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Josef Kalous (1887-1974) "Female portrait", chalk drawing, ca. 1905 150 EUR - 50% DISCOUNT = 75,00 EUR
Josef Kalous (1887-1974) "Female portrait", chalk drawing, ca. 1905
150 EUR - 50% DISCOUNT = 75,00 EUR
*Size with matt: 50,0x39,7cm/19,7x15,6in.
Josef Kalous (1887 Vienna - 1974 Vienna) was a son of a wealthy Viennese owner of rent houses. Together with his friend Hans Boehler, he studied under Franz Jaschke, attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, and finally continued his education at the private painting school of Professor Robert Scheffer together with A.Faistauer, A Peschka, etc. There, Kalous got acquainted with his future wife Gret Scheffer, daughter of R.Scheffer, who later became a popular fashion designer. During the World War I he was active as a portrait painter and postcard designer, after the war taught at R.Scheffer's school and worked as a restorer of old master paintings for the Vienna Kunsthistorisches Museum. Josef Kalous was also a well-known art collector.
Creation Year: ca 1905
Object Type: Unframed drawing
Style: Portrait paintings
Technique: charcoal and white chalk on blue paper
Inscription: monogrammed: J.K.
Creator: Josef Kalous
Creator Dates: 1887 Vienna-1974 Vienna
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