January 30, 2017
Paper Size: 66,0 x 53,5 cm / 26.0 x 21.1 in; Reference: Dorsch 712; The first (and larger, and far rarer) of Weber's two groundbreaking "Progress" lithographs, which were among the very first prints promoting ecology and questioning so-called "progress".
It has often been suggested that the faun in the foreground might have been the inspiration for Dr Seuss' Lorax (1971).
About The Artist
A. Paul Weber (born November 1, 1893 in Arnstadt, Germany, 9th November 1980 in Schretstaken near Mölln, Schleswig-Holstein) was a....Read More
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