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b. 1851 - d. 1904

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      • Adolph Friedlander Stock Lithograph Poster. Hamburg: Adolph...
        May. 16, 2024

        Adolph Friedlander Stock Lithograph Poster. Hamburg: Adolph...

        Est: $250 - $350

        Adolph Friedlander Stock Lithograph Poster. Hamburg: Adolph Friedlander (no. 5608), ca. 1920s. Color stone lithograph depicting a well-dressed man and two ladies with champagne smiling at the viewer. 37 ½ x 28”. Backed on Chartex. Horizontal and vertical folds; losses and darkening along folds. B. DFP-III 4248.

        Potter & Potter Auctions Inc.
      • Adolph Friedlander Dancer stock poster. Hamburg: Adolph Fri...
        Nov. 10, 2023

        Adolph Friedlander Dancer stock poster. Hamburg: Adolph Fri...

        Est: $250 - $350

        Adolph Friedlander Dancer stock poster. Hamburg: Adolph Friedlander (no. 7000), ca. 1920s. Color stone lithograph theatrical stock poster. 28 x 18 ¾”. Linen backed. Spotting in margins; scattered closed tears and minor marginal restoration; browned margins. B+.

        Potter & Potter Auctions Inc.
      • Adolph Friedlander Belly Dancers stock poster. Hamburg: Ado...
        Nov. 10, 2023

        Adolph Friedlander Belly Dancers stock poster. Hamburg: Ado...

        Est: $300 - $500

        Adolph Friedlander Belly Dancers stock poster. Hamburg: Adolph Friedlander (no. 6999), ca. 1920s. Color stone lithograph theatrical stock poster depicting Middle Eastern belly dancers. 28 x 18 ½”. Linen backed. Scattered spotting; minor repaired tears in margins and image; slight discoloration along folds. B+.

        Potter & Potter Auctions Inc.
      • Adolph Friedländer Edda Techell (Friedländer 8613)
        Oct. 21, 2023

        Adolph Friedländer Edda Techell (Friedländer 8613)

        Est: $300 - $500

        Adolph Friedländer (German, 1851-1904) Edda Techell (Friedländer 8613) Lithographic poster on paper Stamped Lith Adolph Friedländer Hamburg, lower left Printed by Adolph Friedländer, Hamburg with their logo and catalog number 8613, lower right.

        Larsen Art Auction
      • Adolph Friedländer The Aegir Company, The worlds best divers (Friedländer 6126)
        Oct. 21, 2023

        Adolph Friedländer The Aegir Company, The worlds best divers (Friedländer 6126)

        Est: $500 - $1,000

        Adolph Friedländer (German, 1851-1904) The Aegir Company, The worlds best divers (Friedländer 6126) Lithographic poster on paper Stamped Lith Adolph Friedländer Hamburg, lower right Printed by Adolph Friedländer, Hamburg with their logo and catalog number 6126, lower right.

        Larsen Art Auction
      • FRIEDLANDER, ADOLPH: Indische Szenen.
        May. 11, 2023

        FRIEDLANDER, ADOLPH: Indische Szenen.

        Est: CHF300 - CHF600

        FRIEDLANDER, ADOLPH (1851 Hamburg 1904) : Indische Szenen; Farblithografie; 187x133 cm (BG); bez. "Lith. Adolph Friedländer Hamburg"

        Dobiaschofsky Auktionen AG
      • Adolph Friedlander (German, 1851-1904), Carl Hagenbeck's Tierpark Stellingen. ca. 1910, lithograph in colors on wove paper, 24 x 37in (61 x 94cm)
        Feb. 08, 2023

        Adolph Friedlander (German, 1851-1904), Carl Hagenbeck's Tierpark Stellingen. ca. 1910, lithograph in colors on wove paper, 24 x 37in (61 x 94cm)

        Est: $200 - $300

        Adolph Friedlander (German, 1851-1904) Carl Hagenbeck's Tierpark Stellingen. ca. 1910 lithograph in colors on wove paper An Adolph Friedlander and Sons designed lithographic poster advertising the renowned Tierpark Hagenbeck (Stellingen Park Zoo), one of Germany's most popular zoos located in Hamberg. Published by F.L Sonns, Hamberg.

