Arnold Schönberg’s train ticket for the Vienna-Mödling line

Österreichische Südbahn-Gesellschaft1920

Arnold Schönberg Center

Arnold Schönberg Center
Vienna, Austria

In February 1918, Schönberg moved into an apartment at Bernhardgasse 6 in Mödling, a village near Vienna, where he dwelled until some months after the death of his wife Mathilde (October 1923). The decisive reason for moving to Mödling was the rent, lower than in Vienna. Very shortly after Schönberg, Anton Webern joined the neighborhood at Neusiedler Straße 58.


  • Title: Arnold Schönberg’s train ticket for the Vienna-Mödling line
  • Creator: Österreichische Südbahn-Gesellschaft
  • Date Created: 1920
  • Location Created: Wien, Österreich
  • Physical Dimensions: w11.4 x h7.4 cm
  • Provenance: Arnold Schoenberg, Los Angeles; Gertrud Schoenberg, Los Angeles; Nuria Schoenberg Nono, Venezia, Lawrence and Ronald Schoenberg, Los Angeles; Arnold Schoenberg Institute, Los Angeles; Arnold Schönberg Center, Vienna
  • Type: Ticket
  • Rights: Arnold Schönberg Center, Vienna
  • External Link: https://www.schoenberg.at

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