Jugend [German art magazine] (page 1/2)

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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: 8

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: Panik! Detail: Medusa]

Panik! Detail: Medusa

Medusa has snakes for hair and don’t look, Medusa’s gaze will turn you to stone! [more...] [$]

[picture: Nude Woman with Flowers]

Nude Woman with Flowers

A naked woman, seen in profile, stretches up to a giant orchid. [$]

[picture: Panik! Panik!]

Panik! Panik!

Everyone in the dance hall runs screaming, fleeing for their lives, when the medusa demon appears! [more...] [$]

[picture: Jugend Endpaper]

Jugend Endpaper

The end-papers of this bound collection of German art magazines from 1900 is a surreal natural scene with fruit, nuts, berries, pine cones, flowers and I think snow, by an unknown artist. [more...] [$]

[picture: Festoon or Garland of Roses]

Festoon or Garland of Roses

This is a detail from the back cover of the bound collection of magazines for the year 1900. The image is of a string of red roses helpd up into a festoon or banner by tapes or ribbons, making a sort of full-width top border. [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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