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Egon Schiele

Portrait eines jungen Madchens' (Portrait of a young girl)

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Roseberys

52.1 x 33.7cm

Note: This lot is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Jane Kallir.

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52.1 x 33.7cm

Note: This lot is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Jane Kallir.

Portrait eines jungen Madchens' was created the first year Schiele studied at the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts (1907-09).

During these formative years the artist was influenced by the Jugendstil, the German Art …

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Signed and dated '18.II.07'
Egon Schiele
Austrian, 1890–1918
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A great innovator of modern figure painting, Egon Schiele is known for creating erotic and deeply …

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A great innovator of modern figure painting, Egon Schiele is known for creating erotic and deeply psychological portraits, on many occasions using himself as the subject. Schiele often used color sparingly, his work identifiable instead by his characteristic sinuous black line. In his many self-portraits, Schiele is …

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About the work
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Roseberys

52.1 x 33.7cm

Note: This lot is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Jane Kallir.

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52.1 x 33.7cm

Note: This lot is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Jane Kallir.

Portrait eines jungen Madchens' was created the first year Schiele studied at the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts (1907-09).

During these formative years the artist was influenced by the Jugendstil, the German Art …

Read more
Signature
Signed and dated '18.II.07'
Egon Schiele
Austrian, 1890–1918
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A great innovator of modern figure painting, Egon Schiele is known for creating erotic and deeply …

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A great innovator of modern figure painting, Egon Schiele is known for creating erotic and deeply psychological portraits, on many occasions using himself as the subject. Schiele often used color sparingly, his work identifiable instead by his characteristic sinuous black line. In his many self-portraits, Schiele is …

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Egon Schiele

Portrait eines jungen Madchens' (Portrait of a young girl)

Pencil on paper
Bidding closed
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