The World of Gustav Klimt
The life and works of Gustav Klimt in Vienna and the end of the nineteenth century.
An independent chapter showcasing works from The Vienna Secession (also known as the Union of Austrian Artists, where Klimt served as the first president), and the Vienna Workshop artists rediscovering the relationship between themselves and Klimt, is an interesting additional feature which makes this book even more interesting and comprehensive book for an in-depth understanding of Klimt. As a pioneer of modern design, Klimt created numerous editorial designs such as posters and fonts, which have rarely appeared before. This book sheds light on these works through an introduction, commentary, notes and columns, written by Hiroshi Unno, the author and contributor for many of PIE International’s art collection series including the bestseller The World of Mucha. Coinciding with the centennial of Klimt’s death, this book will be the definitive guide to his works for a range of readers.
- Pages：388Pages（Full Color）
- Publisher：PIE International
- ISBN：978-4-7562-5041-4 Ｃ0071
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