Gustav Klimt Canvas Wall Art

Klimt was born in Baumgarten, near the town of Horní Bludovice, in Bohemia, which is now part of the Czech Republic. He first studied art with his uncle who taught him decorative painting. He had an early interest in drawing and decoration, but he also pursued his studies at the School of Applied Arts in Vienna (1879–1883), where he was influenced by a number of teachers including Friedrich Olbrich and Ludwig von Herterich. Klimt lived with his mother until her death from breast cancer in 1892 and then with his father again until his father died from syphilis .

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Gustav Klimt Canvas Art Print

Klimt’s most famous paintings are The Kiss and The Beethoven Frieze, both of which define his distinctive style.

Gustav Klimt was born in 1862 in Baumgarten, near Vienna, and he died on February 6, 1918. The painting “The Kiss” was one of his most famous paintings.

Gustav Klimt is widely regarded as being a founder of the Vienna, or Secessionist, art movement. He was a co-founder and president of Wiener Akademie in 1898 and, as a professor of painting from 1891 to 1918 at the Viennese Academy of Fine Arts, he exerted considerable influence. His works are characterized by an ornate gold style that would come to be known as his “Golden Style.”

Gustav Klimt (1862–1918) was one of the greatest Austrian symbolist painters of the Art Nouveau era. He had a major role in shaping Austria’s reputation as a cultural centre, as well as initiating and developing one of the most progressive art movements in Vienna.

Gustav Klimt was an Austrian symbolist painter of the Art Nouveau era. The Symbolist movement contributed to the evocation in art of moods or ideas rather than tangible objects, promoting a sense of mystery that can be seen in Klimt’s work. He was born in 1862 and died in 1918.