Adele Bloch Bauer was an art-loving salon Lady from Vienna and a close friend of Gustav Klimt. It is the first of two Klimt paintings of her. It was finished in 1907 and sold in 2006 for 135 million US Dollar, which made it the most expensive painting at the time. It has been on display in the New Gallery in New York ever since. It is one of Gustav Klimt's paintings from his 'Golden Phase' and probably his best. So why don't you add the Klimt Portrait of Adele Bloch Bauer I to your very own gallery?
It took Klimt three years to paint it and reminds the viewer of the Art Nouveau style. Adele Bloch Bauer was the only model who was painted twice by Klimt. The golden color of the painting is striking and the many details explain why it took Klimt so long to finish the masterpiece of art.
Available in various sizes, the Klimt Portrait of Adele Bloch Bauer I is a great decorative item that will give you lots of joy for many years to come.
The construction and assembly of our canvases with a 2cm strong wooden frame is completely done by hand. The aluminum wall hanging brackets are supplied, depending on size the amount of hanging brackets variates.
- Print on high quality canvas, 65% polyester and 35% cotton
- High color intensity, saturation and durable.
- The canvas surface does make the image come to life.
- No glare due to matt surface.
- Frame completely made of 100% spruce.