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Patterns. Patterns everywhere… everyday. Gustav Klimt. In his artwork he uses alot of gold backgrounds amazing colors and patterns!. What is a pattern?. A design that repeats. Use words to describe it. What patterns do you see? . Garden Path With Chickens 1916.

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**In his artwork he uses alot of gold backgrounds amazing**colors and patterns! What is a pattern? A design that repeats Use words to describe it**Expectation, 1905-09, mixed media with silver and gold leaf**on paper**Gustav Klimt**Gustav Klimt was born in near Vienna, Austria, the second of seven children. His father was an engraver and was married to Anna Klimt. He lived in poverty for most of his childhood. He was one of seven children - 6 boys and one girl - Joanna. At the age of 14 life started to look up. Klimt was allowed to study at the Vienna School of Arts and Crafts. This was a very big art school and it was an honor!**He died in Vienna on February 6, 1918 of a stroke in Vienna.**Numerous paintings were left unfinished. Klimt's paintings have brought some of the highest prices of any artwork sold!**Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I**It Sold for $135 million! It is the world's most expensive painting! It sold recently in June 2006. Klimt took three years to complete the painting.**Your A++ Project Has:**• A sleeping head • A curvy blanket • Bright colors • 10 or more different patterns • Neat and clean • Name on project Gustav KlimtBaby Cradle 1917

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