OIL ON MASONITE, SIGNED
24 X 30 INCHES
From the late 1920s to the eve of World War II, Anton Vorauer was an art professor at the Vienna Fine Art Academy. While painting at the Parthenon during the Nazi invasion of Greece, he was drafted involuntarily as a translator of Greek for the German Army.
He died in February, 1985, in Greensboro, NC.