Klimt - Fulfillment Statue (1909) - X-Large
About Klimt - Fulfillment Statue (1909) - X-Large
The Fulfillment (1905) Sculpture by Gustav Klimt. This artwork originates from the Stocklet Freeze. Adolphe Stocklet commissioned an estate in Brussels for architect Josef Hoffman to design and for Klimt to decorate the dining room with a frieze. His theme was "The New Cycle of Life". The Stocklet Frieze, 1909-11 has a three-part mosaic -- Expectation, Fulfillment and Pattern --which were executed at the Vienna Workshop and utilized the finest and most luxurious materials available including marble, gold leaf, silver and semiprecious stones.
The lovers turn their backs against the world hiding behind the salutary Jugendstil ornamentation in a rigid embrace. These figures form a part of a decorative mosaic design in the dining room frieze of the 'Palais Stocklet' in Brussels.
Parastone, a renown European collectible figurine manufacturer, has masterfully brought to life this legendary immortal painting of the Fulfillmet by Art Nouveau master artist Gustav Klimt, as an intricate 3D statue adaptation in the greatest detail. More details on Klimt - Fulfillment Statue (1909) - X-Large: