Measures: 110 x 110 cm
Technique: Oil on canvas
Depository: Privately owned
During his summer retreat in Litzlberg on Lake Attersee, Klimt started his days at 6 o’clock with vast strolls in the woods. Locals called him a "Waldschrat" meaning somebody who lives in the woods on his own.
From 1901 to 1904 Klimt accomplished several paintings of different woods, such as Fir forest I, Fir forest II, Beech forest, Beech tree, and Birch forest.