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Artist: Gustave Klimt (Austrian 1862-1912)

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Gustave Klimt, Baby Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Baby
Gustave Klimt, The Kiss Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
The Kiss
Gustave Klimt, Portrait of Emile Floge Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Portrait of Emile Floge
Gustave Klimt, Avenue in the Park of Schloss Kammer Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Avenue in the Park of Schloss Kammer
Gustave Klimt, Portrait of Mada Primavesi Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Portrait of Mada Primavesi
Gustave Klimt, Death and Life Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Death and Life
Gustave Klimt, Church at Cassone Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Church at Cassone
Gustave Klimt, Portrait of Baroness Elisabeth Bachofen-Echt Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Portrait of Baroness Elisabeth Bachofen-Echt
Gustave Klimt, The Dancer Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
The Dancer
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Klimt, Gustave
1862-1918

Gustave Klimt Biography Biography

The work of this Austrian painter and illustrator founder of the school of painting known as the Vienna Sezession, embodies the high-keyed erotic, psychological, and aesthetic preoccupations of turn-of-the-century Vienna's dazzling intellectual world.

The primal forces of sexuality, regeneration, love, and death form the dominant themes of Klimt's work. His oil paintings of femmes fatales, such as Judith I (1901; Osterreichische Galerie, Vienna), personify the dark side of sexual attraction. The Kiss (1907-08; Osterreichische Galerie) celebrates the attraction of the sexes; and Hope I (1903; National Gallery, Ottawa) juxtaposes the promise of new life with the destroying force of death.

Klimt's style drew upon an enormous range of sources: classical Greek, Byzantine, Egyptian, and Minoan art; late-medieval painting and the woodcuts of Durer; photography and the symbolist art of Max Klinger; and the work of both Franz von Stuck and Fernand Khnopff. In synthesizing these diverse sources, Klimt's art achieved both individuality and extreme elegance.

Best known painting: The Kiss

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