Loading Spinner

Walter Schnackenberg Sold at Auction Prices

Genre Painter, Portrait painter, Painter, Illustrator

See Artist Details

0 Lots

Sort By:

Categories

      Auction Date

      Seller

      Seller Location

      Price Range

      to
      • Schnackenberg - 7 Pages Costume Designs (Images to each side)
        Dec. 30, 2023

        Schnackenberg - 7 Pages Costume Designs (Images to each side)

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        This bold and rare costume or poster design is by Walter Schnackenberg from the work Kostüme, Plakate und Dekorationen. The work was published in Munich by Musarion-Verlag in 1922. The presentation of his work is similar to the Maitres de l'Affiche in that they were pulled by Oskar Consee, Schnackenberg's exlusive printer, and done under the artist's supervision. Each was richly printed on high quality paper. The work featured hand-colored pochoir lithographs (some with gold hi-lites) and some photogravures. Oskar Bie provided introductory text for the work. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Ballet und Pantomime. 1920.
        Nov. 12, 2023

        Ballet und Pantomime. 1920.

        Est: $14,000 - $17,000

        ARTIST: WALTER SCHNACKENBERG (1880-1961) SIZE: 15 5/8 x 20 1/2 in./39.7 x 52 cm PRINTER: DESCRIPTION: This is the complete portfolio of twenty-two plates, published by Georg Müller Verlag in Munich, loose in the original binding. Nowhere is Schnackenberg’s theatrical phantasmagoria better exemplified than in these twenty-two costume designs. Not only are the images exquisite—the amalgamation of Eastern inspiration, animalistic animus, and otherworldly envisioning all but defies realistic description—but they are also rare, important, and irreproachable artifacts from a distant performance era. “When we remember this [dance renaissance] movement [in Germany] we think of the Munich art fests and performances in theaters and concert halls, which came out of this art-loving city thanks to the collaboration of creative artists. Among those who actively and knowingly took part in this movement, the painter Schnackenberg attracted attention with his creations. His planes, figures, and drawings make it clear that in dance and pantomime, we can reclaim the right to rejoice in the beauty of the body, the striking pose and the animated movement. Glowing colors delight the eye, joy of life shines in the lightness, and the bright colors convey to us that the world need not remain grey and colorless if we have the courage to be guided by our yearnings” (From the Forward by Von Gleichen-Russworm). (Art Deco; Artist: Schnackenberg; Dance; German)

        Poster Auctions International Inc
      • Lena Amsel. 1918.
        Nov. 12, 2023

        Lena Amsel. 1918.

        Est: $12,000 - $15,000

        ARTIST: WALTER SCHNACKENBERG (1880-1961) SIZE: 34 1/4 x 49 1/8 in./87 x 124.7 cm PRINTER: Oscar Consée, München DESCRIPTION: Although she had no formal dance training, Lena Amsel rose to stardom in the vaudeville and theatrical circuits of Dresden and Berlin before moving into film around 1918. This poster is from that pivotal year when she burst into film, in part due to her friendship with Max Reinhardt. Schnackenberg depicts her as an expressive, swanlike figure, contorting at impossible angles while her shadow plays on the back wall. She died in an automobile crash in 1929 while racing against André Derain. (Art Deco; Artist: Schnackenberg; Dance; German)

        Poster Auctions International Inc
      • Peter Pathe / Maria Hagen. ca. 1918.
        Nov. 12, 2023

        Peter Pathe / Maria Hagen. ca. 1918.

        Est: $20,000 - $25,000

        ARTIST: WALTER SCHNACKENBERG (1880-1961) SIZE: 35 1/2 x 48 1/2 in./90.2 x 123.2 cm PRINTER: Kunstanstalt O. Consée, München DESCRIPTION: One of several posters Schnackenberg created for this Munich-based ballet duo, this image promotes an act they dubbed “Light and Shadows”—a spin on the “Beauty and the Beast” theme. It is at once highly expressionistic and extremely tender, and employs a remarkable balance of emotions in a visually gripping composition. Schnackenberg borrows some of Lautrec’s silhouetting to create the menacing plane of the devil’s black shadow, while the girl’s figure—formed from the white of the paper—slashes through the darkness. The effect makes her appear candescent. (Art Deco; Artist: Schnackenberg; Dance; German)

        Poster Auctions International Inc
      • Peter Pathe - Maria Hagen Vintage Poster
        Oct. 14, 2023

        Peter Pathe - Maria Hagen Vintage Poster

        Est: $15,000 - $20,000

        RARE. C.1918. Vintage poster with depiction of Munich-based balletic duo Peter Pathe and Maria Hagen with design by Walter Schnackenberg (German, 1880-1961). A very scarce example, Schnackenberg called his work "suggestive dreams" as his designs were a amalgam of caricature and fantasy. Professionally conserved on linen, museum quality frame, 36"x49"

        Freedom Auction Company
      • Walter Schnackenberg
        Sep. 08, 2023

        Walter Schnackenberg

        Est: €330 - €660

        (1880 Bad Lauterberg im Harz - 1961 Rosenheim) "Der Vogelfänger". Originaltitel Lichtdruck/Papier, 1920. Tafel 19 aus der Folge "Ballett und Pantomime" mit 22 Tafeln nach Kostüm- und Figurinenzeichnungen Schnackenbergs, erschienen in einer Gesamtauflage von 850 Exemplaren bei G. Müller, München 1920. Blatt 27,8 cm x 19,2 cm. Rahmen. Collotype print on paper. Plate 19 from the portfolio "Ballett and Pantomime", published in 850 copies by G. Müller, Munich 1920.

