Archer Defending GermanyArtist: Erler, Fritz
Time Period: c. 1914
Dimensions: 22.75" h x 17" w
Type of Work: Poster, lithographed
Price: $800 Plus shipping and insurance
A dramatic propaganda poster printed in Dresden, Germany during the First World War, this unusual piece depicts a nude archer with bow drawn, enveloped in flame and with hair flying forward like the horns of a powerful satyr. The poster reads, in German: der 9te Pfeil/ zeichnet Kriegsanleihe. Artist Fritz Erler was an acccomplished painter and illustrator, and is known for his posters for the German cause during The Great War, most depicting soldiers or airmen. This poster features a much more fantastic and inventive image, and celebrates the 9th Arrow....
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