Since 2003, the accomplished editor Alexander Linn has been following the graphic work of André Butzer. With such intimate knowledge, great care and passion most of all, he now presents the first volume of the catalog raisonné of prints. Graphics are a fully valid part of Butzer’s œuvre from the very beginning and at all times, the prints catch up with the development of his painting in complete independence. Everything is there and decisively formulated. His iconic figures, colors and forms, the basic motifs and themes are present with a clarity only to be achieved in graphic art: From the simplest linocuts to elaborate series in a variety of graphic techniques to the grace and gorgeous colors of recent years. High time for this book, which already is an invaluable reference and an impressive testament to a graphic œuvre with which André Butzer modestly but with the highest mastery inscribes himself in the long tradition of peintres graveurs.