Panoramic landscape with far view of Danube, towers of the famous Baroque monastery in Klosterneuburg (on the left) and the mount Kahlenberg (on the right). This painting was executed by prominent Austrian represantative of Classical Modern Felix Heuberger ( 1888 Vienna - 1968 Hall/Tirol). Felix Heuberger was the son of the Graz composer Richard Heuberger. He studied architecture at the Technical University in Vienna. In the Visual Arts, he was self-taught and worked as a landscape painter and etcher. in 1923, he went to Tyrol, where he painted mainly high mountain landscapes. Several times, he had exhibitions of the Vienna Künstlerhaus, where he was represented in 1919 with two oil paintings in a show. A collective exhibition of his works took place in Innsbruck in 1947. Full biography of the artist read in the Wikipedia (in German): https://de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Felix_Heuberger
Literature: Prof.H.Fuchs, Lexicon of Austrian artists, Vienna, 1975; H.Vollmer "Artsi Lexicon of 20th century"; Rudolf Morawetz: Felix Heuberger alpiner Landschaftsmaler. Bd. 2, Alpenvereinsmuseum Innsbruck.
Inscription: signed lower left (on the edge of the painting), on the back of the cardboard - oil work of of another painter.
Technique: oil on canvas/cardboard. Original period frame.
Measurements: unframed w 22 1/2" x h 18 1/8" (57 x 46 cm), framed w 28 1/3" x h 24" (72 x 61 cm).
Condition: in good condition.