Karin Piepenberg (1891 – 1970)

Piepenberg, Karin (1891 – 1970). Portrait of a Woman (1912)

Karin Pipenberg studied graphics and painting with the famous German graphic artist Bruno Eru in Leipzig. After graduation, Karin went on a trip to Russia and even published a lithograph “Picturesque impressions of a trip to Russia”, which included views of Tallinn, Haapsalu, Paldiski and Keila.
Karin Pipenberg was one of the founders of pre-war art and in fact became the engine of Art Nouveau throughout Europe. Online sale of the artist’s paintings are presented in the Rios Art Gallery.