2000 · New Haven
by Frodl, Gerbert and Tobias G. Natter
New Haven: Yale University Press, 2000. Hardcover. New. Color-illustrated boards with white lettering, matching dust jacket. 256 pp. Color and BW illustrations. Published to accompany an exhibition held at the Österreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna, Austria, Sept. 20, 2000-Jan. 7, 2001. Contents as follows: Gustav Klimt -- painter between the times / Gerbert Frodl -- Fin-de-siecle Vienna and the ambivalence of modernism / Heidemarie Uhl -- The Habsburg State and Gustav Klimt, scenes from a fruitful relationship / Jeroen Van Heerde -- Of sweet young things and femmes fatales. Gustav Klimt and women around 1900. A path to freedom / Regine Schmidt -- Gender asymmetries in Viennese moderninsm / Lisa Fischer -- "Alma, my Alma" -- Gustav Klimt and Alma Schindler / Hansjorg Krug -- Gustav Klimt and women's fashion / Angela Volker. Gustav Klimt and photography / Franz Eder -- Princesses without a history? Gustav Klimt and "the community of all who create and all who enjoy" / Tobias G. Natter -- Gustav Klimt: female portraits / Tobias G. Natter -- Portrait and pose. On the representational image of the "feminine" at the Fin de siecle / Monika Pessler and Thomas Trummer -- Klimts studies for the portrait paintings / Marian Bisanz-Prakken -- Judith / Daniela Hammer-Tugendhat -- The compositional concept of "The Kiss" / Hans Bisanz. The two-fold woman (water-snakes) / Neda Bei -- The three stages of life / Alessandra Comini.
(Inventory #: 170209)