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A CURATED COLLECTION FROM NEUE GALERIE NEW YORK
BOHEMIAN GLASS BEAD EARRINGS
Meticulously hand-crafted in Vienna from collectible Bohemian glass beads.
KLIMT'S ROSE EAU DE TOILETTE
Between the years 1911 and 1918, Gustav Klimt kept a studio at Feldmühlgasse 11 in Vienna. Here, surrounded by an overgrown orchard full of apple trees and fragrant damask roses, Klimt worked on more than 50 paintings, including Adele Bloch-Bauer II.
Only one of these rose bushes has survived till today, and after more than a hundred years it still flowers every year. In 2020 the scent surrounding the living rosebush (headspace scent) was captured by the FRAGRANTARIUM. Coincidentally its headspace scent contains aroma molecules that are normally found in apples and wild flowers just as depicted in Klimt’s Orchard With Roses.
GOLDEN TRIO BRACELET SET
Three hand-crafted glass bead bracelets, inspired by Gustav Klimt's sensuous portrait Adele Bloch-Bauer I (1907).
With his seductive portraits of society women, Gustav Klimt defined the allure of fin-de-siècle Vienna. His sensuous portrait Adele Bloch-Bauer I (1907) is a dazzling creation, aglow with an air of mystery and magic. In celebration of Klimt’s masterpiece, the Neue Galerie Design Shop presents Liebling, an AERIN Rose Balm Lipstick evocative of the warm blush tones in Adele's lips.
GUSTAV KLIMT: INTERIORS
By Tobias G. Natter
This unique and utterly fascinating appreciation of Gustav Klimt’s oeuvre reveals some of his most famous works in their original settings and offers valuable historic insight into his artistic vision.
Interior design was supremely important to Gustav Klimt, and many of his paintings were created for specific settings or spaces. This aspect of Klimt’s practice comes beautifully to life in this book that illustrates how some of the artist’s most beloved canvases appeared in situ—in private dining rooms and salons, galleries, museums, and public exhibition spaces. Thoughtful and personal texts by Klimt scholar Tobias Natter accompany each spread, providing invaluable contextual insight about how these pictures were conceived as part of the interior design of their respective rooms and spaces, and the passionate collectors who first owned these pictures.
KLIMT'S PAINTING SMOCK
An exact replica of Gustav Klimt's painting smock, ca. 1903.
100% indigo linen with hand-embroidered white epaulets and front pocket.