        Andrew Jones Auctions
      • Friedländer, Adolph
        Oct. 15, 2022

        Friedländer, Adolph

        Est: €200 - €300

        (1851 Hamburg 1904). Zauberer mit Hasen, Tauben, Rosen und Flaggen. Farb-Lithogr. bei Plakatverlag Friedländer, Hamburg (Nr. 6393), 1910er Jahre. Ca. 65 x 43,5 cm. - Leichte Gebrauchsspuren, minimal randrissig. - Aus der Plakatslg. Ing. Robert Hartwig. D

        Kiefer Buch- und Kunstauktionen
      • Friedländer, Adolph: 2 Zauberplakate
        Apr. 07, 2022

        Friedländer, Adolph: 2 Zauberplakate

        Est: €100 - €180

        Friedländer, Adolph. 2 Zauberplakate in Farblithographie. Friedländer 359 und 6838. Ca. 95 x 70 cm. Hamburg, Lithographie Adolph Friedländer, ca. 1892 und 1919. -- 1) Zauberkünstler. Friedländer 359. - Bemerkenswert frühes Plakat, wohl um 1892, auf dem ein Zauberkünstler in der Mitte von zahlreichen Darstellungen seiner Tricks und Kunststücke umgeben ist. - Stärkere Randläsuren, Knickspuren, Einrisse, sonst schön in der Farbigkeit. -- -- 2) Die schwarze Maske mit Gefolge. Fata Morgana. Verblüffende Illusion der Gegenwart. Illusion, Spiritismus, Zauberei, Somnambulismus. Friedländer 6838. - Mit stärkeren Einrissen, teils in die Darstellung, mit Knick- und Gebrauchsspuren. – Auf recht dünnem, fragilem und gebräuntem Papier.

        Galerie Bassenge
      • Adolph Friedländer
        Feb. 29, 2020

        Adolph Friedländer

        Est: -

        (Hamburg 1851 - 1904 ebenda, deutscher Plakatmaler u. Lithograf des 19. Jh.) Plakat „Kreton`s Hundetheater“ Farblithografie, 70 x 95 cm, ungerahmt, z.T. Randrissig

        Auktionshaus Schwerin
      • Adolph Friedländer
        Feb. 29, 2020

        Adolph Friedländer

        Est: -

        (Hamburg 1851 - 1904 ebenda, deutscher Plakatmaler u. Lithograf des 19. Jh.) Plakat „Kreton and Miss Martha with their Wonderdogs“ Farblithografie, 70 x 95 cm, ungerahmt, z.T. Randrissig

        Auktionshaus Schwerin
      • Lithograph, "Heros," Adolph Friedlander
        Aug. 16, 2016

        Lithograph, "Heros," Adolph Friedlander

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        (German, 1851-1904). RDA#72808 No Bin-Wall Paper size: 4'4"h x 37"w

        Nye & Company
      • Adolph Friedländer, Talera, Poster, Lithograph,, c. 1895
        Jul. 26, 2016

        Adolph Friedländer, Talera, Poster, Lithograph,, c. 1895

        Est: €900 - €1,170

        Lithograph in colors on wove paper (8 jointed sheets), laid down on paper Germany, c. 1895 Adolph Friedländer (1851-1904) – Hamburg photograph, draughtsman and graphic artist In the plate ‘Lith. Adolph Friedländer Hamburg 3070’ and ‘Phot. Manuel Paris’ Inscribed on the reverse ‘Friedländer Talera’, in pencil Image dimensions: c. 179.5 x 64.5 cm; Sheet dimensions: c. 184 x 70.6 cm Good condition Object is regular taxed. 19% VAT is added to the purchase price for deliveries within the EU. Offered poster depicts the mysterious vaudeville dancer Talera in flowing, oriental-like clothes and magnificent headdress. The work of the famous poster-lithographer arose after a photograph from Paris Photo Studio of Henri Manuel. Condition: The poster bears signs of age and wear. The work is made of 8 jointed sheets and laid down on paper. The sheets are generally toned and soiled due to ageing. Several heavier handling creases can be seen as well as tears, particularly along the edges. Further smaller marginal blemishes are visible. In places small foxing spots, losses and surface defects appear. The image dimensions measure c. 179.5 x 64.5 cm, the sheet dimensions are c. 184 x 70.6 cm. Adolph Friedländer (1851-1904) Famed German lithographer of posters Adolph Friedländer was born on 17th April 1851 in Hamburg, where he also died on 7th July 1904. He was first exposed to lithography through his father. In 1865, he moved to Berlin to receive formal training, before travelling via Germany screen printing works three years later. After the death of his father, Friedländer settled in Hamburg and initially concentrated on label printing. His breakthrough with color lithographic posters came in the 1880s. From the mid-1890s, he predominately made posters for circus acts and artists. After establishing his print shop in the 19th century, Friedländer produced almost 10,000 posters for various artists, theatres and vaudeville performers between 1872 and 1935. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

        Auctionata Paddle8 AG
      • Adolph Friedländer (1851-1904)
        Jun. 08, 2016

        Adolph Friedländer (1851-1904)

        Est: €100 - €200

        Mac Sovereigns - Combinations of Sporting plays, ca. 1915. 95 x 71 cm. Folded. Good copy.

