Gustav Klimt

14.7.1862 – 6.2.1918
born in Baumgarten bei Wien, Austria died in Wien, Austria

Painter, representative of Viennese Art Nouveau, 1897-1905 first president of the Vienna Secession

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  • Gustav Klimt, 1913

    Courtesy: Wien Museum, Grafik- und Fotosammlung Originator: Anton Josef Trčka
    1913

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  • Gustav Klimt: Philosophy (Faculty painting)

    The painting by Gustav Klimt (first exhibited in the Vienna Secession in 1900) is one of four "Faculty paintings" commissioned by the University of...

    Courtesy: Archive of the University of Vienna, picture archive Originator: Gustav Klimt (Foto: Franz Pflügl, 2007)
    1900
  • Gustav Klimt: Medicine (Faculty painting)

    The painting by Gustav Klimt is one of four "Faculty paintings" commissioned by the University of Vienna to decorate the ceiling of the Great Hall...

    Courtesy: Archive of the University of Vienna, picture archive Originator: Gustav Klimt (Foto: Franz Pflügl, 2007)
    1901
  • Gustav Klimt: Jurisprudence (Faculty painting)

    The painting by Gustav Klimt is one of four "Faculty paintings" commissioned by the University of Vienna to decorate the ceiling of the Great Hall...

    Courtesy: Archive of the University of Vienna, picture archive Originator: Gustav Klimt (Foto: Franz Pflügl, 2007)
    1903