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  • Festoon

    Bedroom? Mother and Child (detail from The Three Ages of Woman), c.1905 Posters by Gustav Klimt -

  • Gillian Victoria

    mother and child, close up, from a painting by Gustav Klimt.

  • Honey Green

    Mother and Child (detail from The Three Ages of Woman), c.1905 by Gustav Klimt (1862 - 1918). Art print from I have this on my wall. HG

  • Rebecca Kempf

    Gustav Klimt one of my favorite artists, though my favorite is "The Kiss"

  • Nick F

    Gustav Klimt mother and child - I didn't know the one I bought for L for Mothers Day was edited. Everything from the nipple down was cut off the print. Hmm.

  • Natalie Rush

    beautiful mother and child painting...details from the three ages of women by Gustav Klimt (my favorite artist). I think I need a print of this in my house!!!!! It would go great with my kiss print.

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Картина: Portrait of Helene Klimt Художник исполнитель: Густав Климт Дата завершения картины: 1898 Стиль картины: Символизм

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my japan serie, mother with a sleepy son, とても眠い ( very sleepy), large watercolor postcard

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When we do not flow freely with life in the present moment, it usually means we are holding on to a past moment. It can be regret, sadness, hurt, fear or guilt, blame, anger, resentment, & sometimes even the desire for revenge. These states come from a space of unforgiveness, & refusal to let go and come into the present moment. Love is always the answer to healing of any sort & the pathway to love is forgiveness. Forgiveness dissolves resentment. - Louise L. Hay (Print by kmberggren on Etsy)