Jugendstil art from Jugend magazine. Leo Putz, artist. Living from 1869 to 1940 he was a Tyrolean artist from northern Italy, born up in the Alps.

Cover art for Jugend. 1906, Number 5.
Cover art for Jugend. 1906, Number 5. In the public domain. via https://www.cutlermiles.com/cover-to-jugend-1906-leo-putz/
"Schneckenkampf" (Snails Battle). Done for Jugend in 1904.
“Schneckenkampf” (Snails Battle). Done for Jugend in 1904. In the public domain. via https://thefugitivesaint.tumblr.com/post/168681833798/leo-putz-1869-1940-schneckenkampf-snails
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Artwork for the 1909 Number 5 issue of Jugend Magazine. In the public domain. via https://thefugitivesaint.tumblr.com/post/172557477488/leo-putz-1869-1940-jugend-5-1909-source
"Fall of Russia." Illustration for Jugend Magazine. 1915, number 43.
“Fall of Russia.” Illustration for Jugend Magazine. 1915, number 43. In the public domain. via http://poramoralarte-exposito.blogspot.com/2017/06/leo-putz-1869-1940.html
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Cover art for Jugend Magazine by Polish artist Olga (Otalia) Kraszewska (1859 – 1938)

"Youth" (Autumn). 1905.
“Youth” (Autumn). 1905. via sukhasiddhi.blog/2017/12/18/herbst/
"Allegory of Fortune." January 8, 1900.
“Allegory of Fortune.” January 8, 1900. via http://www.fromoldbooks.org/Jugend-1900/pages/02-025-front-cover/.

Both images in the public domain. Jugend Magazine was a German art magazine that was published from 1896 to 1940. Very avant-garde. Olga Kraszewska was one of the few female artists they featured.