Ernst Huber was born on the 15th of July 1895 in Vienna. He trained to become a lithographer and typographer and visited a course for ornamental drawing at the School of Applied Arts. He was a self-taught painter. His first exhibition in 1919 in the art community was a great success. He was a member of the art show, later also the secession and was in close contact with Dobrowksy, Ehrlich, Jung nickel, Kitt, and Zülow. His motives are usually areas from the Mühlviertel. In his works he depicts the relationship between man and landscape. Hubers images are therefore close in landscape view with Zülow and Dobrowsky. His works are represented in numerous domestic and foreign museums. Ernst Huber died on the 26. September 1960 in Vienna.