Comment on Gustav Klimt


The Bride (unfinished), 1917/18

“The first presentation of drawings along with the extant sketchbook and the painting The Bride from the collection of the Klimt Foundation allows visitors to delve directly into the fantasies and visions of this exceptional artist. The painting further affords scope for new interpretations and, through its Expressionist accents, links Gustav Klimt as a pioneer of modernism in Austria with his successors Oskar Kokoschka and Egon Schiele,” according to the exhibition’s curator Sandra Tretter (arthistorynewsreport).

Attachment: lotide.exopla.net.eu.org ↗