Ferdinand Brunner (1870-1945)


Ferdinand Brunner was born 1870 in Vienna. Already with 14 years he was a trainee for scenic painting at the studio of Anton Brioschi, H. Burghart und Johann Kautsky. Between 1891 and 1896 he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in the class of Eduard Peithner von Lichtenfels. 1894 he received the Gundel-Preis and 1901 Brunner became a member of the Wiener Künstlerhaus. His works were shown at the International Art Exhibitions in Dusseldorf 1904 and 1907 and later on also at the Glaspalast in München. Brunner was honored 1910 with the Great Golden State Medal and received the Gustav-Figdor Prize 1935.

Ferdinand Brunner died 1945 in Vienna.


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