Wolfgang Hutter (born 1928, Vienna, Austria) is a painter, draughtsman,
printmaker and stage designer. Hutter's imagery is characterised by an
artificial paradise of gardens and fantastical fairytale-like scenes.
The son of A. P. von Gutersloh, Hutter
studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna under Professor Robin C.
Andersen and then under his father. Together with Ernst Fuchs, Rudolf
Hausner, Anton Lehmden and Arik Brauer, he is one of the main
representatives and founding members of the Vienna School of Fantastic
Realism. Hutter was awarded the UNESCO Prize at the Venice Biennale in
1954. In 1966, he was appointed a professorship at the Hochschule für
angewandte Kunst in Vienna.
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