Art experts dispute rediscovered Klimt work's origin
Saturday's Google Doodle celebrates Austrian Painter Gustav Klimt with a golden kiss.
Google is paying homage to Austrian artist Gustav Klimt with a "Google Doodle" of one of his most popular paintings: "The Kiss." Born on July 14, 1862, Klimt worked with gold leaf in some of his most well-known pieces, such as "The Kiss" and the
The doodle on the Google home page is a is a reproduction of Gustav Klimt's most famous work – 'The Kiss'.
Gustav Klimt (14 July 1862-6 February 1918) needs no introduction. Or maybe he does, especially in Egypt, a country whose ancient history and culture inspired some of Klimt's most celebrated artworks. Before delving into the Egyptian imprint in his
Today is the 150th anniversary of the birth of Austrian symbolist painter, Gustav Klimt, known best as the creator of the famed painting "The Kiss" and the iconic portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer. "The Kiss," 1907-1908.