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”. via https://largesizepaintings.blogspot.com/2011/06/koloman-moser-1868-1918.html. 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” 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. via https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/bc/Kolo_Moser_-_Richardsquelle_-_1899.jpeg. 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.