's-Hertogenbosch : L.C.G. Malmberg.
In nieuwe richting, wandplaten voor 't aanschouwingsonderwijs., Original lithograph picture ( paper on linen ) mounted between 2 wooden sticks., Size including sticks: 95,5 x 74,5 Cm., Paper size: 92 x 70 Cm.
Methode voor 't aanschouwingsonderwijs en 't aanvankelijk en voortgezet taalonderwijs in de lagere school. (Voor Volksscholen en voor scholen met U.L.O.). Illustraties van P. van Geldorp. Malmberg's Nieuwe wandplaten in kleuren voor 't aanschouwingsonderwijs en 't aanvankelijk taalonderwijs, naar oorspronkelijke teekeningen van P. van Geldorp. Series of teaching charts used for illustrating daily life in a Roman Christian family. Each cart depicts an important activity or festivity in the child’s life. This specific chart is one of the most sought after charts because it shows the visit of “Sinterklaas en zwarte piet “ = Dutch version of Santa Claus and his helpers. For Dutch children a highlight in the winter months because of the presents given and because they were praised for good behavior. Extremely rare to find this luxury linen version in such a good condition. WIKIPEDIA: Sinterklaas (or more formally Sint Nicolaas or Sint Nikolaas; Saint Nicolas.
-In bright original condition. Tear along top right side of the stick is reinforced by an extra strip of linen at the back. Exceptional bright colors. Mostly these “Malmberg” charts are faded because of the exposure to sunlight. This rare linen version ( Normally mounted on board ) has been stored rolled up in the dark. NB Linen version of charts were much more expensive in the early 1900’s due to the price of linen compared to board and due to the extra labor involved in producing the linen version.- WIKIPEDIA: Sankt Nikolaus in German) is a traditional winter holiday figure still celebrated today in the Low Countries, including the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg, as well as some parts of Germany, French Flanders, Lorraine and Artois. He is also well known in territories of the former Dutch Empire, including Aruba, Suriname, Curaçao, Bonaire, and Indonesia. He is one of the sources of the holiday figure of Santa Claus in North America.