Checkmate on the Kapitel Square in Salzburg

Salzburg became Maria De Posz’s adopted home, where she artistically implemented many impressions, e. B. the Grünmarkt and the idyllic places in the Ritzerbogen.
A small path in the Aigen district of Salzburg was even named after her, the Maria-De-Posz-Weg. This leads from the Schwarzenberg promenade to Neuhäuslweg and is approx. 400 m long.

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Checkmate on Kapitelplatz in Salzburg, Austria by Maria de Posz

Maria De Posz, a native Hungarian (1921-2000) grew up in the 1950s and was inspired by the artistic atmosphere of the time. During the Second World War, many artists from Europe fled New York into exile, which led to a merging of talent and ideas. Influential Europeans such as Piet Mondrian, Hans Hoffmann and Josef Albers inspired American artists during their stay in N.Y. and influenced the cultural development in the USA over many decades.
Abstract Expressionism prevailed as the main method of painting in the 1950s.
Salzburg became Maria De Posz’s adopted home, where she artistically implemented many impressions, e. B. the Grünmarkt and the idyllic places in the Ritzerbogen.
A small path in the Aigen district of Salzburg was even named after her, the Maria-De-Posz-Weg. This leads from the Schwarzenberg promenade to Neuhäuslweg and is approx. 400 m long.