The Bride by Gustav Klimt.
- The Bride by Gustav Klimt.
Portrait of Emilie Floge, Austrian fashion designer dressed in outfits she designed for her business, Schwestern Floge.. THIS is Gustav Klimt drew many of his design inspirations from.
THE BLUE LANTERN: Two Old Maids And A Widow
Gustav Klimt and Emily Flöge. Klimt is believed to have had sexual liaisons with many of the women whose portraits he painted, as well as with his models (he fathered at least 14 illegitimate children) while remaining in a life-long relationship with fashion designer Emily Flöge.
Gustav Klimt. Fruitgarden with Roses, 1911-12
imt's 'Golden Phase' was marked by positive critical reaction and success. Many of his paintings from this period used gold leaf; the prominent use of gold can first be traced back to Pallas Athene (1898) and Judith I (1901), although the works most popularly associated with this period are the Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I (1907) and The Kiss (1907-1908). Klimt travelled little but trips to Venice and Ravenna, both famous for their beautiful mosaics.
1901 Gustav Klimt
Beethoven Frieze - The Arts 1902 by Gustav Klimt
Beethoven Fries Art Painting by Gustav Klimt
The Vienna Secession poster by Gustav Klimt
Gustav Klimt's cover for an edition of 'Ver Sacrum', 1898. You can download the digitised magazines here (big files) anno.onb.ac.at/...
ÖNB-ANNO - Ver Sacrum
Page from the first edition of 'Ver Sacrum', 1898, the magazine of the Vienna Secessionists. The issue featured the work of Gustav Klimt. You can download the digitised magazines here (big files) anno.onb.ac.at/...
Page from the first edition of 'Ver Sacrum', 1898, the magazine of the Vienna Secessionists. The issue featured the work of Gustav Klimt.