Janosch:
Picture "The Tiger Shouts 'Now Comes May'", framed
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Picture "The Tiger Shouts 'Now Comes May'", framed
Janosch:
Picture "The Tiger Shouts 'Now Comes May'", framed

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limited, total 219 copies | numbered | signed | etching on handmade paper | framed | glazed | size 49 x 49 cm

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Picture "The Tiger Shouts 'Now Comes May'", framed
Janosch: Picture "The Tiger Shouts 'Now Comes May'", framed

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Picture "The Tiger Shouts 'Now Comes May'", framed

Janosch's drawings and figures touch our souls. Their understatement, charming imperfection or their ideas that you might once have had yourself or would like to have. Experiencing an adventure, asking questions, looking for allies, but above all, being free in spirit. So the little ones, the big ones, the brave ones or even those in need of a hug easily identify themselves with the world of the German painter, draughtsman and renowned children's book author. They take you on a journey together with the internationally award-winning artist, and you'll have the chance to discover not only his unique esprit but also yourself.

Original etching on handmade paper, limited world edition only 199 copies + 20 E.A. copies, numbered and signed by Janosch. © Janosch Film und Medien AG. Framed in silver-coloured solid wood frame, glazed. Size 49 x 49 cm.

The picture is titled in German: "Der Tiger ruft 'Nun kommt der Mai'".

Portrait of the artist Janosch

About Janosch

Born in 1931, painter, draughtsman, author, inventor of the "Tigerente" (lit., tiger duck)

Janosch is a phenomenon. He was born in 1931 in Hindenburg (now Zabrze, Poland) in Upper Silesia. Remaining forever young, he has never needed a surname. For many years now, has been giving a damn about the zeitgeist, but rather quietly addresses criticism of contemporary issues. Meanwhile, his fan community continues to grow.

Janosch, who is the friend of all children from the age of 3-100, wrote and illustrated about 290 children's books, published novels in nearly 70 languages, two plays and numerous animated films such as "Janoschs Traumstunde", "Das glückliche Leben des Günter Kastenfrosch" and many more. And he invented the tiger duck.

In the same way that his stories have always been more than just children's books, Janosch is more than just an author and illustrator: Janosch is one of the most creative inventors of worlds and characters. Through his fables, which are full of love for the human and subtle humour, he has become famous and popular all over the world.

But also Janosch's artistic work has a rapidly growing fan base. Janosch has painted over 10,000 paintings in the course of his work, which still continues unabated. His drawings and sculptures have become real crowd-pullers at countless exhibitions throughout Europe. And over and over again, it becomes clear that many people of all ages love Janosch and his art has long been a cult among young and old alike.

He has been showered with awards - the German and French Literature Award, the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany, the Prix Danube, the Zilveren Griffel, the Silver Paintbrush and twice the Bratislava Gold Medal. But the greatest award is probably the immense fanbase of Janosch lovers, both young and old.

Today, Janosch is the best-known children's book artist in the world. He lives and works on the island of Tenerife.

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