        Kunstauktionshaus Schloss Ahlden
      • WALTER SCHNACKENBERG (1880 - 1961) - Untitled pen and watercolour 42.5 x 33 cm (frame: 64 x 54 x 3 cm)
        Aug. 17, 2023

        WALTER SCHNACKENBERG (1880 - 1961) - Untitled pen and watercolour 42.5 x 33 cm (frame: 64 x 54 x 3 cm)

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        WALTER SCHNACKENBERG (1880 - 1961) Untitled pen and watercolour 42.5 x 33 cm (frame: 64 x 54 x 3 cm) signed lower right

        Lawsons
      • Die Afficheur : Drawing. ca. 1955.
        Jul. 18, 2023

        Die Afficheur : Drawing. ca. 1955.

        Est: $6,000 - $8,000

        ARTIST: WALTER SCHNACKENBERG (1880-1961) SIZE: 14 x 19 1/8 in./35.5 x 48.5 cm DESCRIPTION: Provenance: The Schnackenberg Family Archives. While best known amongst poster collectors for his vibrant Expressionist designs of the early 1910s, Schnackenberg’s later works have recently received an abundance of art historical interest. In the 1950s, his style turned toward the surreal, and he created languid street scenes populated by eerie characters oftentimes washed in a blue or green light. This is one such design from that series, in which a billposter hangs the latest announcement for the Eldorado while a gnarled older woman yaws a complaint against the ad’s overt sexuality. Nearby, a curious black cat dips its paw into the wheat paste glue. (Modern; Posters on Posters; German)

        Poster Auctions International Inc
      • Erry & Merry. 1912.
        Jul. 18, 2023

        Erry & Merry. 1912.

        Est: $25,000 - $30,000

        ARTIST: WALTER SCHNACKENBERG (1880-1961) SIZE: 36 3/4 x 48 3/4 in./93.4 x 124 cm PRINTER: Oscar Consée, München DESCRIPTION: Provenance: The Karl Lagerfeld Collection. In the period leading up to World War I, Berliners danced as fast and as hard as they could. Hotel ballrooms were grand places to fox-trot the night away and dance teams were very much in demand as nightclub performers. Despite the memorable name of this twosome (who Schnackenberg smartly depicts in brown rather than the usual black), no information about them survives. The design bears a strong resemblance to the artist’s Odeon Casino (see prior lot) and this work, created in the same year, very well may have been a brilliant study for the more styled, decadent poster yet to come (see Peter Pathe / Maria Hagen, PAI-LXXXV, 428). (Art Nouveau; Dance; Cabaret; German)

        Poster Auctions International Inc
      • Odeon Casino. 1912.
        Jul. 18, 2023

        Odeon Casino. 1912.

        Est: $30,000 - $40,000

        ARTIST: WALTER SCHNACKENBERG (1880-1961) SIZE: 35 1/2 x 47 in./90 x 119.5 cm PRINTER: Consée, München DESCRIPTION: Provenance: The Karl Lagerfeld Collection. One of Schnackenberg’s finest creations, this couple exudes Art Deco style and sensuality. “One of Munich's finest amusement venues, where the elegant world gathered after the theater and concert, was the Odeon Casino, for which Walter Schnackenberg designed a series of unusual posters. His vampy type of woman with a pageboy haircut and a fashion that anticipated the 1920s was a sensation and provocation in Munich at a time when the busty, sumptuously equipped ladies of the Wilhelmine era still dominated the image of women. [Schnackenberg’s woman was] thus a powerful motif for the ‘Jeunesse dorée’ (golden youth)” (Plakate München, p. 92). But there is also a sense of the uncanny, especially with the male dancer who emerges out of the shadows, his body confined to the darkness around him. It’s a perfect example of this artist’s “scenes of a decadent morbidity” (Weill, p. 111). (Art Nouveau; Dance; Cabaret; German)

        Poster Auctions International Inc
      • Deutsches Theater.
        Jul. 18, 2023

        Deutsches Theater.

        Est: $20,000 - $25,000

        ARTIST: WALTER SCHNACKENBERG (1880-1961) SIZE: 35 x 47 1/8 in./88.8 x 119.6 cm PRINTER: O. Consée, München DESCRIPTION: There is a delicacy of expression on the faces of both the viewer and the dancer that elevates this extraordinary design far beyond the standard theatrical poster. This gifted German artist could be one of the poster collector’s favorites, if only there were some more posters of his to collect. He did only a few, and all of those, printed in very small quantities, are so rare that most poster enthusiasts never come across them. A cultured, sophisticated painter, Schnackenberg did most of his poster work for acquaintances in Munich theatrical circles. His designs are a quaint amalgam of caricature and fantasy which he himself called “suggestive dreams.” With an unerring instinct for color, and an exquisitely refined taste for subtle irony, he created a body of work that is uniquely individualistic—small, but choice. (Art Nouveau; Theatre; Cabaret; German; Dance)

        Poster Auctions International Inc
      • Schnackenberg, Folio - Der bose Zauberer [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 6
        May. 06, 2023

        Schnackenberg, Folio - Der bose Zauberer [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 6

        Est: $500 - $1,500

        This bold and rare costume or poster design is by Walter Schnackenberg from the work Kostüme, Plakate und Dekorationen. The work was published in Munich by Musarion-Verlag in 1922. The presentation of his work is similar to the Maitres de l'Affiche in that they were pulled by Oskar Consee, Schnackenberg's exlusive printer, and done under the artist's supervision. Each was richly printed on high quality paper. The work featured hand-colored pochoir lithographs (some with gold hi-lites) and some photogravures. Oskar Bie provided introductory text for the work. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg - Portfolio Cover with Illustrations to each side
        Apr. 29, 2023

