"November" (1902) by Koloman Moser (Austrian, 868 – 1918) . Wiener Werkstätte

"November" (1902) by Koloman Moser (Austrian, 868 – 1918) . Wiener Werkstätte

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Poster for the thirteenth Vienna Secession exhibition. By Koloman Moser in 1902.

Poster for the thirteenth Vienna Secession exhibition. By Koloman Moser in 1902.

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Secession poster, 1899, by Koloman Moser (Austrian, 1868–1918). Moser is associated with the Viennese Secession movement, and was co-founder of the Wiener Werkstatte

Secession poster, 1899, by Koloman Moser (Austrian, 1868–1918). Moser is associated with the Viennese Secession movement, and was co-founder of the Wiener Werkstatte

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Personal monograms of various designers from the Vienna Secession, 1902. Including: Gustav Klimt (second from R on top), Koloman Moser (second from bottom on L), Emil Orlik (second from bottom on R).

Personal monograms of various designers from the Vienna Secession, 1902. Including: Gustav Klimt (second from R on top), Koloman Moser (second from bottom on L), Emil Orlik (second from bottom on R).

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Koloman Moser, Allegorie Ver Sacrum, Skizze zur Illustration in Ver Sacrum 101 1898, S.1

Koloman Moser, Allegorie Ver Sacrum, Skizze zur Illustration in Ver Sacrum 101 1898, S.1

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patternprints journal: KOLOMAN MOSER'S TASTEFUL DECORATIONS AND PATTERNS

patternprints journal: KOLOMAN MOSER'S TASTEFUL DECORATIONS AND PATTERNS

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Ex Libris by Koloman Moser

Ex Libris by Koloman Moser

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Koloman Moser. Fromme Kalender. 1898.

Koloman Moser. Fromme Kalender. 1898.

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Koloman Moser. Fabric design for Backhausen, watercolor on paper, 22 x 31 cm. Austria, 1899. Art Nouveau.

Koloman Moser. Fabric design for Backhausen, watercolor on paper, 22 x 31 cm. Austria, 1899. Art Nouveau.

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Koloman Moser, pattern Flächenmuster, from the magazine Ver Sacrum, 1899. Early op or pop art. Via University of Heidelberg      Thanks to design-is-fine

Koloman Moser, pattern Flächenmuster, from the magazine Ver Sacrum, 1899. Early op or pop art. Via University of Heidelberg Thanks to design-is-fine

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