Albert Paris Gütersloh

Albert Paris Gütersloh (actually Albert Conrad Kiehtreiber, * 5. February 1887 in Vienna; † 16. May 1973 in bathing with Vienna) was a Austrian painter and writer and was considered as the mental father of the Viennese school of fantastic realism.

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it tries first as actor, director and a stage designer, concentrates however starting from 1921 predominantly on the painting. At first particularly affected by Egon squint, become he 1912 pupils of Maurice Denis in Paris, where he works also as correspondent. he is common to 1918/1919 with Franz lead publisher of the magazine the rescue.

As a member in the Klimt - circle issues it its works in the Viennese Secession , whose member is he from 1933 to 1945.

From 1930 to 1938 he is a professor at the Viennese college of arts and crafts. Since its works of the national socialists are classified asdegenerate “, it loses its Professur and 1940 with professional disqualification is occupied. From 1945 to 1962 Gütersloh professor at the academy of the forming arts is in Vienna and from 1953 to 1955 also their rector.

As a teacher of Arik Brauer, Ernst Fuchs, Wolfgang Hutter, Helmut Leherbauer and Anton Lehmden he is considered as one of the most important Wegbereiter of the Viennese school of fantastic realism.



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