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Gustav Klimt
(1862-1918)


Allegory and fantasy characterize the art of Gustav Klimt. His beautiful rendered images often portray women as metaphors for elegance, erotism and love. Gustav Klimt was an Austrian "Art Nouveau" painter and the founder of the school of painting known as the Vienna Secession. Klimt's early work was rather realistic in nature. Much of the paintings he did prior to 1898 were large murals commissioned by theaters. Later in his life, Klimt began to paint in a much more innovative and imaginative way until eventually his creations were very decorative and quite symbolic - meaning that many of the images in his work had hidden meaning. His most well-known work is "The Kiss".

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Zippy-453 Large Expandable Tote w/ 4 Zippers in "Silhouette" by Gustav Klimt Norma-453 Dome Satchel in "Silhouette" by Gustav Klimt Barb-463 Casual Ankle Bootie in "Water Serpents II" by Gustav Klimt
Maria-463 High Heel Pump/Metal Toe Rand in "Water Serpents II" by Gustav Klimt Joan-3 Pump w/ Solid Cap Toe in "Woman and Child" by Gustav Klimt Marla-463 Pointed Flat w/ Metal Toe Rand in "Water Serpents II" by Gustav Klimt
Marla-453 Pointed Flat w/ Metal Toe Rand in "Silhouette" by Gustav Klimt Katee-453 Ballet Flat w/ Solid Cap Toe in "Silhouette" by Gustav Klimt Jolie-43 Golf and Walking Shoe in "Woman and Child" by Gustav Klimt
"Silhouette" Shoulder Flap Bag by Gustav Klimt Peggy-463 Lace Up Flat in "Water Serpents II" by Gustav Klimt Xena-453 Small Wallet Bag in "Silhouette" by Gustav Klimt
Maisy-453 Elastic Wedge Sandal in "Silhouette" by Gustav Klimt Dodi-463 Driving Moccasin in "Water Serpents II" by Gustav Klimt Brad-453 Golf and Walking Shoe in "Silhouette" by Gustav Klimt
   
 
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