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Gustav Klimt: Modernism in the Making

by Gustav Klimt, John Bruce Collins (Author)

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Heavily influenced by Symbolism and Art Nouveau, Gustav Klimt developed a controversial and highly personal style that combines decorative pattern with a mysterious and powerful sexuality. This book, reproducing 40 paintings and 90 works on paper, focuses on him within his Viennese milieu, his place within the Symbolist movement and his international influence.… (more)

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Heavily influenced by Symbolism and Art Nouveau, Gustav Klimt developed a controversial and highly personal style that combines decorative pattern with a mysterious and powerful sexuality. This book, reproducing 40 paintings and 90 works on paper, focuses on him within his Viennese milieu, his place within the Symbolist movement and his international influence.

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