Theodore 'Ted' Kautzky

Hungary / Usa / 1896 - 1953
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Ted Kautzky was an architect, watercolorist, teacher and author of books on painting techniques. Trained as an architect at the Royal University in Hungary, he emigrated to New York in 1923, where he was employed as an architect for the New York City Parks Department. Later, he taught art at the Pratt Institute, New York University, the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Toronto. Kautzky favored the watercolor medium and mastered the ability to use it to render light, reflections, color and texture. He spent over a decade on Cape Ann, in Massachusetts, where he painted the harbors, coastlines and villages of the surrounding areas. He was a member of the Rockport Art Association, the National Academy of Design, the North Shore Arts Association and the American Watercolor Society. He also traveled through northern New England, including Vermont and New Hampshire. (http://www.antiquescollaborative.com/items/1088873/Ted-Kautzky-watercolor-painting-Broadway-New-York)



Born in Hungary, Ted Kautzky became a noted watercolorist of landscapes and marine scenes. He emigrated to the United States and his watercolors became widely known through exhibitions and his books on watercolor painting. (http://www.artmatch4u.com/wpaintKautskyYesterday7.html)



Born in Budapest, Hungary, Theodore Kautsky became a noted watercolorist of landscapes and marine scenes. He received an architectural degree from the Royal University of Hungary.

In 1923, he emigrated to the United States and worked as an architect for the New York City Parks Department. He also taught art at Pratt Institute, New York University, the University of Pennsylvania, and the University of Toronto. His watercolors became widely known through exhibitions and his books on drawing and watercolor painting.
Source: Lyme Art Association, "Artists of Cape Ann" (http://www.askart.com/artist/Ted_Kautzky/65498/Ted_Kautzky.aspx)
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