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A bust of Simon Wunderlich, Heinrich Zita,


c. 1911, expressive glazed ceramic bust with which Heinrich Zita took part in the 38th Exhibition of the Vienna Secession in 1911 (as well as with the monumental ceramic sculpture “Unbridled Strength”), marked with old inventory label for the exhibition at the Künstlerhaus in 1924: “3608 1924”, height approx. 44 cm, width approx. 24 cm, depth approx. 28 cm. (MHA)

Heinrich Zita was an Austrian sculptor and medallist. He was born in Nesachleby near Znojmo in Moravia on 29 June 1882 and died in Vienna on 9 March 1951 in Vienna.

Exhibited in:
1911 at the 38th Exhibition of the Vienna Secession and in 1924 at the Vienna Künstlerhaus.

Expert: Mathias Harnisch, MA Mathias Harnisch, MA
+43-1-515 60-242

Mathias.Harnisch@dorotheum.at

10.05.2021 - 15:06

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A bust of Simon Wunderlich, Heinrich Zita,


c. 1911, expressive glazed ceramic bust with which Heinrich Zita took part in the 38th Exhibition of the Vienna Secession in 1911 (as well as with the monumental ceramic sculpture “Unbridled Strength”), marked with old inventory label for the exhibition at the Künstlerhaus in 1924: “3608 1924”, height approx. 44 cm, width approx. 24 cm, depth approx. 28 cm. (MHA)

Heinrich Zita was an Austrian sculptor and medallist. He was born in Nesachleby near Znojmo in Moravia on 29 June 1882 and died in Vienna on 9 March 1951 in Vienna.

Exhibited in:
1911 at the 38th Exhibition of the Vienna Secession and in 1924 at the Vienna Künstlerhaus.

Expert: Mathias Harnisch, MA Mathias Harnisch, MA
+43-1-515 60-242

Mathias.Harnisch@dorotheum.at


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