Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gustav Klimt, Mäda Primavesi as a Young Girl Tote
This handy and colorful transfer-printed tote bag from The Met with it's cotton webbed handles celebrates a beloved work in The Met collection. Use it to carry books, school supplies, and beyond.
This 1912–13 canvas by Gustav Klimt (Austrian, 1862–1918) attests to the sophisticated taste of the banker and industrialist Otto Primavesi and his wife Eugenia, both ardent supporters of progressive Viennese art and design who commissioned Klimt to paint their daughter, Mäda. The nine-year-old's demeanor and pose suggest remarkable confidence.