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Sphinx
Sphinx
Sphinx
Stuck, Franz von,
1863–1928,
German artist.

“Sphinx”, 1904.

Oil on canvas, 83 × 156.5 cm.

Darmstadt, Hessisches Landesmuseum.
Sin
Sin
Sin
Sin
Phryne
Pygmalion
Salome
Salome Dancing
Innocence
Tilla Durieux as Circe
Tilla Durieux as Circe
Franz and Mary Stuck in the Studio
Mary von Stuck in a Red Armchair
Spring
Spring
Amazone and Centaur
Wounded Amazone
Judith and Holofernes
Lucifer
The Kiss of the Sphinx
The Boy Bacchus on a Panther
The Love Swing
Two Rivals
The Fight Over A Woman
Athena
Poster for the International Munich Secession Exhibition 18
Amor Imperator
Hymn to Spring
The Three Goddesses Athena, Hera and Aphrodite
Helen
Adam and Eve
Paradise Lost
The Guardians of Paradise
Narcissus
Spring
Dissonance
Centaur and Nymph
Fauns Fighting
The Reaper
Faun and Mermaid
Canzonetta d’amore
Die Schaukel
Women Bathing
Children Sledging
Danzarina
Bildnis einer Dame
Portrait of a Lady
Portrait of Mrs Feez
Mary as a Greek Woman
Mary as a Greek Woman
Daughter Mary as a Greek Woman
Daughter of the Artist with Cornflowers in her Hair
Mary with a Red Hat
Portrait of Richard Wagner
Portrait of Ernst Ludwig von Hessen
Hercules and Nessus
Allegory of Painting
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February 2018: 155 Years Since the Birth of Franz von Stuck
23rd February 2018, 155 years since the birth of
Franz Stuck (23rd February 1863 – 30th August 1928).

Franz von Stuck was a renowned Symbolist painter, sculptor, architect and designer, and co-founder of the Munich Secession, who was praised by critics as one of the most versatile and ingenious of contemporary German artists.

August 2018: 90 years since the death of Franz von Stuck.