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Klimt: The Kiss Puzzle

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Description

This beautiful metallic puzzle features one of Gustav Klimt's (Austrian, 18621918) most famous paintings. Thought by many to be Klimts greatest work, The Kiss, painted in 190708, is a lavish exploration of passion, eroticism, and the power of love. Created in what became known as the artists golden style, the original work dazzles with its golden garments and bronze background.

Ages 12 and older. Metallic. Includes 1,000 puzzle pieces. 26 1/2'' x 17 5/8''.

  • Ages 12 and older
  • Includes 1,000 puzzle pieces
  • Metallic
  • 26 1/2'' x 17 5/8''

Art History

Gustav Klimt (Austrian, 18621918) led the Sezession (Secession), an association of artists founded in 1897 to challenge the academic conservatism at the time. Klimt worked with Josef Hoffmann and Koloman Moser, founders of the Wiener Werksttte (Vienna Workshops), a designers' cooperative under the principles of the Arts and Crafts movement, and together they strove to blur the line between fine and applied arts.

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Description

This beautiful metallic puzzle features one of Gustav Klimt's (Austrian, 18621918) most famous paintings. Thought by many to be Klimts greatest work, The Kiss, painted in 190708, is a lavish exploration of passion, eroticism, and the power of love. Created in what became known as the artists golden style, the original work dazzles with its golden garments and bronze background.

Ages 12 and older. Metallic. Includes 1,000 puzzle pieces. 26 1/2'' x 17 5/8''.





  • Ages 12 and older
  • Includes 1,000 puzzle pieces
  • Metallic
  • 26 1/2'' x 17 5/8''




Art History

Gustav Klimt (Austrian, 18621918) led the Sezession (Secession), an association of artists founded in 1897 to challenge the academic conservatism at the time. Klimt worked with Josef Hoffmann and Koloman Moser, founders of the Wiener Werksttte (Vienna Workshops), a designers' cooperative under the principles of the Arts and Crafts movement, and together they strove to blur the line between fine and applied arts.


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