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Martin Kainz

 (1899 - 1982)
Martin Kainz was active/lived in New York.  Martin Kainz is known for landscape, still-life, portrait, graphic.

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Birth / Death:  1899 Herbertshausen, Germany - 1982 Carmel, New York

Methods for Martin Kainz

Easel Painting
Graphic Arts, Graphic Design, Printmaking

Media for Martin Kainz

Block Print
Etching, Etcher
Lithography, Lithograph
Woodblock, Woodcut, Wood Engraving

Styles for Martin Kainz

Subjects for Martin Kainz

Animals, Mammals
Genre, Human Activity
Landscape
Portraits
Still Life

Art Association for Martin Kainz

Salons of America

Schools for Martin Kainz

Munich Academy of Fine Arts, Royal Academy, Student

Chronology for Martin Kainz

Early 20th Century Before 1950
Late 20th Century After 1950

Added Description for Martin Kainz

Genre Specialty

Notable Gallery Representation, Pre 21st Century  for Martin Kainz

Weyhe Gallery, New York City

Exhibition of Art Association for Martin Kainz

Salons of America-


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