Gross, Paul


Gross, Paul (1873-1969)

Die Fahrt nach Avalun

Journey to Avalun
Gross, Fritz (1895-1969) An Austrian/English painter, lithographer and illustrator, Fritz Gross first established his career in his native country, exhibiting in Vienna and elsewhere. With the Second World War looming, however, Gross, like other Austrian Jewish artists such as Viktor Tischler and Georg Ehrlich, was forced to flee the country. He settled in London and remained there for the rest of his working life. Besides being a well established artist, Fritz Gross is also remembered as a notable collector. Concentrating upon Impressionist and Modern art, Fritz Gross acquired important paintings, prints and drawings by such masters as Courbet, Degas, Gaugin, Picasso, Renoir and Toulouse-Lautrec. Today both Fritz Gross' own creations and the art he collected is housed at the Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology. Note: The British Museum, lists a signed impression of "Aus dem Hafen von Marseille" in their permanent collection, Registration number: 1929,0114.66. Vervielfaltigende Kunst: During the early twentieth century leading art journals around the world published original etchings, lithographs and woodcuts on a regular basis. Some of the greatest prints from this vital era were commissioned and published by "The Studio", in London, "Pan", in Germany, "The Print Connoisseur", in America and "Vervielfaltigende Kunst", in Vienna

Kohle, signiert, datiert
Charcoal, signed and dated

Enstehungszeit / time of origin: 1922
Größe/size in cm:53x41

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