FRIEDRICH BECK (1873 – Vienna – 1921) Friedrich Beck was born in Vienna on 17 December 1873. In the first instance, he studied for two years under Hörwarter at Graphische Lehr- und Versuchsanstalt (Vienna School and Research Facility for Graphics). From 1890 on, he studied at the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts under Griepenkerl and Lichtenfels. As a member of the "Jungbund" as well as the "Hagenbund" and the Vienna Künstlerhaus (from 1905 on), he exhibited regularly in the associated salons. He painted mainly impressionist-inspired, atmospheric landscapes in watercolours, oils and pastels. Friedrich Beck died in Vienna on 13 August 1921. Ref.: R. Schmidt, Österreichisches Künstlerlexikon. Von den Anfängen bis zur Gegenwart, vol. 2, Vienna, 1976, p. 135

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