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|Born||January 21, 1891
|Died||1945 (aged 53-54)
|Notable work(s)||Lied in der Dämmerung (Song in the Twilight)|
Franz Sedlacek (1891–1945) was an Austrian painter who belonged to the tradition known as "New Objectivity" ("neue Sachlichkeit"), an artistic movement similar to Magical Realism. At the end of the Second World War he "disappeared" as a soldier of the Wehrmacht somewhere in Poland.
Franz Sedlacek was born in Breslau on 21 January 1891, and moved with his family to Linz in 1897. In 1909 he graduated from the Royal High School at the Fadingerstraße. A year later, he moved to Vienna and studied architecture and chemistry. After serving in World War I, he completed his studies and in 1921 began working at the Technical Museum of Vienna.
In 1923, Sedlacek married Maria Albrecht. The couple raised two daughters.
- spiegel.de (German)
- Galerie im Kinsky, Vienna 2010
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