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 (kə-kôsh′kə), Oskar 1886-1980.
Austrian expressionist painter noted for his portraits and landscapes.


(German koˈkɔʃka; ˈkɔkɔʃka)
(Biography) Oskar (ˈɔskar). 1886–1980, Austrian expressionist painter and dramatist, noted for his landscapes and portraits


(koʊˈkɔʃ kə)

Oskar, 1886–1980, Austrian painter.
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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).
Oskar Kokoschka, recien desdenado por la fogosa Alma Mahler, mando hacer una replica que salio horrible: una pajarraca con melones.
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.
Fur Oskar Kokoschka, so Rumold, liegen diese in der Entgrenzung der klassischen Topographie des menschlichen Korpers.
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.
The third figure from the group to have an international market is Oskar Kokoschka (1886-1980).
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.
The display will include works by many artists who found inspiration in the British landscape including Thomas Gainsborough, Joseph Wright, Richard Wilson, Augustus John, John Constable, JMW Turner, Alfred Sisley, Claude Monet and Oskar Kokoschka.
From left: Max Beckmann, Self-Portrait with Horn, 1938; Oskar Kokoschka.
Poderiamos afirmar que subsiste nas fisionomias dos rostos um extase interior expresso pelo olhar ausente das mulheres, como Corais revela a proposito dos retratos de Kamila Swoboda por Oskar Kokoschka, "Os modelos sao representados com um olhar ausente.