Modgy Suction Cup Vases start out flat and expand with water. With the added advantage of a suction cup, Modgy expandable and collapsible vases will adhere to any clean and flat surface in your home, office, hotel, car, RV or any other place you can think of. Think of a plain window in your bedroom, a lifeless file cabinet in your office, an unattractive mirror in your living room or an old tiled wall in your kitchen. The vibrant designs and attractive colors are sure to make any space worth looking at twice. These vases are the perfect size for a single bud or a few floral stems from your garden!
Gustav Klimt (Vienna, 1862-1918) was a symbolist painter and the leader of the avant-garde Vienna Secession movement, which actively rebelled against the moralistic Victorian ethos of the day.
At the beginning, his work was academic in style. But over time, Klimt was influenced by his study of Japanese and contemporary Art Nouveau styles. His work often centered on sensual renderings of the female body, surrounded by a riot of pattern and color.
In the last years of his life Klimt began to delve more deeply into allegories of life and death. Meant to be a counterpart to an unfinished work named The Bride, The Maiden depicts a young woman dreaming of her life to come. Surrounded by women at various stages of life, her gown is covered with spirals symbolizing fertility in joyful kaleidoscopic color, and edged by flowers that allude to the innocence of youth.
Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) The Maiden 1913 Oil on canvas.