Klimt’s "The Virgin" Scarf
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Klimt’s The Virgin Scarf
This multi-colored, 100% silk scarf, depicts a reproduction of The Virgin, painted in 1913 by famed Viennese artist, Gustav Klimt (1862-1918), who founded the Vienna Sezession school of painting.
It features an oval shaped constellation of women and spiraling rose-like shapes, which often appear in the artist’s work.
Measures 17” wide x 66” long with hand-rolled, finished edges.
Evokes the opulent turn-of-the-century Viennese setting seen in the Met’s production of Die Fledermaus.
- 100% silk
- 17” W x 66” L
- Hand-rolled finished edges
- Hand wash or dry-clean
Johann Strauss’s Die Fledermaus
Johann Strauss’s beloved work, one of the jewels of the Golden Age of Viennese operetta, has long transcended its origins and become a staple of the operatic repertoire. It was first staged at Vienna’s Theater an der Wien in 1874. Twenty years later, a production at the Hamburg Opera, led by its chief conductor Gustav Mahler, helped raise its artistic status, and many major opera companies have presented Die Fledermaus since, including the Met, where it was first seen in 1905. A new production featuring a revised English libretto opens on New Year's Eve 2013.
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