Includes many of Fritz Rosen’s graphic advertising work and logos and trademarks for clients including Bosch, Oldenkott and Henkell, together with a selection of his scrapbook pages with correspondence and commentary on his political posters. There is also some of Rosen’s creative non-commercial work including life drawing and landscapes.
Fritz Rosen, graphic designer : papers
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Administrative / Biographical History
Fritz Rosen (1890-1980) was an important figure in German modernist poster design, at one point sharing a studio and working with Lucian Bernhard, the supreme German poster artist and innovator of the style of advertising known as Sachplaket, or Object Poster.
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Purchased through the Julie and Robert Breckman Print Fund, 2003.
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