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A black sun - from 'Splendor solis'

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A black sun - from 'Splendor solis'

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A Black Sun - from 'Splendor Solis' , a 16th century German alchemical manual attributed to Splendor Solis (The Splendour of the Sun) attributed to 'Salomon Trismosin'. This edition (probably 19th century ) is in the Wellcome Collection.

Based on an original watercolour illustration from Splendor Solis ('The Splendour of the Sun'), a German alchemical manual dating from around 1582.

The original of Splendor Solis, which contained seven chapters, appeared in Augsburg. The author of the manuscript was considered to be the legendary Salomon Trismosin, allegedly the teacher of Paracelsus, though the name is believed to be a pseudonym. The work consists of a sequence of 22 elaborate images, set in ornamental borders and niches. The symbolic process shows the classical alchemical death and rebirth of the king, and incorporates a series of seven flasks, each associated with one of the then-known planets. Within the flasks a process is shown involving the transformation of bird and animal symbols into the Queen and King, the white and the red tincture. Although the style of the Splendor Solis illuminations suggest an earlier date, they are clearly of the 16th century.

- Wikipedia

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    Gustav Mahler, Premiere of Eighth Symphony by Alfred Roller - 1910

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    Gustav Mahler, Premiere of Eighth Symphony by Alfred Roller - 1910

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    Alfred Roller : Gustav Mahler, Uraufführung der VIII Symphonie (Gustav Mahler, Premiere of Eighth Symphony) - Poster for world premiere of Gustav Mahler’s 8th Symphony in Der neue Musik Festhalle, Munich, Germany - 1910

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    Cigaretten Laferme by Fritz Rehm - 1898

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    Cigaretten Laferme by Fritz Rehm - 1898

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    Cigaretten Laferme - Dresden -  print of a poster by Fritz Rehm - 1898

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    Cyklop by Adolph Friedländer - 1907

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    Cyklop by Adolph Friedländer - 1907
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    Rosehips (Hagebutten) by Christian Rohlfs - 1915

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    Rosehips (Hagebutten) by Christian Rohlfs - 1915

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    Christian Rohlfs (German, 1849 – 1938) :  Rosehips (Hagebutten), 1915.  Aquarelle on paper Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Germany. 

    In 1937 Nazis expelled him from the Prussian Academy of Arts, condemned him as degenerate, and removed 412 of his works from public collections.


    £160.00 GBP

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    Sun . Papierlaternen-Fabrik Riethmüller, Manufacturer’s catalogue

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    The Sun - Papierlaternen-Fabrik Riethmüller, Manufacturer’s catalogue, Germany, Kirchheim-Teck , ca. 1880, Artist unknown. Chromolithograph. The Metropolitan Museum of Art , NY.

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      Wolff & Co by Ludwig Hohlwein - 1912

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      Wolff & Co by Ludwig Hohlwein - 1912

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      Ludwig Hohlwein Wolff & Co - 1912. Poster for guns and ammunition.

      Ludwig Hohlwein (27 July 1874 in Wiesbaden – 15 September 1949 in Berchtesgaden) was a German poster artist, a pioneer of the Sachplakat style. He trained and practiced as an architect in Munich until 1911, when he moved to Berlin and switched to poster design. 


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      Dreipunkt Cigarettes by Carl Kunze - 1913

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      Dreipunkt Cigarettes by Carl Kunze - 1913

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      Dreipunkt Cigarettes by Carl Kunze - 1913.

      Carl Kunze was born in 1884 and was active as a poster designer in Germany.

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      Brunnhild by Gaston Bussiere - 1899

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      Brunnhild, 1899 by Gaston Bussiere (French, 1862-1929).

      Brunhild, also known as Brunhilda or Brynhild (Old Norse: Brynhildr [ˈbrynˌhildz̠], Middle High German: Brünhilt, Modern German: Brünhild or Brünhilde), is a female character from Germanic heroic legend.

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      Poster for the 1st Exhibition of the 'Phalanx' by Vasily Kandinsky - 1901

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      Poster for the 1st Exhibition of the 'Phalanx' by Vasily Kandinsky - 1901.

