FEMALE NUDE, E. SCHIELE, 1st half XX century

Lithograph based on a drawing by Egon Schiele, 'The Female Nude' ('Weiblicher Akt') from 1910, now in the Albertina Gallery in Vienna.

The nude showing a red-haired woman is the essence of the unique style developed by the artist. Typical for Schiele are the shots of single, isolated, naked figures whose bodies are depicted with shaky, expressive lines.

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Lithography, first half XX century

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Egon Schiele (1890-1918) - one of the most important Austrian painters and graphic designers of the turn of the century. Student of Gustav Klimt. He developed his own expressionist style, inspired by the master's work and Art Nouveau. Known for numerous self-portraits, portraits and nudes, although he also painted landscapes.