Month: May 2018

Gustav Klimt

Gustav Klimt (July 14, 1862 – February 6, 1918) is an Austrian symbolist painter and active member of the Art Nouveau movement and the Vienna Secession. He is a complete artist: painter of character compositions, allegorical subjects, figures, nudes, portraits, landscapes, draftsman, decorator, painter of tapestry boxes, mosaics, ceramist, lithographer.

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Inspired by Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) – Danaé (1907/1908) – Oil on cardboard – 11,81 x 11,81 inch – SOLD

One morning, Acrisios, king of Argos, feeling desperate because he had no son, goes to Delphi to question the Gods if, by any chance, he could be the father of a male. Unfortunately, the priestess tells him that not only would his wishes not be fulfilled but his only daughter, Danae, would give birth to a son who would later kill him. And the only way to escape from that spell was to kill his own daughter himself.

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Watercolour / Gouache – 5,90 x 7,8 inch – Unique work

I had a wierd and penetrating dream.

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A romantic getaway

Watercolour / Black stone / Gouache – 8,66 x 6,10 inch – Unique work

Pascal is madly in love with his wife Veronique. For their 20 years wedding anniversary, he had a tremendous idea. His children would willingly add “for a change! “. Probably not quite creative but he knows from a reliable source, his mother-in-law, that it’s her life’s dream: Venice! Visit the city before the water has drowned it.

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The old man with a cane

Watercolour / Black stone / Gouache – 6,10 x 8,66 inch – Unique work

For her 40th bithday, Maud, recently divorced, decided to go to Venice with Geraldine, her 7-year-old daughter for a few days.

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