      Phalanx was an association of artists formed in Munich in 1901. The Phalanx group were opposed to old fashioned and conservative viewpoints in art. Founding members were Wassily Kandinsky, Rolf Niczky, Waldemar Hecker, and Wilhelm Hüsgen. Kandinsky was elected president of the association and also became the director of the Phalanx School of Painting.

      The group organized twelve exhibitions between 1901 and 1904 which in addition to those of its members, featured works by Claude Monet, Jugendstil (Art Nouveau) artists, Symbolists and Post-Impressionist artists Paul Signac, Félix Vallotton and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.


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      Baden Baden by Frank Newbould - c. 1930

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      Baden Baden by Frank Newbould - c. 1930

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      Baden Baden by Frank Newbould - c. 1930


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      Die Kunst der Nadel by Frau Anita Müller - 1916

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      Die Kunst der Nadel by Frau Anita Müller - 1916

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      Die Kunst der Nadel - Ausstellung der Arbeitsschule der Frau Anita Müller 1916 (The art of the needle - exhibition of the work school of Mrs. Anita Müller)


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      Ausstellung Moderner Verkehrsmittel by Julius Klinger - 1909

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      Ausstellung moderner Verkehrsmittel by Julius Klinger - 1909 (Exhibition of modern means of transport)


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      Third German Decorative Arts Exhibition by Otto Gussmann - 1906

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      Otto Gussmann Poster for the Third German Decorative Arts Exhibition (Dritte Deutsche Kunstgewerbe Ausstellung) 1906

       

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      Zoologischer Garten München by Ludwig Hohlwein - 1912

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      Zoologischer Garten München by Ludwig Hohlwein - 1912

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      Ludwig Hohlwein - Zoologischer Garten München, 1912

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      Angel in the Snow by Georg Tippel

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      Angel in the Snow by Georg Tippel

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      Angel in the Snow - Date unknown by Georg Tippel (German, 1875-1915)

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      Device for Keeping Eyes Shut by Georg Bartisch - c. 1583

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      Device for Keeping Eyes Shut by Georg Bartisch - c. 1583

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      Images from Ophthalmodouleia - 1583 by by German physician Georg Bartisch (1535–1607).

      This Greek word means 'the service of the eyes', literally 'eye-service', although it can also be translated as 'when the eye is upon you', as in Ephesians 6:6 when it is usually read in the sense of 'under observation'.

      Oφθαλμοδουλεια is an important work for several reasons. At a time when most scholarly works were still written in Latin, and the lingua franca of scholars all over Europe, rather than the vernacular, it was written and published in the author’s native German. The work was printed in 1583 by Matthes Stockel of Dresden at Bartisch’s own expense. It was the first systematic work in ocular disease being logically arranged, beginning with the anatomy of the head and eye and progressing to more specific treatments for strabismus, cataracts (distinguishing between the six different types), trachoma, external growths on the lids, injuries and foreign bodies. It is extremely well illustrated, containing 91 full page wood cuts, produced by Hans Hewamaul but thought to be based on Bartisch’s own watercolours. The illustrations cover eye defects, surgical instruments and methods of curing diseases and injuries of the eye. They are very detailed and in several cases use an overlay technique which enables the reader to 'dissect' parts of the head or eye by lifting up successive flaps. The book was intended for the information of both laymen and surgeons and as Daniel M Albert has suggested, its very completeness documents George Bartisch’s right to be styled 'the founder of modern ophthalmology'. - College of Optometrists

       

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      Ophthalmodouleia by Georg Bartisch - c. 1583

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      Ophthalmodouleia by Georg Bartisch - c. 1583

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      Illustration from Ophthalmodouleia by Bartisch, George - c. 1583

      This Greek word means 'the service of the eyes', literally 'eye-service', although it can also be translated as 'when the eye is upon you', as in Ephesians 6:6 when it is usually read in the sense of 'under observation'. 

