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    Famous Artists and their cats (Gustav Klimt with his cat Katze)

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    Gustav Klimt, Austrian Art Nouveau painter, with cat THE ARTIST

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    Gustav Klimt, Austrian Art Nouveau painter, with cat. Most of them were cat lovers!

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    Gustav Klimt and his cat. 1862 - 1918. Born Baumgarten, Austria. Painter. Symbolism, Art Nouveau. an Austrian symbolist painter and one of the most prominent members of the Vienna Secession movement. Klimt is noted for his paintings, murals, sketches, and other art objects.

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    © Moritz Nähr, 1912, Portrait of Gustav Klimt, Vienna --- Happy 150th birthday Gustav Klimt! You felt so alive in the last weeks and months, especially in Vienna. They seem to accept you now, no worries. Times have changed, and when the money is right, … #gustavklimt #klimt #art #moritznähr #vintage #painter

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