12 JULI 2019 TO 1 OCT 2019

NEUE RESIDENZ | KUNSTHALLE
MOZARTPLATZ 1
5010 SALZBURG

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Faistauer, Schiele, Harta & Co
painting connect us

The artists Anton Faistauer, Egon Schiele and Felix Albrecht Harta first met in Vienna. Faistauer and Schiele had been fellow students at the Academy of Fine Arts since 1906. Harta got to know them three years later in an artists’ circle in a café. Where did the three painters come from and what company did they keep? Who were their friends and colleagues, male and female, and where did their paths cross? This exhibition gives us the proud opportunity to host the collection of the Belvedere, Vienna, and to address these questions. 

Here in Salzburg, renowned artists, who were also friends, now celebrate a reunion once more in the form of their works. We follow them on their travels and get to know their wives, women and families. Through their artistic works, letters and photographs we can experience an encounter with their friends and fellow artists. They were already here in the city more than a hundred years ago, either represented as artists of the Wassermann artists’ association in an exhibition, or, as with Faistauer and Harta, their presence turned Salzburg for several years into the “hub of Europe”.

 

photo: © Belvedere Wien Foto Johannes Stoll

curator:  Dr. Eva Jandl-Jörg
Konsulentin: Mag. Kerstin Jesse,  Belvedere 
  

Image gallery

Egon Schiele (1890–1918), Eduard Kosmack, 1910, oil on canvas, © Belvedere, Wien/Foto: Johannes Stoll
Egon Schiele (1890–1918), Eduard Kosmack, 1910, oil on canvas, © Belvedere, Wien/Foto: Johannes Stoll
Anton Faistauer (1887–1930), the red house, um 1912, oil on canvas, © Salzburg Museum
Anton Faistauer (1887–1930), the red house, um 1912, oil on canvas, © Salzburg Museum
Felix Albrecht Harta (1884–1967), portrait of Alois Grasmayr , 1918, oil on canvas, Salzburg Museum, © Larry Heller, USA
Felix Albrecht Harta (1884–1967), portrait of Alois Grasmayr , 1918, oil on canvas, Salzburg Museum, © Larry Heller, USA
Felix Albrecht Harta (1884–1967), Saint Martin (beggar), 1918, oil on canvas, Salzburg Museum, © Larry Heller, USA
Felix Albrecht Harta (1884–1967), Saint Martin (beggar), 1918, oil on canvas, Salzburg Museum, © Larry Heller, USA
Elfriede Mayer (1883–1946), Still life with flowering plant and costumed doll, 1915–1925, oil on canvas, © Salzburg Museum
Elfriede Mayer (1883–1946), Still life with flowering plant and costumed doll, 1915–1925, oil on canvas, © Salzburg Museum
Oskar Kokoschka (1886–1980), Reclining female nude, um 1922, watercolor on paper, Belvedere, Wien, © Fondation Oskar Kokoschka/ Bildrecht Wien, 2019/Foto: Belvedere, Wien
Oskar Kokoschka (1886–1980), Reclining female nude, um 1922, watercolor on paper, Belvedere, Wien, © Fondation Oskar Kokoschka/ Bildrecht Wien, 2019/Foto: Belvedere, Wien
Felix Albrecht Harta (1884–1967), Portrait of the writer Oscar A. H. Schmitz, 1918,
oil on canvas, Salzburg Museum, © Larry Heller, USA
Felix Albrecht Harta (1884–1967), Portrait of the writer Oscar A. H. Schmitz, 1918,  oil on canvas, Salzburg Museum, © Larry Heller, USA
Egon Schiele (1890–1918), porträt Franz Hauer 1914, 1921, paper, etching, © Salzburg Museum
Egon Schiele (1890–1918), porträt Franz Hauer 1914, 1921, paper, etching, © Salzburg Museum
