Rudolf Quittner was an Austrian painter of the Impressionism. Even during his engineering studies Quittner spent much time with painting, after that went to the “Académie Julian” in Paris and learned under Camille Pissaro the art of landscape painting. For studying purposes he traveled almost whole Europe, the Orient and North-America (USA, Canada and Mexico). Between traveling he lived in Paris, where he was supported by Claude Monet. From 1901 he lived in Vienna. 1905 he became member of the “Genossenschaft der bildenden Künste Wiens” (assotiation of fine art Vienna).
Exhibitions: Biennale in Venice (1907), Paris, Munich, Düsseldorf, Dresden, Berlin und frequently in the „Wiener Künstlerhaus“ (Viennese main Art-gallery). In the same building his estate exhibition was held.
signed „Rud. Quittner“
Oil on canvas