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 Max Schallinger  (1902 - 1955)

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Lived/Active: New York / Australia/Austria      Known for: abstract painting, pottery, sculpture

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Max Schallinger was born in Elensee, Austria in 1902. He studied painting and sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. During that time he also studied pottery and became a master potter and member of the potter's guild. He also studied at the Academy at Munich, and for a short tome at the Dessau.

Afterwards, Max Schallinger became teacher and first assistant to Professor Franz Ciseck in the Children's Art School in Vienna. He executed a mural and some sculpture under the direction of Max Reinhardt on the stage set of "The Miracle'. He exhibited in various places in Europe: in 1925, International Exhibit in Paris; in 1927, in the Glass Palace in Munich; and in practically all the cities of Austria. In 1932 he came to America, and made Baltimore, Maryland his home.

His art expression is decidely different. His use of painting and sculptered noses, arms, unique faces, etc. as in "Davy Jones Locker", where color is applied to a three dimensional wooden frieze.

Schallinger's style may best be compared with a certain type of European Expressionism, which flourished in Central Europe in the early years of this century, It is tied to early Medieval sources in manuscripts and wood carvings.

Exhibition venues include Baltimore Museum of Art, October, 1933; California Palace of the Legion of Honor, 1938; Art League of Washington, December,1934; The School of Contemporary Art, May,1945.

He was also an Instructor of Arts at Hood College, Frederick, MD, from 1944 to 1947.

Max Schallinger died in 1955.

Information submitted as a bulletin, February 2005, by A. Rose

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