Sartorius, Malte: The Station – RESERVED


A superb, original and highly imaginative linocut in perfect condition, newly framed. The style is typical of German ‘Expressionism’ and is aproof copy of the Woensampresse, a community of graphic designers and artists founded in Cologne in 1934.

More images can be provided on request.

Artist: Malte Sartorius, (born 1933)

Title and date: The Station, 1960s

Size: 23.0 x 33.0 cms.


Artist description:

Malte Sartorius was born in Waldlinden, Germany and studied at Göttingen and at Stuttgart Academy of Art under Karl Rössing. A revered teacher of graphic art at Braunschweig College of Art for 40 years, he has held over 100 solo exhibitions in public and private galleries in Europe and North America and is the recipient of numerous national and international prizes and awards.

Around 60 public collections have acquired Sartorius’ work, including the Victoria and Albert Museum; Nationalgalerie, Berlin; Kunsthalle, Hamburg; Landesmuseum, Münster; Nationalmuseum, Stockholm; Musée d’Art et d’Histoire, Geneva; Library of Congress, Washington; National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi; and Museu de Arte Moderna, Rio de Janeiro.