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 (kə-kôsh′kə), Oskar 1886-1980.
Austrian expressionist painter noted for his portraits and landscapes.
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(German koˈkɔʃka; ˈkɔkɔʃka)
(Biography) Oskar (ˈɔskar). 1886–1980, Austrian expressionist painter and dramatist, noted for his landscapes and portraits
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Oskar, 1886–1980, Austrian painter.
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Oskar Kokoschka: Expressionist, Migrant, European Leopold Museum, Vienna 6 April-8 July www.leopoldmuseum.org
Packer); and a quiet title action brought by a prominent art museum to determine the provenance of a 1914 painting by Oskar Kokoschka, whose ownership was then claimed both by the Museum of Fine Arts and a woman who was alleged to be the sole remaining heir of the original owner (Museum of Fine Arts v.
With famous regulars including artists Klimt, Egon Schiele and Oskar Kokoschka, Cafe Museum is a popular meeting place for writers, artists and musicians.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Oskar Kokoschka (March 1,1886), Piet Mondrian (March 7, 1872), Rosa Bonheur (March 16, 1822), John Frederick Kensett (March 22, 1816), Francisco Goya (March 30, 1746) and Vincent van Gogh (March 30, 1853).
Throughout, the great operatic bass John Tomlinson sat in a corner of the stage, a looming, silent presence as the painter Oskar Kokoschka, an eventual also-ran on Alma's list, his most minimal of shifting body-language so eloquent.
Synopsis: "The Women of Klimt, Schiele and Kokoscha" is a compendium with commentary showcasing female portraits and nudes, mothers and children, as well as couples by of Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, and Oskar Kokoschka, the three most outstanding painters of Viennese modernism.
For example, as the Nobel Prize-winning scientist Eric Kandel pointed out in his book The Age of Insight, the ideas presented by Sigmund Freud influenced the work of artists and writers including Arthur Schnitzler, Gustav Klimt, and Oskar Kokoschka as they began to explore ideas of the emotions and the unconscious in their work.