Works by Hermann Poschinger available in our gallery
From 1908–12 Hermann Poschinger studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna with Christian Griepenkerl, Rudolf Bacher (at the same time as the Carinthian artists Franz Wiegele and Anton Kolig). In 1918 he attended Alois Delug’s “Special School”.
Founding member of the Kunstverein für Kärnten and participated in its first exhibition in 1913. During the First World War, Poschinger was deployed in the Balkans and on the Italian front in the rank of officer. Friend of Switbert Lobisser During the Second World War, Poschinger was employed as a war painter from 1942–45 (Carniola, Friuli, Norway–Lofoten, Finland). Even after the end of the war, Poschinger remained artistically active: