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Three Ladies From Secession Exhibit Poster By Moser - Size: 8.5"h X 3"w X 1.25"l Item Type: Statue Material: Resin With Hand-painted Color Details Weight (lbs): 3 Lbs - - Adaptation Sculpture From An Abstract Design Of Three Ladies On The Poster For The 13th Exhibition Of The Sezession (secession) In Vienna In 1902 By Kolomon Moser During The Fin-de-siecle, The 'wiener Sezession' Was Formed By A Group Headed By Moser, Hoffmann, And Klimt. It Was Literally A Secession (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. Koloman Moser (1868-1918) Austrian Painter, Graphic Artists And Arts & Crafts Designer Moser Studied At The Vienna Academy And Then At The Arts & Crafts School, Where He Would Later Spend 8 Years Teaching. Moser Became Known Mainly Through His Design For Furniture, Jewelery, Glass And Metal Arts & Crafts Objects. He Also Designed A Wealth Of Graphic Art With Characteristic, Geometric Patterns. Later In Life His Focus Was On Expressionist Painting. Material : Collectible Quality, Resin With Hand-painted Color Details, Matte And Glossy Finish. Included : Full Color Card With Image Of Original Artwork. Description Card About Artist And Artwork. Both Cards Are In Four Languages. Statue Replica Is From The Highly Collectible Parastone Mouseion 3d Collection.


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6308 Truchas Drive NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
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