Gustav Klimt was the leading figure of the so-called Vienna Secession, an art movement that rebelled against the established art concepts and introduced a new style similar to Art Nouveau.
Though the Austrian painter often shocked art critics with his unorthodox techniques and some, at the time, very provocative themes, he eventually came to be regarded as one of Europe’s best artists. Today, his works are included in virtually every compilation of all-time best paintings.
Artist: Gustav Klimt, Australian, (1862 -1918)
Title: “Hope, II”
Dates: Hope II painting was painted between 1907 and 1908
1986 Museum of Modern Art, New York, N.Y Print
Measurement: W 28” x H 28”
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