Felice Rix-Ueno studied at the Vienna Kunstgewerbeschule (School of Applied Art) from 1913–17 under Josef Hoffmann, Oskar Strnad, Adele von Stark, and Rosalia Rothansl. She designed across various media for the Wiener Werkstätte including textiles, ceramics, glass, wood, beadwork, and fashion accessories. Rix-Ueno contributed to numerous exhibitions during her time working for the firm, including the Vienna Modeausstellung (Fashion Exhibition) of 1915, Vienna Kunstschau (Art Show) of 1920, the Paris International Exposition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts of 1925, the Hague exhibition of 1927–1928, and Das Leben einer Dame (The Life of a Woman) exhibition of 1916. She was a member of the... more.

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