Brynolf Wennerberg (S)


Brynolf (Bruno) Wennerberg was born in Otterstad (Sweden) in 1866. He was a painter, commercial artist, graphic designer and illustrator.

From 1885 to 1886 he was a student at the School of Applied Arts in Stockholm,  from 1887 to 1888 at P.S. Kroyer's school in Copenhagen and the at the Academies  in  Munich and Paris.

In 1898 he settled in Munich. He worked on the magazines Lustige Blätter, Meggendorfer Blätter  and Simplicissimus (1915).
In 1915 he designed several  military propaganda postcards in the series for Simplicissimus.

Brynolf Wennerberg died in Bad Aibling (Bavaria) in 1950.

(Source: Art Nouveau Postcards. Giovanni Fanelli & Ezio Godoli. USA 1987)


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"Abschied"

"Erfrisschungs-
station"

"Daheim"

"Auf Urlaub"

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"Der
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"Strategie"

"Ausmarsch"

"Vor der
Abfahrt"

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"Gute Nach-
richten von der
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"Siegesdepeche"

"Der Stammgast"

"Heimaturlaub"

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"Urlaubsfahrt"

"Renommier-
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"Liebesgaben"

"Geplänkel"

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"Fürs Rote Kreuz"

"Auf Wiedersehn"

"Der Kuß"

"AmFlugplatz"

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"Am Strand"

"Schach"

"Ein frischer Trunk"

"In der Heimat,
in der Heimat"

 24  Kriegspostkarten von B. Wennerberg. Verlag von Albert Langen, München.
Druck von Hesse & Becker, Leipzig.




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