Vienna 1900

Design / Arts and Crafts 1890-1938
Wed, 18.09.2013
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Josef Hoffmann, Tea Set, Vienna, 1903

Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstätte (Konrad Koch)
© MAK/Georg Mayer

Koloman Moser, Buffet Cabinet „The Rich Haul“, Vienna, 1900

Manufacturer: Portois & Fix
© MAK/Georg Mayer

Henry van de Velde, Writing Desk, Brussels, 1898

Manufacturer: Portois & Fix
© MAK/Georg Mayer

Josef Hoffmann, Fish Glass, Adolf (Adolfov/Vimperk, CZ), 1899

Merchant: E. Bakalowits & Söhne, Vienna
© Wolfgang Woessner/MAK

Jurriaan Kok Jr. und Samuel Schellink Jr., Vase, The Hague, before 1900

Manufacturer: Plateelbakkerij Rozenburg, The Hague, before 1900
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

René Lalique, Ornamental Comb with Wisteria Blossoms, Paris, 1899/1900

© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

Wall Arm, London, ca. 1898, Manufacturer: Green & Abbott

© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

Lindsey Butterfield, Decorative Fabric with Vine Scrolls and Floral Motifs, London, 1895

Manufacturer: Liberty Art Fabrics, Regent Street
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

Edward Colonna for S. Bings Maison de l’Art Nouveau , Knotted Carpet, Paris, 1897/99

© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

Otto Wagner, Table for the Telegram Office of the “Zeit” in Vienna, Vienna, 1902

Manufacturer: J. & J. Kohn
© MAK/Nathan Murrell

Josef Hoffmann, Centerpiece for the Wittgenstein Family, Vienna, 1905

Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstätte (Josef Wagner)
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

Josef Hoffmann, Egg Cup with Salt Spoon, Vienna, 1904

Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstätte
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

Stefan Rath, Parts of a Punch Set, Adolf (Adolfov/Vimperk, CZ), 1914

Merchant: J. & L. Lobmeyr, Vienna
© Peter Kainz/MAK

Eduard Josef Wimmer-Wisgrill, Embroidered Cap, Vienna, ca. 1910

Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstätte
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900, in the front:

Henry van de Velde
Writing Desk, Brussels, 1898
Manufacturer: unknown
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900, Adolf Loos

Study of Mary and Gustav Turnowsky, Vienna, 1900
Manufacturer: unknown
© MAK/Georg Mayer

Dagobert Peche, Salon Cabinet for a Reception Salon, Presented at the 45th Secession Exhibition, 1913, Vienna, 1913

Manufacturer: Jakob Soulek
© MAK/Georg Mayer

Hugo F. Kirsch, Centerpiece, Vienna, after 1906

© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

Koloman Moser, Writing Cabinet for Berta Waerndorfer, Vienna, 1903

Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstätte
© Gerald Zugmann/MAK

Josef Hoffmann, Basket with Handle, Vienna, 1906

Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstätte
© MAK/Georg Mayer

Gustav Klimt, Cartoon for the Mosaic Frieze in the Dining Hall of Stoclet House, Vienna, Kammerl am Attersee, 1910/11

© MAK/Georg Mayer

Gustav Klimt, Cartoon for the Mosaic Frieze in the Dining Hall of Stoclet House, Vienna, Kammerl am Attersee, 1910/11

© MAK/Georg Mayer

Gustav Klimt, Cartoon for the Mosaic Frieze in the Dining Hall of Stoclet House, Vienna, Kammerl am Attersee, 1910/11

© MAK/Georg Mayer

Gustav Klimt, Cartoon “Tree” for the Mosaic Frieze in the Dining Hall of Stoclet House, Vienna, Kammerl am Attersee, 1910/11

© MAK/Georg Mayer

Gustav Klimt, Cartoon for the Mosaic Frieze in the Dining Hall of Stoclet House, Vienna, Kammerl am Attersee, 1910/11

© MAK/Georg Mayer

Gustav Klimt, Cartoon for the Mosaic Frieze in the Dining Hall of Stoclet House, Vienna, Kammerl am Attersee, 1910/11

© MAK/Georg Mayer

Gustav Klimt, Cartoon “Fulfillment” for the Mosaic Frieze in the Dining Hall of Stoclet House, Vienna, Kammerl am Attersee, 1910/11

© MAK/Georg Mayer

Gustav Klimt, Cartoon “Knight” for the Mosaic Frieze in the Dining Hall of Stoclet House, Vienna, Kammerl am Attersee, 1910/11

© MAK/Georg Mayer

Dagobert Peche, Tea Table for the Ast Family, Vienna, 1920

Manufacturer: unknown
© MAK/Georg Mayer

Josef Hoffmann, Tea Service, Vienna 1928

Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstätte
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

Dagobert Peche, Brooch, Zurich 1919

Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstätte Zurich
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

Felice Rix-Ueno, Fabric Length “Hat Feather”, Vienna, ca.1922

Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstätte
© MAK/Georg Mayer

Ernst Lichtblau, Mocha Pot, Vienna, ca. 1924

© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

Marianne Rath (form), Oskar Strnad (décor), Flower Vessel, Bohemia, ca. 1925

Manufacturer: Bohemian manufactory
Merchant: J. & L. Lobmeyr, Vienna
© Peter Kainz/MAK

Josef Hoffmann, Glass Cabinet, Presented at the Exhibition “Liberated Handicraft” at the Austrian Museum of Art and Industry, Vienna, 1934

Manufacturer: Franz Konecny, Cabinetmakers
© MAK/G. Nimatallah

Erna Kopriva, Centerpiece, Vienna 1929

Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstätte
© MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen

MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938

© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900, Hermann Herdtle

Chest for the Imperial Royal Austrian Museum of Art and Industry, Vienna, 1894
Manufacturer: Kölbl und Threm, the two oil paintings by Prof. Rudolf Rössler © MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938

© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938

© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938

© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938

© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938

© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK-Schausammlung Permanent Collection Vienna 1900, Gustav Klimt

Nine Drawings for the Execution of a Frieze for the Dining Room of Stoclet House in Brussels, Vienna, Kammerl am Attersee, 1910/11
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Collection Wien 1900 Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938

© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Collection Wien 1900 Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938

© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Collection Wien 1900 Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938

© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Collection Wien 1900 Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938

© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Collection Wien 1900 Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938

© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Collection Wien 1900 Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938

© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Collection Wien 1900 Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938

© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Collection Wien 1900 Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938

© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Collection Wien 1900 Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938

© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938

© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900, view from:

Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky
Bedsitter Design for Ms. C. Neubacher, Wien Vienna, 1925
Execution: unknown
© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938

© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938

© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938

© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938

© MAK/Georg Mayer

MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938

© MAK/Georg Mayer

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