Exhibition of Austrian Visual Artists, 1902


Alfred Roller (1864–1935) :: XIV. Ausstellung der Vereinigung bildender Künstler Österreichs – Secession Wien. Klinger – Beethoven. (1902) | src MK&G ~ Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe (Hamburg)

Das getupfte Ei, 1907

Oskar Kokoschka :: Shepherd, Stag and Fox (Hirt, Hirsch und Fuchs). Illustration for the shadow play The Speckled Egg (Das getupfte Ei) (plate 1) from the First Theater Program of Kabarett Fledermaus (Cabaret Fledermaus), 1907. Designed by Carl Otto Czeschka, this program exemplifies the then-current idea of the Gesamtkunstwerk, or total work of art. | src MoMA

Die 11 Scharfrichter

Thomas Theodor Heine :: Marya Delvard. Die 11 Scharfrichter. The Eleven Executioners was the first popular cabaret in Germany, and its subject matter was political humour. Marya Delvard used to sing underneath a single spotlight, creating a performance that was both chilling and enticing. This poster is from a 1902 performance. | src The Guardian

The Dancer Gertrude Barrison

Fritz Zeymer :: The Dancer Gertrude Barrison (plate 3) from the First Theater Program of Kabarett Fledermaus (Cabaret Fledermaus) 1907. In October 1907, the Wiener Werkstätte opened the nightspot and performing arts space. Designed by Carl Otto Czeschka, this program exemplifies the then-current idea of the Gesamtkunstwerk, or total work of art. | src MoMA

Kabarett Fledermaus (1907)

Berthold Löffler :: The Diseuse Marya Delvard (plate 2) from the First Theater Program of Kabarett Fledermaus (Cabaret Fledermaus) 1907. Designed by Carl Otto Czeschka, this program exemplifies the then-current idea of the Gesamtkunstwerk, or total work of art. | src MoMA

Demütige Forschung, 1904

Hans Hildenbrand (phot.) :: Demütige Forschung. “Das lebende Modell – Zwanzig Malerische Actstudien. Band II” von Prof. Hermann Ludwig von Jan, 1904. | Humble Research. “The Living Model – Twenty Picturesque Act Studies. Volume II” by Prof. Hermann Ludwig von Jan, 1904. | src Schmidt Kunstauktionen Dresden

Sent M’ahesa, altägyptischer Tanz

Hugo Erfurth :: Sent M’ahesa, altägyptischer Tanz mit Cymbeln, um 1910. Silver gelatine print auf mattem Papier. Blindstempel “Hugo Erfurth Dresden 1916”. | src Schmidt Kunstauktionen Dresden
Hugo Erfurth :: Sent M’ahesa (Elsa von Carlberg), altägyptischer Tanz, um 1908. Silver gelatine print auf mattem, fein strukturiertem Papier. Blindstempel: “Hugo Erfurth Dresden 1916”. | src Schmidt Kunstauktionen Dresden