Austrian artist Arik Brauer, known for his surreal paintings and murals, has died at the age of 92.
Austrian public broadcaster ORF reported Monday that Brauer died late Sunday surrounded by his family. It gave no cause of death.
Born Erich Brauer in 1929 to a Jewish family that had emigrated from Russia to Vienna, he experienced the rise of the Nazis as a child.
His father died in a concentration camp while Brauer himself survived the Holocaust by going into hiding.
After the war, Brauer studied art and music, dual passions he would pursue throughout his life.
While Brauer's colorful art enjoyed international success, at home he was also widely known for his Austrian-German songwriting.
Like fellow Austrian artists Ernst Fuchs and Friedensreich Hundertwasser, Brauer later tried his hand at architecture, designing what became known as the Brauer House in Vienna, the exterior of a church in the Austrian capital and murals on the Castra shopping mall in the northern city of Haifa.
"Arik Brauer is dead," tweeted Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen.
"Our country has produced few artists like him. Painter, musician, teacher -- his talents and abilities can hardly be appropriately listed."
Funeral arrangements weren't immediately known.