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This gorgeous work - Gerlach’s 1920 edition of the German folk tale ‘Die Nibelungen’ abridged by Franz Keim - is one of the true landmarkpublications of Art Nouveau.
The entire book - all of the illustrations, vignettes and even the typography - were designed by Carl Otto Czeschka, a leading member of the Vienna Secession and the Wiener Werkstätte.
The eight double-page illustrations are executed in red, blue, black and a gold ink that shimmers from the page.
There’s more information on my store page, here. 
- Room 606  This gorgeous work - Gerlach’s 1920 edition of the German folk tale ‘Die Nibelungen’ abridged by Franz Keim - is one of the true landmarkpublications of Art Nouveau.
The entire book - all of the illustrations, vignettes and even the typography - were designed by Carl Otto Czeschka, a leading member of the Vienna Secession and the Wiener Werkstätte.
The eight double-page illustrations are executed in red, blue, black and a gold ink that shimmers from the page.
There’s more information on my store page, here. 
- Room 606  This gorgeous work - Gerlach’s 1920 edition of the German folk tale ‘Die Nibelungen’ abridged by Franz Keim - is one of the true landmarkpublications of Art Nouveau.
The entire book - all of the illustrations, vignettes and even the typography - were designed by Carl Otto Czeschka, a leading member of the Vienna Secession and the Wiener Werkstätte.
The eight double-page illustrations are executed in red, blue, black and a gold ink that shimmers from the page.
There’s more information on my store page, here. 
- Room 606  This gorgeous work - Gerlach’s 1920 edition of the German folk tale ‘Die Nibelungen’ abridged by Franz Keim - is one of the true landmarkpublications of Art Nouveau.
The entire book - all of the illustrations, vignettes and even the typography - were designed by Carl Otto Czeschka, a leading member of the Vienna Secession and the Wiener Werkstätte.
The eight double-page illustrations are executed in red, blue, black and a gold ink that shimmers from the page.
There’s more information on my store page, here. 
- Room 606 

This gorgeous work - Gerlach’s 1920 edition of the German folk tale ‘Die Nibelungen’ abridged by Franz Keim - is one of the true landmarkpublications of Art Nouveau.

The entire book - all of the illustrations, vignettes and even the typography - were designed by Carl Otto Czeschka, a leading member of the Vienna Secession and the Wiener Werkstätte.

The eight double-page illustrations are executed in red, blue, black and a gold ink that shimmers from the page.

There’s more information on my store page, here

Room 606 

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