Fritz Helmuth Ehmcke (1878–1965) was a German graphic artist, illustrator and book designer. He studied at the Royal Museum of Commercial Arts in Berlin in 1899–1901, and co-founded the Steglitz Workshop (Steglitzer Werkstatt) in 1900. He was appointed to the Düsseldorf School of Commercial Arts in 1903 and worked, from 1913–1938 at Mainz School of Commercial Arts/the State School of Applied Arts, where he was responsible for Rupprecht Press from 1913–1934. He was later a professor at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts from 1946–1948. See some pictures of his work here. Learn more about his many types here.
Ehmcke, Fritz Helmut. Persönliches und Sachliches – Gesammelte Aufsätze und Arbeiten aus fünfundzwanzig Jahren. Zu seinem fünfzigsten Geburtstag herausgegeben. (Berlin: Verlag Hermann Rechendorff, 1928) 245.