Tina Regina-Leopoldine Blau
(1845 - 1916)
Tina Regina-Leopoldine Blau was active/lived in Austria, Germany. Tina Blau is known for plein-air impressionist landscape painting, still life, teaching.
Biography Tina Regina-Leopoldine Blau
Tina Regina-Leopoldine Blau was the daughter of a Prague dentist
attached to the Austrian army. Tina Blau overcame many obstacles
during her lifetime and was the only Jewish woman artist of her
generation to be professionally recognized.
Her first private art teacher was Antal Hanely, followed in 1860 by
landscape painter August Schaffer and then at the drawing school of
Joseph Aigner in 1865. As a result of her father's financial and
emotional support, Blau made her artistic debut in 1867 at the
Österreichischen Kunstverein (Austrian Art Association) and her work
was generally well-received. While visiting Munich and the First
International Exhibition in 1869, she discovered the paintings of the
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