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|image= [[Image:Carl-Johan-De-Geer-01-a.jpg|200 px]]<br>Carl Johan De Geer<br>[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_Johan_De_Geer <small>Picture from WikiPedia</small>]
 
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'''Mandrake no longer exists'''
 
==History==
 
==History==
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At [https://www.bukowskis.com/sv/lots/946882-carl-johan-de-geer-farglitografi-signerad-och-numrerad-36-290-samt-daterad-2011 Bukowskis] the artist tells about the origin of the "Fantomen i Skanör" ''(The Phantom in Skanör)''. In 1978 he made a poster with acrylic on panel. With two holes on top with a leash in between, it became similar to an old school poster. Carl Johan De Geer also made a copy of this poster for the Norrköping Art Museum in 1980. In 2011 he and Björn Lumphé made a lithograph in an edition of 290 copies.
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The origin of "Mandrake finns inte mer" ''(Mandrake no longer exists)'' is a bit more uncertain, since it is not dated. The title was first time used for a book written by Carl Johan De Geer (Legus, Stockholm 1995). But the Mandrake lithograph probably dates from the same time as The Phantom, 2011.
  
 
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*Mandrake: signed and numbered (290) litograph in color, 60x63 cm.
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*"Mandrake finns inte mer": signed and numbered (290) litograph in color, 60x63 cm.
*The Phantom: signed and numbered (290) litograph in color, 69x55 cm.
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*"Fantomen i Skanör": signed and numbered (290) litograph in color, 69x55 cm.
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==

Latest revision as of 20:02, 3 December 2019

Carl-Johan-De-Geer-01-a.jpg
Carl Johan De Geer
Picture from WikiPedia
Country: Mini sweden.gif Sweden / Swedish


Mandrake no longer exists

History

At Bukowskis the artist tells about the origin of the "Fantomen i Skanör" (The Phantom in Skanör). In 1978 he made a poster with acrylic on panel. With two holes on top with a leash in between, it became similar to an old school poster. Carl Johan De Geer also made a copy of this poster for the Norrköping Art Museum in 1980. In 2011 he and Björn Lumphé made a lithograph in an edition of 290 copies.

The origin of "Mandrake finns inte mer" (Mandrake no longer exists) is a bit more uncertain, since it is not dated. The title was first time used for a book written by Carl Johan De Geer (Legus, Stockholm 1995). But the Mandrake lithograph probably dates from the same time as The Phantom, 2011.

  • "Mandrake finns inte mer": signed and numbered (290) litograph in color, 60x63 cm.
  • "Fantomen i Skanör": signed and numbered (290) litograph in color, 69x55 cm.

External links