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Gustav Klimt

Austria (Baumgarten 1862 -  Vienna 1918 ) Wikipedia® : Gustav Klimt
KLIMT Gustav Reclining Female Nude With Her Hands Behind Her Head

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Nov 28, 2018
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Gustav Klimt - An Abstract Landscape With Surrealist Tree

Gustav Klimt - An Abstract Landscape With Surrealist Tree

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Lot number: 64
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Austrian Tempera & Oil Signed Gustav Klimt Tempera and oil on paper. Featuring an abstract landscape with surrealist tree. Austrian Symbolist Art Nouveau School, signed Gustav Klimt on the lower left corner. Verso inscribed G.U.9 L with stamp. 28.8 x 20.9 cm (11.3 x 8.2 inches). PROVENANCE: Private estate (Toronto, Canada). Gustav Klimt (Austrian, 1862-1918) is best known for his opulently gilded art nouveau portraits of women that epitomize fin-de-siecle 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 generously by the Viennese community, and received several commissions for murals in theaters and the Museum Kunsthistorisches. Early narrative paintings depicted heavy subjects such as anxiety, doubt, sexuality, and death, but in later years, he turned toward landscape painting, exploring light and abstract patterns of nature. His most famous paintings are The Kiss (1907) and Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer (1907), which sold for a record auction price of more than 100 million dollars in 2006.
Gustav Klimt - Children\’s Studies

Gustav Klimt - Children\’s Studies

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Gustav Klimt (Vienna 1862-1918) Children\’s studies, c. 1883, 1 sheet, on both sides studies, one side with the stamp: \‘Nachlass Gustav Klimt Sammlung R. Zimpel\’, pencil on paper, sight area 26.5 x 20.5 cm, framed (the sheet could not be taken out of the frame) Dr. Bisanz-Prakken examined this study in the original and confirmed it as an authentic work by Gustav Klimt. Compare: Alice Strobl, Gustav Klimt, Die Zeichnungen, vol. 1, Verlag der Galerie Welz, 1980, p. 381 Provenance: Collection of Rudolf Zimpel (1898-1984), Vienna; Private Collection, Austria; im Kinsky, Vienna, 22 June 2004, lot 101; Private Collection, Vienna Specialist: Mag. Elke Königseder
Gustav Klimt - 25 Zeichnungen Ausgewählt Und Bearbeitet Von Alice Strobl

Gustav Klimt - 25 Zeichnungen Ausgewählt Und Bearbeitet Von Alice Strobl

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Klimt, Gustav 1862 Baumgarten bei Wien - 1918 Wien Gustav Klimt - 25 Zeichnungen Ausgewählt und bearbeitet von Alice Strobl. Mappe mit 25 Faksimiledrucken nach Zeichnungen auf Velin Mappenformat: 58 x 42 cm (Hrsg.) Walter Koschatzky, Veröffentlichungen der Albertina I, Wien 1964. Lose Bogen in Orig.-Passepartouts mit beiliegendem Heft (14 S.). In schwarzer Orig.-Leinenmappe, in Orig.-HLn.-Schuber. Vollständig. Dabei: Weiterer Faksimiledruck in Rot. Klimt, Gustav 25 drawings A folder with 25 facsimile prints on vellum. Folder format: 58 x 42 cm Published by Walter Koschatzky, publications of Albertina I, Vienna 1964. Loose sheets in original passe-partouts with attached booklet (14 pages). In original black linen folder, in original half-linen slipcase. Complete. Including: an additional facsimile print in red.
Gustav Klimt - Lying Nude With Baby (recto)

Gustav Klimt - Lying Nude With Baby (recto)

