Impressionistic still life with branches of azaleas.

Olga Vizinger-Florian

Impressionistic still life with branches of azaleas.

(1844 Vienna - 1926 ibid.) Still life arranged in a copper vase with azalea branches adorned with white flowers in front of a light-colored drapery, with some scattered branches. A finely executed, impressionistic work by the famous Viennese artist in subtle colors. Olga Wisinger-Florian initially pursued training as a pianist before becoming a student of Melchior Fritsch and August Schaeffer in painting from 1874. From 1880 to 1884, she was a private student of Emil J. Schindler, with whom she undertook several study trips and who greatly influenced her. Among her fellow students were Carl Moll and Marie Egner, with whom she quickly developed into one of the most talented painters. From 1881, she exhibited continuously at the Vienna Künstlerhaus, later also at the Secession and Hagenbund exhibitions, among others. She also received numerous international awards, including at the World's Fair in Chicago in 1893 and in Paris in 1900. In Vienna, she is undoubtedly the most important painter around 1900, with her expressive landscapes and still lifes stylistically far ahead of her time. Watercolor and gouache on laid paper, laid down on cardboard. Signed. Dimensions: 51.5 cm x 40.3 cm. Framed.

27 Mar 2024

3 010 700,00



Author Olga Vizinger-Florian

Style Still-life

Lot location Moscow ( 77 )

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