Gustav Klimt ‘Gartenweg mit Hühnern’ 1916
Destroyed by a fire set by retreating German forces in 1945 at Schloss Immendorf, Austria.
As with all the paintings that were stored in Schloss Immendorf in Lower Austria during World War II, also this painting burst into flames set by the German Forces. „Gardenpath with chickens“ belongs to the group of paintings Klimt executed during his sommer stay 1916 in Weissenbach on Lake Attersee.
(Source: artinthepicture.com, via ni-la)