Willi Moegle
Esslingen am Neckar (Germany), 17.08.1897 - Leinfelden (Germany), 06.07.1989
After World War I, with a scholarship from Bosch, he enrolled at the Stuttgart School of Applied Arts in order to become a graphic designer. Later, he worked at the State Office for Conservation and, teaching himself photography, began taking pictures. He was entrusted with the task of documenting historic buildings, works of art and manuscripts. In 1927 he opened his first studio and established himself by photographing Bauhaus style furniture, porcelain and glass objects. His clients soon included well-known architects, interior designers, graphic designers and publishers.
Willi Moegle
Die Sachfotografie
Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern, DE, 2004
Gerda Breuer
pages 192
first edition
dimensions 28.5 × 21.5 cm, hardcover
language German
ISBN 3-7757-1409-X