Vienna Secessionists - BACK ROW (left to right): Anton Stark, Gustav Klimt (seated), Adolf Bohm, Wilhelm List, Maximilian Kurzweil )with cap), Leopold Stolba, Rudolf Bacher. FRONT ROW (left to right): Koloman Moser (seated), Maximilan Lenz, Ernst Stohr, Emil Orlik, Carl Moll.  http://www.theviennasecession.com/vienna-secession/

Vienna Secessionists - BACK ROW (left to right): Anton Stark, Gustav Klimt (seated), Adolf Bohm, Wilhelm List, Maximilian Kurzweil )with cap), Leopold Stolba, Rudolf Bacher. FRONT ROW (left to right): Koloman Moser (seated), Maximilan Lenz, Ernst Stohr, Emil Orlik, Carl Moll. http://www.theviennasecession.com/vienna-secession/

Karl Kraus and dog bianco: "When a man is treated like a beast, he says, 'After all, I'm human.' When he behaves like a beast, he says 'After all, I'm only human.'"

Karl Kraus and dog bianco: "When a man is treated like a beast, he says, 'After all, I'm human.' When he behaves like a beast, he says 'After all, I'm only human.'"

Berta Zuckerkandl (1864-1945) was a salonière and well-known journalist whose salon became the meeting point for the Viennese avant-garde. It was here that Gustav Klimt and other artists conceived their idea of a modernist artists’ association, the Viennese Secession. Gustav Mahler met his future wife Alma Schindler in Zuckerkandl’s drawing room, and the famous Wiener Werkstätte, a group of designers eager to simplify the overloaded artistic style prevalent in the late 19th century.

Berta Zuckerkandl (1864-1945) was a salonière and well-known journalist whose salon became the meeting point for the Viennese avant-garde. It was here that Gustav Klimt and other artists conceived their idea of a modernist artists’ association, the Viennese Secession. Gustav Mahler met his future wife Alma Schindler in Zuckerkandl’s drawing room, and the famous Wiener Werkstätte, a group of designers eager to simplify the overloaded artistic style prevalent in the late 19th century.

Hugo von Hofmannsthal: “To be modern means to like antique furniture - and youthful neurosis.”

Hugo von Hofmannsthal: “To be modern means to like antique furniture - and youthful neurosis.”

Victor Prouvé  (1856-1943)   Il est le grand animateur du mouvement. Son éclectisme lui ouvre tous les champs d’expression des arts appliqués : reliure, gravure, sculpture, joaillerie, illustration, marqueterie... http://www.ecole-de-nancy.com/web/index.php?page=victor-prouve

Victor Prouvé (1856-1943) Il est le grand animateur du mouvement. Son éclectisme lui ouvre tous les champs d’expression des arts appliqués : reliure, gravure, sculpture, joaillerie, illustration, marqueterie... http://www.ecole-de-nancy.com/web/index.php?page=victor-prouve

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