Water Serpents II, also referred to as Wasserschlangen II, is an oil painting made by Gustav Klimt in 1907. It is the follow-up painting to the earlier painting Water Serpents I. Like the first painting, Water Serpents II deals with the sensuality of women's bodies and same-sex relationships. The painting has a rich history. During World War II, it was stolen by the Nazis, and more recently, it has been the center of a controversy surrounding its record 2013 sale. As of December 2019, it is the 6th most expensive painting in the world and the most expensive work by Klimt to ever sell. Authentic Flemish wall tapestry made by Metrax-Craye in Flanders, Belgium.
|Technical characteristics||This tapestry comes with a certificate of authenticity.It is fully lined at the back, and can easily be attached to the wall thanks to the suspension tunnel using a curtain rod or a blind rod.Maintenance: vacuum-clean from time to time. Dry clean only!|
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