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Gustav Klimt (Wien 1862 - 1918 Wien) Lying nude with baby (recto), standing nude leaning forward (verso), 1908/09 blue coloured pencil on paper; 37 x 56 cm estate stamp on the lower left collection stamp on the lower left and on the reverse: Rud. Staechelin'sche Familienstiftung, Nr. 238 Provenance from the estate of the artist; collection Rudolf Staechelin, Basel (collection stamp); Galerie Würthle, Vienna; Hassfurther Vienna, 25th anniversary auction, 27 May 2004, no. 11; private property, Austria Exhibitions 1978 Vienna, Galerie Würthle, Gustav Klimt. Zeichnungen, no. 37; 1986 Vienna, Galerie Würthle, Klimt, Ensor, Schiele, 25 April - 07. June, no. 18 Literature Alice Strobl, Gustav Klimt. Die Zeichnungen 1904 - 1912, vol. II, Salzburg 1982, cat.-no. 1895, ill. p. 215 (verso) and cat.-no. 1960, ill. p. 235 (recto); Rainer Metzger, Gustav Klimt, Das graphische Werk, Brandstätter Verlag, Vienna 2005, ill. p. 256/257
Gustav Klimt - Reclining Female Nude With Her Hands Behind Her Head

Gustav Klimt - Reclining Female Nude With Her Hands Behind Her Head

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Lot number: 104
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Gustav Klimt (Vienna 1862–1918) Reclining female nude with her hands behind her head, 1905/06, study for the painting \“Wasserschlangen II\” (Novotny-Dobai no. 140/Weidinger 173), stamp: \“Gustav Klimt Nachlass\”, pencil on paper, 35x55.3cm, framed This drawing will be included in the catalogue raisonné Gustav Klimt, The drawings, by Dr. Marian Bisanz-Prakken, Albertina Vienna. Compare: Alice Strobl, Gustav Klimt, Die Zeichnungen 1904–1912, vol. II, Verlag Galerie Welz, 1982, p. 1982, no. 1501 Provenance: Private Collection, Vienna

LA BIOGRAFIA DI Gustav Klimt

Gustav KLIMT nacque il 14 luglio 1862 a Baumgarten, un sobborgo di Vienna.
Figlio di Ernst Klimt, un orafo incisore, e di Anna Fiuster, una viennese di modeste condizioni sociali, nel 1876 si iscrisse alla scuola di arti e mestieri del museo austriaco per l'arte e l'industria, dove fino al 1883, anno in cui concluse il ciclo di studi, fu impegnato ad eseguire opere decorative; uno dei suoi insegnanti era F.
Laufberger, annoverato, dai critici contemporanei, nella ristretta elite d’artisti fondatori della “pittura decorativa moderna viennese”.Klimt iniziò la sua carriera come artista ufficiale, realizzando decorazioni pittoriche di diversi edifici pubblici e divenendo, ben presto, l’erede di Hans Makart (1840-1884).
La decorazione per l’aula magna dell’Università di Vienna, avente per tema la filosofia, la medicina e la giurisprudenza, eseguita da Klimt tra il 1900 e il 1903, provocò aspre critiche da parte delle autorità viennesi, che gli contestarono il contenuto erotico e l’inedita impostazione compositiva dei dipinti.Nel frattempo Klimt aveva compiuto numerosi viaggi in Europa: a Parigi il suo talento era stato acclamato e la “Medicina” gli aveva fatto conferire la “Mèdaille d’honneur” dell’Esposizione Mondiale parigina; nel 1904, a Dresda, aveva partecipato alla Mostra Internazionale d’Arte.
A Berlino, nel 1905 durante la seconda esposizione dell’”Unione degli Artisti tedeschi”, rifiutò il premio “Villa Romana” che gli era stato offerto.
L’Italia destò il suo entusiasmo d’artista, nel 1903 visitò Ravenna ove s’interessò dei mosaici, nel 1908, all’Esposizione Internazionale di Roma, il suo quadro intitolato “Le tre età della vita” riscosse notevole successo; nel 1911 conquistò il primo premio alla Mostra Internazionale di Roma.Il Ministero rifiutò a Klimt l’incarico di professore, ma L’Accademia delle Arti di Vienna gli conferì, nel 1917, il titolo di membro onorario, nello stesso anno divenne anche membro onorario dell’Accademia delle Belle Arti di Monaco.
Un anno dopo, nel 1918, morì improvvisamente, all’età di cinquantacinque anni, a causa di un colpo apoplettico.

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