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Anton Hanak

male / Austrian
Qualifications
sculptor
Nationality/school
Austrian
Born
Brünn (Südmähren) 1875-03-22
Deceased
Hetzendorf (Meidling) 1934-01-07
Saur 1992-
Family relationships
this field records any family relationship to one or more other artist(s).
zoon van kamerschilder en vergulder Johannes (Jan) Hanak
See also
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Biographical information
Education
k.k. Staats-Gewerbeschule
(Grassegger/Krug 1997); 1894-1898 vervolgcursussen bij Anton Brenek
Akademie der Bildenden Künste (Wenen)
1898-1904 bij Edmund Hellmer (Grassegger/Krug 1997)
Active in
  • Wenen 1889 - 1905
    1889-1893 in de leer bij beeldhouwer en meubelmaker Ludwig Sauer, vanaf 1905 eigen atelier
  • Brünn (Südmähren) 1893
    november 1893 in de meubelfabriek van Sigmund Deutsch werkzaam
  • Langenzersdorf (Neder-Oostenrijk) 1901 - 1905
    vanaf 1901 woonachtig in Langenzersdorf en vanaf 1905 zelfstandig werkzaam (Grassegger/Krug 1997)
  • Italië 1904 - 1911
    vanaf november 1904 tot eind mei 1905, reis naar Italië met beurs (Capri, Napels, Rome, Florence, Padua, Venetië en Triëst) en in 1911 reis naar Zuid-Italië
  • Winkelsdorf (hist.) 1914 - 1916
    meerdere malen werkverblijf in Winkelsdorf
  • Hetzendorf (Meidling) 1923 - 1934
    Hetzendorfer Schloss (alle gegevens over plaatsen van werkzaamheid ontleend aan Grassegger/Krug 1997)
Teacher at academy/university
Kunstgewerbeschule (Wenen)
1907-1909 cursusleider; 1913-1932
Akademie der Bildenden Künste (Wenen)
1932-1934 (Grassegger/Krug 1997)
born in
active in
Subjects
This field specifies the various subject categories or genres that constitute the oeuvre of the artist in question. The contents of this field are generally based more on the documentation available at the RKD than on the literature.
figure, depiction of laborers, portrait, Christian religious scene, allegory, mythology
Thieme/Becker 1907-1950
Medium/technique
terracotta, marble, bronze
Thieme/Becker 1907-1950
Product
fountain, monument, sepulchral monument, bust (sculpture), relief
Thieme/Becker 1907-1950
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Creation date: 2002-10-31; Last modified date: 2018-10-01

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