Three Ladies Statue adapted from Austrian Sezession Exhibit Poster by Koloman Moser

PN# MOS01
  • $38.00 USD

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Koloman Moser (1868-1918) was a renown Austrian painter, graphic artist and arts & crafts designer who is credited with co-founding the Vienna Sezession movement with Gustav Klimt and Josef Hoffmann in 1897. He was a versatile artist who worked in many media including graphic arts, furniture, jewelry, glass, paintings, and arts and crafts objects. Moser studied at the Vienna Academy and then at the Arts and Crafts school, where he would later spend eight years teaching.

Poster for the 13th exhibition of the Austrian Sezession in Vienna in 1902

During the fin de siecle, some artists in a group known as the Wiener Sezession split from the traditional Wiener Kunstlerhaus. The mostly young artists wanted to create their own version of the Jugendstil, as others had already done in Munich and Berlin. The Wiener Sezession led to the 1903 formation of the Wiener Werkstatte, a workshop for applied art that aimed to reconcile the fine and applied arts.

  • Part of the Parastone Museum Collection of museum replicas. The statue adapts into 3D the original poster design from 1902.
  • Made from resin, hand painted. Stand is black metal.
  • Measures 8.5 in H x 3 in W x 1.25 in D. Weighs 1 lb. PN MOS01

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