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Gustav Klimt, La fille en robe longue / The girl with a full-length dress - 1910

Gustav Klimt La fille en robe longue / The girl with a full-length dress - 1910, 2012

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Gustav Klimt, La fille en robe longue / The girl with a full-length dress - 1910
  • Offered by the gallery

    Vincennes - France

  • Authenticity

    Work sold with an invoice from the gallery
    and a certificate of authenticity

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  • Medium

    Print : lithography

  • Themes


  • Support

    Print on Arches paper

  • Type

    Numbered and limited to 40 copies

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    23.2 x 34.3 inch

  • Framing

    Not framed

  • Movement

    The Vienna Secession
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  • About the artwork

    Last exemplar available on sale.

    (1 of the 5 exemplars offered to different collaborators of the project).

    150th anniversary of Gustav Klimt's birth.

    Exceptional Lithograph from an original drawing from 1910
    & for the first time in the world in lithograph.
    Handsigned & numbered edition.
    Lithographic plate in 6 colors.

    From the drawing to its printing, this lithograph has been entirely realized by hand.
    With the same technical and artistic constraints, the same moves are made on the very same period machines.
    Drawn and printing colour by colour on "Marinoni Voirin" lithographic flat press of 1920.

    Title : The Girl with a full-lenght dress.
    Date of the drawing : 1910 (pencil, chalk, red & blue pencil on paper).
    Date of the lithograph : 2012 (150th Anniversary of Gustav Klimt’s birth).
    Publisher : France Art Diffusion
    Origin : Private collection.
    Lithograph in 6 colors n° 4/5
    Paper : Velin d'Arches.
    Signature : Hand-signed & numbered + EC (Collaborator's exemplar) in pencil by the lihtographer.
    Hand-signed in pencil by the publisher & the director of the lithography workshop.
    Personal stamp of the publisher, the lithographer & the lithography workshop. (embossing).
    Condition : Mint Condition.

    Artwork sold in perfect condition


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Gustav Klimt

Born in: 1862 Austria

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Gustav Klimt


Gustav Klimt was an Austrian symbolist painter and one of the most prominent members of the Vienna Secession movement.

Gustav Klimt was born on 14 July 1862 in the suburbs of Vienna, and very soon showed a talent for drawing and painting. He studied at the School of Decorative Arts in Vienna from 1876 to 1883 and, in 1879, began a career as decorative painter with the “Compagnie des Artistes", which he founded with his brother Ernst and their friend Franz Matsch. He mainly produced wall décors for public buildings, which he painted in the great academic tradition.

His love of naturalistic detail and the accuracy of his portraits soon made his reputation as an artist. The main features of his work were a profusion of detail, lavish décors and the use of colour. He was also known for his use of gold in his paintings. His artistic qualities were recognised in 1888, when he was awarded the Gold Cross for artistic merit by Emperor Franz-Joseph 1.

Inspired by Japanese etchings, symbolism and Art nouveau, Klimt gradually moved away from academicism. Advocating a renaissance of the arts against the moral order, he and other artists founded the Vienna “Secession" in 1897. The group had its own exhibition room and illustrated review and recommended circulating Art nouveau in Austria.

This was a very productive period for the painter, who produced a large number of paintings and around 4000 drawings. These included Pallas Athénée (Pallas Athene) which marked his emancipation from official art.

His major work during this period was a commission from Vienna University for three allegorical panels representing Philosophy, Medicine and Jurisprudence. These monumental works caused fierce debate due to their erotic character and the asymmetry in the composition. However, Philosophy was awarded the Gold Medal at the Paris World Fair in 1900.

Having fallen out with a number of artists in the group, Klimt left the Secession in 1905. He refined his style and produced some of his most famous works: Judith I (1901), Danae (1906) and Le Baiser (The Kiss) (1907-1908). The theme of the dominant woman recurs in Klimt's works, along with death and eroticism.

He also painted a few landscapes without people, which gives them a particularly peaceful quality. During the First World War, he no longer accepted public commissions, but produced portraits for private patrons. This work as almost a society portraitist enabled him to further refine his concept of women in painting.

Gustav Klimt died of apoplexy in 1918. He was the model and master for Egon Schiele and Oscar Kokoschka, but was also considered by the “Blaue Reiter" to be the forerunner of lyrical abstraction.

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