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Max Schanz

Max Schanz

Spielzeug Gestalten im Erzgebirge

By (author) Mathias Zahn
By (author) Sabine Rommel

£54.00

Publishing 14th Dec 2020
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  • Forty years of German toy design from 1910 to 1950
  • The origin of the famous Christmas decoration from Germany
Full Description
The leaping deer from the range of wooden toys from the Seiffen region is an international symbol in the gleaming eyes of children and collectors alike. It was designed by Max Schanz (1895–1953), who as a teacher and director of the Spielwarenfachschule [Technical College for Toys] informed the production of toys in the Erz Mountains. His designs were implemented through the division of labour in family-oriented cottage industries, achieving the standards set by the Werkbund [German Work Federation] for attractive aesthetic and professional production: from small carol singers to six-meter-high Christmas pyramids, all basic components were turned on the lathe and thus display the design idiom typical of Seiffen. Spielzeug Gestalten im Erzgebirge portrays a significant chapter in German design history, from the late Empire, through the Weimar Republic and National Socialist rule, to the early GDR.
Text in German.
Specifications
Publisher
Arnoldsche Art Publishers
ISBN
9783897906174
Publish date
14th Dec 2020
Binding
Hardback
Territory
UK, US, Eastern Europe, France, Benelux, Japan, South Korea, Africa, South America & Ireland exclusive. South Africa, N&M East non-exclusive
Size
225 mm x 265 mm
Pages
208 Pages
Illustrations
324 color
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