      Oφθαλμοδουλεια is an important work for several reasons. At a time when most scholarly works were still written in Latin, and the lingua franca of scholars all over Europe, rather than the vernacular, it was written and published in the author’s native German. The work was printed in 1583 by Matthes Stockel of Dresden at Bartisch’s own expense. It was the first systematic work in ocular disease being logically arranged, beginning with the anatomy of the head and eye and progressing to more specific treatments for strabismus, cataracts (distinguishing between the six different types), trachoma, external growths on the lids, injuries and foreign bodies. It is extremely well illustrated, containing 91 full page wood cuts, produced by Hans Hewamaul but thought to be based on Bartisch’s own watercolours. The illustrations cover eye defects, surgical instruments and methods of curing diseases and injuries of the eye. They are very detailed and in several cases use an overlay technique which enables the reader to 'dissect' parts of the head or eye by lifting up successive flaps. The book was intended for the information of both laymen and surgeons and as Daniel M Albert has suggested, its very completeness documents George Bartisch’s right to be styled 'the founder of modern ophthalmology'. - College of Optometrists

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      Man with Metal Clamps on his Eyelids by Georg Bartisch - c. 1583

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      Illustration from Ophthalmodouleia by Bartisch, George - c. 1583.
      This Greek word means 'the service of the eyes', literally 'eye-service', although it can also be translated as 'when the eye is upon you', as in Ephesians 6:6 when it is usually read in the sense of 'under observation'.Oφθαλμοδουλεια is an important work for several reasons. At a time when most scholarly works were still written in Latin, and the lingua franca of scholars all over Europe, rather than the vernacular, it was written and published in the author’s native German. The work was printed in 1583 by Matthes Stockel of Dresden at Bartisch’s own expense. It was the first systematic work in ocular disease being logically arranged, beginning with the anatomy of the head and eye and progressing to more specific treatments for strabismus, cataracts (distinguishing between the six different types), trachoma, external growths on the lids, injuries and foreign bodies. It is extremely well illustrated, containing 91 full page wood cuts, produced by Hans Hewamaul but thought to be based on Bartisch’s own watercolours. The illustrations cover eye defects, surgical instruments and methods of curing diseases and injuries of the eye. They are very detailed and in several cases use an overlay technique which enables the reader to 'dissect' parts of the head or eye by lifting up successive flaps. The book was intended for the information of both laymen and surgeons and as Daniel M Albert has suggested, its very completeness documents George Bartisch’s right to be styled 'the founder of modern ophthalmology'. - College of Optometrists
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      Illustration from Georg Bartisch's Ophthalmodouleia - 1583

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      Illustration from Georg Bartisch's Ophthalmodouleia - 1583

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      Images from Ophthalmodouleia - 1583 by by German physician Georg Bartisch (1535–1607).
      This Greek word means 'the service of the eyes', literally 'eye-service', although it can also be translated as 'when the eye is upon you', as in Ephesians 6:6 when it is usually read in the sense of 'under observation'.Oφθαλμοδουλεια is an important work for several reasons. At a time when most scholarly works were still written in Latin, and the lingua franca of scholars all over Europe, rather than the vernacular, it was written and published in the author’s native German. The work was printed in 1583 by Matthes Stockel of Dresden at Bartisch’s own expense. It was the first systematic work in ocular disease being logically arranged, beginning with the anatomy of the head and eye and progressing to more specific treatments for strabismus, cataracts (distinguishing between the six different types), trachoma, external growths on the lids, injuries and foreign bodies. It is extremely well illustrated, containing 91 full page wood cuts, produced by Hans Hewamaul but thought to be based on Bartisch’s own watercolours. The illustrations cover eye defects, surgical instruments and methods of curing diseases and injuries of the eye. They are very detailed and in several cases use an overlay technique which enables the reader to 'dissect' parts of the head or eye by lifting up successive flaps. The book was intended for the information of both laymen and surgeons and as Daniel M Albert has suggested, its very completeness documents George Bartisch’s right to be styled 'the founder of modern ophthalmology'. - College of Optometrists 
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      Ophthalmodouleia by Georg Bartisch - 1583

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      Ophthalmodouleia by Georg Bartisch - 1583

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      Image from Ophthalmodouleia - 1583 by by German physician Georg Bartisch (1535–1607).

