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Gustav Klimt

Portrait of Baroness Wittgenstein [Gustav Klimt An Aftermath], 1931

Collotype
19 × 18 in
48.3 × 45.7 cm
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Jason Jacques Gallery
New York
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Plate # 4/30. From Gustav Klimt An Aftermath, Max Eisler, Editor, Vienna, 1931, Austrian State …

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Plate # 4/30. From Gustav Klimt An Aftermath, Max Eisler, Editor, Vienna, 1931, Austrian State Printing Office. 30 color collotypes, 150 copies in English. Of those 20 copies (nos I - XX) were offered as a gala edition bound in gilt leather. According to Eisler, this portfolio was intended to complete Das Werk Gustav …

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Gustav Klimt
Austrian, 1862–1918
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Gustav Klimt is best known for his opulently gilded art nouveau portraits of women that epitomize …

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Gustav Klimt is best known for his opulently gilded art nouveau portraits of women that epitomize fin-de-siècle Vienna. His Symbolist pastiches of pale nudes, allegorical gardens and erotic content served as the basis for many American psychedelic poster designs in the 1960s. Early in his career, Klimt was supported …

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Plate # 4/30. From Gustav Klimt An Aftermath, Max Eisler, Editor, Vienna, 1931, Austrian State …

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Plate # 4/30. From Gustav Klimt An Aftermath, Max Eisler, Editor, Vienna, 1931, Austrian State Printing Office. 30 color collotypes, 150 copies in English. Of those 20 copies (nos I - XX) were offered as a gala edition bound in gilt leather. According to Eisler, this portfolio was intended to complete Das Werk Gustav …

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Gustav Klimt
Austrian, 1862–1918
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Gustav Klimt is best known for his opulently gilded art nouveau portraits of women that epitomize …

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Gustav Klimt is best known for his opulently gilded art nouveau portraits of women that epitomize fin-de-siècle Vienna. His Symbolist pastiches of pale nudes, allegorical gardens and erotic content served as the basis for many American psychedelic poster designs in the 1960s. Early in his career, Klimt was supported …

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Gustav Klimt

Portrait of Baroness Wittgenstein [Gustav Klimt An Aftermath], 1931

Collotype
19 × 18 in
48.3 × 45.7 cm
Contact For Price
location
New York
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