In the studio Theresianumgasse 5 ca. 1910. Marble fireplace and club chairs are often used in portraits. Paintings: The epochal Operation, unknown lady portrait, Lady at the Spinet in the making.

Photo ca. 1910

In the new studio Theresianumgasse 11 ca. 1916 (after 1919 also Adams flat). On the relay round painting Hilda Attems, on the floor two lady portraits, in the background the ironic picture "The Amateur".

Photo ca. 1916

Adams in his studio ca. 1916. Over his desk his portrait by Philip de László. Behind the etching of the Joachim-Quartett of his friend Ferdinand Schmutzer (1870-1928). On the wall a trophy of Adams the hunter.

Photo ca. 1916

1916 in the Theresianumgasse 11 studio. Adams in front of his iconic portrait Kitty Schönborn, later Baroness Rothschild, next to it the half-finished portrait of Prince Hohenlohe-Schillingfürst.

Photo ca. 1916

Theresianumgasse 11 before 1930. Marble fireplace (from Theresianumgasse 5) and armchair as important portrait accessories. Portraits: Princes Dietrichstein and Reuss, Emperor Karl, Countess Karoly, Dita Berg, Kaiserjäger head studies.

Photo ca. 1925

Adams in his studi ca. 1929. Paintings (from left): Grandmother and granddaughter Oberländer (partly visible), Prince Dietrichstein, Jenny Gruder, and Baroness Fries-Tersch.

Photo ca. 1929

Adams in a studio in the USA 1931, portraying Charles Adams, secretary of the US Navy.

Photo 1931

Adams in his plein air studio around lake Wolfgang ca. 1911.

Photo ca. 1911