Friday, December 11, 2015

Max Korner

[Germany] (b 1887/d 1963)

In 1901 , Max Korner first completed with his father a three-year apprenticeship as a wood sculptor in Nuertingen and studied at the Stuttgart Royal Teaching and Experimental Workshop.. (..) "From 1913 to 1921 he was a teacher of visual design and crafts at the Stuttgart School of Applied Arts . From 1921 he held a professorship at the Nuremberg State School of Applied Arts  and was director of the master class for applied graphics. From 1945 to 1948 entrusted temporarily to direct the  Ellingen Academy until Fritz Griebel took over. Among his students was the painter Richard Lindner. He also published Monograms, Initials, Trademarks, Publisher’s Marks, Characters and Ornamental Letters , a collection of bold, modernistic examples of the Germanic style." 


Germany (Wurttenberg) 1920 "Stag" (6) [Engr (Max Korner)][Typo] Sc(O53,...,O58)

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