Pictures of
Gustav Klimt

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Artists portrait of Gustav Klimt

Gustav Klimt

  • Born: 14. July 1862 in Baumgarten
The art of Gustav Klimt is characterized by the spirit of the fin de siècle of a feudal-bourgeois society, striving for the greater pleasures in life. This included the lascivious and the erotic, which artists hoped to find in that which was beautiful. His fame was primarily built on his reputation as the greatest painter of erotic art towards the close of the 19th century, although he was also known as an excellent landscape painter. Born on July 19th, 1862 in Baumgarten near Vienna, he enrolled at the School of Arts and Crafts, Fine Art and Industry in Vienna in 1876. Ten years later he began working on large murals for the Vienna Burgtheater. As a popular and much sought after Salon painter, he took over the leadership of the Viennese Secession, whose artists influenced the development of Art Nouveau. In the field of consumer design, Klimt also had a strong influence on the Viennese workshops, founded by Josef Hoffmann and Koloman Moser. His spacious style, in which figurative components combined with ornamental elements to produce cunning decorative-sensual effects, reached its peak in his widely admired erotic portraits of women. To the artist, the world appeared in a "feminine shape".
To our knowledge the art works on this page were created in the years from 1895 to 1917.
Gustav Klimt uses for the pictures shown here mostly the technique: oil on canvas.
The pictures are predominantly assigned to the art direction Art Nouveau.
Gustav Klimt was mainly concerned with the following motives: Landscapes.
The art works of the artist are dominated by the colors brown, orange and green.
5 works of the artist Gustav Klimt can be found here: Osterreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna, Austria.