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Rudolf Kriesch

by on May 14, 2015

Rudolf Kriesch, German deceased (1904 –1992)


Paintings by Rudolf Kriesch in Arnot Gallery collection available for purchase, Circa 1953.

Rudolf Kriesch was born on May 30, 1904 in St. Pölten. Kriesch died in Munich in 1992 ). Rudolf Kriesch was an Austrian painter and graphic designer. Rudolf Kriesch lived in Munich 1929 until his death. He worked regularly for the satirical magazines Simplicissimus and The Simpl. His specialty was the subtle eroticism coupled with cultivated elegance. He painted in oils, charcoal and pastel.

Awards:

1968 Water lilies Prize

Book publications:

People and other people. Simpl’eien of Rudolf Kriesch. Texts of Anton Sailer. Hannover 1959

JW Goethe: The Diary. With drawings by Rudolf Kriesch. Munich 1958

The Book of Ruth. Samson and the Philistines. Two stories from the Bible. Illustrated by Rudolf Kriesch. Munich 1948

Oskar Maria Graf: The Bavarian Decameron 1964 Desch-Verlag, with 52 drawings by Rudolf Kriesch


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