The Art Deco genre scene was created by the famous historic Austrian painter and genre Oskar Larsen (1882-1972). In 1897-1901, he studied at the graphic school in Vienna with Viktor Jasper, Joseph Eugen Hoerwarter and Doleschal, in 1901-1909 at the Vienna Art Academy under Alois Delug. During the First World War, Larsen worked as a war painter and lived in Germany in 1932-1942. He has been an honorary member of the London Royal Academy and has received various awards in Vienna. In 1919 he became a member of the Vienna Artists´ Unit. Larsen's paintings are on permanent display at the City Museum in Vienna.
Literature: Prof. H. Fuchs "Die Österreichischen Maler", Vienna, 1975, AKL Index.
Technique: oil on cardboard.
Inscription: signed Larsen and dated 1928, lower left
Dimensions: without frame l 38 "xh 26" (96.5 x 66 cm), framed l 45 "xh 33" (114.5 x 84 cm)
Condition: very good condition. flag

<strong>The Art Deco genre scene was created by the famous historic Austrian painter and genre Oskar Larsen (1882-1972). </strong>In 1897-1901, he studied at the graphic school in Vienna with Viktor Jasper, Joseph Eugen Hoerwarter and Doleschal, in 1901-1909 at the Vienna Art Academy under Alois Delug. During the First World War, Larsen worked as a war painter and lived in Germany in 1932-1942. <strong>He has been an honorary member of the London Royal Academy and has received various awards in Vienna. </strong>In 1919 he became a member of the Vienna Artists&acute; Unit. Larsen&#39;s paintings are on permanent display at the City Museum in Vienna.<br />
<strong>Literature</strong>: Prof. H. Fuchs &quot;Die &Ouml;sterreichischen Maler&quot;, Vienna, 1975, AKL Index.<br />
<strong>Technique:</strong>&nbsp;oil on cardboard.<br />
<strong>Inscription</strong>: signed Larsen and dated 1928, lower left<br />
<strong>Dimensions: </strong>without frame l 38 &quot;xh 26&quot; (96.5 x 66 cm), framed l 45 &quot;xh 33&quot; (114.5 x 84 cm)<br />
<strong>Condition: </strong>very good condition.
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"The Art Deco genre scene was created by the famous historic Austrian painter and genre Oskar Larsen (1882-1972). In 1897-1901, he studied at the graphic school in Vienna with Viktor Jasper, Joseph Eugen Hoerwarter and Doleschal, in 1901-1909 at the Vienna Art Academy under Alois Delug. During the First World War, Larsen worked as a war painter and lived in Germany in 1932-1942. He has been an honorary member of the London Royal Academy and has received various awards in Vienna. In 1919 he became a member of the Vienna Artists´ Unit. Larsen's paintings are on permanent display at the City Museum in Vienna.
Literature: Prof. H. Fuchs "Die Österreichischen Maler", Vienna, 1975, AKL Index.
Technique: oil on cardboard.
Inscription: signed Larsen and dated 1928, lower left
Dimensions: without frame l 38 "xh 26" (96.5 x 66 cm), framed l 45 "xh 33" (114.5 x 84 cm)
Condition: very good condition."
The Art Deco genre scene was created by the famous historic Austrian painter and genre Oskar Larsen (1882-1972). In 1897-1901, he studied at the graphic school in Vienna with Viktor Jasper, Joseph Eugen Hoerwarter and Doleschal, in 1901-1909 at the Vienna Art Academy under Alois Delug. During the First World War, Larsen worked as a war painter and lived in Germany in 1932-1942. He has been an honorary member of the London Royal Academy and has received various awards in Vienna. In 1919 he became a member of the Vienna Artists´ Unit. Larsen's paintings are on permanent display at the City Museum in Vienna.
Literature: Prof. H. Fuchs "Die Österreichischen Maler", Vienna, 1975, AKL Index.
Technique:oil on cardboard.
Inscription: signed Larsen and dated 1928, lower left
Dimensions: without frame l 38 "xh 26" (96.5 x 66 cm), framed l 45 "xh 33" (114.5 x 84 cm)
Condition: very good condition.
Price:5000 €
Artist : Oscar Larsen
Period:20th Century
Style:Art Deco
Condition : Autriche

Material : Huile sur toile
Width : 114,5
Height : 84
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The Art Deco genre scene was created by the famous historic Austrian painter and genre Oskar Larsen (1882-1972). In 1897-1901, he studied at the graphic school in Vienna with Viktor Jasper, Joseph Eugen Hoerwarter and Doleschal, in 1901-1909 at the Vienna Art Academy under Alois Delug. During the First World War, Larsen worked as a war painter and lived in Germany in 1932-1942. He has been an honorary member of the London Royal Academy and has received various awards in Vienna. In 1919 he became a member of the Vienna Artists´ Unit. Larsen's paintings are on permanent display at the City Museum in Vienna.
Literature: Prof. H. Fuchs "Die Österreichischen Maler", Vienna, 1975, AKL Index.
Technique: oil on cardboard.
Inscription: signed Larsen and dated 1928, lower left
Dimensions: without frame l 38 "xh 26" (96.5 x 66 cm), framed l 45 "xh 33" (114.5 x 84 cm)
Condition: very good condition.
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