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作品分類: buffet hutch
題名: The Rich Haul
作者 / 制作年代:
デザイン: Koloman Moser, ウイーン, 1900
作者: Portois & Fix, ウイーン, 1900

時代/王朝/様式: Jugendstil
材料 / 手法: Ahornholz, furniert, dunkelbraun gebeizt und politiert; Fischmarketerie aus Buchsbaum- und Pyramiden-Mahagoniholz; Horizontalmarketerie aus gebeizten Ahorn- und naturbelassenen Buchsbaumholz; Ulmenholz, gebeizt und poliert; Messing; Glas, facettiert
測定:
縦幅: 180 センチ
横幅: 168 センチ
depth: 67 センチ

作品番号: H 1700
出所: donation (1901)
signature: Portois & Fix Wien/6999
関連品:
photograph of the object: Buffet “Der reiche Fischzug” [The Rich Haul] (KI 13763-4)
Der reiche Fischzug (H 1629)
デザイン: Entwurf eines Musters für Stoff oder Tapete: "Der reiche Fischzug" (KI 8671-1-3)
デザイン: Entwurf eines Musters für Stoff oder Tapete: "Der reiche Fischzug" (KI 8671-2-3)
Flächenmusterentwurf zu "Der reiche Fischzug" (KI 8671-11)
Goldfische Wandbehang [recto] (BI 12898-3-17-1)
Forellen-Reigen (T 5364)
Forellen-Reigen (WI 57)
Werkmappe für Franz Matsch (LE 417)
Ballspende zum Ball der Stadt Wien am 9. Februar 1901 (KI 8687-1)
Photograph of a buffet cabinet after a design by Koloman Moser: The Rich Haul (KI 16733-47)
Photograph of a buffet cabinet after a design by Koloman Moser: The Rich Haul (KI 16733-48)

詳記: For the 8th exhibition of the Secession in 1900, which was the first one to do away with the distinction between “fine” and “applied” art, Koloman Moser, who had trained at the Academy in Vienna as a painter, presented his unconventional furniture piece Der reiche Fischzug [The Rich Haul]. This buffet, regarded as a groundbreaking and influential example of a specifically Viennese style of furniture, can be understood as a challenge to that period’s established sense of aesthetic form and proportion: by emphasizing not the supporting structure alone, Moser produced an ambivalent effect that made it difficult for his contemporaries to differentiate between support and load, space and surface. At the same time, the geometric nature of this construction’s basic forms and the use of surface ornamentation—much like in many later pieces of Viennese furniture—gave rise to a harmony of sorts that was both new and full of tension. (Hackenschmidt, Sebastian)
セクション: Furniture and Woodwork Collection
コレクション: furniture and woodwork collection
Exhibitions:
Koloman Moser. Universalkünstler zwischen Gustav Klimt und Josef Hoffmann, Museum Villa Stuck, 23/05/2019 ~ 15/09/2019
KOLOMAN MOSER. Universal Artist between Gustav Klimt and Josef Hoffmann, MAK – Österreichisches Museum für angewandte Kunst / Gegenwartskunst, 19/12/2018 ~ 22/04/2019
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