We can notice Klimt’s fascination with textiles in his paintings: his subject are often draped in ample, complex and refined fabric that takes up the most important part of the canvas. The subjects are suspended in space as the fabric envelopes them and Galliano replicates this in his voluminous silhouettes.
Gustav Klimt, Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I (also called The Woman in Gold), 1907, Oil, silver, and gold on canvas, 138 cm × 138 cm, Neue Galerie, New York.
John Galliano for Christian Dior, Haute Couture Spring-Summer 2008.
See you on Monday for a new Muse! Have a lovely weekend 😘
I love your new picture! Did you have that taken professionally? You look really pretty
Thank you! My friend was doing a photography project and she’s not a professional but she might as well be she’s so great! It’s a project in collaboration with another friend who did my make up, they chose paintings and recreated them on people’s faces and then photographed it. I’m Gustav Klimts Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I
#Repost @mocada_museum with @repostapp
Don’t be confused. This is the ‘Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I’/'Woman In Gold’ by Gustav Klimt, on view at The Neue Galerie New York (@neuegalerieny). We’re paired up in the #NYC #MuseumInstaSwap challenge so tomorrow we’re sharing images from them relating to the African Diaspora and they’re posting images from us. The Neue Galerie focuses on early twentieth-century #German and #Austrian art and design and we’re so excited to show you the connections we made. Stay tuned. #womaningold #gustavklimt #neuegalerie