The painting "Adèle Bloch-Bauer I" was sold in June 2006 for the record price of 135 million dollars (107 million euro), according to the New York Times. It is an oil on canvas painting measuring 138 × 138 cm. Klimt worked on it for at least three full years (between 1904 and 1907), he made hundreds of sketches and used real gold in them. The work is a collage with elegant Art Nouveau curls, abstract geometry and the eye motif of Egyptian gods. From that busy, Byzantine-like background, the modern face looks confident but somewhat melancholic. Klimt made a second portrait of Adèle, not in gold but in bright, more modern colors.

    Simon Curtis' 2015 film Woman in Gold is based on Maria Altmann's true story of the legal battle to regain family ownership of artworks, including the Portrait of Adèle Bloch-Bauer I.

The painting "Adèle Bloch-Bauer I" was sold in June 2006 for the record price of 135 million dollars (107 million euro), according to the New York Times. It is an oil on canvas painting measuring 138 × 138 cm. Klimt worked on it for at least three full years (between 1904 and 1907), he made hundreds of sketches and used real gold in them. The work is a collage with elegant Art Nouveau curls, abstract geometry and the eye motif of Egyptian gods. From that busy, Byzantine-like background, the modern face looks confident but somewhat melancholic. Klimt made a second portrait of Adèle, not in gold but in bright, more modern colors.

Simon Curtis' 2015 film Woman in Gold is based on Maria Altmann's true story of the legal battle to regain family ownership of artworks, including the Portrait of Adèle Bloch-Bauer I.

Cushion cover "Klimt"

It is considered a masterpiece of his labor-intensive "golden style", which has produced few works. Soon on your bed or sofa in the form of this beautiful pillow. 45 x 45 cm High-quality colors on both sides. With zipper. Washing machine proof.
Cushion cover "Klimt"
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    The painting "Adèle Bloch-Bauer I" was sold in June 2006 for the record price of 135 million dollars (107 million euro), according to the New York Times. It is an oil on canvas painting measuring 138 × 138 cm. Klimt worked on it for at least three full years (between 1904 and 1907), he made hundreds of sketches and used real gold in them. The work is a collage with elegant Art Nouveau curls, abstract geometry and the eye motif of Egyptian gods. From that busy, Byzantine-like background, the modern face looks confident but somewhat melancholic. Klimt made a second portrait of Adèle, not in gold but in bright, more modern colors.

    Simon Curtis' 2015 film Woman in Gold is based on Maria Altmann's true story of the legal battle to regain family ownership of artworks, including the Portrait of Adèle Bloch-Bauer I.

The painting "Adèle Bloch-Bauer I" was sold in June 2006 for the record price of 135 million dollars (107 million euro), according to the New York Times. It is an oil on canvas painting measuring 138 × 138 cm. Klimt worked on it for at least three full years (between 1904 and 1907), he made hundreds of sketches and used real gold in them. The work is a collage with elegant Art Nouveau curls, abstract geometry and the eye motif of Egyptian gods. From that busy, Byzantine-like background, the modern face looks confident but somewhat melancholic. Klimt made a second portrait of Adèle, not in gold but in bright, more modern colors.

Simon Curtis' 2015 film Woman in Gold is based on Maria Altmann's true story of the legal battle to regain family ownership of artworks, including the Portrait of Adèle Bloch-Bauer I.

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