Eugene de Blaas (1843 – 1932), also known as Eugenio de Blaas and Eugene von Blaas was an Austrian painter who lived in Venice.
His teacher was his father Karl von Blaas.
He was in the school known as Academic Classicism.
He depicted scenes which were characteristic of Venice, such as the local fishermen, beautiful women, and gondoliers surrounded by the marvellous architecture. He portrayed the charm and elegance of Venice by focussing on skin, hair, embroidered lace and other soft textures.
He was also interested in religious themes.