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Franz Servaes

Köln 1862 -
Wien 1947


Franz Servaes was born on June 17, 1862, in Cologne. He attended the Gymnasium in Cologne. Beginning in 1881, he studied art and German at the universities in Leipzig, Strasbourg, and Bonn.
He received his doctorate in 1887. He then lived in Berlin, publishing his first essays and art reviews there. The first performance of his drama "Zu Haus," which had remained unpublished up until then, took place on April 7, 1895. It received negative reviews from the press.
Another drama, entitled "Stickluft", appeared a short time later. In 1899, Franz Servaes published in various weekly and monthly magazines. Servaes also worked temporarily as the theater critic for the "Vossische Zeitung." In the same year, he worked as a cultural correspondent and feuilletonist for the "Neue freie Presse" in Vienna. In 1904, he took over as editor of the "Neue freie Presse," succeeding Theodor Herzl.
Franz Servaes died on July 14, 1947, in Vienna.


Ketterer Kunst
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Karl Hofer - Tropisches Bad
Karl Hofer
"Tropisches Bad"
83,250 $
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Max Slevogt
"Pfälzer Landschaft"
66,600 $
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Franz Marc - Geschlachteter Stier
Franz Marc
"Geschlachteter Stier"
55,500 $
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Alexander Calder - Horse II
Alexander Calder
"Horse II"
38,850 $
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Auguste Herbin - Village (Paysage à Mouthier-Haute-Pierre)
Auguste Herbin
"Village (Paysage à Mouthier-Haute-Pierre)"
33,300 $
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Oskar Moll - Jardin du Luxembourg II
Oskar Moll
"Jardin du Luxembourg II"
32,190 $
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Hans Purrmann - Stillleben mit Rosen und Pfirsichen
Hans Purrmann
"Stillleben mit Rosen und Pfirsichen"
26,640 $
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Emil Nolde - Männerbildnis mit dunkelrotem Haar, Neuguinea
Emil Nolde
"Männerbildnis mit dunkelrotem Haar, Neuguinea"
19,980 $
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