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The original work is located at the Narodni Galerie in Prague and was depicted in 1913. Klimt paints seven women "tangled" with each other; their naked bodies hidden among the coloured fabrics represent an awakening of the senses and feelings.
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The original work is located at the Narodni Galerie in Prague and was depicted in 1913. Klimt paints seven women "tangled" with each other; their naked bodies hidden among the coloured fabrics represent an awakening of the senses and feelings. The protagonist of the painting is the woman placed at the centre, presumably the one who gives the title to this work. The Virgin is covered by a long dress, rich in colours and circular motifs; her arms are extended, which symbolizes an opening of the woman to the feelings and the awakening of her sexual desire. The atmosphere is magical: the gold colour, persistently used so far by the artist, disappears to give space to a rainbow of colours. Women occupy a fundamental role in this work: they are the image of Eros; aware of their femininity, they are painted in bold poses and stripped of their clothes. All the art of Klimt irresistibly calls the female universe. Men occupy secondary roles or are totally excluded from his works: they are destined only for the role of spectators or victims. In his private life Klimt never established any exclusive relationship. The painter was convinced that if he had totally dedicated himself to a single woman, his art would have suffered, as well as his creativity.