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Photoshop and Klimt, or retouching older women and breasts out of history

Klimt’s iconic painting ‘Three ages of woman’ beautifully empresses both the beauty and horror of motherhood, which is why it serves a project vignette. It was painted in 1905 and bought by the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna in Rome in … Continue reading

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Klimt’s pregnancies

Gustav Klimt is one of the few artists who depicted pregnant women. They are intriguing works, reflecting on the beginning and end of life, the danger of childbirth as well as female and infant mortality. ‘Die Hoffnung’ I and II … Continue reading

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