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Dutch Art Nouveau & Art Deco book design (and ephemera) from the collection of Sipke van de Peppel and his sites anno1900.nl and DutchBookDesign.com. Sipke also puts together annual planners full of this striking but forgotten imagery.

Bookbinding for Een boek van verbeelding by Louise Ahn-de Jongh, design: Jan Toorop (1893).
Collection of anno1900.nl / Sipke van de Peppel.

Cover for Psyche by Louis Couperus, design: Jan Toorop (1898). Collection of anno1900.nl.

cover design: Wim Wijnman (1918). Collection of anno1900.nl.

cover design: Wim Wijnman (1929). Collection of anno1900.nl.

design: Pieter Hofman (1927). Collection of anno1900.nl.

design: Joan Collette (1920). Collection of anno1900.nl.

Program by Elias Ott for Theater Tuschinski (1923). Collection of anno1900.nl.

design: Wilhelmina Drupsteen (1907). Collection of anno1900.nl.

design: Joan Colette (1922). Collection of anno1900.nl.

“Benjamin S. Claus decorated the diploma of the ‘Ambachtsschool in (Den) Helder’. Claus gave drawing lessons at the crafts school in Arnhem. His style is influenced by the ‘foreign’ Art Nouveau; the lines are more flowing and the natural motifs are less stylized.” Collection of anno1900.nl.

design: Emilie van Kerckhoff (1897). Collection of anno1900.nl.

design: Chris Lebeau (1914). Collection of anno1900.nl.

cover design Lambertus Zwiers, 1918. Collection of anno1900.nl.

binding by M. de Lange (1935). Collection of anno1900.nl.

Serious book envy for this Henricus book:

Illustration by Henricus (Hendricus Jansen, 1867-1921) for Dat Liedekin van Heere Halewine (1904).
Collection of anno1900.nl.

Illustration by Henricus (Hendricus Jansen, 1867-1921) for Dat Liedekin van Heere Halewine (1904).
Collection of anno1900.nl.

Illustration by Henricus (Hendricus Jansen, 1867-1921) for Dat Liedekin van Heere Halewine (1904).
Collection of anno1900.nl.

This post first appeared on October 28, 2020 on 50 Watts