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What does OK stand for?

OK stands for Oskar Kokoschka (painter's signature)

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Drawings by Oskar Kokoschka can be found at the stand of Vienna's Galerie Ruberl, while Beck & Eggeling continues the current interest in the ZERO movement by showing works by one of the group's founders, Heinz Mack.
Works by Austrian expressionist Oskar Kokoschka, German Danish painter and printmaker Emil Nolde and German artists George Grosz and Max Beckmann, among others, are also on view.
Klimt, the co-founder of the turn-of-the-century Secession movement and one of Austria's key modern artists alongside Egon Schiele and Oskar Kokoschka, was the second of seven children born to a gold engraver and his wife in Baumgarten, near Vienna.
Seuss (Theodore Seuss Geisel), 1904 Oskar Kokoschka, Ito Jakuchu, 1716 1886 8 WEDNESDAY 9 THURSDAY David Smith, 1906 15 WEDNESDAY 16 THURSDAY Emilio Cruz, 1938 22 WEDNESDAY 23 THURSDAY Anthonie van Dyck, 1599 Randolph Caldecott, 1846 Juan Gris, 1887 29 WEDNESDAY 30 THURSDAY Vincent van Gogh, 1853 Francisco Jose de Goya, 1746 3 FRIDAY 4 SATURDAY Melissa Miller, Kano Tanyu, 1602 1951 10 FRIDAY 11 SATURDAY 17 FRIDAY 18 SATURDAY St.
Oskar Kokoschka chose to paint his picture of the Thames from high above the river because, in that way, he could show more of the scene than if he had chosen to be closer to the ground.