        Schnackenberg - Portfolio Cover with Illustrations to each side

        Est: $500 - $1,500

        This bold and rare costume or poster design is by Walter Schnackenberg from the work Kostüme, Plakate und Dekorationen. The work was published in Munich by Musarion-Verlag in 1922. The presentation of his work is similar to the Maitres de l'Affiche in that they were pulled by Oskar Consee, Schnackenberg's exlusive printer, and done under the artist's supervision. Each was richly printed on high quality paper. The work featured hand-colored pochoir lithographs (some with gold hi-lites) and some photogravures. Oskar Bie provided introductory text for the work. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg - Costume Illustration: Tanzerin in einem orientalischen Festzug / Verso: Indischer Tempel
        Apr. 22, 2023

        Schnackenberg - Costume Illustration: Tanzerin in einem orientalischen Festzug / Verso: Indischer Tempel

        Est: $500 - $1,500

        This bold and rare costume or poster design is by Walter Schnackenberg from the work Kostüme, Plakate und Dekorationen. The work was published in Munich by Musarion-Verlag in 1922. The presentation of his work is similar to the Maitres de l'Affiche in that they were pulled by Oskar Consee, Schnackenberg's exlusive printer, and done under the artist's supervision. Each was richly printed on high quality paper. The work featured hand-colored pochoir lithographs (some with gold hi-lites) and some photogravures. Oskar Bie provided introductory text for the work. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg - Costume Illustration: Die Blaue Flamme / Verso: Maria Hagen
        Apr. 22, 2023

        Schnackenberg - Costume Illustration: Die Blaue Flamme / Verso: Maria Hagen

        Est: $500 - $1,500

        This bold and rare costume or poster design is by Walter Schnackenberg from the work Kostüme, Plakate und Dekorationen. The work was published in Munich by Musarion-Verlag in 1922. The presentation of his work is similar to the Maitres de l'Affiche in that they were pulled by Oskar Consee, Schnackenberg's exlusive printer, and done under the artist's supervision. Each was richly printed on high quality paper. The work featured hand-colored pochoir lithographs (some with gold hi-lites) and some photogravures. Oskar Bie provided introductory text for the work. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg, Folio - Maskerade [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 9
        Mar. 18, 2023

        Schnackenberg, Folio - Maskerade [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 9

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        This fantastic costume illustration is from Walter Schnackenberg's Ballett und Pantomime.... The work was published in Munich by Georg Muller in 1920. This was the first and only edition and was limited to 900 copies. The plates are presented in hinge mounts on larger card. “When we remember this [dance renaissance] movement [in Germany] we think of the Munich art feasts and performances in theaters and concert halls, which came out of this art-loving city thanks to the collaboration of creative artists. Among those who actively and knowingly took part in this movement, the painter Schnackenberg attracted attention with his creations. His planes, figures and drawings make it clear that in dance and pantomime, we can reclaim the right to rejoice in the beauty of the body, the striking pose and the animated movement. Glowing colors delight the eye, joy of life shines in the lightness, and the bright colors convey to us that the world need not remain grey and colorless if we have the courage to be guided by our yearnings.” (From the Forward by Von Gleichen-Russworm) Alexander von Gleichen-Russwurm was the godson of King Ludwig and Friedrich Schiller’s heir. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group. He took influence from Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec's colorful and sumptuous posters. He eventually devoted his work to stage design and costumes, mastering form and ornamentation in his illustrations.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg, Folio - Scherzo II [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 15
        Mar. 18, 2023

        Schnackenberg, Folio - Scherzo II [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 15

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        This fantastic costume illustration is from Walter Schnackenberg's Ballett und Pantomime.... The work was published in Munich by Georg Muller in 1920. This was the first and only edition and was limited to 900 copies. The plates are presented in hinge mounts on larger card. “When we remember this [dance renaissance] movement [in Germany] we think of the Munich art feasts and performances in theaters and concert halls, which came out of this art-loving city thanks to the collaboration of creative artists. Among those who actively and knowingly took part in this movement, the painter Schnackenberg attracted attention with his creations. His planes, figures and drawings make it clear that in dance and pantomime, we can reclaim the right to rejoice in the beauty of the body, the striking pose and the animated movement. Glowing colors delight the eye, joy of life shines in the lightness, and the bright colors convey to us that the world need not remain grey and colorless if we have the courage to be guided by our yearnings.” (From the Forward by Von Gleichen-Russworm) Alexander von Gleichen-Russwurm was the godson of King Ludwig and Friedrich Schiller’s heir. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group. He took influence from Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec's colorful and sumptuous posters. He eventually devoted his work to stage design and costumes, mastering form and ornamentation in his illustrations.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg, Folio - Spukgestalt [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 12
        Mar. 18, 2023

        Schnackenberg, Folio - Spukgestalt [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 12

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        This fantastic costume illustration is from Walter Schnackenberg's Ballett und Pantomime.... The work was published in Munich by Georg Muller in 1920. This was the first and only edition and was limited to 900 copies. The plates are presented in hinge mounts on larger card. “When we remember this [dance renaissance] movement [in Germany] we think of the Munich art feasts and performances in theaters and concert halls, which came out of this art-loving city thanks to the collaboration of creative artists. Among those who actively and knowingly took part in this movement, the painter Schnackenberg attracted attention with his creations. His planes, figures and drawings make it clear that in dance and pantomime, we can reclaim the right to rejoice in the beauty of the body, the striking pose and the animated movement. Glowing colors delight the eye, joy of life shines in the lightness, and the bright colors convey to us that the world need not remain grey and colorless if we have the courage to be guided by our yearnings.” (From the Forward by Von Gleichen-Russworm) Alexander von Gleichen-Russwurm was the godson of King Ludwig and Friedrich Schiller’s heir. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group. He took influence from Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec's colorful and sumptuous posters. He eventually devoted his work to stage design and costumes, mastering form and ornamentation in his illustrations.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Walter Schnackenberg BALLET UND PANTOMIME Eleven color pochoirs, with original portfolio, six framed
        Mar. 15, 2023

