Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer -1907 Woman in Gold
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Gustav Klimt’s Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I (1907), currently housed in the Neue Art Gallery in New York, was once the most expensive painting the world, last sold at auction for $135 million dollars.
PARTIAL DRILL CANVAS SIZE
19.7″ x 27.6″ (50cm x 60cm)
DIAMONDS - Square With 48 Colors including 2 ABs and Special Shape Diamonds
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1 - 3 x 3 pink wax
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2 - Rolls Washi tape
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An intricate labor of love, the affection and sumptuous reproduction of the likeness of Klimt’s wealthy client Adele Bloch-Bauer took three years to complete. Painted with Oil, Silver, and Gold on Canvas the painting is as well-known for its scandalous and tumultuous history as for its daring integration of Byzantine mosaic techniques. Before her death, Bloch-Bauer bequeathed the work to the Austrian State Gallery but was immediately appropriated by the Nazi forces during World War II. The surviving husband of Adele, Ferdinand Bloch-Bauer declared the paintings the property of his heirs and heiresses. Nevertheless, the Austrian state held the paintings until their return in 2006 to relatives of the Bloch-Bauers.
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