Otto Wagner

NOUN
  1. Austrian architect and pioneer of modern architecture (1841-1918)
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  • We recently covered the application of Jugendstil (sometimes also called Sezession) style motifs to church vestments, but the style's most permanent monuments lie in its architecture, in the work of men such as Otto Wagner and his colleagues and disciples, as well as his sometime collaborator, the decorative artist Koloman Moser. Otto Wagner and His School
  • Another artist worthy of consideration in this same vein is Otto Wagner (1841-1918), whose glass work in the Art Nouveau church of St. Leopold am Steinhof in Vienna has to be amongst some of the most widely known. The Other Modern: Glass of Max Läuger and Otto Wagner
  • I have long been fond of Jugendstil, the style associated with the architect Otto Wagner, and used in a handful of striking ecclesiastical architectural projects (such as the Kirche am Steinhof), but had never seen it applied to liturgical decorative arts, aside from a few altars and interior schemes. Jugendstil
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