        Walter Schnackenberg BALLET UND PANTOMIME Eleven color pochoirs, with original portfolio, six framed

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) BALLET UND PANTOMIME Eleven color pochoirs, 1920, from the set of 22, edition of 850, with text, published by Georg Müller Verlag, München, with original portfolio, six framed. Portfolio 20 1/2 x 15 5/8 inches; 521 x 396 mm. C 

        Doyle New York
      • Schnackenberg, Folio - Puderquaste [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 16
        Mar. 11, 2023

        Schnackenberg, Folio - Puderquaste [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 16

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        This fantastic costume illustration is from Walter Schnackenberg's Ballett und Pantomime.... The work was published in Munich by Georg Muller in 1920. This was the first and only edition and was limited to 900 copies. The plates are presented in hinge mounts on larger card. “When we remember this [dance renaissance] movement [in Germany] we think of the Munich art feasts and performances in theaters and concert halls, which came out of this art-loving city thanks to the collaboration of creative artists. Among those who actively and knowingly took part in this movement, the painter Schnackenberg attracted attention with his creations. His planes, figures and drawings make it clear that in dance and pantomime, we can reclaim the right to rejoice in the beauty of the body, the striking pose and the animated movement. Glowing colors delight the eye, joy of life shines in the lightness, and the bright colors convey to us that the world need not remain grey and colorless if we have the courage to be guided by our yearnings.” (From the Forward by Von Gleichen-Russworm) Alexander von Gleichen-Russwurm was the godson of King Ludwig and Friedrich Schiller’s heir. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group. He took influence from Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec's colorful and sumptuous posters. He eventually devoted his work to stage design and costumes, mastering form and ornamentation in his illustrations.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg, Folio - Scherzo I [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 4
        Mar. 11, 2023

        Schnackenberg, Folio - Scherzo I [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 4

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        This fantastic costume illustration is from Walter Schnackenberg's Ballett und Pantomime.... The work was published in Munich by Georg Muller in 1920. This was the first and only edition and was limited to 900 copies. The plates are presented in hinge mounts on larger card. “When we remember this [dance renaissance] movement [in Germany] we think of the Munich art feasts and performances in theaters and concert halls, which came out of this art-loving city thanks to the collaboration of creative artists. Among those who actively and knowingly took part in this movement, the painter Schnackenberg attracted attention with his creations. His planes, figures and drawings make it clear that in dance and pantomime, we can reclaim the right to rejoice in the beauty of the body, the striking pose and the animated movement. Glowing colors delight the eye, joy of life shines in the lightness, and the bright colors convey to us that the world need not remain grey and colorless if we have the courage to be guided by our yearnings.” (From the Forward by Von Gleichen-Russworm) Alexander von Gleichen-Russwurm was the godson of King Ludwig and Friedrich Schiller’s heir. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group. He took influence from Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec's colorful and sumptuous posters. He eventually devoted his work to stage design and costumes, mastering form and ornamentation in his illustrations.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg, Folio - Magician or Der gute Zauberer [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 5
        Mar. 04, 2023

        Schnackenberg, Folio - Magician or Der gute Zauberer [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 5

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        This fantastic costume illustration is from Walter Schnackenberg's Ballett und Pantomime.... The work was published in Munich by Georg Muller in 1920. This was the first and only edition and was limited to 900 copies. The plates are presented in hinge mounts on larger card. “When we remember this [dance renaissance] movement [in Germany] we think of the Munich art feasts and performances in theaters and concert halls, which came out of this art-loving city thanks to the collaboration of creative artists. Among those who actively and knowingly took part in this movement, the painter Schnackenberg attracted attention with his creations. His planes, figures and drawings make it clear that in dance and pantomime, we can reclaim the right to rejoice in the beauty of the body, the striking pose and the animated movement. Glowing colors delight the eye, joy of life shines in the lightness, and the bright colors convey to us that the world need not remain grey and colorless if we have the courage to be guided by our yearnings.” (From the Forward by Von Gleichen-Russworm) Alexander von Gleichen-Russwurm was the godson of King Ludwig and Friedrich Schiller’s heir. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group. He took influence from Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec's colorful and sumptuous posters. He eventually devoted his work to stage design and costumes, mastering form and ornamentation in his illustrations.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg, Folio - Fairy or Grille [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 13
        Mar. 04, 2023

        Schnackenberg, Folio - Fairy or Grille [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 13

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        This fantastic costume illustration is from Walter Schnackenberg's Ballett und Pantomime.... The work was published in Munich by Georg Muller in 1920. This was the first and only edition and was limited to 900 copies. The plates are presented in hinge mounts on larger card. “When we remember this [dance renaissance] movement [in Germany] we think of the Munich art feasts and performances in theaters and concert halls, which came out of this art-loving city thanks to the collaboration of creative artists. Among those who actively and knowingly took part in this movement, the painter Schnackenberg attracted attention with his creations. His planes, figures and drawings make it clear that in dance and pantomime, we can reclaim the right to rejoice in the beauty of the body, the striking pose and the animated movement. Glowing colors delight the eye, joy of life shines in the lightness, and the bright colors convey to us that the world need not remain grey and colorless if we have the courage to be guided by our yearnings.” (From the Forward by Von Gleichen-Russworm) Alexander von Gleichen-Russwurm was the godson of King Ludwig and Friedrich Schiller’s heir. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group. He took influence from Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec's colorful and sumptuous posters. He eventually devoted his work to stage design and costumes, mastering form and ornamentation in his illustrations.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg, Folio - Der Paradiesvogel [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 1
        Feb. 25, 2023

        Schnackenberg, Folio - Der Paradiesvogel [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 1

