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In 2003 I visited the Secession Building in Vienna, Austria where I saw Gustav Klimt‘s huge Beethoven Frieze painting. I was totally awestruck. It’s a raw and power painting, but beautiful at the same time with it’s delicate patterns.In an attempt to make my living room more like the Secession Building, in 2007, I started drawing my own Beethoven Frieze. This urge was originally instigated by my disgust that I could not purchase a print of the full painting (only sections of it were available). But soon the project grew into my own interpretation of the piece. This was an…