Carl Moser

Carl Moser (1873 - 1939) was the son of the landscape painter Karl Vinzenz Moser. Animated by Franz Defregger, in 1896 he studied academy with Gabriel von Hackl, Ludwig Herterich and Karl Raupp in Munich. After graduating in 1907, he studied at the Académie Julian in Paris. In 1902 he met Max Kurzweil, who animated him to deal with the color woodcut. Carl Moser has united the color woodcut of his time like few European graphic artists to a synthesis of Japanese and European visual art. A preferred source of inspiration were the landscapes and people of Tyrol and Brittany.


Tiroler Bauernmädchen., 1930
woodcut in colors, signed and dated.

Numbered 314.
31 x 25.5 cm


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