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Design  |  Work Designer 
Designed  |  1929 
Production  |  1929 
Manufacturer  |  Simplicissimus
Orgin  |  Germany 
Style  |  Art Deco
Material  |  Paper
Size  |  20,5 x 29 cm
Weight  |  10 Gramm
Lot ID  |  217
Simplicissimus | Litho by L. Kainer |
Work Designer   |  Simplicissimus,  1929  | Sold

Original litho "Borders of Art" by artist Ludwig Kainer, printed in 1929 in the legendary "Simplicissimus" Magazine published in Munich (see more Information below). Original print, no reproduction. Signed within the print plate.

Measurements page: 28 x 38 cm
Measurements print: ca. 20,5 x 29 cm

Comes as full page, not cut out, backside printed. Several small disruptions on the paper borders.

Age-related yellowing of the paper. The paper of the Simplicissimus is very thin, today one needs to be very carefully when handling or framing this old prints. Please see the photos, they are part of the item description. Will be shipped in a secure envelope box.

Work Designer   |

Design by an unknown designer. If you have information about the designer of this item please contact us.

Simplicissimus  |

Simplicissimus was a satirical German weekly magazine started by Albert Langen in April 1896 and published through 1967, with a hiatus from 1944-1954. It became a biweekly in 1964. It took its name from the protagonist of Grimmelshausen's 1668 novel Der Abenteuerliche Simplicissimus. Contributors included George Grosz, Olaf Gulbransson, Bruno Paul, Ferdinand von Rezniček, Wilhelm Schulz, Edgar Steiger, Eduard Thöny, Rudolf Wilke und Heinrich Zille.

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