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        This fantastic costume illustration is from Walter Schnackenberg's Ballett und Pantomime.... The work was published in Munich by Georg Muller in 1920. This was the first and only edition and was limited to 900 copies. The plates are presented in hinge mounts on larger card. “When we remember this [dance renaissance] movement [in Germany] we think of the Munich art feasts and performances in theaters and concert halls, which came out of this art-loving city thanks to the collaboration of creative artists. Among those who actively and knowingly took part in this movement, the painter Schnackenberg attracted attention with his creations. His planes, figures and drawings make it clear that in dance and pantomime, we can reclaim the right to rejoice in the beauty of the body, the striking pose and the animated movement. Glowing colors delight the eye, joy of life shines in the lightness, and the bright colors convey to us that the world need not remain grey and colorless if we have the courage to be guided by our yearnings.” (From the Forward by Von Gleichen-Russworm) Alexander von Gleichen-Russwurm was the godson of King Ludwig and Friedrich Schiller’s heir. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group. He took influence from Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec's colorful and sumptuous posters. He eventually devoted his work to stage design and costumes, mastering form and ornamentation in his illustrations.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg, Folio - Die Negerfurstin [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 11
        Feb. 25, 2023

        Schnackenberg, Folio - Die Negerfurstin [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 11

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        This fantastic costume illustration is from Walter Schnackenberg's Ballett und Pantomime.... The work was published in Munich by Georg Muller in 1920. This was the first and only edition and was limited to 900 copies. The plates are presented in hinge mounts on larger card. “When we remember this [dance renaissance] movement [in Germany] we think of the Munich art feasts and performances in theaters and concert halls, which came out of this art-loving city thanks to the collaboration of creative artists. Among those who actively and knowingly took part in this movement, the painter Schnackenberg attracted attention with his creations. His planes, figures and drawings make it clear that in dance and pantomime, we can reclaim the right to rejoice in the beauty of the body, the striking pose and the animated movement. Glowing colors delight the eye, joy of life shines in the lightness, and the bright colors convey to us that the world need not remain grey and colorless if we have the courage to be guided by our yearnings.” (From the Forward by Von Gleichen-Russworm) Alexander von Gleichen-Russwurm was the godson of King Ludwig and Friedrich Schiller’s heir. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group. He took influence from Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec's colorful and sumptuous posters. He eventually devoted his work to stage design and costumes, mastering form and ornamentation in his illustrations.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg, Folio - Orientalische Tanzerin [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 18
        Feb. 18, 2023

        Schnackenberg, Folio - Orientalische Tanzerin [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 18

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        This fantastic costume illustration is from Walter Schnackenberg's Ballett und Pantomime.... The work was published in Munich by Georg Muller in 1920. This was the first and only edition and was limited to 900 copies. The plates are presented in hinge mounts on larger card. “When we remember this [dance renaissance] movement [in Germany] we think of the Munich art feasts and performances in theaters and concert halls, which came out of this art-loving city thanks to the collaboration of creative artists. Among those who actively and knowingly took part in this movement, the painter Schnackenberg attracted attention with his creations. His planes, figures and drawings make it clear that in dance and pantomime, we can reclaim the right to rejoice in the beauty of the body, the striking pose and the animated movement. Glowing colors delight the eye, joy of life shines in the lightness, and the bright colors convey to us that the world need not remain grey and colorless if we have the courage to be guided by our yearnings.” (From the Forward by Von Gleichen-Russworm) Alexander von Gleichen-Russwurm was the godson of King Ludwig and Friedrich Schiller’s heir. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group. He took influence from Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec's colorful and sumptuous posters. He eventually devoted his work to stage design and costumes, mastering form and ornamentation in his illustrations.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg, Folio - Tschaikiun II [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 17
        Feb. 18, 2023

        Schnackenberg, Folio - Tschaikiun II [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 17

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        This fantastic costume illustration is from Walter Schnackenberg's Ballett und Pantomime.... The work was published in Munich by Georg Muller in 1920. This was the first and only edition and was limited to 900 copies. The plates are presented in hinge mounts on larger card. “When we remember this [dance renaissance] movement [in Germany] we think of the Munich art feasts and performances in theaters and concert halls, which came out of this art-loving city thanks to the collaboration of creative artists. Among those who actively and knowingly took part in this movement, the painter Schnackenberg attracted attention with his creations. His planes, figures and drawings make it clear that in dance and pantomime, we can reclaim the right to rejoice in the beauty of the body, the striking pose and the animated movement. Glowing colors delight the eye, joy of life shines in the lightness, and the bright colors convey to us that the world need not remain grey and colorless if we have the courage to be guided by our yearnings.” (From the Forward by Von Gleichen-Russworm) Alexander von Gleichen-Russwurm was the godson of King Ludwig and Friedrich Schiller’s heir. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group. He took influence from Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec's colorful and sumptuous posters. He eventually devoted his work to stage design and costumes, mastering form and ornamentation in his illustrations.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg, Folio - Groteske [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 22
        Feb. 11, 2023

        Schnackenberg, Folio - Groteske [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 22

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        This fantastic costume illustration is from Walter Schnackenberg's Ballett und Pantomime.... The work was published in Munich by Georg Muller in 1920. This was the first and only edition and was limited to 900 copies. The plates are presented in hinge mounts on larger card. “When we remember this [dance renaissance] movement [in Germany] we think of the Munich art feasts and performances in theaters and concert halls, which came out of this art-loving city thanks to the collaboration of creative artists. Among those who actively and knowingly took part in this movement, the painter Schnackenberg attracted attention with his creations. His planes, figures and drawings make it clear that in dance and pantomime, we can reclaim the right to rejoice in the beauty of the body, the striking pose and the animated movement. Glowing colors delight the eye, joy of life shines in the lightness, and the bright colors convey to us that the world need not remain grey and colorless if we have the courage to be guided by our yearnings.” (From the Forward by Von Gleichen-Russworm) Alexander von Gleichen-Russwurm was the godson of King Ludwig and Friedrich Schiller’s heir. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group. He took influence from Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec's colorful and sumptuous posters. He eventually devoted his work to stage design and costumes, mastering form and ornamentation in his illustrations.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg, Folio - Walzer [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 21
        Feb. 11, 2023

