Symbolist Gustav Klimt spent his summer holidays in Villa Oleander, in Kammer on Lake Attersee, Austria. From his memories of those holidays, Klimt beautifully painted Farm Garden with Sunflowers, or Bauergarten mit Sonnenblumen. Characterized by cheerfulness, for this work the artist made radical use of the diagonal to connect the foreground and background. Klimt studied the works of Van Gogh, and a bit of that influence can be seen in this painting. The foreground is prominent and meaningful, emphasizing its materiality, the colors used are precise, refined, and luminous. Our woven wall tapestry interpretation of Klimt’s original was carefully crafted, and well captures the lush color hues of the flowers, and the delicate richness of the foliage. Handsomely woven on Jacquard looms, using the finest cotton. A garden masterpiece for your living space.