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INTO THE GREAT OUTDOORS - From Waldmüller to Schindler

06.12.2018 to 28.04.2019 - Leopold Museum

INTO THE GREAT OUTDOORS - From Waldmüller to Schindler

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In Biedermeier painting, the great outdoors became the lightflooded stage for renderings of rural life. The pictorial anecdotes of Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller and Friedrich Gauermann captivate with their rich details and hyperrealistic chiaroscuro. After 1860, the generation of artists surrounding Emil Jakob Schindler, who was dubbed the “Austrian Corot”, embarked on a new path. Using understated colors, Eugen Jettel, Robert Russ, Tina Blau, Carl Schuch and other exponents of Austrian Atmospheric Realism rendered unspectacular landscapes imbued with lyrical atmospheres. Their extensive painterly excursions took them to the idyllic environs of the Danube metropolis, as well as to western France, Italy, Dalmatia, the Netherlands and Hungary. Inspired by the pleinair painting of the Barbizon School and 17th century Dutch landscape painting, they arrived at individual, at times highly idiosyncratic solutions. Their oeuvre features in the Leopold Collection with numerous eminent examples.

Leopold Museum

opening hours

mo:10 – 18
tue:closed
wed:10 – 18
thu:10 – 21
fri-sun:10 – 18

contact

Due to extensive construction work the Leopold Museum will stay closed from 5th November to 5th December 2018.

Museumsplatz 1,
A-1070 Wien
Tel.: +43 1 525 70-0
office@leopoldmuseum.org
www.leopoldmuseum.org

 


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