Tag Archives: Gustav Klimt

Paul Cézanne, Bathers (Les Grandes Baigneuses

National Gallery March Day One visit

Upon a recent visit to the National Gallery in London, I was in awe of the paintings on the walls and with the horde of people passing through, one could understand why it is one of the most visited galleries in London and an absolute must for visitors to the English capital.

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Gustav Klimt

Gustav Klimt – Symbolist painter

Gustav Klimt was born in 1876 in a city of Vienna called Baumgarten, today it is divided into two parts. Gustav Klimt was an important painter of symbolisms and a member of the painters union called Art nouveau group. Gustav was also widely known because he founded the movement of the Vienna Secession, in which modernist artists wanted to end academic standard paint and revolutionize painting. Read more

Beethoven Frieze

Gustav Klimt and the hymn to joy: the Beethoven Frieze

For Gustav Klimt , medicine, philosophy and law could not assure anyone who introduced a satisfactory and happy life into these disciplines and only art could save people, so they are so frequent among the artists of the Secession , The works developed jointly and for that reason it was intended that the XIV exhibition of the group was, precisely, a joint work of art, besides an experience for the senses. Read more