Achim Moeller Ltd., founded in London in June 1972, moved to New York in October of 1984 as Moeller Fine Art Ltd. The gallery specializes in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century masterworks, and regularly organizes museum-quality exhibitions, including 'From Daumier to Matisse: French Master Drawings from the John C. Whitehead Collection,' 'Howard Wise: Exploring the New,' and 'Between Friends: Giacomo Balla + Piero Dorazio,' 'Lyonel Feininger + Mark Tobey.' Moeller Fine Art is the foremost gallery in the United States for works by German Expressionists and the Masters of the Bauhaus. For more than forty years, Achim Moeller, the gallery's principal,...


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Lyonel Feininger frequently numbered his woodcuts at the bottom center. In his numbering system, the first two digits indicate the year he made the woodcut and the last one to two digits serve to keep count of his production in a given year. For example, "184" means that Feininger made the woodcut in 1918 and it was his fourth one made that year, while "1829" means the 29th woodcut made in 1918.