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 Hermann Rosse  (1887 - 1965)

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Lived/Active: Illinois/California      Known for: illustrator, mural, painter

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02/09/2012
Gene Meier

A Child of the Century,by Ben Hecht (1954),p.339
And a young master of the arts, Herman Rosse, set a standard for book illustrating never to be surpassed in my time. Tall,black-haired and with a curious medieval look to him, Rosse,the Dutchman, had come from quests in China, Java and Bali to fall in love with the skyscrapers,crowds and bridges of our town. The Rosse genius that embraced architecture and the history of culture brought an electric professionalism to the catch-as-catch-can publishing boom in this store. The most beautiful-looking book I have ever seen was my own 1001 AFTERNOONS IN CHICAGO, designed and illustrated by Rosse. True,it contained some hundred and five typographical errors, including the printing of whole paragraphs upside down, but it was nonetheless a book of wonders to behold.


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