Horst Naumann - Tierpark Berlin (Panther) - 1963

Horst Naumann - Tierpark Berlin (Panther) - 1963
Poster - Amusement Parks, Animals - Germany

Uniquely beautiful and rare original poster from the Tierpark Berlin. Black panther with green eyes. Design by Horst Naumann. 1963.

Format: approx. 80 cm x 57 cm
Multiple cracks! See photo. Yellowed

Horst Naumann (born 12 October 1908 in Riesa; died 20 February 1990 in Dresden) was a German painter and graphic artist. From 1923 to 1925 Naumann studied art in Dresden under Johannes Uhlig. Between 1925 and 1927, he studied at the Art Academy of Dresden under Otto Dix. From 1928 to 1930 he was a lecturer at the Academy of Arts Dresden. From 1929 he was a member of the association of revolutionary artists, worked as a press cartoonist for the ‘Rote Fahne’, ‘die Arbeiterstimme’, ‘die Rentenquetsche’ and ‘den Stoß von links’. Naumann was arrested by the Nazis in 1934, from 1939 to 1943 he was assigned to a punishment battalion. After 1945, he was a poster and advertising designer in Dresden.
Naumann was one of the most renowned poster and stamp designers of the GDR. His stamps were issued in millions and are known to many collectors even today, in particular the series of Old Masters and the Animal Series.

Lot details
Horst Naumann
Poster title
Tierpark Berlin (Panther)
Amusement Parks, Animals
Country of Origin
B (reasonable - obvious imperfections)
80×57 cm
Nr of items
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