The rediscovery of Swedish artist Hilma af Klint’s ‘secret paintings’, stored away and scarcely known about for decades, has taken the international art world by storm. Deeply engaged with spiritualism, new developments in science and the wonders of the natural world, her groundbreaking vision was unlike any artist before her.
Created in 1907, ‘The Ten Largest’ is her celebrated series of large-scale paintings, representing the stages of life from childhood through to old age. Exclusive to the Gallery Shop, this poster-sized print features the painting ‘Group IV, The ten largest, no 2, childhood’ from the series.
Image size: 62 x 84cm
Paper size: W70 x H100cm
Hilma af Klint (Sweden 1862–1944)
Group IV, The ten largest, no 2, childhood 1907
tempera on paper mounted on canvas, 315 x 234 cm
Courtesy of the Hilma af Klint Foundation
Photo: The Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
Dimensions: 20cm x 15cm x 1 cm