The enfant negative of the Viennese artwork scene, Klimt used to be infamous for his photographs of gorgeous girls. Illustrated with colour reproductions, this guide profiles the ladies who figured within the artist’s existence and on his canvases. The writer appears to be like past the usual assumption that Klimt used to be a hardhearted philanderer, pointing as a substitute to his devoted and loving dating with Emilie Flöge that prevailed in spite of the parade of gorgeous girls who wandered out and in of the artist’s studio. Partsch demonstrates Klimt’s position within the evolution of portrait portray, which helped usher within the age of Expressionism.
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