Berthold Brecht. Original lithograph portrait of Berthold Brecht is a rare 1st edition print. Published by PPP – Populäre Propaganda Presse in the late 1960’s in Germany. The last exemplares saved from the original stock of this rare poster in great condition. Be fast to catch one of the most impressing, timeless photographic portraits. A statement for your office, a niche at home, in a store, or even a holy rest room. A portrait that will not be waiting a long time to find the perfect spot and honorably decorate a prominent wall.
PPP – Populäre Propaganda Presse. PPP was a small creative poster venture coming out of Munich, and Düsseldorf in Germany. Indeed PPP was a german poster pioneer in music, political pop, erotic, lithography poster-art print, distribution, and publishing during the sixties and seventies.
Berthold Brecht. Original name Eugen Berthold Friedrich Brecht (born February 10, 1898, Augsburg, Germany—died August 14, 1956, East Berlin), German poet, playwright, and theatrical reformer whose epic theatre departed from the conventions of theatrical illusion and developed the drama as a social and ideological forum for leftist causes. Until 1924 Brecht lived in Bavaria, where he was born, studied medicine (Munich, 1917–21), and served in an army hospital (1918). From this period date his first play, Baal (produced 1923); his first success, Trommeln in der Nacht (Kleist Preis, 1922; Drums in the Night); the poems and songs collected as Die Hauspostille (1927; A Manual of Piety, 1966), his first professional production (Edward II, 1924); and his admiration for Wedekind, Rimbaud, Villon, and Kipling. (taken from encyclopedia britannica)
A time collectors must have. A portrait lovers must have. A milestone in german history. A masterpiece in the art of decoration.
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This Lithograph is category A. It may have tiny irritations (the beauty of original vintage), which can be seen on the high res. pop-up image of the product.