1 edition of Die Jugend found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 90 p. :|
|Number of Pages||98|
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They were captivated by the idea of breaking into a new philosophy, a new way of seeing art, and Jugend gave them a place to explore these ideas.
He was certainly a remarkable man- his home, which today is the French Embassy in Munich, was filled with writers, poets, and artists who were interested in the arts and crafts movement in Germany. Jugend was a cultural Die Jugend publication. Today, the word is still used by German graphic designers and by collectors who look for the uniquely German arts and crafts that came from this period. The Jugend Gallery Visit our to see featured images from the archives of Jugend.
About Jugend Magazine Germany in the late 19th century. Georg Hirth, Jugend Founder Georg Hirth, who started the magazine, was one of the most influential thinkers in Munich. It soon became a style-setting icon that launched the German art nouveau movement, named Jugendstil after the magazine.
About Jugend Magazine Germany in the late 19th century.