Correspondence to Alma Mahler, 1898-1910.


Correspondence to Alma Mahler, 1898-1910.

1 item is a postcard that Alma Mahler inserted between the pages of her diary, at the entry for 2. Oct. 1899; see Tagebuch Suiten ed. by Beaumont and Rode-Breyman (Suite 14). The postcard, related to an exhibition of the Vereinigung bildender Künstler Oesterreichs (Vienna Secession), has a number of signers besides Klimt; all of the signers, like Klimt, were associated with the Vienna Secession. Also see oversized container for a print by Klimt.

5 items (5 leaves).

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