Thursday, February 1, 2018

Hajo Rose

[Germany] (b 1910/d 1989)

Self Portrait (1930)

"Hajo Rose was a German photographer and graphic designer.  (..) he studied at the School of Applied Arts in Königsberg during the period from 1929 to 1930. Directly afterwards, he went to the Bauhaus in Dessau and Berlin for three years. (..) On 1 April 1933, he was awarded with the Bauhaus Diploma No. 112 of the advertising workshop. (..) After the Bauhaus was closed, he arrived at Amsterdam as an emigrant and he went to the private Nieuwe Kunstschool in Amsterdam – which was headed by the former Bauhäusler Paul Citroen – until 1940. Rose became a lecturer for advertising graphic, typography and photography there. (..) At the same time, he operated his own advertising office and was its photographer, exhibition designer and set designer until 1941. After being imprisoned until 1948 during the Military Service , Hajo succeeded in his re-entry and worked as a lecturer for commercial graphic design and typeface at the Academy for Fine Arts in Dresden between 1949 and 1953. He subsequently switched to the Technical College for Applied Art in Leipzig and worked freelance for the industry of the GDR. "


 East Germany 1957 "International Red Cross Day" (2,2,2) [Photo] Sc(350,351) [ image credit of Stampworld ]

 East Germany 1958 "6th Markkleeberg Agricultural Exhibition" (3,3,3) [Litho] Sc(385,...,387)  [ image credit of Stampworld ] 

East Germany 1963 "Red Cross Centenary" (2,2,2) [Litho] Sc(651,652)  [ image credit of Stampworld ]  

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