Etching, 1925. A fine impression, printed in black ink on cream wove paper. Dated and signed in the plate MCMXXV / LINO S LIPINSKY Dedicated, signed and dated in pencil at bottom I più sinceri auguri per un felice / avvenire / di Lino Lipinsky / Roma 27 Aprile 1931. With wide margins, minimal faults at the margins, generally in very good condition. To the platemark 360 x 155 mm; the entire sheet measuring 480 x 215 mm. See C. Ratta, R. Biordi, A. Petrucci, Acquafortisti Italiani, vol. 2, Bologna, 1922; tav. no. 113.
Son of Sigmund Lipisky, Lino Lipinsky had is artistic training in Rome, at the Accademia Reale, the Accademia di Belle Arti, and, especially, at the academy founded by his father. As his father, his sister Eva and his older brother, Angelo, Lino specialized in printmaking.