Elisabeth Karlinsky

Elisabeth Karlinsky

1904   Born in Kasten, Lower Austria
1921   Matriculates at arts and crafts school in Vienna; attends classes taught by Cizek, Larisch, Schufinsky, Löffler, et al.
1925   Participates in international exhibition of arts and crafts in Paris
1926   Wins Lobmeyr Prize for her "kinetic" glass window, which she created under the auspices of Prof. Klaus; first journey to Paris
1928   Substitute teaches for E.G. Klien at the Elisabeth Duncan School in Kiessheim-Salzburg
1928 - 1930   Teaches at the Walden School in New York
1929   Exhibits some of her artworks along with works by her students at the New School for Social Research
1930   Sojourn in Paris
1931   Moves to Copenhagen and marries the poet and painter Hans Scherfig

Picture Description

1. Sketch for a Fountain, ca. 1925, 45,0 x 31,1 cm, pencil and gold paint on paper, initialed


2. "EOS, Schatten, Lichtspiele", ca. 1921,

black chalk.



3. "Frohe Weihnacht", ca. 1926, etching, monogrammed on plate. On hand made paper. 10 to 12.2 cm


4. Glass design III, around 1927. Watercolor and charcoal. 22,5 x 17cm

ELISABETH KARLINSKY, Brunnenentwurf, ca. 1925, 45,0 x 31,1 cm, Bleistift und Goldfarbe auf Papier, monogrammiert

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