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Klimt's Women

Klimt, Gustav; Natter, Tobias G.

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ISBN 10: 0300087969 / ISBN 13: 9780300087963
Published by DuMont; Yale University Press, Cologne; New Haven, 2000
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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Octavo in blue pictorial board in dust jacket of same illustration; illus. (some color); 256 pp., 32 cm. In English. || Contents: Gustav Klimt -- painter between the times / Gerbert Frodl -- Fin-de-siecle Vienna and the ambivalence of modernism / Heidemarie Uhl -- The Habsburg State and Gustav Klimt, scenes from a fruitful relationship / Jeroen Van Heerde -- Of sweet young things and femmes fatales. Gustav Klimt and women around 1900. A path to freedom / Regine Schmidt -- Gender asymmetries in Viennese moderninsm / Lisa Fischer -- "Alma, my Alma" -- Gustav Klimt and Alma Schindler / Hansjorg Krug -- Gustav Klimt and women's fashion / Angela Volker. Gustav Klimt and photography / Franz Eder -- Princesses without a history? Gustav Klimt and "the community of all who create and all who enjoy" / Tobias G. Natter -- Gustav Klimt: female portraits / Tobias G. Natter -- Portrait and pose. On the representational image of the "feminine" at the Fin de siecle / Monika Pessler and Thomas Trummer -- Klimts studies for the portrait paintings / Marian Bisanz-Prakken -- Judith / Daniela Hammer-Tugendhat -- The compositional concept of "The Kiss" / Hans Bisanz. The two-fold woman (water-snakes) / Neda Bei -- The three stages of life / Alessandra Comini. Fine copy in fine dust jacket; DJ is lightly edgeworn but there are no tears; o/w DJ is clean and bright; boards are clean and bright; pages are clean, crisp, bright and free of marks and creases; edges of pages are clean; binding is tight and square. Bookseller Inventory # 85423

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Title: Klimt's Women

Publisher: DuMont; Yale University Press, Cologne; New Haven

Publication Date: 2000

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included

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Viennese artist Gustav Klimt expressed his dedication to the theme of "woman" throughout his life--in his early historical paintings, in allegorical depictions and erotic drawings, and in classic large female portraits. This gorgeously illustrated book offers for the first time a survey of Klimt's approach to the female form and sets his work in the context of fundamental social changes at the turn of the century. Distributed for Dumont, Cologne

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Viennese artist Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) expressed a dedication to the theme of "woman" throughout his life-in his early historical paintings, in allegorical depictions and erotic drawings, and in classic large female portraits. At the turn of the century, Klimt created a completely new type of picture with his sumptuously ornamented female portraits.This gorgeously illustrated book offers for the first time a survey of Klimt's approach to the female form. The volume includes a great number of his works depicting women, and it examines how fundamental changes in the social structure at the turn of the century led to new positions for women on both ideological and cultural levels. The contributors to the book discuss such topics as Vienna's cultural role in 1900, the importance of the affluent bourgeoisie, patronage, and the myth of "Whole Art" (Gesamtkunstwerk). The book also illuminates Klimt's idiosyncratic treatment of the female in relation to her European background and sets his work against various interpretations of this theme in key works by contemporary artists including Ferdinand Hodler, Fernand Khnopff, Oskar Kokoschka, Hans Makart, Edouard Manet, Edvard Munch, and Egon Schiele.This book is the catalogue for an exhibition at Österreichische Galerie in Belvedere from 20 September 2000 to 7 January 2001.

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