Posters and illustrations with graphics to die for . . . .one gets the feeling that anything Koloman Moser jazzed up the imagery for was a smash hit . . . Living from 1868 to 1918, he was a member of the Vienna and Wiener Secessions along with Gustav Klimt.

1900. Done for an issue of the secessionist magazine "Die Fläche".
1900. Done for an issue of the Secessionist magazine “Die Fläche”.  via https://largesizepaintings.blogspot.com/2011/06/koloman-moser-1868-1918.html.
Artwork for the calendar "de Fromme." 1899.
Artwork for the calendar “de Fromme.” 1899. via https://es.artsdot.com/@@/8XYDUB-Koloman-Moser-Cartel-para-el-calendario-de-Fromme.
"A modern Tantalus." Illustration for "Meggendorfer Blätter." ca. 1895.
“A modern Tantalus”, illustration for “Meggendorfer Blätter” which was an art and satire magazine. ca. 1895. via https://www.levante-emv.com/especiales/bellezayabismo/koloman-moser.html.
Poster for "Richardsquelle." 1899. Color lithograph.
Poster for “Richardsquelle.” 1899. Color lithograph. via https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/bc/Kolo_Moser_-_Richardsquelle_-_1899.jpeg.
Poster for the 5th Exhibition of the Wiener Secession. 1905.
Poster for the 5th Exhibition of the Wiener Secession. 1905. via http://iwate-kokyo.info/imagesgkl-secession-poster.shtm.

All artwork in the public domain due to age.

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