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 (shē′lə), Egon 1890-1918.
Austrian painter known for his aggressive, nervous style and his explicitly erotic subjects.

Schiele

(German ˈʃiːlə)
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(Biography) Egon (ˈeːɡɔn). 1890–1918, Austrian painter and draughtsman: a leading exponent of Austrian expressionism
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When I look back, I'm glad I can laugh at the memory of taking down my Egon Schiele watercolor of two naked women embracing, and replacing it with a Matisse poster of goldfish before my social worker's first visit.
In neighbouring Austria, the capital will salute the 100th anniversary of the passing of four of Vienna's artistic heroes, painters Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele, architect Otto Wagner and graphic designer Koloman Moser in Viennese Modernism 2018.
In the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts the grand opening of the first Russian large-scale graphic exhibition of the most outstanding representatives of Austrian art of the early 20th century, Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele, took place with the support of Rosbank.
Una vez, en 1991, en Viena, comparandolo con un alma gemela, el pintor austriaco Egon Schiele, escribi: "Hay asombrosas coincidencias entre ambos: el erotismo y la muerte uniendose en el filo del grito, el egocentrismo casi absoluto que se manifiesta en las Innumerables mascaras y caras del artista, el paso lento y angustioso en los bordes circulares del pozo de la locura, pero todo contrastado con una raiz infantil que no niega la inocencia y le da un fondo de ternura a una obra y a un mundo que se revelan a su imagen y semejanza.
2m total, which easily eclipsed even the high $277m pre-sale estimate, doubtless went far toward purging memories of Sotheby's flaccid Impressionist and modern art sale just two nights earlier, which was marred by the last-minute withdrawal of its star offering, an early Egon Schiele masterpiece.
Then Rembrandt, Gauguin, Van Gogh, William-Adolphe Bouguereau, Delacroix, Ilya Repin, Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, Lucian Freud and Francis Bacon.
In Vienna, a school of artists - among them Gustav Klimt, the provocative Egon Schiele and the painter Oscar Kokoschka - looked at sexual liberation and the 'woman question' from slightly different, albeit overlapping perspectives, provocative paintings and drawings which told the truth about human beings in no uncertain way.
His hard edged collection of drawings and work in progress titled 'Flaws, Perfection, Ideals or Compromises' reflected an influence of artists such as Egon Schiele and Marc Quinn.
Throughout art history, there is a long tradition of male painters using female models for their portraits--including Henri Matisse, as discussed in Najwa Ali's essay "Matisse / Odalisque / Modernity," and Egon Schiele, who appears in Zsuzsa Takacs's poem "On Vision.
The figures' emaciated forms and languid expressions resemble the works of Egon Schiele.
Degenerate' Art: German Expressionist Prints from the Barber Collection, early twentieth century prints by Max Beckmann, George Grosz and Egon Schiele, until January 11.