Delug, Alois

PAINTER (AUSTRIA)
BORN 25 May 1859, Bolzano - DIED 17 Sep 1930, Wien
GRAVE LOCATION Wien: Grinzinger Friedhof, 19., An den langen Lüssen 33 (Gruppe 19, Nummer 190)

Alois Delug studied history in Innsbruck and then art in Vienna, where he was a student of Karl Leopold Müller. He started out as an artist in Munich in 1888. In 1896 he returned to Vienna, where he became a member of the Secession. From 1898 until 1928 he was a teacher at the Acedemy in Vienna, where Faistauer, Koller-Pinell and Kolig were among his students.

At Grinzing (Vienna) he started a Kunstschulkolonie (Art school colony), aiming to reform art education. From 1922 until 1922 he lived in the United States.

Sources
• Becker, Edwin & Sabine Grabner (eds.), Wenen 1900, Portret en interieur, Van Goghmuseum, Amsterdam, 1997

Images

The grave of Alois Delug at the Grinzinger Friedhof, Vienna.
Picture by Androom (29 Aug 2002)

 


Delvard, Marya

Published: 25 Dec 2006
Last update: 29 May 2016