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Das Bildnis Adele Bloch-Bauer I, auch „Goldene Adele“ genannt, ist ein Gemälde von Gustav Kleid, Mantel, Sessel und Bildgrund sind vorwiegend mit Gold belegt. Das enge Kleid zeigt am oberen Abschluss eine Frauen waren in diesen Jahren das zentrale Hauptmotiv in Klimts Œuvre. Aus Klimts „Goldener Periode“. Das Bildnis Adele Bloch-Bauer I, auch „Goldene Adele“ genannt, ist ein Gemälde von Gustav Klimt. Es gilt als eines der bedeutendsten Werke Klimts wie auch des österreichischen Jugendstils insgesamt. Maria Altmann (geb. Februar in Wien, Österreich-Ungarn als Maria Victoria Bloch; Bloch-Bauer I. kam dazu der Spielfilm Die Frau in Gold heraus, in dem Maria Altmann von Helen Mirren dargestellt wurde. Dabei erzielte das Gemälde Adele Bloch-Bauer II, von Klimt im Jahr gemalt, 87, Mio. Die Frau in Gold wurde inspiriert von Stealing Klimt, einem entstandenen, minütigen Dokumentarfilm, sowie von E. Randol Schoenberg, Hubertus. Es ist eine abenteuerliche Geschichte, die ein in der Nazi-Zeit gestohlenes Gemälde von Gustav Klimt schließlich wieder in rechtmäßige.
Es ist eine abenteuerliche Geschichte, die ein in der Nazi-Zeit gestohlenes Gemälde von Gustav Klimt schließlich wieder in rechtmäßige. Die Frau in Gold wurde inspiriert von Stealing Klimt, einem entstandenen, minütigen Dokumentarfilm, sowie von E. Randol Schoenberg, Hubertus. Das goldgefleckte Porträt der Adele Bloch-Bauer, die "Goldene Adele", Bloch-Bauer war die Frau eines jüdischen Zucker-Industriellen.
The government supported their efforts and gave them a lease on public land to erect an exhibition hall. The group's symbol was Pallas Athena , the Greek goddess of just causes, wisdom, and the arts—of whom Klimt painted his radical version in In , Klimt was commissioned to create three paintings to decorate the ceiling of the Great Hall of the University of Vienna.
Not completed until the turn of the century, his three paintings, Philosophy , Medicine , and Jurisprudence were criticized for their radical themes and material, and were called " pornographic ".
As a result, the paintings seen in gallery below were not displayed on the ceiling of the Great Hall. This would be the last public commission accepted by the artist.
All three paintings were destroyed when retreating German forces burned Schloss Immendorf in May His Nuda Veritas defined his bid to further "shake up" the establishment.
To please many is bad. In , Klimt finished the Beethoven Frieze for the Fourteenth Vienna Secessionist exhibition, which was intended to be a celebration of the composer and featured a monumental polychrome sculpture by Max Klinger.
Intended for the exhibition only, the frieze was painted directly on the walls with light materials.
After the exhibition the painting was preserved, although it was not displayed again until During this period Klimt did not confine himself to public commissions.
Beginning in the late s he took annual summer holidays with the Flöge family on the shores of Attersee and painted many of his landscapes there.
These landscapes constitute the only genre aside from figure painting that seriously interested Klimt. In recognition of his intensity, the locals called him Waldschrat "forest demon".
Klimt's Attersee paintings are of sufficient number and quality as to merit separate appreciation. Formally, the landscapes are characterized by the same refinement of design and emphatic patterning as the figural pieces.
Deep space in the Attersee works is flattened so efficiently to a single plane that it is believed that Klimt painted them by using a telescope.
Klimt's 'Golden Phase' was marked by positive critical reaction and financial success. Many of his paintings from this period included gold leaf.
Klimt had previously used gold in his Pallas Athene and Judith I , although the works most popularly associated with this period are the Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I and The Kiss — Klimt traveled little, but trips to Venice and Ravenna , both famous for their beautiful mosaics, most likely inspired his gold technique and his Byzantine imagery.
In , he collaborated with other artists on the lavish Palais Stoclet , the home of a wealthy Belgian industrialist that was one of the grandest monuments of the Art Nouveau age.
Klimt's contributions to the dining room, including both Fulfillment and Expectation , were some of his finest decorative works, and as he publicly stated, "probably the ultimate stage of my development of ornament.
He created a painted portrait of Margarete Wittgenstein, Ludwig Wittgenstein 's sister, on the occasion of her marriage.
