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Frohe Ostern

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Happy Easter (Frohe Ostern), Urban Janke (Austrian, Blottendorf/Vienna, 1887–1914)

Museum Accession, transferred from the Library, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

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Accession: WW.145

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The original lithograph of this illustration says “Frohe Ostern” or “Happy Easter” in German. It’s not Easter, but the first day of spring and the two are inter-related.

- Happy Easter by Urban Janke, 1908

Art Journal - March 19, 2020

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