At the end of the 19th century, Heinrich Jung (Teacher), Dr. Gottfried Von Koch (Professor) and Dr. Friedrich Quentell (Director) -who all recognized a need for high quality, accurate teaching aids in the classroom - collaborated in the creation of an extensive series of biological wall charts, each bringing their expertise and talent to the project. The dark background of each chart brings out the precise biological work in a beautiful way, and is ideal for teaching. Each illustration depicts a typical representative of its species and its corresponding behaviors.
This series of charts was published in 1891 and distributed in most countries of the civilized world. After WWII, all titles were retouched, in keeping with the changed scientific and artistic discoveries. This edition was originally printed between the late 60's and early 70's, as noted on each chart.There was originally no text printed on the charts, enabling them to be studied throughout the World. Nowadays, they are universally considered as"objects d'art," and are displayed accordingly. The original publisher, Teaching aid Publishing company Hagemann is still to this day printing the charts in Germany. Most of the work is done by hand, guaranteeing the outstanding quality of each chart.
Now you can bring this piece of history and fine art into your own home! They are available laminated onto canvas with wooden rods for hanging.