Artur Brusenbauch (Austrian 1881 – 1957) Brusenbauch was a fresco painter and graphic designer. He trained as a stage design painter and studied at Staatsgewerbeschule (state trade school) and the Akademie der bildenden Künste (Academy of visual arts). In WW1, he served his country and in 1920, he was admitted into the Wiener Secession, later joining the Künstlerhaus in 1939. Brusenbauch also won the 1928 Austrian State Prize and represented Austria at the art competitions in the Olympic games of the same year. In 1956 he was awarded “The Golden Laurel” a prestigious prize bestowed by the Austrian Künstlerhauses. His fresco paintings can be found throughout Austria, most notably the St. Polten Cathedral.
Picture: Anderson’s Auctions Lot 200 20 Jun 2021