Mileva Roller, um 1910

Atelier d’Ora :: Austrian artist Mileva Roller (Mileva Stojsavljevic), wife of Alfred Roller, ca. 1910. [Mileva Roller, Ehefrau von Alfred Roller, um 1910]. | src Getty Images

Mileva Stoisavlievic’s women

Mileva Roller (Mileva Stoisavlievic: 1886 – 1949) :: Standing Woman. Woodcut on lightweight off-white Japan paper. No watermark. | src Shepherd Gallery
Mileva Stoisavlievic :: Two Intertwined Female Figures. Woodcut on lightweight off-white Japan paper. | src Shepherd Gallery
Mileva Stoisavlievic :: Reclining Woman. Woodcut on lightweight off-white Japan paper. No watermark. | src Shepherd Gallery

Mileva Roller, 1910s

Dora Philippine Kallmus :: [Mileva Roller (Frau von Alfred Roller) in einem Reformkleid, Wien, um 1910.] Mileva Roller (Mileva Stojsavljevic) in a Reform dress, Vienna, ca. 1910. | src Getty Images

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

Plakat von Mileva Stoisavljevic

Plakatentwurf von Mileva Stoisavljevic. Die Fläche, design magazine of the Viennese secession, 1903. | src Swann Galleries