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Gustav Klimt: Adele Bloch-Bauer I (detail) by deflam, via Flickr

Gustav Klimt Klimt's work has never failed to move me. Of course, it's not quite the same on a screen. The power of his work when in its presence is as palpable as any other artist I can think of, up there with Monet, Magritte, Dali, Rousseau, Picasso, Munch and the like.

KLIMT What that man could do with pattern!

Gustav Klimt - Portrait of Helene Klimt (his niece), 1898

Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) - Portrait of Hermine Gallia. Oil on Canvas. Circa 1904. 170.5cm x 96.5cm. The National Gallery. London, England.

Gustav Klimt. The Three Ages of Woman. 1905. Oil on canvas. 180 x 180 cm. Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna, Rome, Italy

Beautiful digital piece. I've seen some people credit this one to Gustav Klimt, but it is actually by Aditya Ikranegara.

Decorative Art. Serena Pulitzer Lederer (1867-1943) Gustav Klimt ( Austrian, Baumgarten 1862-1918 Vienna). Klimt painted this portrait of the wife of Viennese industrialist August Lederer in 1899, two years after founding the Vienna Secession to reform art in the Austrian capital and raise it to a level of international importance. The painting was shown in the tenth Secession exhibition in 1901.

Gustav Klimt: Portrait of Rose von Rosthorn-Friedmann, 1901. Oil painting.

"The Victory" (1899-1902.) Panel 4 of "The Progress of a Soul" (1893-1901) by Phoebe Anna Traquair

Sonya Gustav Klimt: Portrait of Helene Klimt (his niece) - deflam, via Flickr