Munchen: G. Hirth's Verlag, July 21, 1897. Wraps. Color pictorial wrappes. German text. Illustrated Archival tape on spine of wrappers. very good. Item #56424
Jugend ("Youth" in German) was a German art magazine that was created in the late 19th century. The magazine was based in Munich.It featured many famous Art Nouveau artists and is the source of the term "Jugendstil" ("Jugend-style"), the German version of Art Nouveau.