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Ferdinand Opitz (1885-1956) "Project for Art Deco bas-relief", 1930s 150 EUR - 25% DISCOUNT = 112,50 EUR
Ferdinand Opitz (1885-1956) "Project for Art Deco bas-relief", 1930s
150 EUR - 25% DISCOUNT = 112,50 EUR
Ferdinand Opitz (1885 Prague - 1956 Vienna) was a very well known sculptor of the 1st half of the 20th century. He was a pupil of J.V. Myslbek at the Prague Academy. In 1906-1909, having received an academic scholarship, Opitz ventured on lengthy journey to Germany, Switzerland, Italy (among other sites he visited Sicily), Egypt, Paris and London. In 1909 he settled in Vienna and remained there for the rest of his life. In 1914-1918, during the WWI, he served in the Austrian Army. In 1922 he became a member of the "Wiener Kuenstlerhaus" where he repeatedly received (as exponent) high awards. From 1933 he held an honorary title of a professor. From 1938 Opitz formed his own sculpture course at the Vienna School of Applied Arts.
Our additional images offer biographical information about this artist and show several of his other works.
Condition: good; central vertical folding
Creation Year: 1930s
Object Type: Unframed drawing
Technique: charcoal on paper
Inscription: artist's studio stamp
Creator: Ferdinand Opitz
Creator Dates: 1885 Prague-1956 Vienna
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