Moriz Jung - Pitbull Terrier 1912
Pitbull Terrier - 8 x 10 Inch Canvas Print
Moriz Jung was born on October 22, 1885 in Nikolsburg (current Mikulov) in the Austro-Hungarian Empire. He studied from 1901 to 1908 at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, with professors Carl Otto Czeschka, Bertold Löffler (en), Felician Myrbach and Alfred Roller.
Through Roller, he collaborated on Ver sacrum (1903) then worked for the Wiener Werkstatte from 1907, producing numerous illustrations (posters, postcards, comics, lithographed prints). He collaborated in the signage and decoration of the Cabaret Fledermaus, notably executing the program booklet and a poster showing his talent as a caricaturist.
He also collaborated in the graphic design of numerous magazines (including Glühlichter), partly under the pseudonyms Nikolaus Burger (an allusion to his hometown) and Simon Mölzlagl.
Mobilized as a soldier, he died on March 11, 1915 on the Carpathian front, at Höhe Maniloowa near Lubné.
and is part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art collection
Please note the wrap on this particular print extends on both sides as shown. The top and bottom edges are grey. If you would prefer them to be a different colour, say black, white or yellow to fit with the other colours in this image then it can be arranged.
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