Anonymer Maler / Anonyme Malerin, „Malerin mit Aktmodell im Freien“, um 1910 © Leopold Museum, Wien

  • EGON SCHIELE, Mother and Child | 1912 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Photo: Leopold Museum, Vienna/Manfred Thumberger
  • Helene Funke, Schlafender weiblicher Akt („Traum"), 1908/1910 © Leopold Museum, Wien, 2017
  • MAX FELDBAUER, Acrobat | 1913 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Photo: Leopold Museum, Vienna/Manfred Thumberger
  • KOLOMAN MOSER, Venus in the Grotto | c. 1914 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Photo: Leopold Museum, Vienna/Manfred Thumberger
  • Anselm von Feuerbach, Medea, 1873 © Leopold Museum, Wien, 2017
  • Cecil van Haanen, Mädchen mit rotem Kopftuch, um 1875 © Leopold Museum, Wien, 2017
  • Franz Rumpler, Mädchen mit entblößter Schulter, um 1880 © Leopold Museum, Wien, 2017
  • Franz Wiegele, Liegender weiblicher Akt, 1920 © Leopold Museum, Wien, 2017
  • Josef Engelhart, Alte Frau mit schwarzer Haube, um 1890 © Leopold Museum, Wien, 2017
  • Käthe Kollwitz Selbstbildnis, 1903/04 © Bildrecht Wien, 2017

Female Images

From Biedermeier to Early Modernism

7th July to 18th September 2017

This summer, the series of themed presentations featuring the permanent collection will shine the spotlight on female images from the Leopold Collection. The selection of works focuses on the period from 1830 to 1930. The first part of the presentation highlights specific themes, such as female portraits, mother-and-child depictions, the environment of women, renderings of female youth and old age, as well as women as nude models.

The second part of the exhibition is dedicated to works created by female artists, including paintings, graphic works and sculptures by Tina Blau, Marie Egner, Olga Wisinger-Florian, Broncia Koller-Pinell, Käthe Kollwitz, Emma Bormann, Wally Wieselthier, Maria Likarz and Kitty Rix.

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