Louise Smith en Lifestyle, Artistas y Actores, beBee in English Principal Psychologist - Owner • Enoggera Health Practice 10/6/2018 · 1 min de lectura · 2,2K

The 100 Million Club

Gustav Klimt (July 14, 1862 – February 6, 1918)  from Austrian is one of my  favourite painters

He was the Leader of the Vienna Secession movement and one of the most famous painters of that time 
He was the most influenced by Japanese art

Vienna was an intensely bohemian city during Klimt’s lifetime, filled with decadence and artistic experimentation.
But the government and traditional art establishment strongly disapproved of  this avant-garde cultural movement. 
It was driven by young artists and intellectuals who became famous not only Klimt but architect Otto Wagner,
composers Gustav Mahler and Arnold Schönberg and psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud.


When you investigate Klimt's philosophy and inspiration it is clear he would have made an impressive 
psychoanalyst or psychologist in today's terms.


I love Art Deco.

So I love his symbolist style and his organic combination of colours and shapes
 used in his 'Golden Phase'.  His paintings using real silver and gold leaf are exquisite 
This was when  he received positive critiques  and financial success.

Museums sell more color reproductions of Klimt’s paintings than those of any other artist.


Some of the most beautiful of his works  are

The Kiss (Priceless) 


The 100 Million Club










Adele Bloch-Bauer I ($135 mill in 2006)











Hope II 










The Embrace 














Of course The Sunflower is special 











It's a case of look BUT don't touch as they are some of the most valuable paintings in the world 

Adele Bloch-Bauer I ($135 mill in 2006) is one of the paintings in the 100 Million Club  


http://www.sj1889.com/en/news/latest//2018/0306/84.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_most_expensive_paintings

https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-gustav-klimt



Louise Smith        PSYCHOLOGIST 

(Assoc MAPS) (QCT), B. A. (Hons) (Psych) (Japanese & Music), Dip. T. Prim. & Spec. Ed. (Hearing Impaired)

ICHP Foundation Certificate Course in Clinical Hypnotherapy & Psychotherapy                                               2012
Comprehensive Training Clinical Hypnosis & Strategic Psychotherapy (Yapko):100-Hours                     2013 & 2016
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Louise Smith 28/7/2018 · #15

Thank you @Milos Djukic !

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Claire L Cardwell 19/6/2018 · #14

I love Klimt @Louise Smith! Still got a poster (that has to be at least 20 years old) of 'The Kiss', I picked it up in London after seeing an exhibition there.

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Louise Smith 13/6/2018 · #13

Thanks @Nick Mlatchkov

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Louise Smith 12/6/2018 · #12

#10 HINT : go & house sit in the cities, places, countries you want to visit

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Louise Smith 12/6/2018 · #11

Thanks for liking my tweet @Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand Ambassador

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Lada 🏡 Prkic 12/6/2018 · #10

#5 Yes, I would love to see the real paintings. One day, I hope. :)

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