Handwritten Sütterlin letter from the year 1933. German Empire.
The Sütterlin writings, usually called simply Sütterlin, are developed in 1911 commissioned by the Prussian Cultural and Education Ministry, by Ludwig Sütterl in Kurrent fonts. In addition to the German Sütterlin fonts that represents a special form of German cursive, Ludwig Sütterlin also developed a stylistically comparable Latin cursive alphabet. The German Sütterlin font was introduced in Prussia from 1915th.
Handwritten Sütterlin letter 1933.
She began in the 1920s to replace the German cursive and in 1935 in a modified form (slightly, with less circular shapes) as a German folk signature part of the official curriculum. As a result of the signature decree however led to its prohibition by a circular of the NSDAP on 1 September 1941.
Fidus. Mother and Child. German Art Nouveau painting 1910.
Fidus (Faithful) (born Hugo Reinhold Karl Johann Höppener 1868 -1948) was a German painter, illustrator and important representative of the life reform. He devoted himself to life reformist ideas of vegetarianism, the light faith, of nudism and a nature-friendly lifestyle. The specific style of Art Nouveau of his paintings was henceforth with esoteric symbols – lotus flowers, egg shapes, crosses and sun sign – enriched.
Angel of Light
The cyclic structure circle of life, the return of the man in the divine womb, the fusion of the sexes and the redemption of the light were recurrent motifs. A part of the estate of Fidus is in the archives of the German Youth Movement, which is part of the Hessian State Archives Marburg. Another part of the estate is kept in Fidus Archive of the Berlinische Galerie. An already-developed collection is located in the Academy of Arts in Berlin.
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