Bernhard Pankok

Jugendstil Wallpaper Design

watercolor, 1900

 

Bernhard Pankok (Münster (Westfalen) 1872-1943 Baierbrunn)

Jugendstil Wallpaper Design

1900

watercolor on paper on cardboard

24 x 36 cm

signed and dated lower right in watercolor: "B. Pankok 1900"


inscribed lower left in watercolor:  "M. 1:10-" [probably signifying 1:10 scale]


inscribed in pencil lower left: "V.W. Mod. 807," referencing V(ereinigte). W(erkstätten).  Mod(ell). 807 [United Workshops, Model 807]


stamped at top right: "Vereinigte Werkstätten für Kunst im Handwerk Act ges München" ["United Workshops for Art in Handicrafts Munich"] 


on the cardboard mount at lower left in pencil inscribed: "Mod. 807. 5009.  Dresden."


on the cardboard mount at lower right in pencil inscribed: "Prof. B. Pankok."


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Discussion:


In Munich, in 1898, Bernhard Pankok was a co-founder of the Vereinigten Werkstätten für Kunst im Handwerk [United Workshops for Artistry in Craftsmanship], an artist-run cooperative dedicated to the production, promotion, and sale of Jugendstil (German Art Nouveau) applied art.  It was the Munich and Bremen forerunner and analogue of the Wiener Werkstätte in Vienna.



References:


See Udo Grote and Hans Galen, eds., Bernhard Pankok - Münster und das Münsterland (Münster in Westfalen: Aschendorff Verlag, 1986), Nr. 223, Fig. m. (described there "as part of Pankok's interior decoration as a design for a wallpaper").  Catalogue of an exhibition at Stadtmuseum Münster.

 

Bernhard Pankok (Münster (Westfalen) 1872-1943 Baierbrunn)

Self-Portrait

1932

lithograph

39 x 30 cm

signed in pencil lower right: Pankok

dated 1932 in the plate

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For other portraits of Bernhard Pankok, see the Emil Orlik entry, above, on this, Symbolismus, website.

 

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