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1879 - 1901
1901 - 1911
1911 - 1919
1919 - 1938
1938 - 1945
1945 - 1964

 
Gustav Klimt
Alexander Zemlinsky
Gustav Mahler
Walter Gropius
Dr. Paul Kammerer
Oskar Kokoschka
Franz Werfel
Johannes Hollnsteiner

Alma the composer
Kokoschka's Alma portraits

Alma Fetish

The Puppet
Reserl (Chamber Maid)
 
Emil Jakob Schindler, father
Anna von Bergen, mother
Carl Moll, stepfather
Anna Mahler, daughter
Maria Anna Mahler, daughter
Manon Gropius, daughter
Martin Carl Johannes, son
 
Berta Zuckerkandl
Max Burckhard
Bruno Walter
Sigmund Freud
Gerhart Hauptmann
Lili Leiser
Hanns Martin Elster
August Hess
Georg Moenius
  Alma & Venice
Alma & Lisbon
Alma & Los Angeles
Alma & Jerusalem
Alma & New York
 

Anna von Bergen (1857-1938)
singer & Alma´s mother

Alma´s mother came to Vienna from her native city of Hamburg as operetta singer. Her girlish charm and cheerful nature immediately caught the eye of renowned landscape painter Emil Schindler. On 31st August 1879 she bore him their daughter Alma. Outwardly, Almaâs mother was the most faithful of all wives, but when Alma was two years old, she acquired a sister, Grete, who was the child of a syphilitic father and later the victim of euthanasia under the Nazis. After Schindler´s death, Alma´s mother married the young painter Carl Moll, with whom she had been having an affair for a considerable time.

 
Anna von Bergen-Schindler with her daughters Alma and Grete Anna Moll in Venice
Above: Anna von Bergen-Schindler with her daughters Alma and Grete
Left: Anna Moll in Venice