Woman In Gold
Have you seen the recent film, Woman in Gold, starring Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds? It’s based on the true story of Maria Altmann, a Jewish refugee who fought the government of Austria to get back a Gustav Klimt painting stolen from her family by the Nazis. Klimt painted the “Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I” in 1907, in oil, silver, and gold on canvas. Elaborate and brilliant, the Art Nouveau painting of the Viennese salon lady is anything but dull.
Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I
“Tribute to L’Accomplissement” and “L’Attente” are mixed media tributes to the Klimt painting by French artist, Roland Renaud, and they’re for sale here at Design House. Painted on sheet metal with gold leaf, the artworks depict a couple embracing and an Egyptian woman, respectively.
“Tribute to L’Accomplissement” by Roland Renaud, 32″W x 67″H
“L’Attente” by Roland Renaud, 32″W x 67″H
These pieces really are stunning in person. Come and see them at the Design House Showroom for yourself, and browse our collection of both decorative and collectible artwork, a range of pieces for all budgets.