Albert Paris Gütersloh  

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Albert Paris Gütersloh (born Albert Conrad Kiehtreiber; February 5, 1887 in ViennaMay 16, 1973 in Baden bei Wien) was an Austrian painter and writer.

Gütersloh worked as actor, director, and stage designer before he focused on painting in 1921.

As a teacher of Arik Brauer, Ernst Fuchs, Wolfgang Hutter, Gerhard Gleich and Anton Lehmden he is considered one of the largest influences on the Vienna School of Fantastic Realism.



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