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Catalogue: Horst Keller
Cover: HAP Grieshaber (original woodcut)
Typography: Udo Siebler
Photos: Henry Maitek, Cologne
Overall production: Druckerei J. P. Bachem KG, Cologne
Clichés: Grünfeldt & Trietschel, Cologne and
Graphische Kunstanstalt Aurel Bongers, Recklinghausen (line etchings)
Printed in Western Germany

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German Prints of Today - Deutsche Graphik der Gegenwart, 1963
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