      This Greek word means 'the service of the eyes', literally 'eye-service', although it can also be translated as 'when the eye is upon you', as in Ephesians 6:6 when it is usually read in the sense of 'under observation'.

      Oφθαλμοδουλεια is an important work for several reasons. At a time when most scholarly works were still written in Latin, and the lingua franca of scholars all over Europe, rather than the vernacular, it was written and published in the author’s native German. The work was printed in 1583 by Matthes Stockel of Dresden at Bartisch’s own expense. It was the first systematic work in ocular disease being logically arranged, beginning with the anatomy of the head and eye and progressing to more specific treatments for strabismus, cataracts (distinguishing between the six different types), trachoma, external growths on the lids, injuries and foreign bodies. It is extremely well illustrated, containing 91 full page wood cuts, produced by Hans Hewamaul but thought to be based on Bartisch’s own watercolours. The illustrations cover eye defects, surgical instruments and methods of curing diseases and injuries of the eye. They are very detailed and in several cases use an overlay technique which enables the reader to 'dissect' parts of the head or eye by lifting up successive flaps. The book was intended for the information of both laymen and surgeons and as Daniel M Albert has suggested, its very completeness documents George Bartisch’s right to be styled 'the founder of modern ophthalmology'. - College of Optometrists

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      Illustration of Eye Disease Georg Bartisch - c. 1583

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      Illustration of Eye Disease Georg Bartisch - c. 1583

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      Images from Ophthalmodouleia - 1583 by by German physician Georg Bartisch (1535–1607). 
      This Greek word means 'the service of the eyes', literally 'eye-service', although it can also be translated as 'when the eye is upon you', as in Ephesians 6:6 when it is usually read in the sense of 'under observation'.Oφθαλμοδουλεια is an important work for several reasons. At a time when most scholarly works were still written in Latin, and the lingua franca of scholars all over Europe, rather than the vernacular, it was written and published in the author’s native German. The work was printed in 1583 by Matthes Stockel of Dresden at Bartisch’s own expense. It was the first systematic work in ocular disease being logically arranged, beginning with the anatomy of the head and eye and progressing to more specific treatments for strabismus, cataracts (distinguishing between the six different types), trachoma, external growths on the lids, injuries and foreign bodies. It is extremely well illustrated, containing 91 full page wood cuts, produced by Hans Hewamaul but thought to be based on Bartisch’s own watercolours. The illustrations cover eye defects, surgical instruments and methods of curing diseases and injuries of the eye. They are very detailed and in several cases use an overlay technique which enables the reader to 'dissect' parts of the head or eye by lifting up successive flaps. The book was intended for the information of both laymen and surgeons and as Daniel M Albert has suggested, its very completeness documents George Bartisch’s right to be styled 'the founder of modern ophthalmology'. - College of Optometrists
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      Treating Eye Disease from Ophthalmodouleia by Georg Bartisch - 1583

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      Image from Ophthalmodouleia - 1583 by by German physician Georg Bartisch (1535–1607).

      This Greek word means 'the service of the eyes', literally 'eye-service', although it can also be translated as 'when the eye is upon you', as in Ephesians 6:6 when it is usually read in the sense of 'under observation'.

