Blumengeister (S713) - Flowers with hidden messages

Language: German/Italian

Complete: Yes

Condition:  Very Good

Edition: Original (no reproduction)

Year of issue: 1902

Publisher: Liebig Company

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Step into the enchanting world of "Flower Spirits" with Liebig's chromo series no. 713 from 1902, a stunning collection of six Art Deco drawings that explore the symbolic meanings of flowers. Each print combines the delicate beauty of flowers with profound symbolic values, enriched by the elegant style of the Art Deco period:

  1. Joy of Life - Roses: Roses symbolize the fullness of life and the joy found in every moment.
  2. Wealth
  3. Vanity - Iris: The iris represents wealth and vanity, a reminder of the transience of material things.
  4. Dreaminess - Poppies: Poppies evoke a sense of dreaminess and the freedom of the spirit.
  5. Purity - Lilies: Lilies stand for purity and innocence, a beacon of light and goodness.
  6. Modesty - Violets: Violets symbolize modesty and simplicity, values often overlooked.

Notably, each print features Liebig pots, a subtle nod to the brand that created these artworks. These details, along with the Art Deco style, make the "Flower Spirits" series particularly valuable to collectors. Not only are these prints visually stunning, but they also offer insight into the cultural values and aesthetics of the early 20th century.

Catalogue     Number                                                       
Sanguinetti  713
Fada 715