Bookmark Hansi The Snack Invitation

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The Hansi Bookmark representing The Snack Invitation... from the Collection of the Hansi Museum is made in PEFC in France and as its name suggests, allows to mark a page of a book by distinguishing this page from others in order to be able to find it later.

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The Hansi Bookmark representing The Snack Invitation is a piece of paper made in PEFC made in France from the Hansi Museum Collection, which, as its name suggests, allows you to mark a page of a book , that is to say to be able to distinguish this page from the others in order to be able to find it later, without damaging the book.

  • Made in France
  • Hansi collection
  • PEFC paper

Dimension: 19.5 cm x 5.5 cm

Jean-Jacques Waltz, alias Hansi or Uncle Hansi, is a French illustrator born in Colmar.

In 1894 his father sent him to Lyon to study industrial drawing, he also studied painting and decorative arts, still in Lyon.

After his stay in Lyon, he returned to Alsace where he became famous as a postcard artist.

The motifs of his illustrations often combine idyllic village scenes with biting anti-German caricatures.

While at first glance his illustrations appear to be innocent scenes of Alsatian life, closer observation reveals a dislike of the Germans that was to become Hansi's trademark.

PEFC paper (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification schemes) is certified paper that comes from responsibly managed forests. It is therefore environmentally friendly and sustainable over time.

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  • Material PEFC paper
  • Illustrator Hansi
  • Thematic Hansi