Alfred Junge Oil On Board Snowy River 1922



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Alfred Junge Oil On Board Snowy River 1922. Fabulous oil on board painted by this famous Oscar winning Director in 1922. Confidently painted showing a river in Winter time it’s a super painting by a unique and talented man. Framed in a mid century frame.

57 cm c 48 cm

Alfred Junge was a German-born production designer who spent a large part of his career working in the British film industry. Junge had wanted to be an artist from childhood. Dabbling in theatre in his teenage years, he joined the Görlitz Stadttheater at eighteen and was involved in all areas of production. Wikipedia

Born: 29 January 1886, Görlitz, Germany

Died: 16 July 1964, London

Spouse: Elsbeth Gebhardt (m. 1918–1964)

Productions designed: Black Narcissus, A Matter of Life and Death, The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp, more

Arts directed: I Know Where I'm Going!, Moulin Rouge, Contraband, Piccadilly, Variety, Ivanhoe, Citadel, more

Awards: Academy Award for Best Production Design, Art Directors Guild Hall of Fame



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