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1928 Vienna - 2000 on the Queen Elizabeth II off New Zealand.
«Regentag - Look at it on a rainy day».
1971/72. Portfolio consisting of 10 colour serigraphs with metal embossing, some with varnish and additional glass dust, on various papers. Sheet 2 «Street of Survivors» (Fürst HWG 45) signed by hand, numbered twice 79/300 and 782/3000 as well as two red Japanese inkan stamps. The other sheets all signed in the print, dated, numbered 782/3000, inscribed several times, each with three Japanese inkan stamps, some of them embossed, as well as with the work number. Some sheets titled. Each with the publisher's dry stamp. Loose sheets in original wooden case with colour serigraph cover illustration and metal embossing as well as embossed index on the inside cover. Signed «Friedensreich» on the inside cover and numbered 782/3000.
Complete portfolio from a total edition of 3000 numbered copies. Consisting of «Eyebalance Number Five», «Street for Survivors», «It Hurts to Wait with Love if Love is Somewhere Else», «Exodus into Space», «A Rainy Day on the Regentag», «Columbus Rainy Day in India», «Irinaland over the Balkans», «Regentag on Waves of Love», «The Houses are Hanging Underneath the Meadows» and «Crusade of the Crossroads». Published by Ars Viva, Zürich. Printed by Dietz Offizin, Lengmoos/Bavaria.
«At the beginning of the 1970s, the name ‹Regentag (rainy day)› played a special role. When Hundertwasser named his ship ‹Regentag›, he also gave himself this name. In
Hundertwasser also worked with the German art printer Günter Dietz in Lengmoos/Bavaria during this time, in whose studio the ten serigraph prints of the portfolio ‹Look at it on a Rainy Day› were created. The complicated printing process with a multitude of colour separations, phosphorescent colours or reflecting glass dust layers led to increased luminosity and delightful colour effects.» from: https://hundertwasser.com/news_detail?&news_id=1652286518565.
Catalogue raisonné: Fürst HWG 44 - 53; Koschatzky 44 - 53.