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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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The counter-intuitive campaign uses real reviews tourists have posted online to show the absurdity of some of the assessments, like a one-star review for the Leopold Art Museum, which says the "paintings are disgusting." Given the fact that the museum contains key works of globally acknowledged Austrian masters like Egon Schiele and Gustav Klimt, the harsh summary is laughable.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Raoul Dufy Oune 3, 1877), Gustave Courbet (June 10, 1819), Egon Schiele (June 12, 1890), Jim Dine (June 16, 1935), Magdalena Abakanowicz (June 20, 1930), and Allan Houser (June 30, 1914).
Triestiner Fischerboot, 1912, Egon Schiele (1890-1918), oil and pencil on canvas, 70 x 70cm.
To be involved makes us participants rather than voyeurs and this is why accusations of obscenity levelled at Egon Schiele missed the point, as did similar accusations directed at Freud and his Three Essays on Sexuality (published in 1905).
This ever-evolving technique is also deeply influenced by the intense and spirited approach of Jackson Pollock, Egon Schiele, and Claude Monet, which the artist credits as having had the biggest impact on his aesthetic approach.
The striking work of the Austrian artist Egon Schiele, who fell victim to Spanish flu, forms a visual footnote to the promenade piece.
"Her visit has also given us the chance to collaborate with RRU and offer groups of young people the chance to use her response as a starting point for their own exploration of the work of Egon Schiele and Francesca Woodman."
On ne peut regarder les toiles de l'artiste sans penser aux grands maitres de la peinture, entre autres Egon Schiele, son maitre spirituel, ou encore Gustav Klimt.
The case involved a dispute over two drawings by Egon Schiele, known as Woman in a Black Pinafore and Woman Hiding her Face respectively.
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.