German painter, teacher and printmaker
Recently these 3 prints turned up in Ebay: not a bargain but the Leopard sold. The other two were relisted. They were created in 1919 and I think nice enough to share here because of the original approach. I’d never heard of this artist before but in Cologne he was famous enough to be awarded an exhibition in Cologne with a book in 1994. Besides these three prints I wasn't able finding any other examples.
But one of his, maybe most achieved students I’d met before:
very popular for decades and to this day in beautifull and friendly Münsterland (Westfalia) Germany for depicting local scenery, monuments and villages. Evers met Reisdorff during WWI and he encouraged him in making woodcut prints. An advice enabling Evers to make a living from his printmaking the rest of his life. Visiting the great historic provincial city of Münster and it's nice surroundings you'll stumble over his decorative and skillful prints in every antiques shop.
A quick Google survey will turn up many more prints but here're three of my favorite ones.