An art scene of Gustav(e)s

In both the Modern and Contemporary eras, writers, poets, architects, and painters all named Gustav or Gustave dominated the art scenes.  This entry offers you a list of these movers and shakers. 

Gustave Courbet, 1819-1877.  (Warning!  Website NSFW with its extremely explicit nudity.)

Self-Portrait or The Man with a Pipe.

Gustave Flaubert, 1821-1880.

He wrote Madame Bovary.

Gustave Moreau, 1826-1898.

Image courtesy of Photobucket and guppy boi.

Gustav Dore, 1832-1883.

Image courtesy of Trip1350 and Photobucket.

Gustave Eiffel, 1832-1923.  Do I even need to mention the Eiffel Tower?

Gustav Caillebotte, 1848-1894.

Still Life with Crayfish

Gustav Stickley, 1858 (uncertain)-1942.

Double Door China Cabinet, image courtesy of Photobucket and Suzannetique.

Gustave Kahn, 1859-1936.

He was a poet. 

You can read his book, La Pluie et le Beau Temps.

And you can check out if you and him would have made a good couple.

Gustav Mahler, 1860-1912.

Symphony No.1 “Titan”

Gustav Klimt, 1862-1918.

The Kiss

Gustav Vermehren, 1863-1931.

Gustave Verbeek, 1867-1937.

Gustav Vigeland, 1869-1943.

Gustav Holst, 1874-1934.

Mars: The Bringer of War

Gustav Camus, 1914-1984.

Gustave Kaitz, 1913-1992.

Gustave Verdult, contemporary musician.

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