The graphic and artistic talent of Koloman Moser shown at its best in this item designed in 1905.
The Viennese artist and designer uses the bentwood technique to model the 12 beech coat hooks, which are both practical and decorative. An item of great historic value. Available in many different finishes.
Koloman Moser (Vienna 1868 - Vienna 1918), painter, carried out his activity mainly in the field of decorative arts. He was one of the most significant artists in the Viennese secession.
Collaborator of Joseph Maria Olbrich, Josef Hoffmann and Otto Wagner, he was also one of the founders of the Wiener Werkstätte in 1903, creating models for glass, furniture, metal objects, fabrics, carpets, etc.
He designed illustrations for newspapers. After 1907 he devoted himself mainly to painting.