Guinea Pigs in Historical Art Museum
Norbertine Bresslern-Roth (1891-1978). Norbertine Roth was an Austrian painter and graphic artist. Her artistic talent was recognized early in elementary school by her teacher, who advocated that she be allowed to participate in 1907 at the drawing and painting lessons of the Styrian Provincial Art School under their director free of charge. She is regarded as the most important animal painters of the present day. In particular, the later works, which have less academic rather than artistic character, are considered unequaled. With her linocuts, she created outstanding and progressive prints, with which she was able to position herself in the international art scene during her lifetime.