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Franz von Stuck, The Sin, 1893

He had the dubious distinction as Hitler’s favorite painter, but we must not hold that against him.

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Arik Brauer, Escape Into Life, Vienna School of Fantastic Realism

This image reminds me of elements of others’ work, possibly Magritte, but I like this better than Magritte.

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Ernst Fuchs, Vienna School of Fantastic Realism

The Angel of the Lord. Owes much to William Blake.

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Hundertwasser: Grass for Those Who Cry

Friedenscheich Hundertwasser is one of the most fascinating artists alive, both because of his artwork and life story.  (See more below) As a child, Hundertwasser and his Jewish mother stayed alive by posing as Catholics in Vienna. His father was … Continue reading

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