Birthday of Oskar Kokoschka



1 March 1886

Oskar Kokoschka (1 March 1886 - 22 February 1980) was an Austrian artist. Working as painter, printmaker, poet and playwright he is best known for his intense expressionistic portraits and landscapes. He had a passionate affair with Alma Mahler - some of his greatest works are tibuted to her. In 1953 he co-founded the "School of Seeing," an international summer academy for the visual arts.

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    Poster for an expressionist play by Oskar Kokoschka: "Moerder, Hoffnung der Frauen"

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    Painter Oskar Kokoschka and his wife Olda Kokoschka in the garden of their Switzerland home, the "Villa Delphin" in Villeneuve. The couple lived there from 1953 to 1980. Villeneuve, Switzerland, 1959

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    Painter Oskar Kokoschka teaching at his summer art class "Schule des Sehens" ("School of Seeing") at the Salzburg Fortress. Salzburg, 1956

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    Painter Oskar Kokoschka teaching at his summer art class "Schule des Sehens" ("School of Seeing") in the gothic vaults of the Salzburg Fortress. Kokoschka's pupils included both professional painters and gifted amateurs, like the nun in the background. Salzburg, 1956

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    Painter Oskar Kokoschka teaching at his summer art class "Schule des Sehens" ("School of Seeing") in the gothic vaults of the Salzburg Fortress. Kokoschka's pupils included both professional painters and gifted amateurs, like the nun in the background. Salzburg, 1956

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    Director Herbert Graf talking to painter Oskar Kokoschka. Kokoschka designed the set for the Salzburg Festival's production of "The Magic Flute" by Mozart. Salzburg, 1956

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    Painter Oskar Kokoschka teaching at his summer art class "Schule des Sehens" ("School of Seeing") in the gothic vaults of the Salzburg Fortress. Kokoschka's pupils included both professional painters and gifted amateurs alike. Salzburg, 1956

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    Painter Oskar Kokoschka teaching at his summer art class "Schule des Sehens" ("School of Seeing") in the gothic vaults of the Salzburg Fortress. Kokoschka was a very lively and intense teacher. Salzburg, 1956

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    Painter Oskar Kokoschka teaching at his summer art class "Schule des Sehens" ("School of Seeing") in the gothic vaults of the Salzburg Fortress. Kokoschka was a very lively and intense teacher. Salzburg, 1956

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    Painter Oskar Kokoschka teaching at his summer art class "Schule des Sehens" ("School of Seeing") in the gothic vaults of the Salzburg Fortress. Kokoschka was a very lively and intense teacher. Salzburg, 1956

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    Painter Oskar Kokoschka teaching at his summer art class "Schule des Sehens" ("School of Seeing") in the gothic vaults of the Salzburg Fortress. Kokoschka was a very lively and intense teacher. Salzburg, 1956

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    Painter Oskar Kokoschka teaching at his summer art class "Schule des Sehens" ("School of Seeing") in the gothic vaults of the Salzburg Fortress. Kokoschka was a very lively and intense teacher. Salzburg, 1956

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    Painter Oskar Kokoschka teaching at his summer art class "Schule des Sehens" ("School of Seeing") in the gothic vaults of the Salzburg Fortress. Kokoschka was a very lively and intense teacher. Salzburg, 1956

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    Painter Oskar Kokoschka teaching at his summer art class "Schule des Sehens" ("School of Seeing") in the gothic vaults of the Salzburg Fortress. Kokoschka was a very lively and intense teacher. Salzburg, 1956

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    Painter Oskar Kokoschka teaching at his summer art class "Schule des Sehens" ("School of Seeing") in the gothic vaults of the Salzburg Fortress. Kokoschka was a very lively and intense teacher. Salzburg, 1956

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    Painter Oskar Kokoschka introduced summer art classes, called "Schule des Sehens" ("School of Seeing") at the Salzburg Fortress. Oskar Kokoschka desending the steep path from the fortress to downtown Salzburg. Salzburg, 1956

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    Painter Oskar Kokoschka introduced summer art classes, called "Schule des Sehens" ("School of Seeing") at the Salzburg Fortress. Oskar Kokoschka desending the steep path from the fortress to downtown Salzburg. Salzburg, 1956

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    Painter Oskar Kokoschka teaching at his summer art class "Schule des Sehens" ("School of Seeing") in the gothic vaults of the Salzburg Fortress. Kokoschka was a very lively and intense teacher. Salzburg, 1956

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    Painter Oskar Kokoschka, writing. Salzburg, 1959

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    Painter Oskar Kokoschka, writing. Salzburg, 1959

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    Painter Oskar Kokoschka, writing. Salzburg, 1959

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    Olda Kokoschka, tying her husband Oskar's necktie at their home in Salzburg. Salzburg, Austria, 1959

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    Painter Oskar Kokoschka teaching at his summer art class "Schule des Sehens" ("School of Seeing") in the gothic vaults of the Salzburg Fortress. Kokoschka was a very lively and intense teacher. Salzburg, 1956

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    Painter Oskar Kokoschka. 1959

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