Measures: 91,5 x 89 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.
The neoimpressionistic and pointillistic dissolution of the trees, seen here for the first time within Klimt’s oeuvre, leads to a limitation of space.