Austrian symbolist painter Gustav Klimt (1862–1918) expressed in his work a fascination with the liminal worlds that underpin his figures and landscapes. His art echoes different styles and traditions yet he has no obvious predecessors or disciples. Offering a critical reappraisal of Klimt, the author explores the threshold universe depicted in a wide range of works from all phases of his prolific career, complemented with references to his correspondence.
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About the Author
Dani Cavallaro has written widely about literature, cultural theory, and anime. She lives in London.
Table of ContentsTable of Contents
One—The Artist and How He Changed His Times 3
Five—Eastern Influences 141
Appendix I—Klimt’s Works 167
Appendix II—Where to See Some of Klimt’s
Major Works in Public Collections 173