Network Vienna 1900 focuses on Klimt's family environment, the master's colleagues, his clients and his most important contemporaries. It also documents the places where Klimt worked, which are seen as the cradle of "Vienna 1900". Space is also given here to the places in Austria and abroad that inspired Klimt.


Gustav Klimt lived in Vienna in various apartments and studios, and from 1900, spent several weeks a year on the Attersee during the summer months. He frequently traveled for commissions, exhibition participations, and at times with friends and family members, to inspiring places in Austria and abroad. These included destinations in Hungary, Czechia, Germany, Italy, Spain, France, Belgium and Great Britain.
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Moriz Nähr: Garden and exterior view of Gustav Klimt's studio in Feldmühlgasse, May 1917, Klimt Foundation
© Klimt Foundation, Vienna