LIGHTEN UP YOUR OWN SPACE:
This 1907 work by Gustav Klimt is the last, and many would say most representative piece from his Golden Phase. This wall decoration has quite a history, having been appropriated by Nazis in World War II, and currently hanging in the NeueGalerie in New York. This is a defining work of the Jugendstil style and was originally painted with oils and gold leaf. As a tapestry home decor, the complex patterns in the golden background stand out dramatically and the face of Frau Bloch-Bauer, wife of a Viennese industrialist and famous patron of the arts, features proudly. Art Nouveau Design.
Made from signare tapestry woven fabrics.
Product size: Approx 86 x 140 cm
Weight: 1 kg
Note: All our wall hangings does not include the wall hanging rod, please order our Signare Tapestry Wall Hanging Rod separately.
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