His apparent love of costume is expressed in the many photographs of Flöge modeling clothing he had designed.
As he worked and relaxed in his home, Klimt normally wore sandals and a long robe with no undergarments. His simple life was somewhat cloistered, devoted to his art, family, and little else except the Secessionist Movement.
Klimt's fame usually brought patrons to his door and he could afford to be highly selective. His painting method was very deliberate and painstaking at times and he required lengthy sittings by his subjects.
Although very active sexually, he kept his affairs discreet and he avoided personal scandal. Klimt wrote little about his vision or his methods.
He wrote mostly postcards to Flöge and kept no diary. In a rare writing called "Commentary on a non-existent self-portrait", he states "I have never painted a self-portrait.
I am less interested in myself as a subject for a painting than I am in other people, above all women There is nothing special about me.
I am a painter who paints day after day from morning to night Whoever wants to know something about me In Hermann Bahr wrote, in his Speech on Klimt : "Just as only a lover can reveal to a man what life means to him and develop its innermost significance, I feel the same about these paintings.
In his painting Death and Life received first prize in the world exhibitions in Rome. In Anna, his mother, died.
Klimt died three years later in Vienna on February 6, , having suffered a stroke and pneumonia due to the worldwide influenza epidemic of that year.
Numerous paintings by him were left unfinished. Klimt's paintings have brought some of the highest prices recorded for individual works of art.
More frequently than paintings, however, the artist's works on paper can be found on the art market. The art market database Artprice lists 67 auction entries for paintings, but for drawings and watercolors.
On August 7, , Christie's auction house announced it was handling the sale of the remaining four works by Klimt that were recovered by Maria Altmann and her co-heirs after their long legal battle against Austria see Republic of Austria v.
Altmann's fight to regain her family's paintings has been the subject of a number of documentary films, including Adele's Wish. The city of Vienna , Austria had many special exhibitions commemorating the th anniversary of Klimt's birth in Miethke of Gallerie Miethke, Klimt's exclusive gallery in Vienna from to in an edition of , supervised personally by the artist.
The remaining nineteen are high quality halftones prints. Each piece was marked with a unique signet—designed by Klimt—which was impressed into the wove paper in gold metallic ink.
The prints were issued in groups of ten to subscribers, in unbound black paper folders embossed with Klimt's name. Because of the delicate nature of collotype lithography, as well as the necessity for multicolored prints a feat difficult to reproduce with collotypes , and Klimt's own desire for perfection, the series that was published in mid was not completed until The monochrome collotypes as well as the halftone works were printed with a variety of colored inks ranging from sepia to blue and green.
Fünfundzwanzig Handzeichnungen "Twenty-five Drawings" was released the year after Klimt's death. Many of the drawings in the collection were erotic in nature and just as polarizing as his painted works.
While the set was released a year after Klimt's death, some art historians suspect he was involved with production planning due to the meticulous nature of the printing Klimt had overseen the production of the plates for Das Werk Gustav Klimts , making sure each one was to his exact specifications, a level of quality carried through similarly in Fünfundzwanzig Handzeichnungen.
The first ten editions also each contained an original Klimt drawing. Many of the works contained in this volume depict erotic scenes of nude women, some of whom are masturbating alone or are coupled in sapphic embraces.
There was an audience for Klimt's erotic drawings, however, and fifteen of his drawings were selected by Viennese poet Franz Blei for his translation of Hellenistic satirist Lucian 's Dialogues of the Courteseans.
The book, limited to copies, provided Klimt the opportunity to show these more lurid depictions of women and avoided censorship thanks to an audience composed of a small group of mostly male affluent patrons.
The folio contains thirty colored collotypes fourteen of which are multicolored and follows a similar format found in Das Werk Gustav Klimts , replacing the unique Klimt-designed signets with gold-debossed plate numbers.
One hundred and fifty sets were produced in English, with twenty of them Nos. I—XX presented as a "gala edition" bound in gilt leather.
The set contains detailed images from previously released works Hygeia from the University Mural Medicine , ; a section of the third University Mural Jurisprudence , , as well as the unfinished paintings Adam and Eve , Bridal Progress.
Medicine detail — Destroyed Judith and the Head of Holofernes , Österreichische Galerie Belvedere , Vienna.
Portrait of Hermine Gallia , National Gallery, London. Private Collection, Vienna. In , the Albertina museum in Vienna began researching the drawings of Gustav Klimt.
