Set of three prints of contemporary reproductions of Aleister Crowley’s surviving works exhibited at his Berlin Art Exhibition at the Neumann-Nierendorf Gallery in 1931. Crowley titled them:
- The Religion of New York
- The Triumph of Mohammed
- The Cat Goddess (This depicts an alternative version of the entity named LAM)
Each of the sepia-toned prints measures 10” x 8” (or 254mm x 203mm) and loosely inserted into the aperture of a 12” x 10” (or 305mm x 203mm) professional fold-out mount. All three prints are in pristine condition. The collector we bought these from believes they are not likely to have been published or reproduced before and are a one-off set, not part of a mass produced or limited edition issue.
The mounts are in very good condition with only minor traces of scuffing and a slight yellowing of the card. This is mainly noticeable around the edges. Each mount has two circular holes through it in the middle of the left-hand edge (because they were stored a ring-binder for years). The ring-punch holes only affect the mounts and not the prints, which are in pristine condition. Bottom right of each mount front is a silver decorative motif. Top right of each mount front is a very small (approx 5mm square) label, hand-numbered 47, 49 and 51. The prints themselves are in pristine condition and deserve to be displayed properly.
Sure to find a home with a serious collector!