(1896 - 1969)
Fritz (Friedrich) Wilhelm Brandtner was active/lived in Quebec, Manitoba / Canada, Poland. Fritz Brandtner is known for modernist painting, graphics, illustration, murals, teaching.
Friedrich Wilhelm (Fritz) Brandtner was a painter, printmaker, graphic artist, illustrator, muralist, set designer, and educator who was born in Danzig (now Gdansk, Poland). He emigrated to Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada in 1928. In 1934 he moved to Montreal, Quebec where he lived and worked until he died. (1)
His mediums were watercolour, gouache, oil, ink, charcoal, pastel, encaustic, pencil, linocut, carved and painted linoleum and mixed mediums. His subjects are social commentary, urban scenes, landscape ( Gaspé, St. Lawrence, Laurentians and Nova Scotia), seascape, city life, genre, still life, abstract and portraits.
His styles are German Expressionism, Cubism, lyrical abstraction, geometric abstract ... Displaying 750 of 6237 characters.
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About Fritz Brandtner
Born: 1896 - Danzig, (Gdansk) Poland
Died: 1969 - Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Known for: modernist painting, graphics, illustration, murals, teaching