Gustav Klimt Watercolor Painting - Accompanying Certificate
Gustav Klimt Watercolor on Paper Painting, Signed Gustav Klimt Lower Right.
Done in the Impressionist style associated with Gustav Klimt ... moreGustav Klimt Watercolor on Paper Painting, Signed Gustav Klimt Lower Right.
Done in the Impressionist style associated with Gustav Klimt.
I am the owner of this painting and it came from a Art Gallery, before that it was from a Private collector in Spain 1970. Private Collection Vienna Austria.
A Certificate Accompanies this painting. The Painting is Framed Gustav Klimt (1862-1918). Excellent condition. Estimated Value $25,000 - $125,000
Dimensions: 15 1/8 x 12 1/8" Frame Dimensions: 20"x22"
(I HAVE HAD OFFERS UP TO $22,000 FOR THIS PAINTING.)
2018 marks the centennial since the death of four of Vienna's greatest artists. Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, Otto Wagner and Koloman Moser were key influencers of Viennese modernism and have left a lasting imprint on the city's history and aesthetics.
Klimt, Wagner and Moser were among the founders of the Vienna Secession, where they produced and promoted artworks which were classed as Art Nouveau. Schiele often exhibited his Expressionist works in the Secession and was the subject of an exhibition in 1918. Josef Hoffman and Moser then co-founded the Wiener Werkstätte (Eng. 'Vienna Workshops') which focused on modernism and the applied arts.
Artist biography: Gustav Klimt was a renowned painter as well as a founder of the Vienna Secession movement. In 1833, Klimt finalized his training at the Vienna School of Decorative Arts, where he studied as an architectural painter. Klimt opened his own studio after graduation that was specifically designed for crafting murals. His early work closely resembled late 19th century academic painting and was influenced by the famous painter Hans Makart. Over half a century after receiving his education, Klimt helped create the school of painting known as the Vienna Secession. His style had evolved to favor the ornate and decorative, closely resembling Art Nouveau. The mission of the Vienna Secession was to embrace this new stylized form while also encouraging a variety of artists and expressions. Naturalists, Realists, and Symbolists were all welcome. Klimt became president of the school and soon after painted three heavily symbolic murals for the ceiling of the University of Vienna auditorium known as Philosophy, Medicine, and Jurisprudence. However, the paintings were criticized and rejected for their blatant sexualized themes. His most successful works include The Kiss (1907-1908) as well as a portrait series of trendy Viennese matrons like the Frau Fritza Riedler (1906) and Frau Adele Block-Bauer (1907). Klimt's mature style is characterized by concise linear drawings, detailed patterns of gold leaf and color, and a lack of shadow in the human figure. The artist did not often travel outside of Vienna. His trips to Venice and Ravenna helped promote his gold technique and extensive Byzantine imagery since the areas were also famous for unique mosaics. In 1911, Klimt received first prize in the world exhibitions in Rome for his painting Death and Life. Klimt died in 1918 after suffering a sudden stroke in Vienna, which left many of his paintings unfinished. His individual artworks have been sold for some of the highest prices recorded. Klimt's Landhaus am Attersee was sold for US$28 million in 2003. The portrait Adele Block-Bauer sold at US$150 million.
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- 12ʺW × 1ʺD × 15ʺH
- Early 20th Century
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- Gold Leaf
- Very Good Condition, Vintage / Antique / Used, Original Condition Unaltered, No Imperfections
- Condition Notes
- little nick on the side of the frame due to age. The painting itself remains in very good condition and ... morelittle nick on the side of the frame due to age. The painting itself remains in very good condition and is protected by a enclosed glass frame. less
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