Remarkable in composition, this piece "Water Snakes - Klimt" is based on the work of Gustav Klimt, also known as Water Serpents I. This tapestry bears the hallmarks of Klimt's beautiful works, including the red an golden haired femme fatale that he was obsessed with in his Erotic Symbolist works of his creation, which includes "Water Serpents I and II", and "The Kiss". The water element was deeply representative of the emotions as well as sensuality, as alluded by the allure of mermaids, and was used by the Art Nouveau movement to represent the sensual. Here we see the woman with green water vines intertwined into her hair, as well as golden intricate water plants in the sea she is swimming in, as well as a friendly looking whale that seems to pass by. She is floating in a blissful state and is a dreamy work of this mysterious woman living in the sea, who obviously has beautiful colors surrounding her. This modern art tapestry "Water Snakes - Klimt" is backed with a lining and has a tunnel for easy hanging. Note: tapestry rod and tassels, where pictured, are purchased separately.