Monday, 31 October 2016

All Hallows Eve in Vienna
Ernst Fuchs Museum at Otto Wagner Villa


Welcome to All Hallows Eve
Ernst Fuchs Museum
Otto Wagner Villa
Hüttelbergstrasse 26
14th District


Big Esther by Artist Ernst Fuchs
is welcoming you, up at the villa


On the lookout for goblins and ghosts
on this All Hallows Eve


Otto Wagner Villa
Off the beaten path, but one of Vienna's finest landmarks -
built by architect Otto Wagner in the years 1886 to 1888


Vienna's Waiting for You
Otto Wagner's Villa is now owned by
Viennese artist Ernst Fuchs who renovated the estate -
Open to the public
Tuesday through Sunday
from 10:00 AM TO 4:00 PM

Photographed the evening of 31 October 2014
Ernst Fuchs Museum at Otto Wagner Villa
Hüttelbergstrasse 26
1140 Wien

Images and Text © by Merisi
Nikon D300s 50mm
Links:
-> Prof. Ernst Fuchs, Vita
-> About Otto Wagner Villa
-> Ernst Fuchs Museum at Otto Wagner Villa
-> Homepage of the Ernst Fuchs Zentrum
-> Landmarks at City Daily Photo

37 comments:

  1. Big Esther looks like someone you wouldn't want to get on the wrong side of. Interesting collection.

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  2. Very lovely colour captures and fascinating subjects and Esther, oh my ;) She is something else!

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  3. How delightful these photos are, Merisi - a very elegant hallowe'en, although not particularly Big Esther's derriere!

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    1. As they say, in the eyes of the beholder! ;-)

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    1. Oh yes! Have followed the link to the homepage?

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  5. I distinctly do NOT recall giving permission for someone to put a statue of me on their front steps! 8-)

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  6. Simply ♥ Esther!
    VLG, ♥nic

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  7. What a fascinating place with so much to photograph. And a wonderful combination of colors. The entrance looks so enchanting with its welcoming golden-lit interior. Looks like Big Esther has changed her color too, from a few years ago (a la your previous post).

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    1. Yes, you are right about Big Esther. During my first years in Vienna, I used to pass by the villa several times a week and very often, I stopped to admire the villa. It changes appearance with the light of day and the seasons, but always magnificent. I had not stopped by for several months, one fine day, Big Esther looked different. I rather liked her previous appearance.

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  8. Big Esther is amazing ...

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  9. Thanks, Merisi for your and Godfrey's showing
    us some highlights of Vienna---we especially
    liked the Cafe you reserved for us.
    Many good wishes,
    Bob and Gayle Coleman

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  10. Simply fabulous, what a beautiful city.

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  11. This is fantastic architecture, colourful, has fun elements /statues etc. and is a "must "place to visit. I will add it on my list!:)

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  12. I like your pictures so much. That villa is beautiful

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  13. I hardly know what to say about Big Esther -- but she reminds me of one of my characters -- Big Lavinia.
    And what a house!

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  14. Love the back view of Big Esther, really nice balanced composition. You certainly know all the interesting places Merisi..

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  15. What wonderful photos, I love the colours. There's the added bonus that Big Esther makes me feel quite trim!

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  16. Big Esther probably generates lots of attention and comments from viewers.

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  17. Beautiful artwork/sculpture and the villa is gorgeous. This is my first visit to your blog. Lovely photography.

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  18. i think i am in love with Big Esther ... she should meet Botero's Adam ... just sayin'

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  19. Sad to read of the death of Ernst Fuchs on 9 November, sad loss of a visionary and colourful artist.

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  20. What a delightful building. Big Esther is superb! I have been to Vienna many times and never visited this villa. Thanks for introducing me to its delights :)

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  21. Oh that staircase! I love the pop of colour.

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  22. Wow, that's some mansion and that's some statue!

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