      Oφθαλμοδουλεια is an important work for several reasons. At a time when most scholarly works were still written in Latin, and the lingua franca of scholars all over Europe, rather than the vernacular, it was written and published in the author’s native German. The work was printed in 1583 by Matthes Stockel of Dresden at Bartisch’s own expense. It was the first systematic work in ocular disease being logically arranged, beginning with the anatomy of the head and eye and progressing to more specific treatments for strabismus, cataracts (distinguishing between the six different types), trachoma, external growths on the lids, injuries and foreign bodies. It is extremely well illustrated, containing 91 full page wood cuts, produced by Hans Hewamaul but thought to be based on Bartisch’s own watercolours. The illustrations cover eye defects, surgical instruments and methods of curing diseases and injuries of the eye. They are very detailed and in several cases use an overlay technique which enables the reader to 'dissect' parts of the head or eye by lifting up successive flaps. The book was intended for the information of both laymen and surgeons and as Daniel M Albert has suggested, its very completeness documents George Bartisch’s right to be styled 'the founder of modern ophthalmology'. - College of Optometrists


      £40.00 GBP

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      Eye Disease Treatment from Ophthalmodouleia by Georg Bartisch - 1583

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      Image from Ophthalmodouleia - 1583 by by German physician Georg Bartisch (1535–1607).

      This Greek word means 'the service of the eyes', literally 'eye-service', although it can also be translated as 'when the eye is upon you', as in Ephesians 6:6 when it is usually read in the sense of 'under observation'.

      Oφθαλμοδουλεια is an important work for several reasons. At a time when most scholarly works were still written in Latin, and the lingua franca of scholars all over Europe, rather than the vernacular, it was written and published in the author’s native German. The work was printed in 1583 by Matthes Stockel of Dresden at Bartisch’s own expense. It was the first systematic work in ocular disease being logically arranged, beginning with the anatomy of the head and eye and progressing to more specific treatments for strabismus, cataracts (distinguishing between the six different types), trachoma, external growths on the lids, injuries and foreign bodies. It is extremely well illustrated, containing 91 full page wood cuts, produced by Hans Hewamaul but thought to be based on Bartisch’s own watercolours. The illustrations cover eye defects, surgical instruments and methods of curing diseases and injuries of the eye. They are very detailed and in several cases use an overlay technique which enables the reader to 'dissect' parts of the head or eye by lifting up successive flaps. The book was intended for the information of both laymen and surgeons and as Daniel M Albert has suggested, its very completeness documents George Bartisch’s right to be styled 'the founder of modern ophthalmology'. - College of Optometrists

       

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      Conditions of the Eye from Ophthalmodouleia by Georg Bartisch - 1583

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      Images from Ophthalmodouleia - 1583 by by German physician Georg Bartisch (1535–1607).

      This Greek word means 'the service of the eyes', literally 'eye-service', although it can also be translated as 'when the eye is upon you', as in Ephesians 6:6 when it is usually read in the sense of 'under observation'.

      Oφθαλμοδουλεια is an important work for several reasons. At a time when most scholarly works were still written in Latin, and the lingua franca of scholars all over Europe, rather than the vernacular, it was written and published in the author’s native German. The work was printed in 1583 by Matthes Stockel of Dresden at Bartisch’s own expense. It was the first systematic work in ocular disease being logically arranged, beginning with the anatomy of the head and eye and progressing to more specific treatments for strabismus, cataracts (distinguishing between the six different types), trachoma, external growths on the lids, injuries and foreign bodies. It is extremely well illustrated, containing 91 full page wood cuts, produced by Hans Hewamaul but thought to be based on Bartisch’s own watercolours. The illustrations cover eye defects, surgical instruments and methods of curing diseases and injuries of the eye. They are very detailed and in several cases use an overlay technique which enables the reader to 'dissect' parts of the head or eye by lifting up successive flaps. The book was intended for the information of both laymen and surgeons and as Daniel M Albert has suggested, its very completeness documents George Bartisch’s right to be styled 'the founder of modern ophthalmology'. - College of Optometrists

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      Batschari Cigaretten by Robert L. Leonard - 1924

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      Batschari Cigaretten by Robert L. Leonard - 1924

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      Robert L. Leonard - Batschari Cigaretten. Aus der Wochenschrift für Kunst und Leben 'Jugend' Nr. 45, 1924.

      The Zigarettenfabrik A. Batschari was a German cigar and cigarette manufacturer established in 1834 in Baden-Baden by August Batscharis.

