Hans Adametz

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Hans Adametz (born August 17, 1896 in Vienna , † September 26, 1966 in Graz ) was an Austrian ceramist , sculptor and art teacher.


Adametz attended the ceramic college in Znojmo and studied with Oskar Strnad and Michael Powolny at the Vienna School of Applied Arts . He attended further training courses in the ceramic workshops in Gmunden and on Wienerberg. He worked for Keramos Vienna . The teaching activity in Wiener Neustadt and Mödling was followed in 1922 by an appointment to the higher federal trade school on Ortweinplatz in Graz. He was also a lecturer at the Technical University in Graz .

Adametz was a board member of the Steiermärkischer Kunstverein .


  • around 1928: Ceramic Herald of Spring
  • 1933: Mohr figure
  • 1939: Figure eagle - part of the connection memorial in Oberschützen
  • Ceramic Sitting Woman, The Magician, Lying.

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Austria-Forum personal article on Hans Adametz, accessed on April 14, 2010.
  2. Steiermärkischer Kunstverein-Werkbund .
  3. art-port.cc persons Article to Hans Adametz, accessed on April 14 of 2010.
  4. ^ Mohren-Apotheke Graz Figure Mohr at the Mohrenapotheke Graz, accessed on April 14, 2010.
  5. ^ "The connection - Burgenland 1938" by Norbert Pingitzer, page 157
  6. ^ Sezession Graz Personal article on Hans Adametz, accessed on April 14, 2010.