Olga Wisinger-Florian was born on the 1st of November 1844 in Vienna. The trained pianist studied with Melchior Fritsch and August Schaeffer before the Austrian mood-expressionist Jakob Schindler became her teacher. Alongside Marie Egner and Tina Blau, Olga Wisinger - Florian counted to be one of the most successful painters of the Viennese century. Her paintings were regularly exhibited at the annual exhibitions of the Künstlerhaus, later also at secession and Hagenbund exhibitions. In an unconventional, casual way she painted attractive landscape pictures of Vienna and the surrounding area. Using restrained aesthetics, fine-tuned light, and shade, to paint vegetable gardens, old-day work on the field, and freshly picked meadows, which made her paintings unique. Olga Wisinger-Florian passed away on the 27th of February 1926 in Vienna.