Vintage Educational Canvas Wall Chart: Cherry Tree
Original Vintage Educational Canvas Wall Charts: Cherry Tree by Jung, Koch, & Quentell. These wall charts became a common fixture in science classes all over Europe for more than a century. The dramatic interpretation of natural cycles and the anatomy of animals and plants were masterfully represented on high-quality paintings over black backgrounds that were lithographically printed onto the roll-up canvases from the original early XX Century carved stone master.
Originally produced as educational tools for schools and colleges by teacher Heinrich Jung, artist and biologist Gottlieb von Koch and college director, Doctor Friedrich Quentell.
In this particular Vintage Educational Canvas Wall Chart the overall picture and important details of the plant, as well as the stages of flowering and fruit development, are shown on the iconic dark background.
Vintage Educational Canvas Wall Charts are particularly elegant with sturdy wooden rods. They are incredibly sought-after by collectors and interior designers alike and some of the oldest charts can command up to 1,000 Euros or more.
Dimensions: Canvas 60 x 80cm, rod length 70cm.
Artists: Jung, Koch & Quentell. Brand: Frommann & Morian, Hagemann. Dimensions: Canvas 60 x 80cm, rod length 70cm. Materials: Litho-printed canvas, wood. Origin: Dusseldorf, Germany. Period: Early-Mid XX Century. Weight: 500grs.
About this Wall Chart:
The following is the original text that was included with the Educational Canvas Wall Charts as a reference for the teachers. This is a translation from the original in German.
Cherry Tree: Prunus avium Branch with blossoms; Sin_gle leaf with leaflets and g-land; Single flower seen from above; Flower in longitudinal section; Stamen; Ovary with style and stigma; Branch with ripe cherries; Section of fruit.
About the Collection:
Jung, Koch, & Quentell’s Vintage Educational Canvas Wall Charts were first published by Frommann and Morian in the early 1900’s Hagemann became involved in the production around 1928 first in conjunction with Frommann and Morian then on their own from around 1963. Before the digital age, millions of kids would have learnt multiple natural sciences lessons using these now mythical Vintage Educational Canvas Wall Chart as reference.