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Article: 2774  

Styck, Franz von (1863 – 1928). Portrait of Marie Stuck (1906)

Etching, watercolor on paper
20,1 x 14,8
Lower left on the plate - Franz von Styck
Lower right of the plate - Gravure Hanfstaengl
Lower in the center on a plate - Des Künstlers Tochter

Franz Von Stuck lived from 1863 to 1928. Von Stuck lived most of his life in Munich, Germany and attended the school of Plastic Arts and the Munich Academy there. He first made his living by illustrating for numerous magazines. Eventually around 1892 he became one of the founders of the Munich Sezession and his symbolist period is also of this decade. Around 1895 he began teaching at the Munich academy that he once attended. Some of his pupils at the academy included Klee, Albers, and Kandinsky. Among Von Stuck's archetectual creations is the Villa Stuck Prinzregentenstrasse, Munich which is now a museum. Von Stuck died in 1928 and was buried in Waldfriedhof in Munich with his wife Mary.

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