        Zwiggelaar Auctions
      • Adolph Friedländer, Talera, Poster, Lithograph,, c. 1895
        Jun. 08, 2016

        Adolph Friedländer, Talera, Poster, Lithograph,, c. 1895

        Est: €900 - €1,170

        Lithograph in colors on wove paper (8 jointed sheets), laid down on paper Germany, c. 1895 Adolph Friedländer (1851-1904) – Hamburg photograph, draughtsman and graphic artist In the plate ‘Lith. Adolph Friedländer Hamburg 3070’ and ‘Phot. Manuel Paris’ Inscribed on the reverse ‘Friedländer Talera’, in pencil Image dimensions: c. 179.5 x 64.5 cm; Sheet dimensions: c. 184 x 70.6 cm Good condition Object is regular taxed. 19% VAT is added to the purchase price for deliveries within the EU. Offered poster depicts the mysterious vaudeville dancer Talera in flowing, oriental-like clothes and magnificent headdress. The work of the famous poster-lithographer arose after a photograph from Paris Photo Studio of Henri Manuel. Condition: The poster bears signs of age and wear. The work is made of 8 jointed sheets and laid down on paper. The sheets are generally toned and soiled due to ageing. Several heavier handling creases can be seen as well as tears, particularly along the edges. Further smaller marginal blemishes are visible. In places small foxing spots, losses and surface defects appear. The image dimensions measure c. 179.5 x 64.5 cm, the sheet dimensions are c. 184 x 70.6 cm. Adolph Friedländer (1851-1904) Famed German lithographer of posters Adolph Friedländer was born on 17th April 1851 in Hamburg, where he also died on 7th July 1904. He was first exposed to lithography through his father. In 1865, he moved to Berlin to receive formal training, before travelling via Germany screen printing works three years later. After the death of his father, Friedländer settled in Hamburg and initially concentrated on label printing. His breakthrough with color lithographic posters came in the 1880s. From the mid-1890s, he predominately made posters for circus acts and artists. After establishing his print shop in the 19th century, Friedländer produced almost 10,000 posters for various artists, theatres and vaudeville performers between 1872 and 1935. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

        Auctionata Paddle8 AG
      • Adolph Friedländer, Talera, Poster, Lithograph,, c. 1895
        Mar. 04, 2016

        Adolph Friedländer, Talera, Poster, Lithograph,, c. 1895

        Est: €800 - €1,040

        Lithograph in colors on wove paper (8 jointed sheets), laid down on paper Germany, c. 1895 Adolph Friedländer (1851-1904) – Hamburg photograph, draughtsman and graphic artist In the plate ‘Lith. Adolph Friedländer Hamburg 3070’ and ‘Phot. Manuel Paris’ Inscribed on the reverse ‘Friedländer Talera’, in pencil Image dimensions: c. 179.5 x 64.5 cm; Sheet dimensions: c. 184 x 70.6 cm Good condition Object is regular taxed. 19% VAT is added to the purchase price for deliveries within the EU. Estimate by Auctionata Expert: 1,600 Euro Offered poster depicts the mysterious vaudeville dancer Talera in flowing, oriental-like clothes and magnificent headdress. The work of the famous poster-lithographer arose after a photograph from Paris Photo Studio of Henri Manuel. Condition: The poster bears signs of age and wear. The work is made of 8 jointed sheets and laid down on paper. The sheets are generally toned and soiled due to ageing. Several heavier handling creases can be seen as well as tears, particularly along the edges. Further smaller marginal blemishes are visible. In places small foxing spots, losses and surface defects appear. The image dimensions measure c. 179.5 x 64.5 cm, the sheet dimensions are c. 184 x 70.6 cm. Adolph Friedländer (1851-1904) Famed German lithographer of posters Adolph Friedländer was born on 17th April 1851 in Hamburg, where he also died on 7th July 1904. He was first exposed to lithography through his father. In 1865, he moved to Berlin to receive formal training, before travelling via Germany screen printing works three years later. After the death of his father, Friedländer settled in Hamburg and initially concentrated on label printing. His breakthrough with color lithographic posters came in the 1880s. From the mid-1890s, he predominately made posters for circus acts and artists. After establishing his print shop in the 19th century, Friedländer produced almost 10,000 posters for various artists, theatres and vaudeville performers between 1872 and 1935. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

