One of two (see next item) views of romantic village Dürnstein in Lower Austria was created in 1920s by Franz Kienmayer (1886-1963). The German-Austrian figure and landscape painter Franz Kienmayer was born in Vienna and worked in Vienna, Predlitz, Graz and finally in Leipzig and Baden-Baden. He travelled to Italy and Orient. In 1937 he exhibited at the great German art exhibition in Munich.
Literature: "General Artist´s Lexicon " by H.Vollmer.
Inscription: signed and titled "Dürnstein" lower right.
Technique: watercolour on paper. Original period frame.
Measurements: image w 15" x h 19 1/4" ( 38 x 49 cm), matted and framed w 21 1/4" x h 25 2/3" (54 x 65 cm).
Condition: in very good condition.