Salvador Dali - Honey is Sweeter Than Blood - 1941 - Surrealism Dali's first surreal painting, Honey is Sweeter than Blood, shows a marked progression away from Cubism toward the depiction of subconscious obsessions. Dali's preoccupations with decadence, death, and immortality returned repeatedly in future works. This painting was made between Dali's first visits to Paris where he was socializing with artists who would found the Surrealist movement.
Aditya Ikranegara. This is not actually by Gustav Klimt. Whilst I can see an obvious Klimt influence, it is just not how he tended to paint women... the skin is not typical of Klimt, wrong colour, inferior brushstrokes etc….. http://www.cruzine.com/2013/03/05/creative-illustrations-aditya-ikranegara/