Hildegard Huber was a daughter of the architect Huber, and Countess Deym, née Josephine Brunsvik , was among her maternal ancestors . She grew up in Sarajevo. Huber chose the stage name Jone based on the Attic Ionians . From 1908 she attended the Vienna Art School for Women and Girls and became a private student of the sculptor Josef Humplik , whom she married in 1921. Both moved from Vienna to Purkersdorf in 1934.
Jones's Christian-Catholic-oriented poetry, which was influenced by the ideas of the philosopher Ferdinand Ebner from 1928 onwards , became known to a broader audience through settings by Anton Webern (op. 23, 25, 26, 29, 31).
- Ring, my consciousness! , Vienna: Verlag des Ver !, 1918 (Das neue Gedicht 6).
- Man in the dark , in: Der Brenner 11 (spring 1927), pp. 101–156.
- Via inviae. In memory of Ferdinand Ebner , in: Der Brenner 13 (autumn 1932), pp. 60–74.
- Blessed eyes , Freiburg: Herder, 1938 (witnesses of the word).
- Anima. Poems of the Year of God , Vienna: Herder 1948.
- Do on your heart , Vienna: Herder, 1948/49.
- Anton Webern , letters to Hildegard Jone and Josef Humplik , ed. by Josef Polnauer, Vienna: Universal Edition, 1959.
- Thomas Reinecke, Hildegard Jone (1891–1963). Investigations into life, work and publication contexts , Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1999 (European University Theses Series I, German Language and Literature, Vol. 1731).
- Hildegard Jone , in: Hans Heinz Hahnl : Forgotten writers. Fifty Austrian life stories . Vienna: Österreichischer Bundesverlag, 1984, ISBN 3-215-05461-2 , pp. 171–174
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Huber, Hildegard (maiden name); Humplik, Hildegard (married name)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Austrian poet and artist|
|DATE OF BIRTH||June 1, 1891|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Sarajevo|
|DATE OF DEATH||August 28, 1963|
|Place of death||Purkersdorf near Vienna|