But Klimt- and Vienna- are not mere decoration.
JY-DCX029 abstract Klimt mosaic mural.
Klimt bridged the avant-garde and traditional decorative arts.
To see Klimt's most famous works, visit the Belvedere.
Have you ever wondered how Klimt's The Kiss got its brilliant finish?
In this picture, Klimt, as always, did not do without complicated patterns and ornaments.
Surprisingly brilliant work of Gustav Klimt- panel"Beethoven Frieze",
was written for the fourth exhibition of Secession.
Judith II by Gustav Klimt In 1909, Gustav Klimt decided to write
another picture with a beautiful Judith.
The amazingly brilliant work of Gustav Klimt- panel"Beethoven Frieze",
was written for the fourth exhibition of the Secession.
Gustav Klimt's conceptions of life-
like most of his paintings- were always full of excitement, color and movement.
X180 cm The most famous work of Gustav Klimt- the painting"Kiss", written in the"golden" period of his work.
This attribute of female beauty was
portrayed by many famous artists, but only Klimt depicted them in this manner.
Unlike most modern Austrian and German artists, Klimt did not engrave, but acted as a book and magazine illustrator.
The painting“Virgin” refers to the last period of Klimt's work, when the artist began to abandon
his own artsy decorative style.
Judith and the Head of Holofernes by Gustav Klimt Judith is a woman who saved the family of Jews from enemies.
Klimt was their first president,
and their headquarters was a bold statement of Jugendstil(youth style), a simple white building topped with a golden dome.
Gustav Klimt painted Wittgenstein's sister for her wedding portrait, and Johannes
Brahms and Gustav Mahler gave regular concerts in the family's numerous music rooms.
In the Kunsthistorisches Museum, distinctive Klimt figures, nestled between the columns of the grand stairwell,
usher you into one of the world's greatest art collections.
Three age women by Gustav Klimt Cloth, tender,
warm, strange-“Three ages of a woman”, written no less shocking than his paintings, modernist artist Gustav Klimt in 1905.
Three age women by Gustav Klimt Cloth, tender, warm,
strange-“Three ages of a woman”, written no less shocking than his paintings, modernist artist Gustav Klimt in 1905.
By means of impressionistic techniques of pictorial design,
which primarily aim at the significance of the motif behind the surface, Klimt depicts the beauty and vitality of the plants,
which, though thoughtfully arranged, are nevertheless arbitrary and powerful.
There is a version that his love for gilding appeared after his visit to Ravenna, where he was blinded by the beauty of gold, he sank into his soul and gave no peace,
this was the reason that Klimt's paintings are full of his radiance.