Shadowboxed German Scientific Scroll of Pig Anatomy c.1940
This is a vintage German scientific scroll of a pig's anatomy by Jung Koch Quentel, Germany. Beautifully vivid colors depict the biology of the animal, there is very little wear to the scroll. The piece is shadowboxed in a modern two inch black matte frame and the scroll has been set back to give the artifact an historical feel.
- CREATOR Jung Koch Quentell (artists) Hagemann (manufacturer)
- DATE OF MANUFACTURE c.1940.
- MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES Printed canvas, Newly framed.
- CONDITION Excellent. Wear consistent with age and use.
- DIMENSIONS H 56 in. x W 41 in. x D 2 in.
The name Jung Koch Quentell came to be as they were the last names of the three men, all scientists, who in the fifties designed the charts for the German publishing company Hagemann, which supplied learning aids to German Schools. Their aim was to create universal charts, without text, which would be easy to interpret for teachers in any language.
Important principles of these charts were that the colors were true (up to 10 colors per chart) and that the size of the charts were large enough to be seen by the entire classroom. The scientific rigor and artistic perfection they applied to creating these charts ensured their international success as learning aids.