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Egon Schiele Seated Woman with Bent Knee oil painting artist
  Painting ID::   3862
Seated Woman with Bent Knee
1917 Narodni Galerie, Prague


Egon Schiele Female Model in Bright Red Jacket and Pants (mk09) oil painting artist
  Painting ID::   21592
Female Model in Bright Red Jacket and Pants (mk09)
1914 Gouache and Pencil 46.5 x 29.7 cm Vienna,Graphische Sammlung Albertina


Egon Schiele Krumau Landscape (Town and River) (mk09) oil painting artist
  Painting ID::   21593
Krumau Landscape (Town and River) (mk09)
1915/16 Oil on canvas,110 x 140.5 cm Linz,Wolfgang-Gurlitt-Sammlung in der Neuen Galerie der Stadt Linz


Egon Schiele Village with Mountain (mk12) oil painting artist
  Painting ID::   21952
Village with Mountain (mk12)
1907 Dorf mit Bergen Oil on paper 21.7x28cm


Egon Schiele Meadow with Village in Background II (mk12) oil painting artist
  Painting ID::   21953
Meadow with Village in Background II (mk12)
1907 Wiese mit Dorfim Hintergrund II Oil on card 19.8x34.4cm


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1890-1918 Austrian Egon Schiele Gallery Egon Schiele (12 June 1890 ?C 31 October 1918) was an Austrian painter, a protege of Gustav Klimt, and a major figurative painter of the early 20th century. Schiele's body of work is noted for the intensity and the large number of self-portraits he produced. The twisted body shapes and the expressive line that characterize Schiele's paintings and drawings make the artist an early exponent of Expressionism, although still strongly associated with the art nouveau movement (Jugendstil). The most important collection of Schiele's work is housed in the Leopold Museum, Vienna. In 1907, Schiele sought out Gustav Klimt. Klimt generously mentored younger artists, and he took a particular interest in the gifted young Schiele, buying his drawings, offering to exchange them for some of his own, arranging models for him and introducing him to potential patrons. He also introduced Schiele to the Wiener Werkstätte, the arts and crafts workshop connected with the Secession. In 1908 Schiele had his first exhibition, in Klosterneuburg. Schiele left the Academy in 1909, after completing his third year, and founded the Neukunstgruppe ("New Art Group") with other dissatisfied students. Sitzender weiblicher Akt, 1914Klimt invited Schiele to exhibit some of his work at the 1909 Vienna Kunstschau, where he encountered the work of Edvard Munch, Jan Toorop, and Vincent van Gogh among others. Once free of the constraints of the Academy's conventions, Schiele began to explore not only the human form, but also human sexuality. At the time, many found the explicitness of his works disturbing.