Austrian artist Wenzel Wirkner is primarily known for his impressionistic landscape paintings that often depict picturesque valleys and lakes. His style is fluid and confident with bold gestural marks identifying the key facets of the landscape.
Several of his works are held in public collections including at the Neue Pinakothek, Munich, and in Prague and Vienna.
Born in Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic.
Initially studied in Karlsbad and Prague.
Enrolled at the Royal Academy of Arts, Munich and studied under Otto Seitz and Alois Gabl.
Studied under Johan Caspar Herterich.
Exhibited at the Munich Glass Palace.
Awarded a gold medal.
1910 & 1912
Exhibited with the German-Bohemian Artists' Association.
Died in Passau, Germany.