BARBARA SUCKFÜLL

BARBARA SUCKFULL

I forgot to post this yesterday, the first Sunday after the Assumption.

BARBARA SUCKFÜLL (1857-1934?)

And.Today.It.Is.Sunday.Too.The.First.Sunday.After.The.Assumption.Too.And.So.It.Will.Be.The.Twentyfirst.This.Is.Fine.I.Think.And.That.Is.the.Washbasin.You.See.I.Have.Drawn.That.Too.One.Time.Too.And.Then.Today.The.Redhead.Brought.Cold.Washing.Water.It.Was.Too.Cold.What.She.Brought.Today.And.The.Second.Devil.Was.On.The.Lookout.I.Heard.That.Myself.Too.

Barbara Suckfüll (1857-1934?)
Untitled, 1910
Pencil and pen on office paper, 13 x 16 1/2 inches [depicting the patient’s washbasin].
Prinzhorn-Sammlung der Psychiatrischen Universitatsklinki Heidelberg 

One Reply to “BARBARA SUCKFÜLL”

  1. I'd have guessed 'Paul Klee' if I'd known nothing else about these two drawings – especially the second one.

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