Oscar Wilhelm (Oskar) Luthy
(1882 - 1945)
Oscar Wilhelm (Oskar) Luthy was active/lived in Switzerland, Germany. Oskar Luthy is known for abstract landscape, still life, portrait and religious theme painting.
Biography Oscar Wilhelm (Oskar) Luthy
Oscar Wilhelm Lüthy (Oskar Wilhelm Lüthy) studied architecture at the School of
Applied Arts, Bern, Switzerland, and lived from 1903 to 1907 in the Canton
of Valais. There he made his first attempts at painting, which was the plein
aire method. Then he went temporarily to
Munich for private painting classes with Hans Lietzmann, and came into
contact with religious painting.
In 1911 he founded a modernist organization, The Artist Group, with Jean Arp
and Walter Helbig in Weggis, and with that Group, participated in three exhibitions until
1913, including in 1912 the Kunsthaus
After studying in Italy and Paris, he settled in Zurich.
From 1918 to 1920 he participated in exhibitions
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