Vintage Scandinavian Farm Garden With Sunflowers Rug by Gustav Klimt 49661
Magnificently Artistic Vintage Scandinavian Farm Garden With Sunflowers Rug by Gustav Klimt, Country of Origin / Rug Type: Scandinavia Rug, Circa Date: Late 20th Century – Artist Gustav Klimt, an Austrian painter of great renown, is best known for his 1908 piece entitled “The Kiss,” in which a young couple embraces in a meadow on a shimmering backdrop of gold.
However, many of his lesser known works are focused on the natural life and scenic flowers that are simply a background in his most famous figurative works.
This includes his 1913 painting entitled “Farm Garden with Sunflowers,” which is recreated here, in this astonishingly lovely vintage rug. One of less than a thousand in existence, this magnificently artistic Scandinavian rug will allow you to bring Klimt’s magnificent floral art work into your home or gallery.
In great detail, in this beautiful Farm Garden With Sunflowers rug by Gustav Klimt, the artist has depicted a farm garden overflowing with vibrant blooms. The primary focus is the off centered and tall column out of which we see magnificently vivid sunflowers sprouting out.
The speckled interior of the sunflowers brings to life every last seed, engulfed in a halo of radiant yellow and orange colored floral petals. To the right is a thick and lush array of crimson colored roses, which can also be seen popping out of the greenery in the background.
Below, among the thick green grasses are myriad other multi floral blossoms in ivory, burgundy, cobalt and plum. This varied collection of floral blossoms contribute to the atmosphere of a flourishing rural garden, abundant with life and beauty.
Taken as a whole, this breathtaking Farm Garden With Sunflowers Rug by Gustav Klimt, is an oasis of tranquility and prosperity. This artistic and decorative rug offers an idyllic escape for both the mind and the eye.
While this Farm Garden With Sunflowers Rug by Gustav Klimt will look phenomenal on any floor, it could just as easily be used as a wall hanging tapestry rug. Regardless of how you chose to display and use it, this is one piece that is sure to fill your soul with artistic beauty for generations to come.