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Johannes Boehland

Full name: Johannes Ludwig Richard Boehland
Gender: Male
Born: April 16, 1903 in Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Died: September 5, 1964 in Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Country: GER Germany
Sport: Art Competitions

Biography

Johannes Boehland was a painter and graphic artist. In 1936 he designed the logo for the Games in Berlin that showed a bell and with an imperial eagle inside, holding in its claws the five Olympic rings. At the bottom the bell was inscribed with the sentence "I call the youth of the world!"

From 1926, he worked as a graphic designer at the National Porcelain Factory in Berlin. From 1931 he taught at the College of Fine Arts in Berlin, while in 1945-49 he was Head of the Department of Graphic Arts and Crafts School in Wiesbaden. From 1951 he was Director of the School of Art in Wiesbaden.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1932 Summer 29 Los Angeles Art Competitions Mixed Painting, Unknown Event Germany GER AC
1932 Summer 29 Los Angeles Art Competitions Mixed Painting, Unknown Event Germany GER AC
1936 Summer 33 Berlin Art Competitions Mixed Painting, Unknown Event Germany GER AC

Mixed Painting, Unknown Event

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank Title
1932 Summer 29 Los Angeles Art Competitions Germany Final Standings AC Entwurf für die Internationale 10,000 km Fahrt des A.v.D. I
1932 Summer 29 Los Angeles Art Competitions Germany Final Standings AC Entwurf für die Internationale 10,000 km Fahrt des A.v.D. II
1936 Summer 33 Berlin Art Competitions Germany Final Standings AC Olympia-Glocke