| Martha Cunz (1876 1961) was a Swiss artist who is best
known as a printmaker. As one of the earliest 20th century European
artists to master the modernist woodcut, she was influential on
other artists (Kandinsky)
1."Blick auf den Säntis", woodcut in colors, 1904,
monogrammed (plate), signed and entitled by hand, appr. 30x25cm. One
of her most famous works, which inspired even Kandinsky in his work
"Eisenbahn bei Murnau" (1909).
Ref.: catalogue "Crossing Cultures" Kunsthaus Kaufbeuren.
2. Am Thunersee, 1912. woodcut in colors, noted
Handdruck No 8, left lower side. monogrammed: CM, below signed:
M. Cunz, ca. 24 x 29cm
3. Dämmerung, 1927. woodcut in colors. Handdruck No 18, noted
lower left side. monogrammed: CM, entitled Dämmerung. ca. 27
4. Flötenkonzert, woodcut in colors, 1907, monogrammed in print,
noted and signed. Appr.. 21 x 28,5 cm (print)