Pit Morell (1939 - )
Born in Kassel, Germany, Morell is a painter and printmaker whose work belongs to the school of Fantastical Realism. Displaced by the destruction of Kassel at the end of World War II, he eventually settled in Hümme, where he received early art instruction. In 1958, Morell began graphic studies at the State School of Applied Arts, and in 1963 held the first public exhibit of his works in West Berlin. Since 1964, he has worked as a freelance graphic artist based in Worpswede, a small village near Bremen with a long-established artists' community. In 1986, he received a teaching position at the University of the Arts in Bremen.
Auf der Wanderung nach Humi (On the hike to Humi)
Etching, 1969; edition of 100. Image size 8-5/16” x 9-3/4” with full margins. Numbered 74/100 and signed in pencil by the artist in lower margin. Published by Rembrandt Verlag, Berlin. Fine.