        Auctionata Paddle8 AG
      • Original Adolf Friedlander Circus Poster.
        Jan. 25, 2016

        Original Adolf Friedlander Circus Poster.

        Est: $200 - $400

        Original Adolf Friedlander Circus Poster. Stock circus advertisement and featuring clowns reflecting on the Lipizzaner horse attraction. Linen backed color lithograph on paper. Creases. Size: 47" x 31.75" (119 x 81 cm). Provenance: David Bradley Armstrong Estate.

        Material Culture
      • Adolph Friedländer, Talera, Poster, Lithograph,, c. 1895
        Jan. 08, 2016

        Adolph Friedländer, Talera, Poster, Lithograph,, c. 1895

        Est: €750 - €975

        Lithograph in colors on wove paper (8 jointed sheets), laid down on paper Germany, c. 1895 Adolph Friedländer (1851-1904) – Hamburg photograph, draughtsman and graphic artist In the plate ‘Lith. Adolph Friedländer Hamburg 3070’ and ‘Phot. Manuel Paris’ Inscribed on the reverse ‘Friedländer Talera’, in pencil Image dimensions: c. 179.5 x 64.5 cm; Sheet dimensions: c. 184 x 70.6 cm Good condition Object is regular taxed. 19% VAT is added to the purchase price for deliveries within the EU. Estimate by Auctionata Expert: 1,500 Euro Offered poster depicts the mysterious vaudeville dancer Talera in flowing, oriental-like clothes and magnificent headdress. The work of the famous poster-lithographer arose after a photograph from Paris Photo Studio of Henri Manuel. Condition: The poster bears signs of age and wear. The work is made of 8 jointed sheets and laid down on paper. The sheets are generally toned and soiled due to ageing. Several heavier handling creases can be seen as well as tears, particularly along the edges. Further smaller marginal blemishes are visible. In places small foxing spots, losses and surface defects appear. The image dimensions measure c. 179.5 x 64.5 cm, the sheet dimensions are c. 184 x 70.6 cm. Adolph Friedländer (1851-1904) Famed German lithographer of posters Adolph Friedländer was born on 17th April 1851 in Hamburg, where he also died on 7th July 1904. He was first exposed to lithography through his father. In 1865, he moved to Berlin to receive formal training, before travelling via Germany screen printing works three years later. After the death of his father, Friedländer settled in Hamburg and initially concentrated on label printing. His breakthrough with color lithographic posters came in the 1880s. From the mid-1890s, he predominately made posters for circus acts and artists. After establishing his print shop in the 19th century, Friedländer produced almost 10,000 posters for various artists, theatres and vaudeville performers between 1872 and 1935. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

        Auctionata Paddle8 AG
      • Adolph Friedländer, Talera, Poster, Lithograph,, c. 1895
        Dec. 11, 2015

        Adolph Friedländer, Talera, Poster, Lithograph,, c. 1895

        Est: €750 - €975

        Lithograph in colors on wove paper (8 jointed sheets), laid down on paper Germany, c. 1895 Adolph Friedländer (1851-1904) – Hamburg photograph, draughtsman and graphic artist In the plate ‘Lith. Adolph Friedländer Hamburg 3070’ and ‘Phot. Manuel Paris’ Inscribed on the reverse ‘Friedländer Talera’, in pencil Image dimensions: c. 179.5 x 64.5 cm; Sheet dimensions: c. 184 x 70.6 cm Good condition Object is regular taxed. 19% VAT is added to the purchase price for deliveries within the EU. Estimate by Auctionata Expert: 1,500 Euro Offered poster depicts the mysterious vaudeville dancer Talera in flowing, oriental-like clothes and magnificent headdress. The work of the famous poster-lithographer arose after a photograph from Paris Photo Studio of Henri Manuel. Condition: The poster bears signs of age and wear. The work is made of 8 jointed sheets and laid down on paper. The sheets are generally toned and soiled due to ageing. Several heavier handling creases can be seen as well as tears, particularly along the edges. Further smaller marginal blemishes are visible. In places small foxing spots, losses and surface defects appear. The image dimensions measure c. 179.5 x 64.5 cm, the sheet dimensions are c. 184 x 70.6 cm. Adolph Friedländer (1851-1904) Famed German lithographer of posters Adolph Friedländer was born on 17th April 1851 in Hamburg, where he also died on 7th July 1904. He was first exposed to lithography through his father. In 1865, he moved to Berlin to receive formal training, before travelling via Germany screen printing works three years later. After the death of his father, Friedländer settled in Hamburg and initially concentrated on label printing. His breakthrough with color lithographic posters came in the 1880s. From the mid-1890s, he predominately made posters for circus acts and artists. After establishing his print shop in the 19th century, Friedländer produced almost 10,000 posters for various artists, theatres and vaudeville performers between 1872 and 1935. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

