Anton Mahringer

(Neuhausen near Stuttgart 1902 – 1974 Villach) got to know Anton Kolig at the Stuttgart Art Academy and came to Carinthia several times in the 1920s, to the Gail Valley, where he lived permanently from 1931 onwards. Travel to Italy, where he always returns and exhibits.

Numerous painting stays and study trips to other countries. Personal exhibitions at Würthle in 1947 and at Welz in 1953. In the Österreichische Galerie Belvedere, a highly respected retrospective took place on the occasion of its 100th birthday.

Mahringer is one of the best landscape painters within the Classical Modern Age in Austria, and as he matured he found more and more a connection to contemporary trends in modern art.

His colorful and almost cubist paintings and watercolors with motifs from Carinthia and the Dolomites region are among the most sought-after pieces on the Austrian art market.

Works by Anton Mahringer:

St. Georgen in winter

1973

Aquarell

45 x 59 cm

signed an dated

WVAM 1388

Schoolhouse in the evening

1959

Oil on canvas

65.5 x 76 cm

signed & dated

WVAM 810

Red trench I

1935

Oil on canvas

71.5 x 64 cm

signed and dated

WVAM 166

Cote d’Azur

1971

Screen printing 61/85

32 x 48.8 cm

signed and titled

WVAM 1287

Kesselwald mit Oisternig

1947

pastel

43 x 55 cm

signed and dated

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