HAUK KARL

Klosterneuburg 1898 - 1974 Wien

Karl Hauk was born on May 1, 1898 in Klosterneuburg. He studied from 1918 to 1923 at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna under Jungwirth, Sterrer. and Delug. He presented the first time in 1920 as a part of a collective exhibition of the "ring", an association of artists and art lovers, in Linz. In 1921 he was awarded the silver Fügermedaille of the Academy of fine Arts. Hauk commuted between Linz and Vienna and worked as a freelance artist. He presented at the Vienna Secession, the Hagenbund, and at the artclub MAERZ, which he was a member of. From 1927 to 1938 Hauk was a member of the Hagenbund.

He led a master class for painting at the art school in Linz. Hauks travel to Italy, Switzerland, France, Yugoslavia, and Germany, which were popular travel destinations after the war. From there he brought back numerous images. Works of his hands are in the Albertina, the Vienna Museum, and the Upper Austrian Provincial Museum. Karl Hauk died in Vienna 1974.

HAUK KARL 
Klosterneuburg 1898 - 1974 Wien
Bergkulisse 
Öl auf Karton
18 x 23 cm

HAUK KARL
Klosterneuburg 1898 - 1974 Wien
Seekulisse
Öl auf Karton
17 x 24 cm

 

HAUK KARL
Klosterneuburg 1898 - 1974 Wien
Unterach am Attersee
Öl auf Karton
25 x 30 cm

HAUK KARL
Klosterneuburg 1898 - 1974 Wien
Rosen in Vase
Öl auf Karton
36 x 32 cm
rechts unten signiert und datiert 22

HAUK KARL
Klosterneuburg 1898 - 1974 Wien
Abendstimmung am See
Öl auf Karton
19 x 27 cm

 

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