Carl Wenzel Zajicek
(1860 - 1923)
Carl Wenzel Zajicek was active/lived in Austria. Carl Zajicek is known for Painting.
Karl Wenzel Zajicek initially trained as a watchmaker. But he had already developed a
passion for painting at a young age and received lessons in
architecture and painting under Ludwig Krenn. In Vienna Zajicek
regularly visited the Kunsthistorisches Museum and the Albertina where
he studied the great masters.
He painted mostly watercolors in which he
chronicled life in Vienna during the reign of Emperor Franz Josef I.
With a circular panorama of Vienna, which he painted after a drawing by
Emil Hütter, Zajicek eventually establish himself as a painter. He
received numerous commissions, also from the imperial court and created
an extensive oeuvre of atmospheric watercolors. (tfa)