Ludwig Hohlwein (1874 in Wiesbaden - 1949 in
Berchtesgaden) was a German poster artist. He was trained and
practiced as an architect until 1906 when he switched to poster
design. Hohlwein's adaptations of photographic images was based
on a deep and intuitive understanding of graphical principles.
His creative use of color and architectural compositions dispels
any suggestion that he uses photos as a substitute for creative
Dead chamois on hill,
around 1915, monogrammed and signed.
Tusche, brush, watercolor on cardboard.
22,1x35,9 cm (8,7x14,13 in)