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Contemporary Pillows – Klimt Blue Seed Elements Cover


Klimt Throw Pillows are inspired by Gustav Klimt.  Flowers, seeds, seed pods, and maybe even a pair of pink lips (Gustav Klimt was all about ‘The Kiss’) adorn this gorgeous natural fabric, hand-embroidered, wool, chain stitch pillow cover. This unique accent pillow cover design is fashioned after the modern art of Gustav Klimt.

Though not held to be an important artist in terms of his influence on others, Gustav Klimt nonetheless remains one of the most popular and well-known artists in the Art Nouveau movement. Klimt is best known for his beautiful, flowing paintings of women, and his extensive use of gold leaf, evoking a blatant sensuality and eroticism that was shocking to his late Victorian and early Edwardian audience.

Kashmiri artisans work together in a cottage industry, handcrafting the entire piece from the design, to the wool, to the beautiful chain-stitch embroidery, the finest in the world. No child labor used and the pillow covers are made by highly skilled artisans making a living wage.

Hand embroidered with the traditional Crewel chain stitching of India, the Contemporary throw pillows create an inviting home or office. The Klimt inspired design on this pillow cover exhibits a multitude of colors and shapes in a pattern sure to delight.

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Contemporary Pillows – Klimt Blue Seed Elements Pillow Cover is 70% wool and 30% cotton with a canvas back. Pillow insert not included but can be bought from any fabric store locally. The Kashmir wool thread makes it soft to the touch, and the raised-swirl texture of the embroidery delights the senses. 18 inches – sizes vary slightly as items are hand crafted. Dry clean. Pillow covers are easy to remove as they have hidden flap, 2 button or zipper closure at back.

One, Fair Trade, approximately 18″, Klimt Blue Seed Elements Pillow Cover.

For more information on artist inspiration, as well as similar items, check out our Artist Page – Klimt.