Egon Schiele

With his signature graphic style, embrace of figural distortion, and bold defiance of conventional norms of beauty, Egon Schiele was one of the leading figures of Austrian Expressionism. His portraits and self-portraits—searing explorations of their sitters' psyches and sexuality are among the most remarkable of the twentieth century.

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Egon Schiele
Autumn Tree With Fuchsias (1909)

Egon Schiele
Danae (1909)

Egon Schiele
Girl With Green Pinafore (1910)

Egon Schiele
Self Portrait With Hands On Chest (1910)

Egon Schiele
Male Nude (1910)

Egon Schiele
Kneeling Semi-Nude (1911)

Egon Schiele
The Daydreamer : Gerti Schiele (1911)

Egon Schiele
Seated Girl Facing Front (1911)

Egon Schiele
Portrait Of A Woman (1912)

Egon Schiele
Self Portrait with Physalis (1912)

Egon Schiele
Agony (1912)

Egon Schiele
Untitled

Egon Schiele
Woman In Black Stockings (1913)

Egon Schiele
The Holy Family (1913)

Egon Schiele
The Blind (1913)

Egon Schiele
Woman Undressing (1914)

Egon Schiele
Crescent of Houses II (1915)

Egon Schiele
Two Girls Lying Entwined (1915)

Egon Schiele
Mother with Two Children (1917)

Egon Schiele
Poster For The Vienna Secession, 49th Exhibition, Die Freunde (1918)