Harta, Felix Albrecht
Harta, Felix Albrecht, b. Budapest (Hungary), July 2, 1884, d. Salzburg, Nov. 27, 1967, painter. Studied at the Munich Academy and at the Academy Vitty in Paris; artistically close to Kokoschka, E. Schiele and A. P. Gütersloh. In 1919 founded the artists´ society called "Der Wassermann" in Salzburg. 1939-1950 lived in exile in England, later returned to Salzburg. His early works are marked by Expressionism whereas his later works show some post-Impressionist tendencies.
Literature: Die uns verließen, exhibition catalogue, Österreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna 1980; F. A. H., exhibition catalogue, Galerie 16, Vienna 1994.