Klimt: Up Close and Personal

Paintings - Letters - Insights

24 February 2012 – 27 August 2012

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  • Der österreichische Maler Gustav Klimt. Photographie 1914 von Anton Josef Trčka © © Imagno/Austrian Archives
  • GUSTAV KLIMT, Schönbrunn Landscape, 1916 © Private collection, Graz
  • Gustav Klimt, Avenue in Front of Kammer Castle, 1912 © Österreichische Galerie Belvedere
  • GUSTAV KLIMT, The Large Poplar II (Gathering Storm), 1902/03 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 2008
  • Gustav Klimt, The Golden Knight (Life is a Battle), 1903 © Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art, Nagoya
  • Gustav Klimt mit Malwerkzeug, 1902 © Privatbesitz
  • GUSTAV KLIMT, The Large Poplar I, 1900 © Private Collection, Courtesy Neue Galerie New York
  • Gustav Klimt, On Lake Attersee, 1900 © Leopold Museum, Vienna
  • Gusatv Klimt, Italian Garden Landscape, 1913 © Kunsthaus Zug, Stiftung Sammlung Kamm
  • Moritz Nähr, Gustav Klimt with cat, 1912 © Imagno/Austrian Archives
  • Wiener Werkstätte postcard (no. 69) from Gustav Klimt to Emilie Flöge, 07.07.1908 (postmark), Vienna © Private Collection
  • Postkarte von Gustav Klimt an Emilie Flöge 27.02.1909 © Privatbesitz
  • Gustav Klimt and Emilie Flöge in the garden of Villa Oleander in Kammer on Lake Atersee, 1908. © IMAGNO/Austrian Archives
  • Gustav Klimt, Fakultätsbild Medizin. Ausschnitt mit der Hygieia, um 1907 © Privatbesitz
  • Gustav Klimt, A Morning by the Pond, 1899 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 2007
  • Beach dress of Emilie Flöge, Design: fashion salon »Schwestern Flöge«, c. 1910 © Private collection
  • Letter from Gustav Klimt in Munich to Emilie Flöge in Vienna, 03.06.1897 (postmark) © Private collection
  • Gustav Klimt and the five-years old niece of Emilie Flöge, Gertrude, on the landing stage of Villa Paulick in Seewalchen on Lake Attersee, Eastern 1912 © Private collection
  • GUSTAV KLIMT, Apple Tree I, c. 1912 © Private collection
  • MORITZ NÄHR, Large Antechamber to Gustav Klimt’s studio at Josefstädter Straße 21 with Wiener Werkstätte furnishings and Klimt’s painting »Hope II« with exhibition frame, 1912 © ÖNB/Wien, 214.837 E Pos
  • MORITZ NÄHR, Gustav Klimt im Garten vor seinem Atelier in der Josefstädter Straße, 1912 © MORITZ NÄHR, Gustav Klimt in the garden in front of his studio at Josefstädter Straße, 1912
  • Gustav Klimt | Tod und Leben | 1910/11, umgearbeitet 1915/16 © Leopold Museum, Wien, Inv. 630
  • Der österreichische Maler Gustav Klimt. Photographie 1914 von Anton Josef Trčka © © Imagno/Austrian Archives
    GUSTAV KLIMT, Schönbrunn Landscape, 1916 © Private collection, Graz
    Gustav Klimt, Avenue in Front of Kammer Castle, 1912 © Österreichische Galerie Belvedere
  • GUSTAV KLIMT, The Large Poplar II (Gathering Storm), 1902/03 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 2008
    Gustav Klimt, The Golden Knight (Life is a Battle), 1903 © Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art, Nagoya
    Gustav Klimt mit Malwerkzeug, 1902 © Privatbesitz
  • GUSTAV KLIMT, The Large Poplar I, 1900 © Private Collection, Courtesy Neue Galerie New York
    Gustav Klimt, On Lake Attersee, 1900 © Leopold Museum, Vienna
    Gusatv Klimt, Italian Garden Landscape, 1913 © Kunsthaus Zug, Stiftung Sammlung Kamm
  • Moritz Nähr, Gustav Klimt with cat, 1912 © Imagno/Austrian Archives
    Wiener Werkstätte postcard (no. 69) from Gustav Klimt to Emilie Flöge, 07.07.1908 (postmark), Vienna © Private Collection
    Postkarte von Gustav Klimt an Emilie Flöge 27.02.1909 © Privatbesitz
  • Gustav Klimt and Emilie Flöge in the garden of Villa Oleander in Kammer on Lake Atersee, 1908. © IMAGNO/Austrian Archives
    Gustav Klimt, Fakultätsbild Medizin. Ausschnitt mit der Hygieia, um 1907 © Privatbesitz
    Gustav Klimt, A Morning by the Pond, 1899 © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 2007
  • Beach dress of Emilie Flöge, Design: fashion salon »Schwestern Flöge«, c. 1910 © Private collection
    Letter from Gustav Klimt in Munich to Emilie Flöge in Vienna, 03.06.1897 (postmark) © Private collection
    Gustav Klimt and the five-years old niece of Emilie Flöge, Gertrude, on the landing stage of Villa Paulick in Seewalchen on Lake Attersee, Eastern 1912 © Private collection
  • GUSTAV KLIMT, Apple Tree I, c. 1912 © Private collection
    MORITZ NÄHR, Large Antechamber to Gustav Klimt’s studio at Josefstädter Straße 21 with Wiener Werkstätte furnishings and Klimt’s painting »Hope II« with exhibition frame, 1912 © ÖNB/Wien, 214.837 E Pos
    MORITZ NÄHR, Gustav Klimt im Garten vor seinem Atelier in der Josefstädter Straße, 1912 © MORITZ NÄHR, Gustav Klimt in the garden in front of his studio at Josefstädter Straße, 1912
  • Gustav Klimt | Tod und Leben | 1910/11, umgearbeitet 1915/16 © Leopold Museum, Wien, Inv. 630
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Der österreichische Maler Gustav Klimt. Photographie 1914 von Anton Josef Trčka © © Imagno/Austrian Archives

In celebration of Gustav Klimt’s 150th birthday, the Leopold Museum is dedicating an unusual exhibition to this most ­celebrated Austrian artist. The presentation’s main focus is on chief works from the Leopold Museum’s own rich Klimt collection, supplemented by singular loans from important Austrian and international collections. Klimt’s works are juxtaposed  with remarks made by the artist, who is thus commenting on his own paintings.
A common thread through the presentation is provided by a row of display cabinets winding their way around the exhibition, which contain the approximately 400 written documents sent by Klimt to his life’s companion Emilie Flöge. Complemented by numerous contemporary portrait photographs, the presentation­ succeeds in painting a vivid picture of this ­multifaceted artist’s existence around 1900 between art­scandals and recreations on Lake Attersee. Klimt’s special retreat was his studio, which, together with the artist’s private collection that was kept there, has been specially reconstructed for the exhibition.

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