The research project Gustav Klimt. Die Zeichnungen , has since been associated with intensive exhibition and publication activities.
An additional supplementary volume was published in In the following year Alice Strobl transferred her work to the art historian and curator Marian Bisanz-Prakken , who had assisted her since in the determination and classification of the works and who continues the research project to this day.
Since , Marian Bisanz-Prakken has redefined, documented, and scientifically processed around further drawings. This makes the Albertina Vienna the only institution in the world that has been examining and scientifically classifying the artist's works for half a century.
The research project now includes information on over works by Gustav Klimt. Two Female Nudes Standing , c.
Guggenheim Museum. Girl Seated in a Chair , , Solomon R. Auch Maria Altmann musste nach der vor Gericht erstrittenen Rückgabe der Bilder diese verkaufen, denn sie war nicht die einzige Erbin.
Häufig hatte sie es im Privatzimmer ihrer verstorbenen Tante in Wien bewundert. Doch es ging ihr auch noch um etwas anderes. Die Ungerechtigkeit, die ihre Familie ertragen hatte, konnte sie nie vergessen, auch nicht die Ungeheuerlichkeit, mit der die Nationalsozialisten ihrem Vater sein geliebtes Stradivari-Cello weggenommen hatten.
Kurz darauf war er, wie sie später sagen würde, an gebrochenem Herzen gestorben. Und welche Rolle spielten sie für das kulturelle Leben ihrer Zeit?
Unter den Zuhörern waren Menschen, die 65 Jahre nach Kriegsende noch immer nach den eigenen Spuren oder denen ihrer Vorfahren suchten.
Es war ein bewegender, unvergesslicher Moment. Der Maler war bekannt als Womanizer, und ob gerade Adele ihm widerstehen konnte, wissen wir nicht.
Bloch-Bauer, der Zuckerbaron, war noch rechtzeitig ins Schweizer Exil geflüchtet. Unmittelbar nach Kriegsende und kurz vor seinem Tod beauftragte er von Zürich aus einen Wiener Anwalt.
So kam es zu einer nochmaligen Enteignung. Die Behörden in Österreich und Deutschland verhielten sich derart schäbig, dass es noch heute beschämend ist.
Sechs Jahre währte dann der Streit der Nichte mit dem österreichischen Staat.
The couple, who had no children, both changed their surnames to Bloch-Bauer. The couple shared a love of art, and patronised several artists, collecting primarily nineteenth-century Viennese paintings and modern sculpture.
Ferdinand also had a passion for neoclassical porcelain, and by his collection was over pieces and one of the finest in the world.
In Klimt painted Judith and the Head of Holofernes ; the art historian Gottfried Fliedl observes that the painting is "widely known and interpreted as Salome".
In mid Ferdinand Bloch-Bauer commissioned Klimt to paint a portrait of his wife; he wished to give the piece to Adele's parents as an anniversary present that October.
From this comes the resplendence, the stiff decoration of his art". Klimt undertook more extensive preparations for the portrait than any other piece he worked on.
The portrait shows Adele Bloch-Bauer sitting on a golden throne or chair, in front of a golden starry background. Around her neck is the same jewelled choker Klimt included in the Judith painting.
Both the current holder of the portrait—the Neue Galerie New York —and the art historian Elana Shapira describe how the background and gown contain symbols suggestive of erotica , including triangles, eggs, shapes of eyes and almonds.
Many of the critics had negative reactions to the two paintings, describing them as "mosaic-like wall-grotesqueries", "bizarre", "absurdities" and "vulgarities".
In the portrait was exhibited at the Kunstschau in Vienna where critical reaction was mixed. Natter , some critics disapproved of the loss of the sitter's individuality, while others "accused Klimt of endangering the autonomy of art".
After exhibition at the Kunstschau , the portrait was hung at the Bloch-Bauers' Vienna residence. In Ferdinand commissioned a second painting of his wife ,  in which "the erotic charge of the likeness of has been spent", according to Whitford.
On 19 January Adele Bloch-Bauer wrote a will. Ferdinand's brother Gustav, a lawyer by training, helped her frame the document and was named as the executor.
Staats-Gallerie in Wien, die mir gehörende Wiener und Jungfer. In February Adele died of meningitis. He added that Ferdinand had said he would honour the clause, even though he, not Adele, was the legal owner of the paintings.
Ferdinand gave her Adele's jewelled choker as a wedding present. That autumn, following the Munich Agreement , he realised he was not safe and left for Paris.
In September the following year, he moved to neutral Switzerland where he lived in a hotel.