        Auctionata Paddle8 AG
      • Friedländer “Marine Performance Theatre of Venice” Poster, 1912
        Aug. 28, 2015

        Friedländer “Marine Performance Theatre of Venice” Poster, 1912

        Est: €1 - €250

        Colour lithography on paper Hamburg, Germany, 1912/13 Original poster from the Friedländer print shop Adolph Friedländer (1851-1904) – German lithographer of posters Company emblem “Lith Adolph Friedländer, Hamburg” and “5898” bottom right Measurements: 71 x 47.5 cm Good condition Estimate by Auctionata Expert: 250 EUR The “Marine Performance Theatre of Venice” poster was printed by German lithographer of posters Adolph Friedländer (1851-1904) in the early 20υth century. In the foreground behind the balustrade, a man in a gondola is shown serenading his lover, who looks down from a balcony. Behind him, the bustle of the Venice canal and its architecture can be recognised. The poster is in good condition with slight signs of age and wear. The borders are slightly yellowed, have age-related marks and small kinks. The print shop’s spade emblem with the text “Lith Adolph Friedländer, Hamburg” and the numbering “5898” is located in the bottom right of the poster. It measures 71 x 47.5 cm. Adolph Friedländer (1851-1904) Famed German lithographer of posters Adolph Friedländer was born on 17υth April 1851 in Hamburg, where he also died on 7υth July 1904. He was first exposed to lithography through his father. In 1865, he moved to Berlin to receive formal training, before travelling via Germany screen printing works three years later. After the death of his father, Friedländer settled in Hamburg and initially concentrated on label printing. His breakthrough with colour lithographic posters came in the 1880s. From the mid-1890s, he predominately made posters for circus acts and artists. After establishing his print shop in the 19υth century, Friedländer produced almost 10,000 posters for various artists, theatres and vaudeville performers between 1872 and 1935. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

        Auctionata Paddle8 AG
      • [Native American] poster printed by Adolph Friedlander.
        Jun. 08, 2011

        [Native American] poster printed by Adolph Friedlander.

        Est: $80 - $120

        [Native American] Designer unknown, printed by Adoph Friedlander, Hamburg. Stock poster depicting 2 Native Americans. 20th century. Lithograph. Printer's stamp lower right and stamped number 6290, mounted on canvas, creased and faded on fold lines. 51" x 35."

        Quinn's Auction Galleries
      • Adolph Friedländer"Marineschauspiel-Theater". Um 1910.
        Jun. 04, 2011

        Adolph Friedländer"Marineschauspiel-Theater". Um 1910.

        Est: €200 - €240

        Chrome lithograph. Plakat. Unsigniert. U.li. mit dem Firmensymbol "Lith. Adolph Friedländer Hamburg" und nummeriert "5897".Randbereiche etwas knickspurig und fleckig.

        Schmidt Kunstauktionen Dresden OHG
      • Adolph Friedländer"Die Schwarze Maske". Um. 1920.
        Jun. 04, 2011

        Adolph Friedländer"Die Schwarze Maske". Um. 1920.

        Est: €200 - €240

        Lithograph in colours. Plakat. Unsigniert. U.li. mit dem Firmensymbol "Lith. Adolph Friedländer Hamburg" und nummeriert "6838".Blatt etwas gebräunt, vor allem der linke Rand mit Einrissen.

        Schmidt Kunstauktionen Dresden OHG
      • Adolph Friedländer"Schichtl's Marionetten Variété-Theater". Um 1910.
        Jun. 04, 2011

        Adolph Friedländer"Schichtl's Marionetten Variété-Theater". Um 1910.

