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Alfred Waagner (1886-1960) "Mystical composition", watercolor, 1910s 1700 EUR
Alfred Waagner (1886-1960) "Mystical composition", watercolor, 1910s
Alfred Waagner (1886 Vienna - 1960 Vienna) was a very well known Austrian painter, illustrator and Art and Crafts artist. From 1905 to 1907 he studied chemistry and mechanical engineering at the Technical Institute, but soon turned to the arts. In 1907, he became a pupil of the famous Viennese Art Nouveau artist, Professor Berthold Loeffler and worked in his studio at the Vienna School of Applied Arts until 1912. He debuted as exponent in 1913 at the Vienna Secession and regularly exhibited with its (and other) artists' groups in Vienna and abroad. In 1924, Waagner's first personal exhibition took place in Vienna.
This watercolor was exhibited (probably just after it was made) at the exhibition of Vienna "Kunstgemeinschaft" (see label on verso).
Condition: good; originally framed by the artist (never taken out of frame)
Creation Year: 1910s
Measurements: UNFRAMED:23,1x23,1cm/9,1x9,1in FRAMED: 49,8x49,8cm/19,6x19,6in
Object Type: Framed watercolor
Technique: indian ink and watercolor on paper, laid on original mount by the artist
Inscription: monogrammed: AW in square; verso: original label with illegible title and exhibition label
Creator: Alfred Waagner
Creator Dates: 1886 Vienna-1960 Vienna
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