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    • Rachael Ryerson

      Flower Garden - Gustav Klimt -

    • Arthur Spota

      Medicine - Gustav Klimt, 1901 Destroyed in 1945; no known color photos of the entire piece in its final state exist, which is a fucking tragedy. Read more about the doomed University of Vienna project here.

    • Paola Ouillastre

      University of Vienna Ceiling Paintings (Medicine), final state - Gustav Klimt [oil on canvas, 430x300 - 1907]

    • Cole J

      Medicine, 1899-1907. Public outcry came from all quarters against Klimt's three paintings for the University of Vienna—political, aesthetic and religious. As a result, the paintings were not displayed on the ceiling of the Great Hall. This would be the last public commission accepted by the artist.

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