Prinz Ludwig Karl

Karl Ludwig Prinz-1875-1944 On the holy springs of Drama Macedonia 1918 watercolor

Born and died in Vienna, Austria. Prinz was a landscape and stage painter that worked on staging in Vienna Court Opera (1912), the theaters in Munich, Hamburg, and New York. He also decorated the Interior Ministry and Vienna City Museum, the Prince of Lichtenstein. Beside theater work, he was also active as a painter for […]

Lach ‘Fritz’ Friedrich


Born on 29.05.1868 in Linz, died on 09.10.1933 in Vienna. Friedrich ‘Fritz’ Lach is considered as one of the best Austrian watercolorists. He was a nephew of the well-known flower and still-life painter Andreas Lach. Studied at the Trade School in Linz from 1882 to 1885 and later at the Cadet School  in Vienna. Until […]

Kanitz Phillip Felix

Born on 02.08.1829, died on 08.01.1904, Felix Philipp Kanitz was an Austro-Hungarian painter, naturalist, geographer, ethnographer, archaeologist and author of travel notes. Kanitz was born in Budapest to a rich Jewish family and enrolled in art in the University of Vienna in 1846, at the age of 17. He traveled extensively after 1850, visiting Germany, […]

Jungnickel Heinrich Ludwig


Born on 22-07-1881 in Wunsiedel, died on 14-02-1965 in Vienna. He was most famous Austrian animal painters. At first, he studied at the Munich School of Arts and Crafts. In 1898 after a yearlong stay in Italy he went to Vienna where he studied with Christian Griepenkerl at the Academy of Fine Arts and later […]

Huber Ernst

Born 15. July 1896 in Vienna, died on 26. Sept. 1960 in Vienna. His paintings were represented 1919 at the art association. From 1920 he was a member of the Viennese “Sonderbund” and from 1930 a member of the Viennese Secession. He traveled to Dalmatia, Orient / Palestine, Tunisia, South America, Peru, Chile, Columbia and […]

Hesshaimer Ludwig

Ludwig Hesshaimer 1872-1956

А very well-known Austrian painter and graphic artist of the late 19th – early 20th century. At first an officer, he soon started painting and served during the World War I as military painter in Serbia, Macedonia and Russia. Тhe First World War had a major impression on him. He created a recognizable style of […]

Forstner Leopold

Bleistiftzeichnung von Leopold Forstner

Leopold Forstner (2 November 1878 in Bad Leonfelden, Upper Austria – 5 November 1936 in Stockerau) was an artist who was part of the Viennese Jugendstil movement, focusing particularly on the mosaic as a form. He completed his primary education in Leonfelden, before completing his education in Linz. Through his uncle Anton Forstner he was able to be released from an […]

Fahringer Carl

Carl Fahringer was a very well-known Austrian impressionist, landscape and animalist painter of the late 19th – first half of the 20th century. He studied at the Vienna Academy under Allemand and Eisenmenger and at the Academy of Munich under Marr. He traveled through Europe, Orient, Balkan, Africa, Java, Bali and Sumatra. In 1929-1945 he […]

Diehl-Wallendorf Hans


Born in Pirmasens , Rheinpfalz1877, died in Vienna 1946. Studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Weimar, Germany, under the guidance of professor Theodor Hagen. Between 1896 and 1898 was pupil of Prof. Frijof Smit and Max Thedy as well as student of the Art Institute of Frankfurt at the professor Marr. In the […]