Mlenek, Hannes
Modlik, Franz
Moser, Koloman
Motesiczky, Marie-Louise
Muck, Otto
Mulley, Oskar
Müller, Carl
Müller, Peter Paul
Naske, Edith
Nepo, Ernst
Nieuwenkamp, Wijnand Otto
Oberhuber, Oswald
Oppenheimer, Max
Orlik, Emil
Oudot, Roland
Paar, Ernst
Pajer-Gartegen, Robert
Panigl, Johanna
Panzenberger, Kurt
Parik, Angelika
Penther, Sylvia
Peschka, Anton
Pevetz, Georg
Philippi, Robert
Pick-Morino, Edmund
Pippal, Hans-Robert
Planckh, Viktor
Ploberger, Herbert
Popescu, Ana
Potuznik, Heribert
Prachensky, Wilhelm Nicolaus
Praschl, Stefan
Pregartbauer, Lois
Preuß, H.
Putz, Leo
Rambousek, Jan
Rappaport, Fred
Reichel, Karl Anton
Reinberger-Brausewetter, Gertraud
Reiser, Jacob Benjamin
Reismayer-Fritsche, Johanna
Reißberger, Karl
Ress, Paul
Réthi, Lili
Reuss, Albert
Revy, Karl Julius Heinrich
Reyl-Hanisch, Herbert von
Richly, Rudolf
Richter, Gottfried
Rieder, Carl
Ritschel, Friedrich
Rogler, Franz
Roller, Alfred
Rossilon, Marius (O'Galop)
Roth, Augustin
Rummel, Adolf
Saatzer, Georg
Sailer, Anton
Salvendy, Frieda
Salzmann, Gottfried
Satzinger, Heinz
Sauer, Josef
Schaefer-Matyi, Helga
Schaffran, Emmerich
Schatz, Otto Rudolf
Schiffer, Anton
Schirrmacher, Fritz
Schmid, Erich
Schmid, Leopold
Schmidtbauer, Paul
Schmitt, Robert
Schmoll von Eisenwerth, Karl
Schnetzer, Josef
Scholz-Hafner, Karoline
Schreyer-Loebl, Greta
Schrom, Ernst
Schulnig, Georg
Schupitta, Horst W.
Schwamberger-Riemer, Maria
Schwarz, Maria
Schwarz-Waldegg, Fritz
Schwetz, Karl
Schütte, Ernst
Schöller, Robert
Seibold, Alois Leopold
Alfred Kubin war born in 1877 in Leitmeritz. His childhood was deeply influenced by the death of his mother and the fact that his family often moved from one place to another. He was not sure what he wanted to do in life. First he took lessons in photography. In 1898 he moved to Munich and studied at the Academy. Shortly after he quit and continued his studies as an autodidact. The young artist was impressed by the works of Ensor, Klinger, Munch and Redon. In 1902 Kubin had his first exhibition in Berlin, which wasn’t well received by the public. Nevertheless he gained two important collectors, the poet Max Dauthendey and the collector and editor Hans von Weber. With the publication of the so called “Weber-Mappe” Kubin had his break through. In spring his work was shown at an exhibition of the Secession and other exhibitions in Munich and Berlin followed. He got to know Fritz von Herzmanovsky, who became a life-long friend, and other important expressionist artists. In 1912 he started to work for the new founded “Simplicissimus”. During World War I he was interested in philosophy and psychoanalysis. In 1921 he had his first big one-man exhibition. He made a lot of lithographs, worked as a writer and illustrated journals and books. In 1955 he disposed his whole estate by will to the Republic of Austria. Alfred Kubin died in 1959 in Zwickledt. After his death his estate was divided and given to the Albertina and the Landesmuseum of Upper Austria.