Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Heinz Raebiger

[Germany] (b 1903/ d 1955)

Heinz Raebiger working..

"After his studies at the Berlin Academy of Fine Arts in Berlin-Wilmersdorf, the illustrator and draftsman settled down as a freelance graphic artist and worked as a press draftsman. (...) He has designed one stamp for the German Reich Post in 1935...He acted also as a War Photographer and draftsman at the Spanish civil War in 1936 ... (...) His works "from the Spanish Civil War to the Russian Field" are published in the Kanterverlag under the title "Kriegszeichner" (1942) .. (...) In 1944, he returned to the eastern front, where he was apparently in Soviet captivity and was probably killed in a prisoner of war camp in 1955. (...) "

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Germany 1935 "12th Anniversary of the first Hitler's Putsch" (2,1) [Photo] Sc(467,468)


Liechtenstein 1937 "Worker's Issue" (4,4,4) [Photo (Courvoisier)] Sc(132,...,135) [ Image credit of stampworld ]






Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Enzo Morelli

[Italy] (b 1896/d 1976)

Portrait of Enzo Morelli by Giuseppe Novello

"When Morelli was just thirteen he moved to Milan where he began his artist career first as a poster and advertising designer, then as a cartoonist and, after World War I, he became part of the artist movement "Novecento Italiano", whose inspiration was 15th century pre-Renaissaince art in the attempt of creating a new way of paiting. (...) He mainly painted landscapes and portraits. Morelli is indeed considered to be one of the greatest landscape painters of the 20th century; Assisi, where he lived from 1923 to 1940, Bogliaco del Garda and Bagnacavallo are frequently represented. (...) A large number of his art works has been donated by Enzo Morelli's wife after his death to Bagnacavallo's municipality, since this was the artist's will. "

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Italy 1911 "Jubilee of the Kingdom of Italy" (4,4,1) [Engr (A. Repettati)][Recess] Sc(120) [ image of a Surcharged stamp]






Friday, June 16, 2017

Victor Marec

[France] (b 1862/d 1920)

"Self Portrait" 1904
"A Portrait painter by formation, Victor Marec was a pupil of the Academic Painters Jean-Leon Gérome and Jean-Paul Laurens.. (...) member of the French Artists Society since 1899, he regularly exhibited from 1880 to 1914 at the Annual Society 'Salons d'Expositions... ' (...) "

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Ethiopia 1909 "Various Designs" (7,3,3) [Engr (M.E. Dete)][Typo] Sc(87,...,93)




Thursday, June 15, 2017

János Bohm

[Hungary] (b 1860/d 1944)

The work "Azt mondják" of 1894 [photo]
"János Bohm attended the Budapest Decorative Arts School under Bertalan Székely and started his Professional life as an Art Teacher in the Hungarian Capital, first at the Industrial Design School and then at the Vörösmarty Mihály Secondary School...(...) many of his works were exhibited at the Art Gallery and National Museums ... (...)"

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Hungary 1900 "King Francis Joseph, The Hungarian Crown and the Turul Bird" (20,2,1) [Typo] Sc(47,....,62) [ this illustration was used with new wmk's and perforations in the new issues of 1904, 1908 and 1913 ]