Oskar Fischinger – Wikipedia

Oskar Wilhelm Fischinger (22 June 1900 – 31 January 1967) was a German-American abstract animator, filmmaker, and painter, notable for creating abstract musical animation many decades before the appearance of computer graphics and music videos.

Oskar Fischinger

The Fischinger Trust . Oskar Fischinger, 1900-1967. Palm Desert California, USA Tel (760)834-8183. This is the official website, and a clearinghouse for information and sources

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Oskar Fischinger’s 117th Birthday – Google

Jun 22, 2017 · Oskar Fischinger’s 117th Birthday. This Doodle’s Reach. This day in history

Google Honors Oskar Fischinger With Interactive Doodle | Time

Video ansehen · Fischinger fled Hitler’s Germany for the U.S. in 1936, when many artists and intellectuals — labeled as degenerates by the Nazi Party — …

Oskar Fischinger’s musical animations come to life in

Jun 22, 2017 · Video ansehen · Today’s Google Doodle honors what would have been the 117th birthday of German-American abstract artist Oskar Fischinger. Fischinger’s musical animations were deemed “degenerate art” in Hitler

Today’s Musical Google Doodle Honors Oskar Fischinger

Fischinger work, ahead of its time and provoking to the extent of prosecution, is inspiring and beautiful. This Doodle is a fantastic and colorful homage, so take some time to create some of your

Who was Oskar Fischinger? Watch his musical animations

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Jun 22, 2017 · Google has honoured Oskar Fischinger, the German-American artist, musician and filmmaker who created incredible works of animated art set to music, with a commemorative Doodle on what would have


CVM’s Oskar Fischinger Research pages – Center for Visual

CVM’s Oskar Fischinger Research pages . New DVD Release December 2017!. Raumlichtkunst. Bibliography. Biography. Filmography. Texts by Fischinger: Film …

Oskar Fischinger: Pioneering animator’s most psychedelic

Video ansehen · The phrase “before their time” has been so overused it has become hackneyed and devoid of meaning but for Oskar Fischinger it remains wholly appropriate.