Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) - Portrait of a young woman

Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) - Portrait of a young woman
Giclée - Estate authorised facsimile signature - 1896/1897

Beautiful art print (giclee) on handmade quality paper with a subdued portrait of a standing young lady with dark hair, after the original of Klimt from 1896/1897. The issue is unknown to me. With a white margin of approximately 5 cm. Signed in plate on the lower right.

Condition: excellent, can be framed immediately.

Registered shipping.

* Gustav Klimt (Baumgarten, now part of Vienna), July 14, 1862 – Vienna, February 6, 1918) was an Austrian symbolist painter, muralist and illustrator. He is the most prominent member of the Vienna Secession, of which he was also president for some time. Characteristic for his later works, which earned him the most fame, is the decorative ornamentalism (in which he often used gold leaf) and the suggestive-erotic symbolism. He mostly gained fame with his portraits of women and allegoric works, but he also painted a large number of landscapes. Klimt's art was born during an artistic flourishing in the Vienna of the belle époque and is often associated with the Jugendstil movement and Art Nouveau. His oeuvre is considered exemplary for the then tension field between conservation and the urge for progress. [Source: Wikipedia]

Lot details
Gustav Klimt (1862-1918)
Title of artwork
Portrait of a young woman
Estate authorised facsimile signature
In very good condition
Sold with frame
Image size
44×30 cm
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