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Elena Luksch-Makowsky - Untitled (1902)

Elena Luksch-Makowsky - Untitled (1902)

Woodcut image with casein colours. Signed in plate on the bottom right of the image.


In 1902, shortly after moving to Vienna, with this image Elena Luksch-Mukowsky became the first ever women to exhibit with the acclaimed Vienna Secessionist movement, founded 5 years earlier by Gustav Klimt, Kolo Moser and Max Kurzweil among others. She was the only female artist to be granted a monogram, despite not getting voting rights, and she continued to exhibit with the Vienna Secession, alongside working for the Wiener Werkstätte, until she left Vienna in 1905.

  • Exhibition history

    XIV. Ausstellung der Vereinigung Bildender Künstler Österreichs Secession 1902 (XIV Exhibition of the Vienna Secession, 1902)

  • Dimensions


    15,6 x 14,2 cm

    Including frame

    35 x 35 cm

€ 3.250,00Preis
inkl. USt
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