Portrait of a Woman

Leo Putz (Austrian, 1869-1940): Portrait of a Woman (1922) – In 1899, Paul Höcker’s studio class founded the artist group “Scholle”. Putz was one of its founding members. The group confronted the predominant academic style and Historicism with a new, temperamental painting style, which was influenced by Wilhelm Trübner. The central subject was the depiction of people, mainly women…

Leo Putz  Portrait of a Woman

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