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Tina Blau - vendere e comprare opere

15 November 1845, Vienna (Austria) - 31 October 1916, Vienna (Austria)

Tina Blau-Lang is one of Austria’s most important female landscape painters. She was a Stimmungsimpressionist (‘mood impressionist’), a style for which she became renowned and which she helped to define. Although a pupil of Emil Jakob Schindler, her own influence on his work cannot be denied, with Blau even surpassing her teacher in terms of spontaneity and modernity.

Blau was Jewish, and her family supported her interest and desire to paint. She was given lessons by various teachers, including Emil Jakob Schindler.
In 1883 she converted to Protestantism and married the horse and battle painter Heinrich Lang. She settled with him in Munich, returning to Vienna in 1891 after his death and several trips to Italy and the Netherlands.
In Vienna, her activities included founding the Kunstschule für Frauen und Mädchen, an art school for women and girls, with Rosa Mayreder.

Together with Emil Jakob Schindler, Carl Moll, Theodor von Hörmann, Hugo Darnaut, Marie Egner and Olga Wisinger-Florian, Blau worked in the Austrian mood impressionist style, mostly painting landscapes and still-lifes. Her works have been exhibited in Germany, Paris and Chicago. The Wiener Künstlerhaus organised a major commemorative exhibition in 1917. 100 years later, in 2017, the Österreichische Galerie at the Belvedere organised its own exhibition of her works as part of the Masterpieces in Focus series, which Dorotheum co-sponsors. An online catalogue raisonné of her works was published at the same time.

Works by Tina Blau regularly sell for top prices at auction at Dorotheum.