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AAustrian art -the Austrian flag: one horizontal white bar between two red ones

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see thumbnail to rightGustav Klimt (Austrian, 1862-1918), Hope, II, 1907-08, oil, gold, and platinum on canvas, 43 1/2 x 43 1/2 inches, (110.5 x 110.5 cm), Museum of Modern Art, NY. See pattern.



Raoul Hausmann (Austrian, 1886-1971), Mechanical Head [or, The Spirit of Our Time], 1919, assemblage: the head of a mannequin in wood, with diverse objects attached to it (including a leather pocketbook, a collapsing aluminum cup, brass and cardboard labels), 12 5/8 x 9 inches (32.5 x 21 x 20 cm), Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. See Dada.




see thumbnail to leftOtto Natzler (Austrian, 1908-2007) , Gertrud Natzler (Austrian, 1908-1971), Bowl, 1943, earthenware, turquoise overflow lava glaze, height 3 7/16 inches (8.75 cm), diameter 8 1/2 inches (21.5 cm), Los Angeles County Museum of Art. See Austrian art.




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