        Schnackenberg, Folio - Walzer [Illustration of Stage Costume]. 21

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        This fantastic costume illustration is from Walter Schnackenberg's Ballett und Pantomime.... The work was published in Munich by Georg Muller in 1920. This was the first and only edition and was limited to 900 copies. The plates are presented in hinge mounts on larger card. “When we remember this [dance renaissance] movement [in Germany] we think of the Munich art feasts and performances in theaters and concert halls, which came out of this art-loving city thanks to the collaboration of creative artists. Among those who actively and knowingly took part in this movement, the painter Schnackenberg attracted attention with his creations. His planes, figures and drawings make it clear that in dance and pantomime, we can reclaim the right to rejoice in the beauty of the body, the striking pose and the animated movement. Glowing colors delight the eye, joy of life shines in the lightness, and the bright colors convey to us that the world need not remain grey and colorless if we have the courage to be guided by our yearnings.” (From the Forward by Von Gleichen-Russworm) Alexander von Gleichen-Russwurm was the godson of King Ludwig and Friedrich Schiller’s heir. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group. He took influence from Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec's colorful and sumptuous posters. He eventually devoted his work to stage design and costumes, mastering form and ornamentation in his illustrations.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg, Folio - The Dancing God (Der Tanzende Gott) [Illustration of Stage Costume]
        Jan. 28, 2023

        Schnackenberg, Folio - The Dancing God (Der Tanzende Gott) [Illustration of Stage Costume]

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        This fantastic costume illustration is from Walter Schnackenberg's Ballett und Pantomime.... The work was published in Munich by Georg Muller in 1920. This was the first and only edition and was limited to 900 copies. The plates are presented in hinge mounts on larger card. “When we remember this [dance renaissance] movement [in Germany] we think of the Munich art feasts and performances in theaters and concert halls, which came out of this art-loving city thanks to the collaboration of creative artists. Among those who actively and knowingly took part in this movement, the painter Schnackenberg attracted attention with his creations. His planes, figures and drawings make it clear that in dance and pantomime, we can reclaim the right to rejoice in the beauty of the body, the striking pose and the animated movement. Glowing colors delight the eye, joy of life shines in the lightness, and the bright colors convey to us that the world need not remain grey and colorless if we have the courage to be guided by our yearnings.” (From the Forward by Von Gleichen-Russworm) Alexander von Gleichen-Russwurm was the godson of King Ludwig and Friedrich Schiller’s heir. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group. He took influence from Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec's colorful and sumptuous posters. He eventually devoted his work to stage design and costumes, mastering form and ornamentation in his illustrations.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg, Folio - Harlequin (Harlekin) [Illustration of Stage Costume]
        Jan. 28, 2023

        Schnackenberg, Folio - Harlequin (Harlekin) [Illustration of Stage Costume]

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        This fantastic costume illustration is from Walter Schnackenberg's Ballett und Pantomime.... The work was published in Munich by Georg Muller in 1920. This was the first and only edition and was limited to 900 copies. The plates are presented in hinge mounts on larger card. “When we remember this [dance renaissance] movement [in Germany] we think of the Munich art feasts and performances in theaters and concert halls, which came out of this art-loving city thanks to the collaboration of creative artists. Among those who actively and knowingly took part in this movement, the painter Schnackenberg attracted attention with his creations. His planes, figures and drawings make it clear that in dance and pantomime, we can reclaim the right to rejoice in the beauty of the body, the striking pose and the animated movement. Glowing colors delight the eye, joy of life shines in the lightness, and the bright colors convey to us that the world need not remain grey and colorless if we have the courage to be guided by our yearnings.” (From the Forward by Von Gleichen-Russworm) Alexander von Gleichen-Russwurm was the godson of King Ludwig and Friedrich Schiller’s heir. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group. He took influence from Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec's colorful and sumptuous posters. He eventually devoted his work to stage design and costumes, mastering form and ornamentation in his illustrations.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg, Folio - Tschaikiun I [Illustration of Stage Costume]
        Jan. 28, 2023

        Schnackenberg, Folio - Tschaikiun I [Illustration of Stage Costume]

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        This fantastic costume illustration is from Walter Schnackenberg's Ballett und Pantomime.... The work was published in Munich by Georg Muller in 1920. This was the first and only edition and was limited to 900 copies. The plates are presented in hinge mounts on larger card. “When we remember this [dance renaissance] movement [in Germany] we think of the Munich art feasts and performances in theaters and concert halls, which came out of this art-loving city thanks to the collaboration of creative artists. Among those who actively and knowingly took part in this movement, the painter Schnackenberg attracted attention with his creations. His planes, figures and drawings make it clear that in dance and pantomime, we can reclaim the right to rejoice in the beauty of the body, the striking pose and the animated movement. Glowing colors delight the eye, joy of life shines in the lightness, and the bright colors convey to us that the world need not remain grey and colorless if we have the courage to be guided by our yearnings.” (From the Forward by Von Gleichen-Russworm) Alexander von Gleichen-Russwurm was the godson of King Ludwig and Friedrich Schiller’s heir. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group. He took influence from Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec's colorful and sumptuous posters. He eventually devoted his work to stage design and costumes, mastering form and ornamentation in his illustrations.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg, Folio - Colombine [Illustration of Stage Costume]
        Jan. 28, 2023

