25 March - 19 July 2009: Lovis Corinth hailed from East Prussia and trained as an artist in Munich. He was to the forefront of the Berlin Secession founded in 1898, a gathering of like-minded painters founded as an alternative to the more conservative Berlin Art Association. By 1900 his artistic stature was great enough for him to be considered a peer of Max Lieberman, the Secession's first president and most well known artist. 14 of Corinth's paintings are on display in the Upper Belvedere, which houses a magical array of artwork from the Middle Ages to the present day.
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Masterpieces in Focus: Lovis Corinth - A Feast of Painting.
Upper Belvedere, Prinz Eugen-Str. 27, 1030 Vienna Tel: +43 (01) 795570.