HOMAGE TO GUSTAV KLIMT Unknown Artist Circa Early 20th Century Inlaid Acryllic
Beautifully done homage to Gustav Klimt. 20 3/4 X 8 3/4. Klimt was one of the most important founders of the Vienna Secession in 1897, and served as its initial president, though he was chosen less for his completed oeuvre - relatively small at that point - than his youthful personality and willingness to challenge authority. His forcefulness and international fame as the most famous Art Nouveau painter contributed much to the Secession's early success - but also the movement's swift fall from prominence when he left it in 1905. Although Klimt's art is now widely popular, it was neglected for much of the 20th century.
His works for public spaces provoked a storm of opposition in his own day, facing charges of obscenity due to their erotic content, eventually causing Klimt to withdraw from government commissions altogether. His drawings are no less provocative and give full expression to his considerable sexual appetite. Welcome to Breaking Bad Sports Cards LLC and Colour MySpace Gallery. I conduct breaks on "whatnot" and sell mystery bags, team repacks and hittie snake drafts at my website breakingbadsportscards. Feel free to call my store if your looking for anything in particular.
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- Artist: Gustav Klimt
- Unit of Sale: Single Piece
- Size: Medium
- Signed: No
- Material: Acrylic, Oil
- Item Length: 21 in
- Region of Origin: Vienna, Austria
- Framing: Inlaid Acrylic
- Subject: Art, Famous Paintings/Painters, Floral, Ladies, Love, Psychedelic, Risqué, Women, Vienna, Austria, Hungarian Empire, Art Nouveau, Symbolism, Vienna Sucession
- Type: Painting
- Original/Licensed Reproduction: Original
- Item Height: 9 in
- Style: Art Nouveau, Expressionism, Surrealism
- Features: One of a Kind (OOAK)
- Production Technique: Acrylic Painting
- Culture: Austrian
- Handmade: Yes
- Time Period Produced: Early to Mid 1900's