        Schnackenberg, Folio - Colombine [Illustration of Stage Costume]

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        This fantastic costume illustration is from Walter Schnackenberg's Ballett und Pantomime.... The work was published in Munich by Georg Muller in 1920. This was the first and only edition and was limited to 900 copies. The plates are presented in hinge mounts on larger card. “When we remember this [dance renaissance] movement [in Germany] we think of the Munich art feasts and performances in theaters and concert halls, which came out of this art-loving city thanks to the collaboration of creative artists. Among those who actively and knowingly took part in this movement, the painter Schnackenberg attracted attention with his creations. His planes, figures and drawings make it clear that in dance and pantomime, we can reclaim the right to rejoice in the beauty of the body, the striking pose and the animated movement. Glowing colors delight the eye, joy of life shines in the lightness, and the bright colors convey to us that the world need not remain grey and colorless if we have the courage to be guided by our yearnings.” (From the Forward by Von Gleichen-Russworm) Alexander von Gleichen-Russwurm was the godson of King Ludwig and Friedrich Schiller’s heir. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group. He took influence from Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec's colorful and sumptuous posters. He eventually devoted his work to stage design and costumes, mastering form and ornamentation in his illustrations.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961), 20th century, German School, Lithograph, Bingha, Plate 8 from the
        Dec. 31, 2022

        Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961), 20th century, German School, Lithograph, Bingha, Plate 8 from the

        Est: £80 - £120

        Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961), 20th century, German School, Lithograph, Bingha, Plate 8 from the Ballet and Pantomime portfolio. Published by George Muller, 1920. Approx. 11 1/2" x 7"

        Claydon Auctioneers
      • Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961), 20th century, German School, Lithograph, Der Tanzende Gott, Plate
        Dec. 31, 2022

        Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961), 20th century, German School, Lithograph, Der Tanzende Gott, Plate

        Est: £80 - £120

        Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961), 20th century, German School, Lithograph, Der Tanzende Gott, Plate 14 from the Ballet and Pantomime portfolio. Published by George Muller, 1920. Approx. 11 1/2" x 7"

        Claydon Auctioneers
      • Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961), 20th century, German School, Lithograph, Groteske, Plate 22 from t
        Dec. 31, 2022

        Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961), 20th century, German School, Lithograph, Groteske, Plate 22 from t

        Est: £80 - £120

        Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961), 20th century, German School, Lithograph, Groteske, Plate 22 from the Ballet and Pantomime portfolio. Published by George Muller, 1920. Approx. 11 1/2" x 7"

        Claydon Auctioneers
      • Schnackenberg - Hagen-Pathe / Verso: Odeon-Casino
        Dec. 03, 2022

        Schnackenberg - Hagen-Pathe / Verso: Odeon-Casino

        Est: $500 - $1,500

        This bold and rare costume or poster design is by Walter Schnackenberg from the work Kostüme, Plakate und Dekorationen. The work was published in Munich by Musarion-Verlag in 1922. The presentation of his work is similar to the Maitres de l'Affiche in that they were pulled by Oskar Consee, Schnackenberg's exlusive printer, and done under the artist's supervision. Each was richly printed on high quality paper. The work featured hand-colored pochoir lithographs (some with gold hi-lites) and some photogravures. Oskar Bie provided introductory text for the work. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg - Odeon Casino / Verso: Maria Hagen: Chinesenbaby
        Dec. 03, 2022

        Schnackenberg - Odeon Casino / Verso: Maria Hagen: Chinesenbaby

        Est: $500 - $1,500

        This bold and rare costume or poster design is by Walter Schnackenberg from the work Kostüme, Plakate und Dekorationen. The work was published in Munich by Musarion-Verlag in 1922. The presentation of his work is similar to the Maitres de l'Affiche in that they were pulled by Oskar Consee, Schnackenberg's exlusive printer, and done under the artist's supervision. Each was richly printed on high quality paper. The work featured hand-colored pochoir lithographs (some with gold hi-lites) and some photogravures. Oskar Bie provided introductory text for the work. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg - Die blaue Flamme / Verso: Maria Hagen
        Nov. 26, 2022

        Schnackenberg - Die blaue Flamme / Verso: Maria Hagen

        Est: $500 - $1,500

        This bold and rare costume or poster design is by Walter Schnackenberg from the work Kostüme, Plakate und Dekorationen. The work was published in Munich by Musarion-Verlag in 1922. The presentation of his work is similar to the Maitres de l'Affiche in that they were pulled by Oskar Consee, Schnackenberg's exlusive printer, and done under the artist's supervision. Each was richly printed on high quality paper. The work featured hand-colored pochoir lithographs (some with gold hi-lites) and some photogravures. Oskar Bie provided introductory text for the work. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg - Tanzerin in einem orientalischen Festzug / Verso: Indischer Tempel
        Nov. 26, 2022

        Schnackenberg - Tanzerin in einem orientalischen Festzug / Verso: Indischer Tempel

        Est: $500 - $1,500

        This bold and rare costume or poster design is by Walter Schnackenberg from the work Kostüme, Plakate und Dekorationen. The work was published in Munich by Musarion-Verlag in 1922. The presentation of his work is similar to the Maitres de l'Affiche in that they were pulled by Oskar Consee, Schnackenberg's exlusive printer, and done under the artist's supervision. Each was richly printed on high quality paper. The work featured hand-colored pochoir lithographs (some with gold hi-lites) and some photogravures. Oskar Bie provided introductory text for the work. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Die Pyramide. 1920.
        Nov. 13, 2022

        Die Pyramide. 1920.

