(1895 - 1980)
Frederick Jaeger was a gifted Viennese artist, known for his striking portraits and brilliant landscapes, who came to America after Austria's annexation by Hitler's Germany. After initial struggles he became an influential figure in this country's greeting card industry, ending his career as Hallmark's in-house art teacher in Kansas City.
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Three of his paintings are in the permanent collection of the Leopold Museum in Vienna: The Raven, George, Fritz's Son and View from a Window. The first two were shown as part of the museum's 'Vienna 1900' exhibition.
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