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Beethoven Frieze by Gustav Klimt

Beethoven, The Immortal In A Special META-TRAGETH TIME: Domain of Existential-Non-Existential Struggle

A Klimt portrait of Mäda Primavesi (1912) at the age of 9. Credit Gustav Klimt, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Klimt’s Women, Real and on Canvas

A Klimt portrait of Mäda Primavesi at the age of Credit Gustav Klimt, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Klimt.  This piece is on view at the Getty museum (I think just for another week). If you are a Gustav Klimt fan, or a drawing lover and are near L.A, this is a great show.

Gustav Klimt :: Study for "Lewdness" drawing for the Beethoven frieze, 1902

Gustav Klimt. Portrait of Serena Lederer 1899

Happy Birthday, Gustav Klimt: July 14, 1862- February 6, 1918

Gustav Klimt, Serena Pulitzer Lederer, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Gustav Klimt (1862-1918)

Love the gold lines in her hair. Close up from Water Serpents painting by Gustav Klimt (Austrian Symbolist;

Tannenwald (Pine Forest), 1902 Giclee Print by Gustav Klimt at Art.com Giclee Print12" x 16"$39.9918" x 24"$49.9924" x 32"$69.9930" x 40"$99.99Premium Giclee Print12" x 16"$69.9918" x 24"$79.9924" x 32"$124.9930" x 40"$149.99Stretched Canvas Print11" x 11.5"$99.9916.5" x 17"$149.9922" x 22.5"$179.9927.5" x 28"$259.99

Tannenwald (Pine Forest), 1902

Tannenwald (Pine Forest), 1902 Giclee Print - Gustav Klimt this reminds me of a picture that hung in my grandparents living room for years : )

Gustav Klimt Portrait of Maria Munk (unfinished) 1918

gustavklimt-art: “ Portrait of Maria Munk (unfinished), 1918 Gustav Klimt ”

Gustav Klimt - Drawing

Gustav Klimt drawings are often sketches of women and frequently erotic, rather private, sexually inspired themes.

Gustav Klimt

Gustav Klimt drawing, saw this in the Neue Gallerie among other drawings of his and the amount of photorealism he gets between the pencil and the white heightening is surreal.

Attersee, Gustav Klimt, 1901 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 4148

A “frame filled with lake water” is what one contemporary art critic called Gustav Klimt’s 1901 painting of Lake Attersee. Although several commentators are of the opinion that this lake painting is almost even abstract, it wa