It is a replica of the early years 50/1960, which was hung for years in a photo shop that was recently closed.
This week we want you to know beautiful plate advertising enamel 60x40cms brand Ernemann . The poster of our collection is actually a replica of the original and was made in the decade of the '50s or' 60s. Brand Ernemann , which remained until a few years ago, specialized in the production of film projectors, began his career at the end of the nineteenth century
The German Heinrich Ernemann, owner of a haberdashery in Dresden, founded in 1889 with Matthias Franz workshop joinery cameras, because at that time the cameras were wooden, but Matthias left the company in 1891. Ernemann, locksmith profession, was self-taught in the field of photography and soon showed a talent for photography business. Gradually Ernemann was making other components for the cameras along with the wooden parts and evolved to turn his company into one of the most important photographic technique of the then German Empire.
the company was growing, remaining in the first line of technological advances. In 1923 he built the tower Ernemann , 48 meters and the company moved manufacturing cameras there. Today the building is one of the most significant and houses the Museum of Dresden which contains the Camera Obscura Dresden and many objects of art of the last 150 years industrial history and the past century industrial buildings, which by no course many cameras and projectors
in 1926 Ernemann was associated with ICA and others to found the Zeiss Ikon hitherto Ernemann had 213 patents to his credit
The nail plate our collection was performed by Ludwig Hohlwein, a great and prolific German poster . Hohlwein in its early architect, focused his career since 1906 in designing posters and Ernemann created for a large number of illustrations that are very clearly recognized his style. His training in architecture is evident in his works, which show rotund volumes and a mastery of drawing . His touches of color and play with light and shadows get their works are always recognizable