MOELLER FINE ART
YOUR UNCLE FEININGER COMICS, FAIRY TALES, AND TOYS
The exhibition also included 68 hand-carved and painted wooden figures and houses created between 1925 and 1955. This unique group is the largest of its kind in the world, and belonged to the Feininger's eldest son, Andreas.
In 1913, Lyonel Feininger also designed a series of toy trains for the Munich manufacturer Otto Löwenstein. Due to the outbreak of the First World War, however, only the prototypes were realized. The preparatory drawings for these were only recently discovered, were shown at Moeller Fine Art Berlin for the first time. In addition, five drawings of 1908 for Hans Bondy's edition of Norwegische Volksmärchen (Norwegian Folktales) will be shown.
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