Klimt The Kiss Popover Fine Art Popover Top or Scarf
Versatile Art Top or Scarf featuring The Kiss Painting by Gustav Klimt.
- 29" long x 36" wide
- One size fits Small - XX-Large
- Partial Side seams with arm holes to wear as a top
- Fold or gather to wear as an Art Scarf
- 100% Polyester Chiffon
- Machine Wash & Dry
Our famous fine art clothing collection includes the Klimt Popover art top by Breeke and is beautifully printed with Klimt's iconic painting, The Kiss. This fine art shirt can be worn as a light layered top over tanks or sleeved shirts or as a gathered art scarf. The sides of this art clothing are partially sewn so there are arm holes and a split at the bottom, the scoop neck hole has a generous opening to easily Popover your head! To wear as a Kiss Art Scarf, just gather it from the corners or fold from the longer sides. Our Breeke & Co Popover art tops are low care too - machine washable on cold, tumble dry low and iron on polyester setting.
If you are looking for an fine art gift or Klimt gift idea, this versatile art top is an excellent choice! Pair it with many of our other Klimt Gifts including The Kiss Art Earrings, Scarves, Coffee Mugs or Music boxes.
Gustav Klimt was an Austrian symbolist painter who is known for his symbolism and portraits of women. Born in 1862 he was one of 7 children with 2 of his brothers also becoming artists. Gustav studied at the Vienna School of Arts and Crafts along with his brother Ernst. While he enjoyed fame as a mural painter, he also was criticized for the radical and symbolic paintings which were to to decorate the ceiling of the Great Hall of the University of Vienna. That was his last commissioned work. Klimt became a founding member and president of the Vienna Secession which exhibited unconventional art in many forms.
"The Kiss" was done in 1907-1908 in what is referred to as his "Golden Period". This striking painting is believed to be of both he and his life companion Emilie Louise Floge who was a clothing designer. This famous work is composed of oil paint with applied layers of gold leaf, an aspect that gives it its strikingly modern, yet evocative appearance. The painting is now in the Österreichische Galerie Belvedere museum in the Belvedere palace, Vienna, and is widely considered a masterpiece of the early modern period.