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A. Paul Weber

Collection by George H. Peters

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Howling with Wolves, by Weber. Caricature of British Imperialism & Capitalism. Myths & Monsters, She Wolf, Cartoon Styles, Macabre, The Magicians, Printmaking, Illustrators, Beast, Old Things

A. Paul Weber - The Great Paralysis

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Das Gerücht (The Rumour) Color Crayons, Illustration Art, Illustrations, Anton, Gossip, City Photo, Creativity, Museum, Colorful

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A.Paul Weber, Das Gerücht 1943/1953, Lithographie

A.Paul Weber, Der Despot, 1966, Lithographie Andreas, Printmaking, Monochrome, Graphic Art, Berlin, Cartoon, Drawings, Prints, Poster

Ketterer Kunst, Kunstauktionen, Buchauktionen München, Hamburg & Berlin

A.Paul Weber, Der Despot, 1966, Lithographie

Illustration by A. Paul Weber for Hoppla Kultur! pictures to the glory of our times) Learning Logo, Science Fiction Art, Sci Fi Art, Disney Characters, Fictional Characters, The Past, Logo Design, Black And White, History

A. Paul Weber

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Zwischen den Stühlen (Between the Chairs) | A. Paul Weber Arts And Crafts, Drawings, Shadows, Illustration, Painting, Tattoo, Image, Sketch, Printmaking

Zwischen den Stühlen (Between the Chairs) | A. Paul Weber

 Paul Weber, Speculating on Death, 1943 Here, a capitalist war profiteer neatly brushes wooden grave crosses in view of the coming war. In a number of Weber's political drawings the mass of "humans" is replaced by the mass of crosses. Illustrators, Fantasy Art, Sketches, Drawings, Painting, Image, Fictional Characters, Death, Crosses

A. Paul Weber, Speculating on Death, 1943 Here, a capitalist war profiteer neatly brushes wooden grave crosses in view of the coming war. In a number of Weber's political drawings the mass of "humans" is replaced by the mass of crosses.(they never stop!)