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Klimt - Die Musik XL statue (1895)

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About Die Musik XL statue

The XL die Musik sculpture is and 3D adaptation of a part of Gustav Klimt "painting The Beethoven frieze which was originally an ephemeral frieze especially made for The Sezession exhibition of 1902. Fortunately, the frieze wasn't destroyed and remains in place in Vienna (Austria). The statue features a humble woman figure holding and playing kithara. It is part of the right panel of the huge Beethoven frieze. This mystical and appealing part of the Beethoven frieze we name die Musik is now live as a statue adaptation. The package includes artist and artwork description card in several languages.

  • Material: Hand-painted resin
  • High-end collectible finish (matte and glossy contrasts and bright colors)
  • Size 10 3/8 in. x 3.5 in. x 2 in.
  • Weight: 2.5 lbs.
  • Care Instructions: Dust cloth
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    Gustav Klimt was a controversial Austrian symbolist painter during his time. Klimt’s main subject in his work was the female body and the beauty of femininity. Art community heavily criticized his art for being too sensual and erotic. Today, they’ve proven to be some of the most memorable paintings ever to emerge from the Vienna Secession movement. He furthered and advocated for the Art Nouveau movement (also known as Jugendstil in Germany). Eventually, he remains one of the most talented decorative painters of the 20th century. Klimt’s “Golden Phase” is quite possibly his most widely recognized period of art. This period emerged following positive reactions to his work and some financial success. The Golden Phase period included a large variety of paintings created with gold leaf in their production. Many of his works during this time, were very popular due to, in part, this utilization of gold with paint. While Klimt never saw much merit or fame from his work during his life, he has reached immortality in death and has greatly influenced the art community after his passing. Musart is proud to showcase the work of such a genius pioneer, who was incredibly important to the ongoing conversation of the art community as a whole.


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