Sketchbook Manuscript «Klimt 1907-1908 Plus» from the series «Tenderness»
The first mass-produced open-bound sketchbooks. The cover is featured with two paintings of the famous Austrian artist Gustav Klimt “The Kiss” and “Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer 1”.
The pride of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, an artist with a unique style, a master of conveying human emotions – these are just a few of the many epithets that come to mind when reviewing the work of Gustav Klimt.
Born into an artistic family and showing talent in art from childhood, Gustav’s fate as an artist was predetermined. After graduating from the most progressive, in terms of art education, Viennese art, and craft school, Klimt is engaged in art painting of wealthy Austro-Hungarians houses and accepts orders for portraits. His work immediately became the subject of controversies. The reason was in the erotic direction of Gustav’s works with which he challenged the entire conservative society of that time.
Klimt has repeatedly stated that he has no profound idea or philosophy in his works. He just liked to draw, especially women. In his work, he expressed himself, his vision of the world and its beauty. These simple ideas led to the emergence of the artist’s corporate identity, which is perfectly visible in the paintings “The Kiss” and “Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer 1”. Golden tones, symbolism close to the Byzantine style, inspiration in Art Nouveau style, and attraction to female sexuality – from such a mixture of feelings, emotions, and philosophies we have obtained works that attract the attention of art connoisseurs from all over the world.
Creamy unlined pages are great for liners, pencils, and pens. Sketchbooks open ideally 180 degrees and do not close randomly thanks to the open-bounding. High-quality stitching and gluing allow you to withstand loads, and a protective overlay on the cover will extend the life of your sketchbook. The set includes an inlay with a checkered and in-line ruler for ease of writing, making graphs, tables, accurate models, etc.
Manuscript sketchbooks serve as an excellent working tool for artists, designers, IT specialists, managers and a fashion accessory to inspire creative exploits.