Foi redescoberta uma pintura de Gustav Klimt que tinha sido adquirida numa exposição em Düsseldorf em 1902 e nunca mais fora mostrada ao público, tendo-se mantido na posse da mesma família até agora. Vai ser leiloada pela Sotheby's.
|Margem do lago com bétulas, de Gustav Klimt (1901)|
(via artdaily.org)Seeufer mit Birken (Lakeshore with Birches) was executed whilst Klimt was on holiday on the Attersee in the Viennese countryside, where the artist would escape to from the city every summer from 1899. On these rural retreats he would recover from the strain of complex and demanding commissions and would spend his time rowing and rambling amidst the woods by the lakeshore, absorbing the Attersee into his art. This tranquil holiday was particularly needed in 1901 after the storm whipped up in Vienna by his painting Medicine, the sexual symbolism of which shocked the public when it was displayed at the X Secession Exhibition that spring.