Egon Schiele | Two Women Embracing | The Met 1918

Two Women Embracing Artist: Egon Schiele (Austrian, Tulln Vienna) Date: 1918 Medium: Charcoal on paper Dimensions: 18 x 11 in. x cm) Classification: Drawings

Egon Schiele

“ Lovers ” “ Zwei Mädchen ” by Egon Schiele “ Thank you to Margogh for posting this beautiful sensual image.

Art Deco Mascarade Party Invitation by Singlewide Designs

Josef Maria Auchentaller: Wintermärchen, For Ver Sacrum, the magazine of the Vienna Secession.

Schiele - Peça de Rodrigo Contrera

Liebespaar (Lovers) by Egon Schiele. Painting analysis, large resolution images, user comments, slideshow and much more.

100 x 100 cm; acrylic on canvas; Vertigo; Painting by Henk Schellekens; Sold

100 x 100 cm; acrylic on canvas; Painting by Henk Schellekens;

Egon Schiele (1890-1918), Male Lower Torso, 1910. Black chalk and gouache, 44.8 x 28.1 cm. The Leopold Museum, Vienna.

First major museum exhibition in over 20 years of Egon Schiele’s work on view at the Courtauld Gallery

Egon Schiele, Male Lower Torso, 1910 © The Leopold Museum, Vienna

Egon Schiele, Kneeling Girls Embracing, 1911

These Are The Women Of Gustav Klimt And Egon Schiele's Paintings

Seated Female Nude, Elbows Resting on Right Knee

Egon Schiele, "Seated Female Nude, Elbows Resting on Right Knee", × 32 cm × 12 in), Gouache and pencil on paper

Egon Schiele lived and worked in the Austro-Hungarian Empire between 1890 and 1918. After becoming dissatisfied with the traditional academic art establishment, he sought out Gustav Klimt as a tutor.

Egon Schiele lived and worked in the Austro-Hungarian Empire between 1890 and After becoming dissatisfied with the traditional academic art establishment, he sought out Gustav Klimt as a tutor.

Egon Schiele, Totes Mädchen (detail), 1910  Orange knuckles and nipples. Green hands.

Egon Schiele, Totes Mädchen (detail), 1910 I like this artist and how he draws bodies - they seem slightly abstract to me, reminds me of the future, androgynous bodies

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