Like in many other works of Hans Böhler (1884–1961) a female figure, inconspicuously integrated in the scenery like a plant, can be made out in his 1925 Landscape in Baden. The pathway in the center of the picture is modeled by the artist in the same cotton-candy-like rosy pink as the clouds, with thickly laid-on color. Devoid of outlines, intense complementary colors in a geometric array shape up into a landscape, which could represent almost any hilly countryside. The real-life model here was Baden near Vienna, where Böhler’s family had a summer house. He enjoyed the peace and quiet there to paint.