        Est: $17,000 - $20,000

        ARTIST: WALTER SCHNACKENBERG (1880-1961) SIZE: 35 x 47 7/8 in./88.8 x 121.8 cm PRINTER: Oscar Consée, München DESCRIPTION: In order to promote a Munich wine bar called The Pyramid, Schnackenberg goes all in on the Egyptian theme, but with Art Deco flair. The flattened shapes, geometric lines, and seminude attending server draw on ancient reliefs, while the wine glasses and spindly bread sticks reflect 1920s German culture. Rare! (Art Deco; Food/Drink; German)

        Poster Auctions International Inc
      • Schnackenberg - Schnackenberg-Ausstellung / Verso: Ritter Blaubart
        Nov. 12, 2022

        Schnackenberg - Schnackenberg-Ausstellung / Verso: Ritter Blaubart

        Est: $500 - $1,500

        This bold and rare costume or poster design is by Walter Schnackenberg from the work Kostüme, Plakate und Dekorationen. The work was published in Munich by Musarion-Verlag in 1922. The presentation of his work is similar to the Maitres de l'Affiche in that they were pulled by Oskar Consee, Schnackenberg's exlusive printer, and done under the artist's supervision. Each was richly printed on high quality paper. The work featured hand-colored pochoir lithographs (some with gold hi-lites) and some photogravures. Oskar Bie provided introductory text for the work. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg - Laederlappen, Stockholm / Verso: Pathe: Groteske
        Nov. 12, 2022

        Schnackenberg - Laederlappen, Stockholm / Verso: Pathe: Groteske

        Est: $500 - $1,500

        This bold and rare costume or poster design is by Walter Schnackenberg from the work Kostüme, Plakate und Dekorationen. The work was published in Munich by Musarion-Verlag in 1922. The presentation of his work is similar to the Maitres de l'Affiche in that they were pulled by Oskar Consee, Schnackenberg's exlusive printer, and done under the artist's supervision. Each was richly printed on high quality paper. The work featured hand-colored pochoir lithographs (some with gold hi-lites) and some photogravures. Oskar Bie provided introductory text for the work. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg - Deutsches Theatre, Munchen / Verso: Schlange
        Oct. 29, 2022

        Schnackenberg - Deutsches Theatre, Munchen / Verso: Schlange

        Est: $500 - $1,500

        This bold and rare costume or poster design is by Walter Schnackenberg from the work Kostüme, Plakate und Dekorationen. The work was published in Munich by Musarion-Verlag in 1922. The presentation of his work is similar to the Maitres de l'Affiche in that they were pulled by Oskar Consee, Schnackenberg's exlusive printer, and done under the artist's supervision. Each was richly printed on high quality paper. The work featured hand-colored pochoir lithographs (some with gold hi-lites) and some photogravures. Oskar Bie provided introductory text for the work. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg - Der Salamander / Verso: Hedemaria Scholz in "Die Rodelmexe"
        Oct. 29, 2022

        Schnackenberg - Der Salamander / Verso: Hedemaria Scholz in "Die Rodelmexe"

        Est: $500 - $1,500

        This bold and rare costume or poster design is by Walter Schnackenberg from the work Kostüme, Plakate und Dekorationen. The work was published in Munich by Musarion-Verlag in 1922. The presentation of his work is similar to the Maitres de l'Affiche in that they were pulled by Oskar Consee, Schnackenberg's exlusive printer, and done under the artist's supervision. Each was richly printed on high quality paper. The work featured hand-colored pochoir lithographs (some with gold hi-lites) and some photogravures. Oskar Bie provided introductory text for the work. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg - Hardcover with Dancer Illustration to Front, Illustration of Women's Head to Back
        Aug. 13, 2022

        Schnackenberg - Hardcover with Dancer Illustration to Front, Illustration of Women's Head to Back

        Est: $500 - $1,000

        This bold and rare costume or poster design is by Walter Schnackenberg from the work Kostüme, Plakate und Dekorationen. The work was published in Munich by Musarion-Verlag in 1922. The presentation of his work is similar to the Maitres de l'Affiche in that they were pulled by Oskar Consee, Schnackenberg's exlusive printer, and done under the artist's supervision. Each was richly printed on high quality paper. The work featured hand-colored pochoir lithographs (some with gold hi-lites) and some photogravures. Oskar Bie provided introductory text for the work. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg - Photograph of Schnackenberg
        Aug. 13, 2022

        Schnackenberg - Photograph of Schnackenberg

        Est: $400 - $800

        This bold and rare costume or poster design is by Walter Schnackenberg from the work Kostüme, Plakate und Dekorationen. The work was published in Munich by Musarion-Verlag in 1922. The presentation of his work is similar to the Maitres de l'Affiche in that they were pulled by Oskar Consee, Schnackenberg's exlusive printer, and done under the artist's supervision. Each was richly printed on high quality paper. The work featured hand-colored pochoir lithographs (some with gold hi-lites) and some photogravures. Oskar Bie provided introductory text for the work. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      • Schnackenberg - Odeon Casino / Verso: Erry & Merry
        Jul. 30, 2022

        Schnackenberg - Odeon Casino / Verso: Erry & Merry

        Est: $400 - $800

        This bold and rare costume or poster design is by Walter Schnackenberg from the work Kostüme, Plakate und Dekorationen. The work was published in Munich by Musarion-Verlag in 1922. The presentation of his work is similar to the Maitres de l'Affiche in that they were pulled by Oskar Consee, Schnackenberg's exlusive printer, and done under the artist's supervision. Each was richly printed on high quality paper. The work featured hand-colored pochoir lithographs (some with gold hi-lites) and some photogravures. Oskar Bie provided introductory text for the work. Walter Schnackenberg (1880-1961) was an important poster and commercial artist as well as costume and set designer. He was a student at Stuck and a member of the Luitpold group.

        Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books
      Lots Per Page:

      Auction Houses Selling Works by Walter Schnackenberg