Luttich Mila von, 1872 – 1929

Austrian painter, watercolorist, graphic artist, illustrator. Representative of the Vienna Secession. Born in Vienna in the family of the artist E. Luttich. She received art education under the guidance of her father, and later studied at the Munich Academy of Arts for some time. Since 1900 worked with the Munich magazines Meggendorfer Blatter a...

Austrian painter, watercolorist, graphic artist, illustrator. Representative of the Vienna Secession. Born in Vienna in the family of the artist E. Luttich. She received art education under the guidance of her father, and later studied at the Munich Academy of Arts for some time. Since 1900 worked with the Munich magazines Meggendorfer Blatter and Fliegende Blätter for many years, for which established a set of drawings that brought the artist great fame. She participated in numerous exhibitions, including an exhibition of Austrian artists in Klosterneuburg (1911). Member of the Vienna Secession. Illustrated books for children, developed design of art glass, furniture, interiors. Significant influence on her works was made by one of the founders of the Vienna Secession K. Moser. Drawings of the artist were repeatedly reproduced on postcards and posters.

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