Egon Schiele's use of line is raw. It feels like he pushes his drawing utensil rather than pulling it.
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laflaneuse8: Egon Schiele, Self-Portrait, 1910
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Just… One of the most precious, beautiful things I have ever seen. Egon Schiele (Austrian, 1890-1918), Liebende [Lovers], c.1909. Pencil and coloured crayon on paper, 31.5 x 29.5 cm
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Gerti Schiele in a Plaid Garment — Egon Schiele – Biblioklept
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Egon Schiele – Self-Portrait with Chinese lantern fruits (detail), 1912
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Egon Schiele ~ The Dancer "Moa", 1911
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By Egon Schiele (1890-1918), 1910, Female in Orange-Red dress Kneeling, Black chalk and gouache.
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Capturing the essence of a woman is more that simply lines and curves, it is a mood, a feeling, a spirit that can't be quenched… Egon Schiele
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Painting by Egon Schiele (1890-1918), 1917, The embrace.
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Egon Schiele: title unknown [nude sketch of woman; overview of subject facing viewer and crouched over floor], Line drawing + chalk + watercolour. Expressionism. "An emaciated simplicity of line, as beauteous in its exclusion…"
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