Gustav Klimt.

Written by Dr. Ilona Sármány-Parsons.
Crown Publishers, New York, 1987. 96 pp., 25 black-and-white and 50 full-color illustrations, 8½x11".

The opulent, highly ornamental work of the founder of the Viennese Secession movement has enjoyed steady popularity in this century and increasing interest recently. A new addition ot Crown's QLP art book series, Gustav Klimt contains quality reproductions of a broad cross-section of the painter's best work. Drawing on over scholarship produced on the artist over the past two decades, Hungarian art historian Sármány-Parsons discusses Klimt's life and work, from his childhood, to the years of his influence in the movement which sought to change the tone and style of Viennese painting and design, to his later fall from critical grace.

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