Tote bags and tee shirts frequently sport prints of paintings by Gustav Klimt, particularly The Kiss. I thought I'd look to some of his other work for more abstract homages.
The portrait Adele Bloch-Bauer I contains several patterns you can play up in an ensemble. Wear a yellow dress with check shoes or a gold top, white pants and a chevron belt. Her skirt has eyes in it, which would be fun to play up in jewelry. For this look, I went for one bold print and used subtle accessories.
Hygieia contains so many wavy vertical lines, I immediately thought "fringe and snakes", which resulted in an off-beat cocktail look.
Sea Serpents IV is an abstract floral. I found an equally abstract dress as the base. Instead of using the dress to pick accessories, I based the shoes, clutch and jewelry off the colors of the painting. The result is cohesive but unexpected.
Die Jungfrau made me seek out such a print, which of course, lead me to Emilio Pucci. The painting has a fresh, spring feeling, and I kept the outfit in that season. Again, I used the art, not the dress, to pick the accessories. Add some flowers to the hair and give yourself rosy lips and cheeks to match the sleeping beauties.
Alphonse Mucha, Pablo Picasso, and Jackson Pollock.