Gustav Klimt (Austrian, 1862–1918) has been characterized as a radical agent of change who defied artistic convention. A leading member of the Austrian Art Nouveau movement known as the Vienna Secession, he produced works of startling power, symbolism, and eroticism. His large-scale public works were not widely popular, yet he never lacked for respect, awards, and commissions. Portraits of women from Vienna’s social elite would come to dominate his career, but Klimt also produced daring landscapes. Departures from the traditional, these semiabstract scenes reflect the influences of Van Gogh and Japonisme, albeit in his undeniably unique style.
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Twelve monthly grids and full-color artwork
Size: 12 x 13 in.
Opens to 12 x 26 in.
Item SKU: 3260160