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Richard Gerstl

Left: Self-Portrait. 1908. Wash, ink and charcoal. Private collection.

Right: Self-Portrait with Blue Background. Circa 1906. Oil on cardboard. Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum, Innsbruck.

EXHIBITIONS (*INDICATES SOLO EXHIBITION)

65th Anniversary Exhibition, Part I

Austrian and German Expressionism

October 28, 2004 - January 8, 2005


Body and Soul

Expressionism and the Human Figure

October 7, 2003 - January 3, 2004


Recent Acquisitions (And Some Thoughts on the Current Art Market)

June 26, 2001 - September 7, 2001


From Fa├žade to Psyche

Turn-of-the-Century Portraiture in Austria & Germany

March 28, 2000 - June 10, 2000


That Way Madness Lies

Expressionism and the Art of Gugging

January 14, 1997 - March 15, 1997


The Fractured Form

Expressionism and the Human Body

November 15, 1995 - January 6, 1996


55th Anniversary Exhibition in Memory of Otto Kallir

June 7, 1994 - September 2, 1994


Richard Gerstl/Oskar Kokoschka

March 17, 1992 - May 9, 1992


Galerie St. Etienne

A History in Documents and Pictures

June 20, 1989 - September 8, 1989


Oskar Kokoschka and His Time

November 25, 1986 - January 31, 1987


Expressionist Painters

March 25, 1986 - May 10, 1986


Expressionists on Paper

October 8, 1985 - November 23, 1985


European and American Landscapes

June 4, 1985 - September 13, 1985


Arnold Schoenberg's Vienna

November 13, 1984 - January 5, 1985


The Human Perspective

Recent Acquisitions

March 16, 1982 - May 15, 1982


Austria's Expressionism

April 21, 1981 - May 30, 1981


25th Anniversary Exhibition

Part I

October 17, 1964


Austrian Expressionists

January 6, 1964


Paintings by Expressionists

January 27, 1962


Two Viennese Artists at the Turn of the Century

Peter Altenberg and Richard Gerstl

June 7, 1947


Richard Gerstl and Young Artists from Styria

June 22, 1946


* Richard Gerstl

An Artist's Fate

September 28, 1931


AUSTRIA'S EXPRESSIONISM

April 21, 1981 - May 30, 1981

ARTISTS

Gerstl, Richard

Jungnickel, Ludwig Heinrich

Klimt, Gustav

Kokoschka, Oskar

Kubin, Alfred

Laske, Oskar

Schiele, Egon

 

ESSAY

There is no essay for this exhibition.