||Ach, Lilli! Ach, Willi!
||Imperial War Museum: Posters of Conflict - The Visual Culture of Public Information and Counter Information
||Kunstanstalt Weylandt, Berlin SO16
||advertisement, civilian personnel, music / song / anthems, women / womens work, film, agriculture / food
||whole: the main image occupies the upper two-thirds, with a smaller image positioned along the top edge. The title is partially integrated and positioned in the lower third, in yellow-brown. The text is partially integrated and positioned in the lower quarter, in black. All held within a yellow-brown border and set against a white background.
image: a shoulder-length depiction of a man and woman, both with their hands clasped to their heart whilst gazing lovingly at one another. In the background, are various small compartments of 'substitute' foodstuffs. The smaller image is a depiction of a musical score.
text: LOUIS OPPENHEIM
'Ach, Lilli!' 'Ach, Willi!'
Der grosse Schlager aus dem heiteren Zeitbilde:
'Wer zuerst kommt'
von Richard Wilde
Musik von Leopold Maass
KUNSTANSTALT WEYLANDT BERLIN S.O.16
[Coffee substitute. Lentils substitute. Beans substitute. 'Ach, Lilli'. 'Ach, Willi!'. The major hit from the cheerful picture of our times: 'Wer zuerst kommt' [Who comes first] by Richard Wilde. Music by Leopold Maass. Weylandt Art Office [address].]
|Id Number Current Accession
||IWM PST 13042
|Location Creation Site
||724 mm x 948 mm
||lithograph on paper
||WW1 German Home Front
||Germany (pre 1945 and post 1990) DE
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|Style Period Period
||lithograph in 4 colours