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Simplicissimus Bulldog by Thomas Heine

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Embark on a journey through the annals of time with the distinguished 1965 publication "Das Deutsche Plakat: Von Den Anfangen Bis Zur Gegenwart" (The German Poster: From the Beginnings to the Present), written by acclaimed scholar Hellmut Rademacher. This illustrious volume explored the mesmerizing history of German posters and their celebrated artists, illuminating the essence of Germanic creativity and innovation.

A sublime addition to this publication was a portfolio of four authorized reprints of celebrated pieces, each a testament to the artistic ingenuity and imaginative vision that defines German poster art. 

Among these iconic posters is the renowned 1865 'Simplicissimus Bulldog' designed by Thomas Heine, a revolutionary step in the early era of German graphic arts. The bulldog, fierce and unyielding, stands out in stark contrast against a background of solemnity, with the words "Simplicissimus 10 PF" etched boldly in white lettering. This poster is a testament to Heine's daring and revolutionary design, leaving a profound impact on the world of poster art for generations to come.

This phenomenal portrayal of German graphic art history will make a beautiful addition to your home. 

Condition: Very Good. Age appropriate toning. Original fold lines present. Minor fading along original fold lines. Light border wear. Please use zoom feature to get a better understanding of overall conditon. 

Year: c.1965 - 59 years old

Size: 18.0" x 26.75" (46cm x 68cm)


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