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Gustav Klimt - The Kiss, oil and gold leaf on canvas, 1907–1908

Gustav Klimt - The Kiss, oil and gold leaf on canvas, - Love this painting forever

Klimt- The Kiss – juxtaposition of texture and patterns, femininity, bright accents against earthy neutrals

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The Bride (unfinished), 1917 - 1918 - Gustav Klimt

The Kiss, c.1907 (detail) Prints by Gustav Klimt at AllPosters.com

" "The Kiss" by Gustav Klimt captures the essence of passion and loss of self that only lovers experience.

This kiss, as painted by Klimt, looks so tender. Doesn't the woman seem as though she's just melting into the embrace?

like 7 feet tall.the colors were blindingly beautiful.this painting was my introduction to Gustav Klimt.and I fell in love with his work at first sight.

Cartoon for the Frieze of the Villa Stoclet in Brussels: Fulfillment, 1905-1909		 - Gustav Klimt - Golden phase

Cartoon for the Frieze of the Villa Stoclet in Brussels: Fulfillment, 1905 - 1909 - Gustav Klimt

Tannenwald (Pine Forest), 1902 Giclee Print by Gustav Klimt at Art.com Giclee Print12" x 16"$39.9918" x 24"$49.9924" x 32"$69.9930" x 40"$99.99Premium Giclee Print12" x 16"$69.9918" x 24"$79.9924" x 32"$124.9930" x 40"$149.99Stretched Canvas Print11" x 11.5"$99.9916.5" x 17"$149.9922" x 22.5"$179.9927.5" x 28"$259.99

Tannenwald (Pine Forest), 1902

Tannenwald (Pine Forest), 1902 Giclee Print - Gustav Klimt this reminds me of a picture that hung in my grandparents living room for years : )

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⊰ Posing with Posies ⊱ paintings of women and flowers - Portrait Of Eugenia Primavesi, 1913 Gustav Klimt - by style - Art Nouveau (Modern)

University of Vienna Ceiling Paintings (Medicine), detail showing Hygieia - Gustav Klimt

University of Vienna Ceiling Paintings (Medicine), detail showing Hygieia, 1907 by Gustav Klimt, Golden phase.

Gustav Klimt 'The Kiss' detail, between 1907-08 Österreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna

Gustav Klimt 'The Kiss' detail, between Österreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna.I first saw this in Vienna.

"Adele Bloch-Bauer I" (1907, Wien). DETAIL: Paintings inside paintings. Studded with precious metals. Opulent patchwork of ornaments, where Mycenaean gold mingles with Byzantium. Creating the overall impression of a religious idol. This is Klimt’s expression of the decadent, morbid passion for jewelry. However, the triumph of this goddess is also her prison, captured in her precious tapestries, sealed alive inside a wall of gems.

Gustav Klimt 'Adele Bloch-Bauer I', detail**A miracle story, here. Stolen by the Nazis, this painting was recovered by Adele's descendants 50 years later Now hangs in Neue Galerie, New York City.

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