Kirchner studied Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. In 1900 he moved to Paris, where he worked as an illustrator, among other things, for the magazine " La Vie Parisienne " and for books. At the beginning of World War I in 1914, he moved to the United States.
He painted many portraits of women and was also an illustrator of picture postcards.
Riquette et son chien
La premiere Voilette
Le Masque impassible