conception, design, realisation, art direction
Hardly any other name epitomises life in Vienna at the turn of the
19th to the 20th century like his: Gustav Klimt, a gifted drawer and
sensitive painter of women’s portraits. But beyond that, Klimt’s
exceptional artwork is iconic of the shift to modernism. The dazzling
period of the “merry apocalypse” in Vienna around 1900 was his
epoch – the era in which the old was buried and the new was born.
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