Schiele


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Schie·le

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

Schiele

(German ˈʃiːlə)
n
(Biography) Egon (ˈeːɡɔn). 1890–1918, Austrian painter and draughtsman: a leading exponent of Austrian expressionism
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La familia gozaba de un buen nivel economico hasta que en 1902 papa Schiele fue obligado a retirarse a la edad de 52 anos debido a "confusion mental".
I remember almost nothing about the evening except entering the apartment and being stunned by the sight of two walls double-hung with first-rate Egon Schiele drawings.
He was encouraged to look at the work of Egon Schiele, an Expressionist from Vienna.
Today, Schiele and Klimt represent the twin peaks of the market for works on paper, though Kokoschka is also highly sought
Preparing her show for Vienna, "Me Two," Sen conducted intensive research on Egon Schiele, finding both thematic and formal parallels with her own work.
Ranging from the late Renaissance to the present day, it features paintings, prints, drawings, photographs and arte facts by artists including Cranach, Delacroix, Durer, Veronese, Klimt, Nolde and Egon Schiele.
Egon, who belongs to Sheila Jones of Lockwood, was named after the Austrian-born artist Egon Schiele.
Artists featured are Schiele, Kandinsky, Degas, Cezanne, Modigliani, Renoir, Picasso, Matisse and Magritte.
His favourite painters include Pierre Bonnard, Duncan Shanks and Egon Schiele, while at art school he was most influenced by Degas.