In 1894, the Austrian Ministry of Education commissioned Klimt to paint fables representing the branches of Medicine, Philosophy and Jurisprudence, hoping that he would use the same traditional style of murals with which he was already known. arrived all over Vienna. That’s not what they get. Klimt painted chaotic, dark images of suffering. A slick, sickly-looking crew appears in “Medicine” and “Jurisprudence,” showing a thin man beneath three flaming, yellow-clad judges who don’t seem to depict the power of the law. but its quintessence.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/museums/gustav-klimt-google-digital-reconstructions/2021/12/28/4a18f61e-36a5-11ec-8be3-e14aaacfa8ac_story.html Digital reproductions of 3 Klimt paintings invite your scrutiny