Thursday, August 30, 2018

More Kley Illustrations



I just came across these beautiful Heinrich Kley drawings. I hadn't seen them before. The first one features a theme often applied by Kley, modern progress against nature.
I know lizards can grow their tail back...not so sure about crocodiles.




This one is titled Two lovely Beasts.





This is a great drawing, but I don't understand the Bavarian sounding caption. So I won't even try to translate? Anybody in Germany?





Either a sketchbook page or a study for a painting.


4 comments:

  1. The Bavarian text under the title "The Faun" means "Sie, Fräulein, bräuchten Sie vielleicht ein Modell für einen Sittlichkeitsapostel?" in German or "Excuse me, Lady, do you need a model for a moralizer (literally an apostle of moral)?" in English.
    Also thank you for sharing the great art!

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  2. Great art as always with Kley.

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  3. Heinrich Kleys humoristic artwork is pure inspiration for me!!!
    Thanks for sharing it, Mr Deja! :-)
    Before I saw his work in your Blog I prefer art by Franz Marc, the jungle pictures by Henri Rousseau and the girls und young women by Pierre Auguste Renoir or Alfons Mucha.

    Mainstream-Art perhaps but beautiful and fantastic! :-)

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