1. workman:

    Klimt’s studio with the last paintings he was working on. Vienna.

    (Source: ttender)

  2. Gustav Klimt (Austrian, 1862-1918)

    Upper portion of two lovers   1908

    Giclee print on canvas

  3. fourteenth:

    Reclining Woman, Seen from Behind, 1916–17, Gustav Klimt. Graphite. Albertina, Vienna.

    (via alongtimealone)

  4. bartleby-company:

    Gustav Klimt and Emilie Flöge’s niece, Gertrude, at Villa Paulick on the Attersee, 1912.

    (Source: less-ismore, via lushlight)

  5. chagalov:

    Gustav Klimt, Vienna 1917 -by Moriz Nähr

    [The well known photograph by Moriz Nähr shows Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) at age 55, one year before his death, and is hence the last portrait of the painter. (Cat. com.)]  - thanks to billyjane for this link.

    via westlicht

  8. mappedbywhatsurroundedthem:

    Water Serpents II / 1904-1907 / Gustav Klimt

    (via peacekarmalove-deactivated20110)

  9. anneyhall:

    Emilie Flöge + Gustav Klimt

  11. nickdrake:

    The Girl-Friends

    Klimt was so attached to women, and to painting pictures of women, that he did not hesitate to depict women’s love;

  12. nickdrake:

    the kiss