Gustav Klimt

Left: Gustav Klimt in his studio garden. Circa 1912-14. Photograph.

Right: Poster for the First Secession Exhibition. 1898. Private collection.

Gustav Klimt: 25 Masterworks

By Jane Kallir. Harry N. Abrams, 1989. Includes a biographical introduction and commentary on 25 individual works. 25 color plates; 16 black and white illustrations. 60 pages.

Softcover: $20.00

Hardcover: $30.00

Gustav Klimt: In Search of the “Total Artwork”

Edited by Jane Kallir; with essays by Marian Bisanz-Prakken, Jane Kallir, Peter Selz, Alfred Weidinger and Johannes Wieninger. Prestel Verlag/Hangaram Art Museum, Seoul Arts Center (exhibition catalogue), 2009. 240 pages.

Softcover: $35.00

Arnold Schoenberg’s Vienna

By Jane Kallir. Galerie St. Etienne/Rizzoli, 1985; accompanied an exhibition of the same title. The first comprehensive account of Arnold Schoenberg's little known but fascinating career as a painter, placed in the context of other developments in turn-of-the-century Vienna. 50 color plates; 28 black and white illustrations. 120 pages.

Softcover: $20.00

Austria’s Expressionism

By Jane Kallir. Galerie St. Etienne/Rizzoli, 1981; accompanied an exhibition of the same title. The first in-depth study in English to focus on the Expressionist movement in Austria. With appendices on the exhibitions and publications of Otto Kallir. 31 color plates; 56 black and white illustrations. 100 pages. Limited availability. In used condition.

Softcover: $25.00

Austrian Expressionists

Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1964. Exhibition included works by Herbert Boeckl, Anton Faistauer, Gustav Klimt, Alfred Kubin, Oskar Kokoschka, Richard Gerstl, Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel, Oskar Laske and Egon Schiele. With biographical statements on each artist. 16 black and white illustrations. 28 pages.

Softcover: $10.00

Gustav Klimt/Egon Schiele

Essays by Thomas M. Messer, Alessandra Comini and Jane Kallir. Galerie St. Etienne/Paul Zsolnay Verlag, 1980; accompanied an exhibition of the same title. A concise survey of the artists' works, with special emphasis on the efforts of Dr. Otto Kallir to introduce Klimt and Schiele to the United States. Text in German. 34 color plates; 29 black and white illustrations. 96 pages.

Softcover: $18.00

In Passionate Pursuit: A Memoir

By Alessandra Comini. Memoir of six decades as an art historian. Illustrated. 240 pages. Limited availability.

Hardcover: $22.50

Klimt/Schiele/Kokoschka: L’età d’oro di Vienna con i suoi maestri

Essays by Jane Kallir, Marian Bisanz-Prakken, Emily Braun, Gerbert Frodl, Claudio Strinati and Alfred Weidinger. Mazzotta (Museo Revoltella exhibition catalogue), 2001. Text in Italian. 116 color plates; 50 black and white illustrations. 195 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $45.00

Otto Kallir-Nirenstein: Ein Wegbereiter österreichischer Kunst

Essays by Hans Bisanz, Jane Kallir and Vita Maria Künstler. Museums of the City of Vienna (exhibition catalogue), 1986. Exhibition commemorated Otto Kallir’s contributions to the advancement of early twentieth century Austrian art. Text in German. 18 color plates; 78 black and white illustrations. 103 pages.

Softcover: $18.00

Saved from Europe

By Jane Kallir. Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1999. Exhibition commemorated the sixtieth anniversary of the Galerie St. Etienne. Chronicles the story of the gallery’s founder, Otto Kallir, his escape from Nazi Austria and his struggle to introduce Austrian Expressionism to American. Details the history of the Galerie St. Etienne. 33 color plates; 36 black and white illustrations. 112 pages.

Hardcover: $30.00

Sehnsucht nach Glück: Klimt, Kokoschka, Schiele

Edited and foreword by Sabine Schulze; with contributions by Ilsebill Barta Fliedl, Edwin Becker, Marian Bisanz-Prakken, Gottfried Fliedl, Gerbert Frodl, Klaus Herding, Annegret Hoberg, Jane Kallir, Günter Metken, Jutta Müller-Tamm, Iris Müller-Westermann, Peter Parenzan, Anja Petz, Klaus Albrecht Schröder and Sabine Schulze. Verlag Gerd Hatje, 1995; catalogue for an exhibition at the Schirn Kunsthalle. Text in German. Illustrated. 381 pages. Limited availability. In used condition.

Softcover: $60.00

Viennese Design and the Wiener Werkstätte

By Jane Kallir; with a forward by Carl E. Schorske. Galerie St. Etienne/George Braziller, 1986; accompanied an exhibition of the same title. A comprehensive history of the Wiener Werkstätte (Vienna Workshop), with an examination of its varied activities, including art and architecture, as well as furniture, metalwork, ceramics, fashion and textile design. All the major artists of the period are well represented, including Gustav Klimt, Oskar Kokoschka, Koloman Moser, Josef Hofmann and Egon Schiele. 55 color plates; 195 black and white illustrations. 152 pages.

Softcover: $18.00

Wiener Werkstätte

Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1966. The first American exhibition on the subject; included silver, enamel, ceramics, glass, paintings and graphic art, with work by Josef Hoffman, Dagobert Peche, Maria Likartz, Vally Wieselthier, Gustav Klimt, Oskar Kokoschka, Egon Schiele and others. 29 black and white illustrations. 32 pages.

Softcover: $10.00