        Est: €200 - €240

        Chrome lithograph. Plakat. Unsigniert. U.re. mit dem Firmensymbol "Lith. Adolph Friedländer Hamburg" und nummeriert "6239".Blatt mit leichter Randbräunung und vereinzelten, kleineren Einrissen.

        Schmidt Kunstauktionen Dresden OHG
      • DESIGNER UNKNOWN. LA FEMME HOMARD. 1898. 36x27 inches, 93x69 cm. Adolph Friedlander, Hamberg.
        Feb. 08, 2011

        DESIGNER UNKNOWN. LA FEMME HOMARD. 1898. 36x27 inches, 93x69 cm. Adolph Friedlander, Hamberg.

        Est: $1,200 - $1,800

        DESIGNER UNKNOWN LA FEMME HOMARD. 1898. 36 3/4x27 inches, 93 1/2x69 cm. Adolph Friedlander, Hamberg. Condition A- / B+: minor restored losses in margins; unobtrusive vertical and horizontal folds.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • DESIGNER UNKNOWN. THE FAK-HONGS. Two posters. Circa 1919. 37x27 inches, 94x70 cm. Adolph Friedlander, Hamburg.
        Feb. 08, 2011

        DESIGNER UNKNOWN. THE FAK-HONGS. Two posters. Circa 1919. 37x27 inches, 94x70 cm. Adolph Friedlander, Hamburg.

        Est: $1,200 - $1,800

        DESIGNER UNKNOWN THE FAK-HONGS. Two posters. Circa 1919. 37 1/4x27 1/2 inches, 94 1/2x70 cm. Adolph Friedlander, Hamburg. Condition varies, generally B+. Framed. Magic 73 (var).

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • Original 1900s Friedländer Performance Poster SABRADOR
        Nov. 06, 2010

        Original 1900s Friedländer Performance Poster SABRADOR

        Est: $240 - $400

        Anonymous Mlle Sabrador et son Danseur Lithograph 1906 37.7 x 27.9 in. (96 x 71 cm) Printer: Adolph Friedländer, Hamburg-3566 Description / Details: (B+/A-) was folded, small tears and minor staining at the edges, small loss in the top left corner

        PosterConnection Inc.
      • Friedländer, Adolph: Talera. Großplakat. Hamburg um 1895
        Apr. 17, 2010

        Friedländer, Adolph: Talera. Großplakat. Hamburg um 1895

        Est: €1,400 - €1,800

        Friedländer, Adolph ?Talera? Farblithographie. 186 x 71 cm. Hamburg, Adolph Friedlaender, um 1895. Geheimnisvolle "Talera" im orientalischen Kostüm beim Verführungstanz. Nach einer Photographie von Manuel lithographiert von Adolph Friedländer (1851-1904), einem der bekanntesten deutschen Plakat-Lithographen. Er hatte zunächst Etiketten und Kleinplakate für Schauspiele gedruckt, spezialisierte sich aber ab 1870 auf den wesentlich komplizierteren Lithodruck mit großen vierfarbigen Platten nach dem in Frankreich entwickelten Farbdruckverfahren. Berühmt wurde seine Druckerei vor allem durch die Großaufträge Carl Hagenbecks in den Jahren 1883 und 1884 für dessen Tierschauplakate. Sein Lebenswerk umfasst zwischen 1872 und 1935 über 9000 Plakate, die auf Friedländers modernsten Schnellpressen in großen Auflagen - teilweise entstanden bis zu 600 Stück in der Stunde! - gedruckt wurden. Das vorliegende Plakat "Talera" gehört jedoch zu den frühesten und aufwändigsten seiner Kunst, war allein schon die Größe eine nicht kleine Herausforderung gewesen. Die prachtvollen, in den einzelnen Platten sauber angepassten, Farbschattierungen zeigen das ganze Können dieses außergewöhnlichen Künstlers. Mehrfache Knickspuren, sauber auf Japanpapier montiert und dabei kleine Randeinrisse (wenige in der Darstellung) geschlossen, lediglich kleine Läsuren an den Knickfalzen, insgesamt prachtvoll erhaltenes, sehr seltenes Großplakat in grandioser, frischer Farbigkeit. - Vgl. Ruth Malhotra: Manege frei. Artisten- und Zirkusplakate von Adolph Friedländer. Dortmund 1979.

        Galerie Bassenge
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