Gyula Klaber


Gyula  Klaber formatting Julius Jonas ‘Gyula' Klaber (1872-1939) was born in Sopron, Hungary, and lived in Budapest, Vienna and Munich. He was the son of Albert and Elenora Klaber.

Klaber was known for his naturalistic painting style. During his time in Budapest from 1898-1901, he appeared in several prominent exhibitions, and continued actively exhibiting in Munich. He settled in Vienna in 1908.

Klaber was married to Mira Hermann- Klaber. She died in Eisenstadt, Austria in 1930, and Klaber passed away nine years later in an unknown location. Klaber's brother Sigmund perished in 1942 in the Holocaust.

One of Klaber’s paintings is in the collection of the Hungarian National Gallery.

See paintings by Klaber in our collection.