Rudolf Quittner “From the Normandy” ca. 1906

SKU 690

Rudolf Quittner, “From the Normandy”, ca. 1906, oil on canvas, signed, original frame

  • Height: 130cm, Width: 193cm,
  • 1904 to 1906
    Technique: oil on canvas, original frame
    Provenance: Private collection, USA

    signed lower right “Rud. Quittner”; original carved and gilt wood frame on reverse stamp “Leon Besnard” (French art transporter, active 1902-1912); exhibited at XXXIII Annual Exhibition Künstlerhaus Vienna 1906

    65.000,00 VAT inclusive
    SKU 690

    Rudolf Quittner was an Austrian Impressionist painter. In Paris, he was initially a student of Frits Thaulow, a Norwegian Impressionist landscape painter who lived in Paris. Later Quittner studied with Camille Pissarro and Alfred Sisley. His painting was strongly influenced by the French Impressionists, and he combined Impressionist and Pointillist elements, as can clearly be seen here. In his landscape paintings, which are executed in oil and often in pastel, the effect of light and atmosphere plays a major role. Quittner successfully presented his works in the most important international exhibitions of that time.
    From 1905 on, he was a member of the “Gesellschaft der bildenden Künstler Wiens” (Vienna Association of Fine Artists). This large painting was on display titled “From Normandy” at the XXXIII Annual Exhibition at the Künstlerhaus Vienna in 1906. Quittner died at an early age in January 1910. In the autumn of 1910, an estate exhibition of his works was held in the Vienna Künstlerhaus and in 1911 at the Gallery Georges Petit in Paris.


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    Rudolf Quittner "Aus der Normandie" um 1906 Öl auf Leinwand signiert
    Rudolf Quittner “From the Normandy” ca. 1906
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