Klimt Hope ii – Pretty artwork for home decoration.
This poster can raise the prize of your property.
It Will improve the atmosphere in a room, and make it more positive.
Your attitude will be good every day.
About the painting:
Artist: Gustav Klimt
Name: Hope II
Type: Print on canvas
Quality of the canvas:
Some words about the Hope II painting:
Gustav Klimt, a well-known Austrian painter, was one of the forefathers of the Art Nouveau style. He founded the “Vienna Secession,” an artists’ society comprised of young artists seeking artistic freedom. Secessionists did not limit themselves to a single genre in their works, and there were many of them.
Klimt created the painting “Hope” at the time, which was very unusual, but he later created a duplicate of it, which he called “Hope II.” Both paintings contained similar symbolism that demonstrated the existence of life and death. Unlike the first, the new painting was done in a slightly different style.
Sadness and sadness can be seen on the face of the picture’s heroine. The artist created the girl’s outfit in his own style, which he used in the majority of the paintings he painted during his “golden period.” The image of women’s faces on the stole’s hem represents the heroine’s inner experiences. On this canvas, both life and death coexist. The painting is done in bright and warm colors, but this girl’s soul is gnawing with pain. Klimt masterfully transitions from happy colors to a sad image. The skull on the heroine’s stomach obstructs the path of happiness that leads to her. Looking at this, one wonders whether or not this woman’s child will be born. The artist purposefully included death symbolism in the painting so that no one would forget the harsh reality of the world.
Gustav Klimt’s reputation among critics and society is scandalous. It’s no secret that he has a thing for women. Anyone who has seen all of his paintings will be able to draw such a conclusion, because the majority of his paintings are images of women. Many of the paintings are rife with eroticism. At the time, society held different beliefs, and the subject matter of his paintings sparked a storm of scandals and negative reviews. Despite this, there were true connoisseurs of his work, and he gained enormous popularity, which resulted in many expensive orders.