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Roses under the Trees (detail)
c. 1905
Oil on Canvas
Musée d'Orsay, Paris


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Created from the 1890s until the artist's death in 1918, colorful and often poetic landscape paintings represent a relatively little-known aspect of the work of the great Viennese Symbolist Gustav Klimt. This exhibition, the first devoted exclusively to Klimt's landscapes, surveys the development of his style and highlights his favorite subjects, including the orchards, woods, gardens, and villas around the Attersee in western Austria. The exhibition will establish Klimt as a landscapist of exceptional daring who synthesized a range of influences, among them Japanese art, Van Gogh, Austrian landscape traditions, Cezanne, and his unique Viennese modernism, to create something entirely new and radical. Rarely seen landscapes by Klimt from public and private collections in Europe and the United States will be exhibited.






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