Gustav Klimt

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Crescent Books, Aug 16, 1994 - Art - 160 pages
13 Reviews
A critical study of the life and artistry of the celebrated turn-of-the-century Viennese painter captures, in more than 150 illustrations, the provocative, exciting, and decadent world of pre-World War II Europe.

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Review: Gustav Klimt: 1862-1918 (TASCHEN's Basic Art Series #11)

User Review  - Bernie - Goodreads

I loved this book and the illustrations in it. I found it informative and very well written. It delved into his work, life , love and inspirations. After reading it I felt that I knew Gustav a lot ... Read full review

Review: Gustav Klimt: 1862-1918 (TASCHEN's Basic Art Series #11)

User Review  - Vineca Gray - Goodreads

I keep this at arm's length, so indeed it is a 'coffee table' book. A sumptuous visual reminder of the gifted Gustav Klimt. Read full review

Contents

Foreword
THE COMPANY OF ARTISTS
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SECESSION
43
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Frank Whitford is an art historian and author of the award-winning exhibition catalogue Kandinsky: Watercolours and Other Works on Paper.

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