In his absence the Nazi regime falsely accused him of evading taxes of 1. His assets were frozen and, in May , a seizure order was issued that allowed the state to dispose of his property as they felt fit.
His Viennese residence became an office of Deutsche Reichsbahn , the German railway company, while his castle in Czechoslovakia was taken after the German occupation as the personal residence of the SS-Obergruppenführer Reinhard Heydrich.
As part of the process to deal with the purported tax evasion, the Nazi lawyer Friedrich Führer was appointed as the administrator of the estate.
In January he convened a meeting of museum and gallery directors to inspect the works and to give an indication of which they would like to obtain.
A note accompanying the paintings stated he was acting in accordance with Adele's will. In August Ferdinand wrote a final will that revoked all previous ones.
It made no reference to the pictures, which he thought had been lost forever, but it stated that his entire estate was left to his nephew and two nieces—one of whom was Maria Altmann.
In the Austrian state issued an Annulment Act that declared all transactions motivated by Nazi discrimination were void; any Jews who wanted to remove artwork from Austria were forced to give some of their works to Austrian museums in order to obtain an export permit for others.
Using the records produced by Führer, he traced most of the works to the Galerie Belvedere, and Häuser in Unterach , to Führer's own private collection.
The Galerie Belvedere based its claim of retention of the Klimt works on Adele's will. In the Austrian government introduced the Art Restitution Act, [n 8] which looked again at the question of art stolen by the Nazis.
Altmann, then living in the US, hired E. Randol Schoenberg to act on her behalf. Schoenberg was the son of a woman she had been friends with since they lived in Vienna.
The committee turned down the request, again citing Adele's will as the reason they were retaining the works.
The committee's decision recommended that 16 Klimt drawings and 19 pieces of porcelain that had been held by Ferdinand and Adele and which were still at the Galerie Belvedere should be returned, as they fell outside the request of the will.
In March Altmann filed a civil claim against the Austrian government for the return of the paintings. She was informed that the cost of filing consisting of 1.
The Austrian government filed for dismissal, with arguments based on the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act The Act granted immunity to sovereign nations except under certain conditions.
Schoenberg showed that three of the conditions pertinent to the case were that Altmann's property had been taken in violation of international law; the property was owned by the state in question, or one of its agencies; and that the property had been used on a commercial basis in the US.
To avoid returning to the courts in what could have been lengthy litigation process, arbitration in Austria was agreed upon by both parties, although the Austrians had turned down such a move in They stated that five of the six paintings in question should be returned to the Bloch-Bauer estate, as outlined in Ferdinand's will; only the Portrait of Amalie Zuckerkandl was to be retained by the gallery.
After the panel's decision was announced, the Galerie Belvedere ran a series of advertisements that appeared in bus stops and on underground railway platforms.
The posters said "Ciao Adele", advertising the last opportunity before the painting left the country and long queues formed around the block.
Although there were calls from some Austrians for the state to purchase the five paintings, the government stated that the price would be too high to justify the expense.
When Altmann was asked what she wanted to do with the paintings, she stated "I would not want any private person to buy these paintings, It is very meaningful to me that they are seen by anybody who wants to see them, because that would have been the wish of my aunt.
Eileen Kinsella, the editor of ARTnews , considered the high price was due to several factors, particularly the painting's provenance, the increasing demand for Austrian Expressionism , rising prices in the art world and "Lauder's passion for and pursuit of this particular work".
The painting has been on display at the location since. Michael Kimmelman , the chief art critic for the New York Times , was critical of the sale, and wrote that "A story about justice and redemption after the Holocaust has devolved into yet another tale of the crazy, intoxicating art market.
All went to private collections. Altmann died in February , aged From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
For the British film, see Woman in Gold film. For the Blues Pills album, see Lady in Gold album. Detail of Judith I , for which Adele modelled.
Preparatory sketch for the portrait, c. Johnson states that the writer was Karl Kraus , not Pötzl. The painting had been stolen by the Nazis and was one of several such stolen works held by the Leopold.
The two panellists agreed on Rummel, a law professor and an expert on Austrian civil law. On her death she left the painting to the Galerie Belvedere.
Altmann claimed the transfer was through an illegal act by Führer; the Zuckerkandl heirs claimed the printing was donated freely by Ferdinand.
With no clear evidence to show the transfer from Ferdinand had been coerced or illegal, the panel stated that the Restitution Act did not apply, and the painting should remain with the Galerie Belvedere.
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