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      Poster for the Magazine Jugend by Ludwig von Zumbusch - 1896

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      Poster for the Magazine Jugend by Ludwig von Zumbusch - 1896

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      Poster for the magazine Jugend, Ludwig von Zumbusch, 1896.

      Ludwig von Zumbusch was a German realist painter and illustrator. Born on July 17, 1861 in Munich, Germany to the sculptor Caspar Ritter von Zumbusch, he went on to study at the Academy of Fine Arts in both Vienna and Munich.

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      Jugend (German: "Youth") (1896-1940) was an influential German arts magazine. Founded in Munich by Georg Hirth who edited it until his death in 1916, the weekly was originally intended to showcase German Arts and Crafts, but became famous for showcasing the German version of Art Nouveau instead. It was also famed for its "shockingly brilliant covers and radical editorial tone" and for its avant-garde influence on German arts and culture for decades, ultimately launching the eponymous Jugendstil ("Youth Style") movement in Munich, Weimar and Germany's Darmstadt Artists' Colony.

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      C. Bechstein Pianos - c. 1920

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      C. Bechstein Pianos - c. 1920

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      Advertisement Poster for the German Piano Manufacturer C. Bechstein published around 1920.

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      Poster for SIRIS extract by Edmund Edel - 1901

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      Poster for SIRIS extract by Edmund Edel - 1901

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      Edmund Edel poster for SIRIS extract - 1901.

      Edmund Albert Edel was a German caricaturist, illustrator, writer and film director.

      £30.00 GBP

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      Plakat für die erste Ausstellung der Neuen Künstlervereinigung München by Wassily Kandinsky - 1909

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      Plakat für die erste Ausstellung der Neuen Künstlervereinigung München by Wassily Kandinsky, 1909

       



      £120.00 GBP

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      Invitation to an Exhibition of the Artists' Group Brücke by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner - 1906

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      Invitation to an Exhibition of the Artists' Group Brücke by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner - 1906

       






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      Hills and Ploughed Fields near Dresden Caspar David Friedrich - 1825

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      Hills and Ploughed Fields near Dresden by Caspar David Friedrich - 1825

       

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      Schichtl Puppet Theatre by Adolph Friedländer - c. 1908.

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      Schichtl Puppet Theatre by Adolph Friedländer - c. 1908.

      "Schichtl's Marionetten-Varieté-Theater - Germany's largest and most distinguished family theater - Without competition in Europe - Own light center - Own theater band "(original title), around 1908.

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      Ernesto Mephisto, Equilibrist Phantasist by Adolph Friedländer - 1889

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      Ernesto Mephisto - equilibrist phantasist - B F_ Author Circo Price Lithographie V. - Adolph Friedländer (Hamburg), 1889.

       

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      Miss Ellen - Property of the showman Paul Bergmann by Adolph Friedländer - c. 1907

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      Miss Ellen - Property of the showman Paul Bergmann by Adolph Friedländer. The door of which is labeled "6 horses 42 men".

      £120.00 GBP

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      Rosa Wedsted, The tallest, youngest and most beautiful giantess who ever lived by Adolph Friedländer - 1907

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      Rosa Wedsted. The tallest, youngest and most beautiful giantess who ever lived by Adolph Friedländer - 1907.

      The tall Rosa Wedstedt probably came from Finland and was about 2.20 m tall. Here she is shown in different situations of everyday life. Her problems with furniture and doors that are too small for her are described in rhymes:
      "When I have to put my hat on, kneeling down makes a lot of annoyance."
      "The sofa is much too small for me / resting on it will be a pain."
      "Washing hands is not a pleasure when you have to bend down so much."
      "The chair, the table, the coffee dishes. Everything is too small, believe me."
      "You would have to see my cloakroom door, two feet higher to go through."
      "I don't like looking in the toilet mirror at all." - Via

       


      £110.00 GBP

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      Die Gartenlaube (The Garden Arbor) by Ernst Keil's Nachfolger - 1879

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      Die Gartenlaube (The Garden Arbor) by Ernst Keil's Nachfolger - 1879. 

      Bild aus Seite 733 in "Die Gartenlaube". Image from page 733 of journal Die Gartenlaube, 1879.

