Pen and ink great work





Born in 1863 in Germany, Heinrich Kley is most famous for his pen and ink cartoon works in magazine like Die Jugend. With a jittery sketch style and satirical subject matter he captured the disillusionment that had a strong under-current in Germany in the early 1900’s. This book features the unabridged reproductions of Skizzenbuch, first published in 1909, and Skizzenbuch II, 1910.
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