Gustav Klimt's unique style combines sensuality, realism, and spirituality to make his work recognizable and among the most popular in the history of art. His primary focus on women has led to the most ethereal portraits and murals ever produced. The text explores Vienna at the turn of the century and Klimt's importance in its society and within the context of the modern art movement. 60 + color illustrations, faithfully reproduced.
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A Taschen look at Gustav Klimt, man and artist.About the Author:
After studying art history in Vienna and Marburg, Gottfried Fliedl accepted a lectureship at the Academy of Applied Art in Vienna, where he taught for 10 years before becoming a lecturer of museology at the Universities of Klagenfurt and Vienna.
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Book Description Knickerbocker Press, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 1577150538
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