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A fine-art giclée reproduction of "Apple Tree" (1912) by Gustav Klimt (1862-1918). Bursting with color, from with the bold red of the apples to the colors of the flowers that carpet the ground below, "Apple Tree I" is filled with happiness, life, fertility, and the bounties of nature. The rich colors and the intricately-worked oils lend the painting a sense of shimmering movement rare in Klimt's landscapes. It is thought that almost all of Klimt's landscape pictures were painted when he was on his summer holidays on the Attersee. Custom frame.