The 18th Exhibition of the Vienna Secession poster by Gustav Klimt. Image from Gustav Klimt in Korea, 2009

The 18th Exhibition of the Vienna Secession poster by Gustav Klimt. Image from Gustav Klimt in Korea, 2009

The Vienna Secession AKA The Union of Austrian Artists was formed in 1897 by a group of Austrian artists who had resigned from the Association of Austrian Artists.

The Vienna Secession AKA The Union of Austrian Artists was formed in 1897 by a group of Austrian artists who had resigned from the Association of Austrian Artists.

Ex Libris bookplate by Josef Hoffmann. Vienna Secession

Ex Libris bookplate by Josef Hoffmann. Vienna Secession

Personal monograms of various designers from the Vienna Secession, 1902. Including: Gustav Klimt (second from R on top), Koloman Moser (second from bottom on L), Emil Orlik (second from bottom on R).

Personal monograms of various designers from the Vienna Secession, 1902. Including: Gustav Klimt (second from R on top), Koloman Moser (second from bottom on L), Emil Orlik (second from bottom on R).

Alfred Roller, poster for the sixteenth Vienna Secession exhibition, 1902…

Alfred Roller, poster for the sixteenth Vienna Secession exhibition, 1902…

Wiener Werkstätte Identity - Vienna Secession Design  - designers Josef Hoffmann, Koloman Moser, & Dagobert Peche, 1903–1932

Wiener Werkstätte Identity - Vienna Secession Design - designers Josef Hoffmann, Koloman Moser, & Dagobert Peche, 1903–1932

Monograms for artists of the Vienna Secession. Published in the XIV catalogue for the group, 1902.

Monograms for artists of the Vienna Secession. Published in the XIV catalogue for the group, 1902.

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Secession poster, 1899, by Koloman Moser (Austrian, 1868–1918). Moser is associated with the Viennese Secession movement, and was co-founder of the Wiener Werkstatte

Secession poster, 1899, by Koloman Moser (Austrian, 1868–1918). Moser is associated with the Viennese Secession movement, and was co-founder of the Wiener Werkstatte

On the way to the Majolika Haus and other houses that Otto Wagner built on the left Wienzeile, you will encounter the building of the Vienna Secession, which was built by Wagner’s student Joseph Maria Olbrich.    The golden laurel leaf dome is located directly over the exhibition rooms of this Secession building.  The Secession was the movement by fine artists and architects that through Art Nouveau wanted to break new ground beyond the stylistic imitations of the Ringstraße era.

On the way to the Majolika Haus and other houses that Otto Wagner built on the left Wienzeile, you will encounter the building of the Vienna Secession, which was built by Wagner’s student Joseph Maria Olbrich. The golden laurel leaf dome is located directly over the exhibition rooms of this Secession building. The Secession was the movement by fine artists and architects that through Art Nouveau wanted to break new ground beyond the stylistic imitations of the Ringstraße era.

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