The John L. and Roslyn Bakst Goldman Collection of German Expressionist Prints. Gift of the Goldmans and an anonymous donor, 2001
A painter trained in the academies of both Munich and Paris, Corinth is better known today for his printmaking. Following a debilitating stroke he suffered in 1911, the media of lithography and etching became a focus as both artistic experimentation and therapy, often deployed in self-portraiture and scenes of family life. The Goldman Collection, acquired by the College in 2001, includes seven prints by the artist.