Wienerblut Therion – Eau de Parfum – 100ml
Wienerblut Therion – Eau de Parfum – 100ml

Spring of 1902, the Vienna Secession hosts an exhibition dedicated to Ludwig Van Beethoven, who is worshipped as a visionary hero among the newly formed utopian group of artists. For this occasion the artist Gustav Klimt creates a monumental, 34-meters long cycle of paintings that stretches across three walls. The Frieze, a visualization of mankind´s struggle for happiness, is an allegory of Richard Wagner´s interpretation of Beethoven´s Ninth Symphony. The innovative and bold depictions are characterized as "shameless, pathological and obscene" by contemporary critics. This olfactory representation of the Beethoven Frieze takes inspiration from the two contrasting poles of the cycle, the "hostile forces" on the middle wall and the "ideal realm" on the right wall, two concepts that refer to Greek mythology. Placed in the centre, symbolizing the hostile forces, in shades of black, brown and uncanny blue, towers the ape-like, almost invincible giant Typhoeus, from whose body snakes spring, with his daughters to the left of him –the goddesses of fate, or Gorgons. Above the Gorgons in the background lurk grim, masked heads as disease, madness and death. To the right, three female figures represent lust, unchastity and gluttony. Further next to it the sorrow shows its miserable figure.

Perfumeur: TBA

Made in: France

Packaging: Glass spray bottle

Ingredients: Alcohol Denat., Parfum (Fragrance), Limonene, Linalool, Eugenol, Coumarin, Farnesol, Citral.

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Therion – Eau de Parfum – 100ml

Eau de Parfum
€210.00 * / 0.1 l
(€2,100.00 / 1 l)

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  • Vegan
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A dark, spicy warmth reveals the presence of the great beast – Typhon, or Typhoeus, once ruled the deepest realms of Hades.
This olfactory representation of Gustav Klimt's Beethoven Frieze – a monumental, 34-meter-long painting cycle, in honor of Ludwig Van Beethoven – tells the story of the painting's central page, representing the "hostile forces" through Tyhpon and his daughters. Therion, Greek for "wild animal" or "beast", is a captivating fragrance that combines a unique blend of notes to create a truly mesmerizing experience, just as staring at Gustav Klimt´s work. Opening with the refreshing and citrusy aroma of bergamot, your attention gets grabbed immediately. The addition of bay leaf and black pepper adds a subtle spiciness, while carrot seed brings a touch of earthiness to the composition. As the fragrance develops, the delicate scent of chamomile blue and the smoky essence of cade intertwine, creating a harmonious balance. The inclusion of violet adds a floral touch, while sandalwood and amber provide a warm and grounding base. To add depth and complexity, cypriol and musk are incorporated, leaving a lingering and alluring trail that captivates the senses. Therion, like Klimt's masterpiece, is a work of art in itself. Its intricate blend of notes evokes a sense of mystery and elegance, making it the perfect choice for those seeking a fragrance that is both unique and enchanting, yet comforting.

The second side of the story is told through Elysion – a bright, green scent full of pure joy.

Notes: Bergamot, Bay Leaf, Carrot Seed, Black Pepper, Chamomile Blue, Cade, Violet, Sandalwood, Amber, Cypriol, Musk

Gegründet: 2008
Herkunft: Austria

WienerBlut was founded in 2008 in Vienna by Alexander Lauber. Lauber spent much time in antique shops, at flea markets and in the archives of the Hofburg to find and collect information about perfume from Vienna at the time of K.u.K. Reich and also acquired, among other things, old cosmetics sets owned by the Habsburg family. WienerBlut believes that great fragrances are like treasured secrets, giving the most pleasure to those who carry them. The formulas are built to whisper, not to shout. Listen carefully to the stories they tell. They love the complexity of natural raw materials ...More

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