Gustav Klimt Framed Print.
Seated Nude with Long Hair (For Goldfish), 1901, Gustav Klimt in Ornate Frame. Black chalk. The dramatic, curved contours of the model's body and hair evoke Klimt's identification of women with water, a common motif in his work. He made this drawing as a study for a painting, Goldfish, which was contemporaneous with and aesthetically akin to his work on the Beethoven Frieze. Klimt seems to have considered the drawing a work of art in its own right. Not only did he sign it, but he also published a reproduction of the right figure in the Secession periodical Ver Sacrum. The red pencil marks are cropping indications for the photographer. 15 x 15 1/2.
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