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Gustav Klimt and the Wiener Secession

Gustav Klimt (1862 - 1918) lived and worked in Vienna during one of her golden eras. Founding member and key figure of the Wiener Secession, a master of ingenious eclecticism and lascivious eroticism, unique and copied on an untold number of shawls, cups and candies.

The tour focuses on intriguing aspects of Klimt's art and personality and on politics and culture around 1900. It can be designed for a half-day or day and is combined with visits of most important Klimt collections in Vienna.
A short version of two hours includes a visit of Joseph Olbrichs Secession building and Klimt's Beethoven Frieze, on show in the basement of the building.