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Per aspera ad astra : Schattenfries

Author: Karl Wilhelm Diefenbach; Fidus; B.G. Teubner (Firm),
Publisher: Leipzig ; Berlin : Verlag von B.G. Teubner, 1914.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : German : Zweite AuflageView all editions and formats
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Consists of a continuous image in 34 numbered parts unfolding to approximately 14 x 833 cm, printed on recto of a strip formed from 9 sheets of paper joined end to end and folded accordion-style to 34 pages. The image, in silhouette, depicts a procession of children, adults and animals in natural surroundings and is based on the artist's 68-meter long frieze of the same title.
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Named Person: Karl Wilhelm Diefenbach; Fidus; Karl Wilhelm Diefenbach; Fidus
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Karl Wilhelm Diefenbach; Fidus; B.G. Teubner (Firm),
OCLC Number: 959627089
Notes: "34 Teilbilder mit einer Textbeilage."
Edition statement and date from title page of accompanying booklet, which reads: Karl Wilhelm Diefenbach. Per aspera ad astra : Schattenfries entstanden unter Mithilfe seines ehemaligen Schülers Fidus. Zweite Auflage. Druck und Verlag von B.G. Teubner in Leipzig und Berlin, 1914.
Previous editions published Vienna, 1893, and Capri, 1907. Previously published by B.G. Teubner, 1913.
Booklet contains two poems by Diefenbach, with titles "Ein Lebenstraum: auf rauher Bahn zu den Sternen hinan" and "Das waren Ebenbilder Gottes!"
Advertisement for "Wandfriese und Bilder mit Rahmen aus K.W. Diefenbachs Per aspera ad astra": page 14 of the booklet.
Description: 1 unnumbered page, 1 folded sheet (34 pages) : 34 illustrations ; 21 x 26 cm + 1 booklet (13 pages, 1 unnumbered page)
Other Titles: Karl Wilhelm Diefenbach: Per aspera ad astra
Responsibility: von K.W. Diefenbach, unter Mithilfe seines ehemaligen Schülers Fidus.

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Consists of a continuous image in 34 numbered parts unfolding to approximately 14 x 833 cm, printed on recto of a strip formed from 9 sheets of paper joined end to end and folded accordion-style to 34 pages. The image, in silhouette, depicts a procession of children, adults and animals in natural surroundings and is based on the artist's 68-meter long frieze of the same title.

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