Beautiful publication in Art Nouveau style, in half-parchment binding and with high-quality handmade paper with watermark on every page
|Publication year oldest item:||1900|
|Author/ Illustrator:||Johann Heinrich Vogeler|
|Book Title:||Dir / Gedichte|
|Number of Books:||1|
|Publisher:||Verlag "Insel" bei Schuster und Loeffer|
Dir. Gedichte von Heinrich Vogeler Worpswede (mit Vignetten u. Illustrationen von H. Vogeler) - Berlin, Verlag “Insel” bei Schuster und Loeffler, 1900 - 64 pp. (uncut) - half-parchment with decorated cardboard covers - 25 × 19 cm.
Condition: Some wear to the binding (water spots), interior with sometimes slight discolouration, otherwise a beautiful and fine copy.
Weight: 400 g
¶ Johann Heinrich Vogeler (1872 - 1942) was a German painter, graphic artist, architect, designer, teacher, writer and socialist. His father had a hardware store in Bremen.
This multi-talented artist became famous for his work in the Art Nouveau style. From 1904 to 1912 he was a central member of the original artist colony in Worpswede. Vogeler was also a revolutionary and pacifist, and a utopian man with bitter experience, looking for an earthly paradise where all people would live together in harmony.
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