Litho of a face, designed by Bernard Richters in the 1920s. Richters began working on paper at the end of the First World War. He made lithographs, woodcuts, pen and conté drawings, not as designs for his sculptures, but as autonomous works of art. Richters' drawings and lithographs are sometimes difficult to distinguish from each other by the gentle handling of the conté and lithographic techniques. The drawings of faces and masks show emotions and moods in a dreamlike atmosphere. Measurements inside passe-partout: 24,5 cm x 16,7 cm.