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Self-portrait with Chinese Lantern Fruit
Self-portrait with Chinese Lantern Fruit
Self-portrait with Chinese Lantern Fruit
Schiele, Egon Austrian painter and graphic artist Tulln a. d. Donau 12.6.1890 – Hietzing nr.
Vienna 31.10.1918.

“Self-portrait with Chinese Lantern Fruit”, 1909.

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Portrait of Wally
Death and the Maiden
Wally in roter Bluse mit erhobenen Knien
Self-portrait with naked shoulder pulled up
Selbstbildnis, Schulterbüste
Houses with Colourful Washing
Female Nude on a Checkered Blanket
Female Lovers
Nude with Red Hair Lying on her Stomach
Back view of a standing nude
Seated woman with left hand in her hair
Kopf eines Heiligen
Young Female Nude Against a Colourful Cloth
Four Trees
Reclining Woman With Green Stockings
Die Familie
Vorstadt I
Edith Schiele in Striped Dress, Seated
A village
The room of the artist in Neulengbach
Embrace
The Hermits
Zwei Freundinnen
Girl With Exposed Abdomen
Agony
Triestiner Fischerboot
Liegender weiblicher Akt auf rotem Tuch
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"Egon Schiele - Tod und Mädchen"
At the beginning of the 20th century Egon Schiele is one of the most provocative artists in Vienna. His life and work are driven by beautiful women, attracted by Schiele’s aura and daring talent, such as sister Gerti, wife Edith and his model and truelove Wally.
In 1915, Schiele completed one of his principal works "Tod und Mädchen", which shows the painter and his muse in a painful embrace. The painting is often seen as his farewell to Wally.
Shortly before the end of the First World War, Schiele fell ill with the Spanish flu and died in Vienna.