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Body length 66 69 72 74 76 78
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Altar Painting by Hilma af Klint, 1915 - Postcard

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Buddha's Standpoint in the Earthly Life, No. 3a by Hilma af Klint, 1920 - Organic Cotton T-Shirt

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Hilma af Klint by unknown photographer, 1901 or before - Postcard

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Buddha's Standpoint in the Earthly Life by Hilma af Klint, No. 3a, (1920) - Postcard

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Our postcards are printed on thick 324gsm Mohawk card.

Postcards are available in 6 inches x 4 inches.

Printing method: Giclée

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The Seven-Pointed Star No. 1 by Hilma Af Klint - 1908

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The Seven-Pointed Star No. 1 by Hilma Af Klint - 1908

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Group IV, The Ten Largest, No. 7, Adulthood from untitled series by Hilma af Klint - 1907

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Hilma af Klint, Group IV, The Ten Largest, No. 7, Adulthood from untitled series - 1907.

Throughout her adult life, Hilma af Klint practiced a kind of transcendental spiritualism. This religious movement flourished in Europe and America, especially in literary and artistic circles, at the turn of the 20th century. It is based on the belief that spirits can communicate with the living. These communications were often pursued through séances, meetings in which people gathered to receive messages, whether directly or relayed through a medium, from the dead or other kinds of spirits. Af Klint started participating in séances as a teenager, in 1879.

During one such séance in 1906, the artist, who was 43 years old at the time, reported receiving a commission from a higher being. She claimed she had been asked to make paintings on a transcendent plane, which would one day be hung in a nearly circular temple specifically designed to house them. Over the next nine years, af Klint completed what she described as her “great commission,”1 which she referred to as The Paintings for the Temple. This mammoth series of 193 works encompasses several smaller thematic subsets. It includes af Klint’s earliest abstract works as well as the paintings on view in this gallery.

Af Klint intended this particular group of paintings, titled The Ten Largest, from 1907, to be hung together, much as they are here, in order to create what the artist describes as a “beautiful wall covering.” - Guggenheim

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Altar Painting by Hilma af Klint - 1915

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Altar Painting by Hilma af Klint - 1915

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Altar Painting by Hilma af Klint, 1915.

The last group from The Paintings for the Temple, completed in 1915, consists of three large canvases that Hilma af Klint called Altarpieces. These works appear to relate to Theosophy’s version of evolutionary theory, in which evolution occurs in two directions, elevating from the physical to the spiritual and descending from the divine to the material world.


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Hilma af Klint in Her Studio, unknown photographer - 1895

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Hilma af Klint in Her Studio, unknown photographer - 1895

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Hilma af Klint in Her Studio, unknown photographer - 1895

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Hilma af Klint by unknown photographer - c. 1901

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Hilma af Klint by unknown photographer - c. 1901

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Hilma af Klint by unknown photographer - c. 1901

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Buddha’s Standpoint in the Earthly Life No. 3a by Hilma af Klint - 1920

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Hilma af Klint, Buddha’s Standpoint in the Earthly Life, No. 3a, (1920)

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    1x1 rib at sleeve hem and bottom hem
    Armhole, sleeve hem and bottom hem with twin needle topstitch
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      Self fabric half moon at back neck
      Single needle topstitch at neckline and along hood opening
      1x1 rib at sleeve hem and bottom hem
      Armhole, sleeve hem and bottom hem with twin needle topstitch
      Kangaroo pocket at front

       

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          Hilma af Klint

          Hilma af Klint (October 26, 1862 – October 21, 1944) is the Swedish artist who produced wondrous abstract paintings.  

          Most of us know other tyros of abstract art, like Kandinsky, Mondrian, Malevich and Delaunay. You only need their surnames But Hilma af Klint passed many of us by.

          When Kandinsky wrote to his New York gallerist Jerome Neumann in December 1935, he was keen to cement his reputation. “Indeed, it’s the world’s first ever abstract picture,” he wrote, “because back then not one single painter was painting in an abstract style. A ‘historic painting’, in other words.”

          Except it wasn’t true. Hilma af Klint got there first in 1906.

          Hilma af Klint paintings and Theosophy


          Klint’s father, backed her to study at Stockholm's Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Stockholm. Things changed when she encountered Madame Blavatsky and her theosophy. She attended her first seance at 17. And soon after set about trying to depict the invisible forces around us.

          Infrared light, X-rays and electromagnetic currents and fields were all invisible forces identified, named and explained in Klint’s lifetime. Could she give form to the invisible? She heard voices. A voice without a body told her: “‘You are to proclaim a new philosophy of life and you yourself are to be a part of the new kingdom. Your labours will bear fruit.”

          Hilma af Klint art and The Five

          Her patron was Amaliel, one of the so-called ‘High Masters’ Klint had reached via a seance. Klint and four fellow artists known as The Five (de Fem) communicated with life on the other side. Klint would channel Amaliel’s mysticism and energy. She worked through a process Surrealists later called ‘automatic drawing’.

          Amaliel wanted Klint to construct “an astral plane” and represent the “immortal aspects of man”. Between 1906-1915, Klint created 193 paintings, known as the ‘Paintings for the Temple’. 

          Hilma af Klint prints and legacy 

          Her will stated that 1,200 of her paintings, 100 texts and 26,000 pages of notes should not be shown until 20 years after her death. It was not until the 1986 Los Angeles show The Spiritual in Art that her work was seen in public.