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Vienna 1900: Klimt, Schiele, Moser, Kokoschka

4.44 of 5 stars 4.44  ·  rating details  ·  9 ratings  ·  1 review
Highlighting a decisive moment in the birth of modernity and offering previously unpublished insight into the relationship of Klimt, Schiele, Moser and Kokoschka from 1890 to 1918, this book, with its wealth of stunning images, makes an invaluable contribution to Secessionist scholarship and as such is essential reading for anyone wishing to seek a fresh perspective on a f ...more
Published October 1st 2005 by Lund Humphries Publishers
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Jan 21, 2008 Jonathan rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: painters
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Fantastic look into some of the most influential and short-lived of all figurative artists. Vienna was a place of artistic prosperity in the early 1900's where people began to accept art outside convention. This book has a substantial amount of plates of both Klimt and Schiele which makes this book doubly worth the price.
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