KAUFMANN, Adolf PAINTING SPRING IMPRESSIONS around 1900

 

KAUFMANN, Adolf

(Troppau 1848 - 1952 Wien)

 

PAINTING SPRING IMPRESSIONS around 1900

 

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DESCRIPTION:

  • Oil Painting on canvas.
  • Signed bottom left
  • Measurements: 95 x 106 cm
  • Frame Measurements: 114 x 127 cm
  • The Painting and the frame are in excellent conditions
  • The frame was original restored
  • A. Kaufmann is found in the Austrian art lexicon ''Fuchs''

Adolf Kaufmann

(Troppau 1848 - 1952 Vienna)

The landscape and marine painter was initially self-taught, completed his studies with Emile van Marcke de Lummen (1827-1890) in Paris and undertook numerous study trips within Europe and through the Orient. He lived alternately in Paris, the city that had a special fascination for him, in Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich. After Germany followed trips to Russia, Norway, Poland and Holland.

In 1890 he finally settled in Vienna, founded in 1900 in his studio - in the Vienna IV district, Weyringergasse 7 - together with the Austrian landscape painter Carl Freiherr von Merode (1853-1909) and Heinrich Lefler a "painting school for women", in He gave art lessons to his students. He returned to Paris time and again, traveling to Normandy, Brittany and Belgium. In France he signed with the pseudonym A. Guyot.

Adolf Kaufmann was influenced by the French paysage intime, the school of Barbizon. Artists, whom he met around 1870, left a lasting mark on Adolf Kaufmann in his manner of painting. He proved to be a very good observer of nature. He preferred in his motives mostly contrast rich, colorful, atmospheric representations of forests, trees, streams and small ponds, in which he often with preference, typical for him, inserted individuals.

Due to his outstanding talent, Kaufmann soon enjoyed great prestige in Paris. He has received numerous medals as awards and honors, especially on the occasion of the Paris World's Fair. Many art lovers bought his paintings. As a member of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts from 1890 to 1913, he was frequently represented at the large-scale exhibitions at the Wiener Künstlerhaus, the Munich Glass Palace and the Großer Berliner Kunstausstellung. The Viennese society was also enthusiastic about his works. In 1909 he became a full member of the Vienna Künstlerhaus. In 1910 a journey took him to Holland, 1912 to Amsterdam and South Tyrol. In 1913 he traveled again to Holland and subsequently to Norway, where his fjord pictures were taken. In 1914 he made his last trip to northern Italy.

Adolf Kaufmann's works were often acquired by representatives of the high aristocracy. For example, the artist owns or owned the Austrian Imperial House, Napoleon III, Crown Princess Stephanie, Archduke Friedrich, Tsar Nicholas II of Russia, Queen Isabella II of Spain and the Grand Ducal Painting Collection Baden-Baden. These works are today represented in numerous collections and museums, including the Museum Troppau, the Art Museum of Istanbul and the Leopold Museum in Vienna. Numerous pictures clearly attributed to the artist are signed by him using a pseudonym.

 

 

 

 

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LORENZL, Josef BRONZE DIANA WITH GREYHOUND around 1920

 

 

LORENZL, Josef

 

(Vienna 1892- 1950)

 

BRONZE DIANA WITH GREYHOUND around 1920

 

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DESCRIPTION:

  • Material: Bronze
  • Signed on the Bronze foundation
  • Measurement foundation: 27,5 x 14 cm
  • Height: 41 cm
  • Old bronze – no reproduction
  • Excellent condition

BEAUTIFUL BRONZE FIGURE DIANA WITH GREYHOUNDS IN A PERFECT STATE SIGNED LORENZL AROUND 1920. NOTE THE SIZE OF 41 CM.

Josef Lorenzl

(Vienna 1892 - 1950)

Lorenzl was born on 1 September 1882 in Vienna, Austria and died there on 15 August 1950. Little is known about his early years, but more is known about his later life. Lorenzl started his career working at a foundry at the Vienna Arsenal where he learned the techniques of bronze casting. The Vienna Arsenal was a military storage complex located in the south-eastern part of Vienna. While at the Vienna Arsenal, Lorenzl produced many bronze and chryselephantine sculptures, the latter using both bronze and ivory, and captivated by the female form he became famed for his shapely dancing girls with long, elegant legs and closed eyes. These pieces of his were signed "Enzl", "Lor", "R. Lor", "Renz" or "Renzl". Occasionally the name "Crejo" appears on his pieces, Crejo having been a painter and one of Lorenzl's friends, and who sometimes applied colour to the pieces. These joint works are sought-after items.[1]The large majority of Lorenzl's figurines were attached to Brazilian green onyx plinths.[2]

Lorenzl's talents also extended to being a gifted ceramicist. He produced pieces for Goldscheider, working from a studio on company grounds. As with his chryselephantine pieces, his ceramic works were in great demand and became the embodiment of the Art Déco period. Famous amongst these is "The Butterfly Girl" after the famous dancer Niddy Impekoven from the 1920s.Lorenzl also worked for two other Viennese firms, Porzellanfabrik Hertwig & Co. and Keramos Porcelain.

'Keramos' or 'Wiener Kunst-Keramik und Porzellan Manufaktur AG' was founded in 1910 by several disabled war veterans, subsidised by Austria and later became a public company, directed by Otto Köller, and Rudof and Heinrich Wolf. It was located in Schwarze Adlerstiege, while the factory operated from 17 Schleiergasse

 

 

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LÖTZ VASE around 1910

 

LÖTZ VASE around 1910

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DESCRIPTION:

  • Material: Glass
  • Measurement: Height 23 cm - diameter 16 cm
  • Perfect condition

BEAUTIFUL LÖTZ VASE IN GOLD DECOR IN PERFECT CONDITION AROUND 1910.

 

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LÖTZ VASE around 1910

 

LÖTZ VASE around 1910

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DESCRIPTION:

 

  • Material: Glass
  • Measurment: Height 23 cm - diameter 16 cm
  • Perfect condition

 

BEAUTIFUL LÖTZ VASE IN PAPILLON DECOR IN PERFECT CONDITION AROUND 1910.

 

 

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ZACH, Bruno - BRONZE NATIVE AMERICAN ON HORSE AROUND 1920

ZACH, Bruno

(+1891 – 1945 Wien)

 

BRONZE NATIVE AMERICAN ON HORSE around 1920

 

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DESCRIPTION:

  • Material: Bronze & marble
  • Signed on the foundation B Z - Bruno Zach
  • Foundry stamp Argentor Vienna
  • Length 51 cm
  • Height 40 cm
  • Height without marble 37 cm
  • GUARANTEED OLD BRONZE around 1910

GORGEOUS MONUMENTAL ZACH BRONZE WITH BLACK PATINA. SIGNS ON THE PLATE AND WITH FOUNDRY MARK ARGENTOR - VIENNA. THE BRONZE IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION.

Bruno Zach

(+1891 – 1945 Wien)

Bruno Zach was born in Zhytomyr, Ukraine, on 6 May 1891.He emigrated to Austria as a young man and studied at the Vienna Academyunder sculptors Hans Bitterlich (1860–1949) and Josef Müllner (1879–1968).His styles ranged from art deco, art nouveau, sporting, toorientalism. His oeuvre would generally be considered decorative if not for his success in producing erotic sculpture

 

 

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