Boats Mirrored in the Water, 1908
By Egon Schiele
Item #: 12969969358A
14.5" x 10"
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This contemporary work of art features a print mounted on a 3/8" thick wood board and laminated with a protective UV filtering film. The edges are then trimmed and beveled for an attractive finish. Our skilled craftsmen construct each mounted print to order.
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- The Artist
The bodily distortions, explicit eroticism and anguish which made Egon Schiele’s artworks unpopular during his lifetime are the same features which make them so mesmerizing today. Schiele (1890 – 1918) was an exceptionally prolific Austrian Expressionist who was a protégé of Gustav Klimt, and whose formidable talents were fully matured when he was a teenager. He created emotionally charged self-portraits and allegories, but was best-known for his nude or semi-nude drawings of women, portraying them in awkwardly contracted poses to convey distress. Arrested for immorality and seduction, he created numerous watercolors and drawings during his two-week imprisonment. Dying prematurely from the Spanish flu, Schiele left a legacy of almost 3,500 compelling artworks.
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