Nuda Veritas by Gustav Klimt


Gustav Klimt’s painting, Nuda Veritas (Naked Truth), epitomises the rebellious nature of the Secessionist art movement which challenged perceptions of art and the artist.

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Nuda Veritas (Naked Truth) by Gustav Klimt
1899, Vienna
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Gustav Klimt
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