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Koloman Moser

Portrait of Koloman Moser

From wallpaper to postage stamps — Kolo does it all

“Of the artists who founded the Vienna Secession, Kolo Moser was unabashedly the boldest and one of those who caused Viennese philistines the most trouble in the early days of the Secession. Wherever there was something to reform in Viennese arts and crafts – and where wasn’t that needed? – you could find Kolo Moser working away with persistence intrepidness, taste, and astounding technical skill.”

– Deutsche Kunst und Dekoration XXIII, 1913

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'The Rich Catch of Fish' Armchair, Koloman Moser

'The Rich Catch of Fish' Armchair

1900
‘Surface Decoration,’ Cover, Koloman Moser

‘Surface Decoration,’ Cover

1902
Inlaid Eisler-Terramare Armoire, Koloman Moser

Inlaid Eisler-Terramare Armoire

1903
Purkersdorf Sanatorium Armchair, Koloman Moser

Purkersdorf Sanatorium Armchair

1903
Sketches for Eisler Terramare High Chair, Koloman Moser

Sketches for Eisler Terramare High Chair

1903
Lacquered Wood Chair, Koloman Moser

Lacquered Wood Chair

1905

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