SALZMANN, GOTTFRIED


Born in Salzburg Austria, 1943

living in Paris och Vence

1963-1965 Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Vienne

1965-1968 Ecole nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris

Gottfried Salzmann: A fine contemporary printmaker and painter, Gottfried Salzmann is best known for his views of the great cities of the world, most notably Paris, New York and London. He studied first at the National School of Arts, Vienna (1963-1965) and then at L'Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris (1965-1968). Since that time, Salzmann's art has been featured in over 150 one-man exhibitions throughout the world. Salzmann's graphic art is now included in the collections of such wide ranging museums as the Albertina Museum, Vienna, the Museum of Salzburg, the Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, the Royal Museum of Lichtenstein, the Metropolitan Museum of Manila and the Museum of Seoul, Korea



Museum Solo Exhibitions

2012 Kubinhaus Zwickledt Museum, Wernstein Inn, Austria

2006 Salzburger Museum Carolino Augusteum, Salzburg, Austria, opening of the G. Salzmann permanent room

2003 Salzburg Museum, Salzburg, Austria

2001-02 Musée de St. Maur, La Varenne, France

Metropolitan Museum, Manila, Philippines

Museum of Modern Art Rupertinum, Salzburg, Austria

Museum and Group Exhibitions

2010 Schömer Haus-Museum Essl, Klosterneuburg, Vienna, Austria, The Beginning of a Collection

2009 Lentos Art Museum, Best of Austria, Linz, Austria

Honors

2011 The Austrian Cross of Honor for Science and Art, awarded by the Austrian Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture.


"Lehman Brothers" – lithography 56x75 cm
"Time Square" Aquatint etching 59x46 cm
Aquatint etching
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