KOLOMAN MOSER: DESIGN GENIUS

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BEARDLESS JESUS WITH WITH ANGELS, SAINTS MARY MAGDALENE + MARTHA IN GLASGOW ‘SPOOK SCHOOL’ ARCHED STAINED GLASS WINDOW : Saint Mungo Museum of Religious Life + Art, Glasgow, Scotland. ‘Erected by Wm. Johnson, 1905.’ Maltesedog foto: Wikimedia Commons + Rockland Rosa Triplex

Published January 13, 2014 by goyodelarosa

SAINT MUNGO’S MUSEUM OF RELIGIOUS LIFE AND ART

GLASGOW CATHEDRAL PRECINCT, SCOTLAND

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English: Stained Glass at St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art
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Author Maltesedog

MOSER’S MYSTICAL MOOLAH: Pure psychedelic Wiener Werkstatte design by Koloman Moser (1868–1918): Entwurf für die Banknote zu 50 Kronen, Vienna, Austria, 27 May, 1902, wikimedia commons @ Rockland Rosa Triplex

Published January 12, 2014 by goyodelarosa
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Artist
Koloman Moser (1868–1918) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q45055
Title
Deutsch: Entwurf für die Banknote zu 50 Kronen
Date 1902
Medium
Deutsch: Aquarell auf Papier
Dimensions 10,2 x 15,1 cm
Deutsch: Österreichische Nationalbank, Geldmuseum
Deutsch: Wien
Source/Photographer repro from artbook

KOLOMAN MOSER: WIENER SECESSION DESIGN GENIUS: Vienna Workshops artist influenced by KLIMT, OLBRICH, GLASGOW SPOOK SCHOOL. MOSER in turn influenced Ferdinand Hodler, Egon Schiele, Franz von Stuck… LA ROSA REVUE

Published October 2, 2010 by goyodelarosa

KOLOMAN MOSER: AN HOMAGE

BY ‘GOYO DE LA ROSA’

VER SACRUM

VER SACRUM: KOLO MOSER

Koloman Moser’s designs for Ver Sacrum (‘Sacred Spring’), the house organ of the Vienna Secessionists, were square in format, and served as inspiration for the prospectus number of my own occasional publication called LA ROSA REVUE, which first came out in late 1988, as No. O, dated Jan. ’89 in the upper right hand corner, with a black and white Rob Destrube photo of Miles Lowry’s beautiful Leonardesque “Between the Worlds” painting on the cover.

LA ROSA REVUE PROSPECTUS No. 0 WITH MILES LOWRY PAINTING
 GOYO DE LA ROSA, ROB DESTRUBE + MILES LOWRY: LA ROSA NO. O: WINTER 1988 -1989

KOLO MOSER: POEM ILLUSTRATION FROM VER SACRUM

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VENUS IN THE GROTTO BY KOLOMAN MOSER

 

KOLOMAN MOSER: THE THREE GRACES

 

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KOLOMAN MOSER: FROMME KALENDER

KOLO MOSER: FEMALE NUDE

Koloman Moser, book stamp for Fritz Waerndorfer, 1903. Museum no. E.1209-1965

KOLO MOSER: EX LIBRIS: 1903

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KOLOMAN MOSER: TRE DONNE: 1905

Koloman Moser Ver Sacrum

VER SACRUM POSTER BY KOLO MOSER 

KOLOMAN MOSER: SCYLLA WALLPAPER DESIGN

KOLO MOSER: ORAKELBLUME TEXTILE DESIGN: 1901

KOLO MOSER SELF PORTRAITS (Above and below)