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Secession XIV, Beethoven

Secession XIV, Beethoven Alfred Roller (Austrian, born Moravia (now Czech Republic). 1864–1935) Alfred Roller (1864-1935), Secession XIV (Beethoven). Poster. Color lithograph, 230 x 80 cm. Gift of Joseph H. Heil, by exchange. 148.2010. The Museum of Modern Art, New York.

Alfred Roller (1864-1935) was a painter and designer. For the Beethoven exhibition Roller designed this very tall poster with a near life-size drawing of a bowed woman symbolically presenting an orb of light. The text is in bold, condensed lettering which features in Roller’s other graphic designs of this period.

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Title

Secession XIV, Beethoven

Description

Alfred Roller (1864-1935), Secession XIV (Beethoven). Poster. Color lithograph, 230 x 80 cm. Gift of Joseph H. Heil, by exchange. 148.2010. The Museum of Modern Art, New York.

Alfred Roller (1864-1935) was a painter and designer. For the Beethoven exhibition Roller designed this very tall poster with a near life-size drawing of a bowed woman symbolically presenting an orb of light. The text is in bold, condensed lettering which features in Roller’s other graphic designs of this period.

Creator

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

Date

1902-04-01/1902-06-30

Contributor

The Museum of Modern Art, New York.

Rights

Gift of Joseph H. Heil, by exchange.

Format

Poster. Color lithograph, 230 x 80 cm.

Type

Poster

Identifier

148.2010

Citation

Alfred Roller (Austrian, born Moravia (now Czech Republic). 1864–1935), “Secession XIV, Beethoven ,” This Kiss to the Whole World: Klimt and the Vienna Secession, accessed March 29, 2017, http://secession.nyarc.org/omeka/items/show/6.