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Klimt wrote to his wife informing that he will complete the painting, where it was exhibited in Stockholm the following September. The style of the piece was a new approach Klimt delved into, as it steered away from the vertical portraits, he normally painted. Klimt examined the different ways in which he could paint the baby, as it could not stand in an upright position as much of his other work was based upon. The artist had to find the proper angle to tilt the child to accentuate its form, while complementing the rest of the painting. Within the piece, it seems as if the child in placed within a basket or carriage where he plays. The baby's head is a pale shade of white, illustrating its young age. The head is surrounded by snow-white ruffles, outing the pale face such as a lion's head is surrounded by fur. The baby's small dark eyes stare directly at the viewer, while his orange-colored lips and rosy cheeks add a pitch of color to the face.

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Klimt wrote to his wife informing that he will complete the painting, where it was exhibited in Stockholm the following September. The style of the piece was a new approach Klimt delved into, as it steered away from the vertical portraits, he normally painted. Klimt examined the different ways in which he could paint the baby, as it could not stand in an upright position as much of his other work was based upon. The artist had to find the proper angle to tilt the child to accentuate its form, while complementing the rest of the painting. Within the piece, it seems as if the child in placed within a basket or carriage where he plays. The baby's head is a pale shade of white, illustrating its young age. The head is surrounded by snow-white ruffles, outing the pale face such as a lion's head is surrounded by fur. The baby's small dark eyes stare directly at the viewer, while his orange-colored lips and rosy cheeks add a pitch of color to the face.

Gustav Klimt (1862 - 1918) was an Austrian decorative painter and creator of erotic art that greatly added to Art Nouveau and modernism as a wholeKlimt was most influence by Japanese art and methods. His work was constantly criticized for being too sensual and erotic and his symbolism too deviantPortrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I by Klimt is one the most expensive paintings ever sold.

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