Welcome to the homepage of the artist Carl Moll!


Carl Moll was one of the most important and most influential personalities in Viennese art life around 1900. As a painter of landscapes, still lifes and interiors he started in the tradition of the Stimmungsimpressionismus (Austrian mood impressionism), characterised by his teacher and friend the landscape painter Emil Jakob Schindler. Then he developed a two-dimensional style like the other artists of the Viennese Secession, in the late works modified in an expressive way filled with light and space.

Carl Moll was the cofounder of the Viennese Secession and the director of the Gallery Miethke, so he organized a lot of very important exhibitions of contemporary art. Thus he can be called a key figure of Austrian art life in the beginning of the 20th century


On the following pages you can find information to life and work of the artist Carl Moll. Widder Fine Arts in Vienna specializes on Austrian art from the 20th century and gladly advises you an all questions regarding Carl Moll. If you own a painting and you want to sell it do not hesitate to contact us. You can reach us by phone at 01/512 45 69 or 0676/629 81 21 or send us an e-mail to office@kunsthandelwidder.com.

We kindly invite you to visit us in our gallery in Vienna and we are looking forward to hearing from you!

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