Ferdinand Kitt studied painting from 1907-14 at the Wien (Vienna) Academy of Fine Arts. He worked primarily in the areas of portrait, genre and landscape painting and as a design draftsman for tapestries and sgraffito, using a style that has been described as moderate Expressionism. In World War II his studio in Wien was completely destroyed. His son, Ferdinand Kitt, Jr., became a well-known architect in Austria, while his daughter Adelheid was a well-known art historian.
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