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In September 2013 MAK-Museum für Angewandte Kunst opened a new permanent exhibit on Design / Arts and Crafts from 1890 to 1938. All photos courtesy of Museum für Angewandte Kunst, Wien.
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Josef Hoffmann, Tea Set, Vienna, 1903. Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstätte (Konrad Koch) © MAK/Georg Mayer
Josef Hoffmann, Glass Cabinet, Presented at the Exhibition “Liberated Handicraft” at the Austrian Museum of Art and Industry, Vienna, 1934. Manufacturer: Franz Konecny, Cabinetmakers © MAK/G. Nimatallah
Provocatively geometric and abstract forms. Josef Hoffmann, Basket with Handle, Vienna, 1906. Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstätte © MAK/Georg Mayer
Hugo F. Kirsch, Centerpiece, Vienna, after 1906 © MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen
Lindsey Butterfield, Decorative Fabric with Vine Scrolls and Floral Motifs, London, 1895. Manufacturer: Liberty Art Fabrics, Regent Street © MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen
Edward Colonna for S. Bings Maison de l’Art Nouveau , Knotted Carpet, Paris, 1897/99 © MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen
Wall Arm, London, ca. 1898, Manufacturer: Green & Abbott © MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen
Viennese Modernism, between 1890-1900 witnessed the emancipation from Historicism. Beginning with Otto Wagner’s propagation of a style that was both modern and utilitarian, space is given to the Secessionists, who were inspired by output from countries to the west and from Japan and advocated the Gesamtkunstwerk, or total work of art. This thematic focus concludes with the anti-Secessionist counter movement of Adolf Loos and his call for the advent of a “modern man.” MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900, Adolf Loos' Study of Mary and Gustav Turnowsky, Vienna, 1900. Manufacturer: unknown © MAK/Georg Mayer
Otto Wagner, Table for the Telegram Office of the “Zeit” in Vienna, Vienna, 1902. Manufacturer: J. & J. Kohn © MAK/Nathan Murrell
Koloman Moser’s style is summarized by Japanese influenced decorations for flat surfaces as well as on classic Biedermeier-era and domestic folk art heritage. Koloman Moser, Buffet Cabinet „The Rich Haul“, Vienna, 1900. Manufacturer: Portois & Fix © MAK/Georg Mayer
Henry van de Velde, Writing Desk, Brussels, 1898. Manufacturer: Portois & Fix © MAK/Georg Mayer
MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900, in the front is Henry van de Velde's Writing Desk, Brussels, 1898. Manufacturer: unknown © MAK/Georg Mayer
René Lalique, Ornamental Comb with Wisteria Blossoms, Paris, 1899/1900 © MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen
Jurriaan Kok Jr. und Samuel Schellink Jr., Vase, The Hague, before 1900. Manufacturer: Plateelbakkerij Rozenburg, The Hague, before 1900 © MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen
Josef Hoffmann, Fish Glass, Adolf (Adolfov/Vimperk, CZ), 1899. Merchant: E. Bakalowits & Söhne, Vienna © Wolfgang Woessner/MAK
Koloman Moser, Writing Cabinet for Berta Waerndorfer, Vienna, 1903. Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstätte © Gerald Zugmann/MAK
Josef Hoffmann, Egg Cup with Salt Spoon, Vienna, 1904. Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstätte © MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen
Josef Hoffmann, Centerpiece for the Wittgenstein Family, Vienna, 1905. Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstätte (Josef Wagner) © MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen
Eduard Josef Wimmer-Wisgrill, Embroidered Cap, Vienna, ca. 1910. Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstätte © MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen
Gustav Klimt, Cartoon for the Mosaic Frieze in the Dining Hall of Stoclet House of Stoclet House, Vienna, Kammerl am Attersee, 1910/11 © MAK/Georg Mayer
Gustav Klimt, Cartoon “Knight” for the Mosaic Frieze in the Dining Hall of Stoclet House, Vienna, Kammerl am Attersee, 1910/11 © MAK/Georg Mayer
Gustav Klimt, Cartoon for the Mosaic Frieze in the Dining Hall of Stoclet House, Vienna, Kammerl am Attersee, 1910/11 © MAK/Georg Mayer
Gustav Klimt, Cartoon for the Mosaic Frieze in the Dining Hall of Stoclet House, Vienna, Kammerl am Attersee, 1910/11 © MAK/Georg Mayer
Gustav Klimt, Cartoon for the Mosaic Frieze in the Dining Hall of Stoclet House, Vienna, Kammerl am Attersee, 1910/11 © MAK/Georg Mayer
Gustav Klimt, Cartoon for the Mosaic Frieze in the Dining Hall of Stoclet House, Vienna, Kammerl am Attersee, 1910/11 © MAK/Georg Mayer
Gustav Klimt, Cartoon “Tree” for the Mosaic Frieze in the Dining Hall of Stoclet House, Vienna, Kammerl am Attersee, 1910/11 © MAK/Georg Mayer
Gustav Klimt, Cartoon “Fulfillment” for the Mosaic Frieze in the Dining Hall of Stoclet House, Vienna, Kammerl am Attersee, 1910/11 © MAK/Georg Mayer
Stefan Rath, Parts of a Punch Set, Adolf (Adolfov/Vimperk, CZ), 1914. Merchant: J. & L. Lobmeyr, Vienna © Peter Kainz/MAK
Rococo-tinged, a-tectonic creations of Dagobert Peche. Dagobert Peche, Brooch, Zurich 1919. Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstätte Zurich © MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen
Dagobert Peche, Tea Table for the Ast Family, Vienna, 1920. Manufacturer: unknown © MAK/Georg Mayer
Felice Rix-Ueno, Fabric Length “Hat Feather”, Vienna, ca.1922. Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstätte © MAK/Georg Mayer
Ernst Lichtblau, Mocha Pot, Vienna, ca. 1924 © MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen
Marianne Rath (form), Oskar Strnad (décor), Flower Vessel, Bohemia, ca. 1925. Manufacturer: Bohemian manufactory, Merchant: J. & L. Lobmeyr, Vienna © Peter Kainz/MAK
Erna Kopriva, Centerpiece, Vienna 1929. Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstätte © MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen
MAK Collection Wien 1900 Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938 © MAK/Georg Mayer
MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938 © MAK/Georg Mayer
Josef Hoffmann, Tea Service, Vienna 1928. Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstätte © MAK/Katrin Wißkirchen
MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938 © MAK/Georg Mayer
MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938 © MAK/Georg Mayer
MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900, Design / Arts and Crafts 1890–1938 © MAK/Georg Mayer
MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900, Hermann Herdtle Chest for the Imperial Royal Austrian Museum of Art and Industry, Vienna, 1894. Manufacturer: Kölbl und Threm, the two oil paintings by Prof. Rudolf Rössler © MAK/Georg Mayer
Dagobert Peche, Salon Cabinet for a Reception Salon, Presented at the 45th Secession Exhibition, 1913, Vienna, 1913. Manufacturer: Jakob Soulek © MAK/Georg Mayer
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