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Secession XVI

Secession XVI Alfred Roller (Austrian, born Moravia (now Czech Republic). 1864–1935) Alfred Roller (1864-1935), Secession XVI, 1902. Poster. Color lithograph, 95 x 32 cm. Gift of Jo Carole and Robert S. Lauder. 149.2010. The Museum of Modern Art, New York.

The word “Secession” is in a short blunt curvilinear hand except for the three “S”s which are extremely elongated and seem to rest on dense block of text, like a woodblock but carved with a slight white line to delineate the letters. Behind the text is a pale red geometrical pattern.

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Title

Secession XVI

Description

Alfred Roller (1864-1935), Secession XVI, 1902. Poster. Color lithograph, 95 x 32 cm. Gift of Jo Carole and Robert S. Lauder. 149.2010. The Museum of Modern Art, New York.

The word “Secession” is in a short blunt curvilinear hand except for the three “S”s which are extremely elongated and seem to rest on dense block of text, like a woodblock but carved with a slight white line to delineate the letters. Behind the text is a pale red geometrical pattern.

Creator

Alfred Roller (Austrian, born Moravia (now Czech Republic). 1864–1935)

Date

1903-01-01/1903-02-28

Contributor

The Museum of Modern Art, New York

Rights

Gift of Jo Carole and Ronald S. Lauder.

Format

Poster. Color lithograph, 95 x 32 cm.

Type

Poster

Identifier

149.2010

Citation

Alfred Roller (Austrian, born Moravia (now Czech Republic). 1864–1935), “Secession XVI,” This Kiss to the Whole World: Klimt and the Vienna Secession, accessed July 22, 2017, http://secession.nyarc.org/items/show/7.