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Gustav Klimt

Birch Forest by GUSTAV KLIMT

During a summer trip to Litzlberg in 1903, the Austrian artist Gustav Klimt painted the landscape titled Birch Forest, or Birkenwald. This painting is...

Judith I 1901 by GUSTAV KLIMT

Klimt's Judith I holds the head of General Holofernes casually, almost nonchalantly, after seducing and killing the man to save her home from destruction...

Water Serpents I by GUSTAV KLIMT

Gustav Klimt visited Italy in 1903, a year before he painted Water Serpents I, and was inspired by the early Christian mosaics, which combined...

The Dancer by GUSTAV KLIMT

The Dancer (1916), one of Gustav Klimt's later works, demonstrates elements of Japonism and the strong influence of Matisse that would pervade the artist's...

Water Serpents II by GUSTAV KLIMT

Water Serpents II by Gustav Klimt is an early example of the artist's love of Japonism and the spread of new ideas on the...

Beech Forest Buchenwald I by GUSTAV KLIMT

Along with Apple Tree I (ca1912), Klimt's Beech Forest Buchenwald, a landscape painted ten years earlier on a canvas of identical dimensions, is a...

Lady With Fan by GUSTAV KLIMT

Klimt's Lady with Fan, begun in the final years of World War I, imagines Frida Kahlo's stark and colourful portraits. The Lady with Fan...

Mother and Child by GUSTAV KLIMT

Mother and Child by Gustav Klimt is a masterful representation of the sexual and psychological themes popular in the heady bohemian world of early-twentieth-century...

Apple Tree I by GUSTAV KLIMT

After a tumultuous journey, Klimt's Apple Tree I, a painting both verdant and fraught, fetched $33,056,000 in 2006. In that year, the oil landscape...

The Tree of Life by GUSTAV KLIMT

The Stoclet Frieze's Tree of Life (1909) by Gustav Klimt is a triumph of art nouveau style and substance, uniting Symbolist allegories with Byzantine...

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