Erotic paintings by Gustav Klimt, brought to life

A series of impressive portraits honoring Gustav Klimt was presented at the 23rd edition of the Life Ball in Vienna.
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A series of impressive portraits honoring Gustav Klimt was presented at the 23rd edition of the Life Ball in Vienna.

Danish photographer Inge Prader photographed some of Klimt’s iconic works, such as The Beethoven Frieze (1902), Danae (1907), and Death and Life (1908), created during his “Golden Phase” period, which were staged with amazing effect.

Klimt himself was a prominent member of the Vienna Secession movement, which was a group of notable painters, sculptors, and architects of his day.

That group would become the inspiration for the Life Ball “to highlight the strong and creative personalities of that time that revolutionized society with their proposals and perpetuated a new joy of living.”

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