       

      £45.00 GBP

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      Charlie Chaplin in Guldfeber, Poster - 1925

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      Poster featuring Charlie Chaplin Guldfeber (The Gold Rush) - a 1925 American comedy film written, produced, and directed by Charlie Chaplin.

      The film also stars Chaplin in his Little Tramp persona, Georgia Hale, Mack Swain, Tom Murray, Henry Bergman, and Malcolm Waite.

      £40.00 GBP

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      Death with a Coffin by Christian Rohlfs - undated

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      Death with a Coffin (Tod mit Sarg) by Christian Rohlfs, German, 1849–1938, woodcut on paper - undated.


      £85.00 GBP

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      Poster for Zeiss Feldstecher Binoculars by Ludwig Hohlwein

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      Poster for Zeiss Feldstecher Binoculars by Ludwig Hohlwein

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      Poster for Zeiss Feldstecher Binoculars by the notable German poster artist Ludwig Hohlwein (1874-1949).
      £50.00 GBP

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      Poster for the Movie 'Husbands or Lovers' - 1924

      Print Description

      Husbands or Lovers (German title: Nju - Eine unverstandene Frau) is a 1924 German silent film directed by Paul Czinner and starring Elisabeth Bergner, Emil Jannings and Conrad Veidt.

      £90.00 GBP

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      The Watch on the Rhine by William Rothenstein - 1919

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      The Watch on the Rhine by William Rothenstein - 1919

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      The Watch on the Rhine (The Last Phase) was originally exhibited in Canada as part of the Canadian War Memorials exhibitionn in 1920. The painting's many symbolic elements represent Germany's defeat and the triumph of the Allied forces.

      £70.00 GBP

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      Lionel der Löwenmensch by Adolph Friedländer - 1913

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      Poster showing a man with a lion's head reading Shakespeare. Artist: Adolph Friedländer. Date: c.1913

        £200.00 GBP

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        Allemagne Tourism by Jupp Wiertz

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        Allemagne Tourism by Jupp Wiertz

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        Poster published by the German State Railway RDV Reichsbahnzentrale fur den Deutschen Reiseverkehr featuring a stunning design by the notable German graphic designer and poster artist Jupp Wiertz (Joseph Lambert Wiertz; 1888-1939).

          £60.00 GBP

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          Clavis Artis by Zoroaster - 17th Century

          £35.00 GBP

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          Clavis Artis by Zoroaster - 17th Century

          Print Description

          Clavis Artis Alchemical Manuscript - 2-27.Hortis.V3.116

          Clavis Artis' is the title of an alchemical manuscript published in Germany in three volumes in the late 17th or early 18th century, attributed to Zoroaster (Zarathustra). It features numerous watercolor illustrations depicting alchemical images, as well as pen drawings of laboratory instruments Biblioteca dell'Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei in Rome

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          Setting Sun and Crescent Moon - 1880

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          Setting Sun and Crescent Moon - 1880

          Print Description

          Setting Sun and Crescent Moon , Papierlaternen-Fabrik Riethmüller, Manufacturer’s catalogue, Germany, Kirchheim-Teck , ca. 1880, Artist unknown. Chromolithograph. The Metropolitan Museum of Art , NYC.

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              Rising Sun and Crescent Moon - 1880

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              Rising Sun and Crescent Moon - 1880

              Print Description

              Rising Sun and Crescent Moon, Papierlaternen-Fabrik Riethmüller, Manufacturer’s catalogue, Germany, Kirchheim-Teck , ca. 1880, Artist unknown. Chromolithograph. The Metropolitan Museum of Art , NYC.

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                  Moon, Papierlaternen-Fabrik Riethmüller, Manufacturer’s Catalogue - 1880

                  Print Description

                  Moon - Papierlaternen-Fabrik Riethmüller, Manufacturer’s catalogue, Germany, Kirchheim-Teck , ca. 1880, Artist unknown. Chromolithograph. The Metropolitan Museum of Art , NYC

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