Ex Libris EU:GER Heinrich Johann Vogeler

Bookplates by Heinrich Johann Vogeler (1872-1942) Heinrich Vogeler belongs to the most important German illustrators and ex libris artists, whose early work was influenced by Art Nouveau and then developed into a style coined by Futurism; the auction record for an etching by the artist is currently set at €4,000.
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Bookplate by Heinrich Johann Vogeler for Schotteck, ??

Bookplate by Heinrich Johann Vogeler for Schotteck, ??

Bookplate by Heinrich Johann Vogeler for Jenne Eggert, 1923

Bookplate by Heinrich Johann Vogeler for Jenne Eggert, 1923

Bookplate by Heinrich Johann Vogeler for Otto E. H. Blendermann, 1897

Bookplate by Heinrich Johann Vogeler for Otto E. H. Blendermann, 1897

Bookplate by Heinrich Johann Vogeler for Tony Schutte, 1905

Bookplate by Heinrich Johann Vogeler for Tony Schutte, 1905

Bookplate by Heinrich Johann Vogeler for Berth Bienert, 1902

Bookplate by Heinrich Johann Vogeler for Berth Bienert, 1902

Bookplate by Heinrich Johann Vogeler for Elise Altvater, ??

Bookplate by Heinrich Johann Vogeler for Elise Altvater, ??

Bookplate by Heinrich Johann Vogeler for Theodor Bienert, ??

Bookplate by Heinrich Johann Vogeler for Theodor Bienert, ??

Bookplate by Heinrich Johann Vogeler for Georg Kuhne, ??

Bookplate by Heinrich Johann Vogeler for Georg Kuhne, ??

Bookplate by Heinrich Johann Vogeler for Georg Strauch, ??

Bookplate by Heinrich Johann Vogeler for Georg Strauch, ??

Bookplate by Heinrich Johann Vogeler for Marie Hackfeld, 1900c.

Bookplate by Heinrich Johann Vogeler for Marie Hackfeld, 1900c.

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