A famous work of art brought to life, which makes for a touching gift or makes any space more intimate. The material (resin and sandstone) and the finish have been approved by the foundation of the artist. Immaculate detailing makes it an accurate resemblance of the original and invites you to bring history into your home. The sculpture adds a sense of gravitas to your space.
Where: Home décor, Office decor, Bedroom décor, living room decor, TV room decor
Placement: Office desk, shelf, high table
Makes for a touching gift for any occasion such as a birthday gift, and housewarming gift.
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About the artist: Gustav Klimt was a member of the Austrian Secession, a pioneer of contemporary art with an irresistible decorative Jugendstil.
Although images of women and children are frequent in the history of art, depictions of pregnancy are rare. A woman with a skull nestled into her gown lowers her head toward her swelling belly. Below, three women also bow their heads—in prayer or possibly mourning. Originally named Vision, this painting was later renamed Hope II because of its similarities to another of Klimt's works, Hope I.
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