Hold on to your Lederhosen
up:date June 14, 2022 by Bonn Brandt
There are a number of myths surrounding the beloved Bavarian lederhosen. In 1913, the Bishop of Freising called the Bavarian lederhosen a "work of Satan". Devotees of Bavarian traditions, which had already been firmly established by that time, used this as defiance to wear traditional Bavarian trousers. The Lederhosen so triumphed against all prejudices.
The characteristic Bavarian culture was shaped during various periods of prosperity over the past centuries. From the ancient Roman Empire, Greece and Italy, there are numerous Mediterranean influences.
Land of Bavaria
Progressive-conservative and traditional-modern Bavaria is so distinct from the rest of Germany that it might as well become a separate state.
Bavarian tradition limited edition
The photo was taken by art and fashion photographer Jans Bock-Schroeder during Munich's St. Patrick's celebrations. The two Munich residents did not miss the opportunity to pay their respects to Ireland in traditional Munich costume.
- Limited Edition - Original
- Jans Bock-Schroeder
- Edition 1/3
- Negative Date: 1995
- Print Date: 2022
- Size: 40 x 50 cm
- Provenance: Bock-Schroeder Foundation
- Verso: Copyright stamp, Signature
- Signed by Jans Bock-Schroeder.
- Verso: Copyright stamp, Signature, Edition-Number 1/3
- Printed from the original negative
- Analog Handprint in museum quality on barytha paper
- Price includes tax, shipping, packaging and insurance.
- Delivery takes about 14 workdays.
- In-Person and remote viewings by appointment.
In photography, the term vintage print refers to a print that was made by the photographer immediately after the roll of film was developed and the negative was produced. Generally a vintage print is regarded a precious first print.
Originals, Modern Prints, are highly sought-after collectable photographic prints. They are printed in limited edition from the original negative. Every analog hand print is certified and editioned. The limited edition notice guarantees the uniqueness of each print.
- Unique: One of a kind piece, created by Peter Bock-Schroeder (1913-2001)
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