu, Ch. Loupot, P. Colin, and AM Cassandre.
Since the 1920s, he has been producing attractive etchings and partially Art Deco graphics. The motifs of images appear clearly satirical, as well as circus and burlesque performers. In the following decades, he worked on graphics for advertising purposes: brochures, magazine covers, book covers.
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