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[picture: Front Cover]

Some pictures from the German art magazine Jugend. I was given (very kindly) two collected volumes and I am slowly scanning the images that are out of copyright (as I read German copyright law).

Jugend (Youth) Magazine was very influential in Germany, and gave rise to Jugendstile, the German name for Art Nouveau.

Title: Jugend [German art magazine]

Author: Various

City: Munich

Date: 1900

Total items: 15

Out of copyright (called public domain in the USA), hence royalty-free for all purposes usage credit requested, or as marked.

Some sample images

[picture: Portrait of Anna Heyse]

Portrait of Anna Heyse

Born Anna Schubart, the subject of this picture married Paul Heyse, the german poet, in 1867. Franz von Lenbach was a friend of Paul, and painted the picture [...] [more...] [$]

[picture: The Lost City Under the Sea]

The Lost City Under the Sea

A naked bearded man sits on the spire of a cathedral in an underwater city and gazes upon the town; large fish and a jellyfish swim past. He is crowned with coral. [more...] [$]

[picture: Kullervo as a Boy]

Kullervo as a Boy

Kullervo is a character from the Finnish epic poem, the Kalevala. Here he is shown as a naked boy, fair-haired and strong, in a forest, drawing pictures on the trunk of an oak tree; there are cows in [...] [more...] [$]

[picture: Jugend Magazine, January 1900, Front Cover]

Jugend Magazine, January 1900, Front Cover

The front cover from Jugend Magazine from Issue Two, January 1900. It features a blindfolded woman barefoot, resting one foot on a wheel, holding a cornucopia from which roses are falling. She reaches out and moves the minute hand of a clock forward past XII. There are wings at her hand. The clock-face bears the signs of the zodiac and rays of light [...] [more...] [$]

[picture: Back cover]

Back cover

The back cover of this bound collection of Jugend magazine for 1900 shoes a bearded man resting his arms on a large closed book. Perhaps it’s Jugend and he just finished reading it. The red garland [...] [more...] [$]


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Some pictures from the German art magazine Jugend. I was given (very kindly) two collected volumes and I am slowly scanning the images that are out of copyright (as I read German copyright law).

Jugend (Youth) Magazine was very influential in Germany, and gave rise to Jugendstile, the German name for Art Nouveau.


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