|Design by Emilie Louise Flöge|
A portrait of Emilie Flöge by Gustav Klimt was as ahead of the times as Emilie Flöge was herself:
"It is perhaps no wonder that Klimt's Portrait of Emilie Floge, painted in 1902, was the first to present its subject as a bejeweled icon, a gilded beauty whose decorative trappings constitute a metaphorical chastity belt. Directly anticipating the "gold" portraits of 1906-1907, the picture was exceedingly radical for its day, and perhaps for this reason neither Emilie nor her family liked it."
|Emilie Flöge - painted by Gustav Klimt|
|This store is called: "Viennese Culture"|
|At the Naschmarkt: Herbs and Spices anyone?|
|All fresh and tasty - fruit and vegetables offered at the Naschmarkt|
|A wide choice of vinegar!|