Elfriede Mayer (1883–1946), landscape with pond , about 1920–1930, oil on canvas, © Salzburg Museum
Elfriede Mayer (1883–1946), landscape with pond , about 1920–1930, oil on canvas, © Salzburg Museum
Anton Faistauer (1887–1930), Garden in Maishofen 1906, 1906, watercolor, gouache, © Salzburg Museum
Anton Faistauer (1887–1930), Garden in Maishofen 1906, 1906, watercolor, gouache, © Salzburg Museum
Anton Faistauer (1887–1930), The artist’s wife, Ida Andersen, 1919, pastel, © Salzburg Museum
Anton Faistauer (1887–1930), The artist’s wife, Ida Andersen, 1919, pastel, © Salzburg Museum
Felix Albrecht Harta (1884–1967), Portrait of Elly Harta, the artist’s wife, 1928, oil of canvas, Salzburg Museum/Salzburger Museumsverein, © Larry Heller, USA
Felix Albrecht Harta (1884–1967), Portrait of Elly Harta, the artist’s wife, 1928, oil of canvas, Salzburg Museum/Salzburger Museumsverein, © Larry Heller, USA
Felix Albrecht Harta (1884–1967), Still life with fishes and plucked chicken, 1910, oil of canvas, Salzburg Museum, © Larry Heller, USA
Felix Albrecht Harta (1884–1967), Still life with fishes and plucked chicken, 1910, oil of canvas, Salzburg Museum, © Larry Heller, USA
Egon Schiele (1890–1918), Sunflowers I, 1911, oil of canvas, © Belvedere, Wien, Foto Johannes Stoll
Egon Schiele (1890–1918), Sunflowers I, 1911, oil of canvas, © Belvedere, Wien, Foto Johannes Stoll
Oskar Kokoschka (1886–1980), self-portrait, etching, Salzburg Museum, © Fondation Oskar Kokoschka/ Bildrecht Wien, 2019
Oskar Kokoschka (1886–1980), self-portrait, etching, Salzburg Museum, © Fondation Oskar Kokoschka/ Bildrecht Wien, 2019
Egon Schiele (1890–1918), Portrait of Dr. Franz Martin Haberditzl, 1917, oil of canvas, © Belvedere, Wien
Egon Schiele (1890–1918), Portrait of Dr. Franz Martin Haberditzl, 1917, oil of canvas, © Belvedere, Wien
Anton Faistauer (1887–1930), Portrait of Karl Linke (1884–1938), 1907, oil of canvas, © Salzburg Museum
Anton Faistauer (1887–1930), Portrait of Karl Linke (1884–1938), 1907, oil of canvas, © Salzburg Museum
Emma Schlangenhausen (1882–1947), Zyklus: If your eye is unspoiled ... , 1922–1925, woodcuts, © Salzburg Museum
Emma Schlangenhausen (1882–1947), Zyklus: If your eye is unspoiled ... , 1922–1925, woodcuts, © Salzburg Museum
Helene von Taussig and Emma Schlangenhausen, um 1910, photo print on paper, © Salzburg Museum
Helene von Taussig and Emma Schlangenhausen, um 1910, photo print on paper, © Salzburg Museum
Schiele and Wally going for a walk, 1913, Schwarz-Weiß Fotografie, © Wien Museum
Schiele and Wally going for a walk, 1913, Schwarz-Weiß Fotografie, © Wien Museum
Faistauer on the sea promenade on the Côte d’Azur, 1926–1927, B/W photograph, © Salzburg Museum
Faistauer on the sea promenade on the Côte d’Azur, 1926–1927, B/W photograph, © Salzburg Museum
Anton Faistauer with his second wife Emilie Ehrenberger and son Peter Paul, 1921, B/W photograph, © Salzburg Museum
Unbekannt, Anton Faistauer mit seiner 2. Frau Emilie Ehrenberger und Sohn Peter Paul, 1921, Schwarz-Weiß Fotografie, © Salzburg Museum
The artist Felix Albrecht Harta in Bruges, 1910–1911, B/W photograph, © Salzburg Festival Archive, Harta legacy, photo: Salzburg Museum
The artist Felix Albrecht Harta in Bruges, 1910–1911, B/W photograph, © Salzburg Festival Archive, Harta legacy, photo: Salzburg Museum
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