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This lavish volume, available again after some years out of print, is the definitive presentation of the best of Klimt's exotic, ornate paintings, his dramatic and spontaneous sketches, and of the extraordinary milieu which fostered his gift. The author, who knew Klimt in his last years and is a noted Klimt scholar, uses original sources and a wealth of personal photographs to place Klimt in the context of the society which he both shocked and delighted.
Gustav Klimt: From Drawing to Painting
The Klimt brothers and the Floge family; Gustav Klimt and Emperor Franz Joseph I; the foundation of the Secession 1897; the university paintings 1894-1907 - art, scandal and literary controversy; Gustav Klimt as illustrator - the journal "Ver Sacrum"; Gustav Klimt and Hermann Bahr; Gustav Klimt and Max Klinger, 1902; the 14th Secession exhibition and Gustav Klimts "Beethoven" frieze, 1902; Auguste Rodin's visit to Vienna, 1902; Gustav Klimt and Ferdinand Hodler, 1904; Gustav Klimt and Peter Altenberg; Gustav Klimt and Josef Hoffmann; Gustav Klimt, Fritz Waerndorfer and the Primavesi family; the Stoclet frieze, 1905-1911; the withdrawal of the Klimt group from the Secession and the Kunstschau exhibitions in 1908 and 1909; Gustav Klimt as the sponsor of young talent; Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele; Gustav Klimt and Sonja Knips; Gustav Klimt and the Lederer family; Gustav Klimt's collectors - Karl Wittgenstein, the Zuckerkandl family, the Bohler brothers and the Bloch-Bauers; Gustav Klimt and the art dealers; Gustav Klimt and Emilie Floge; Gustav Klimt, Alma Mahler-Werfel and Carl Moll; Gustav Klimt and his professional models; Gustav Klimt and Maria Zimmermann; Gustav Klimt's son Gustav Ucicky.