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Egon Schiele

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SCHIELE Egon Bildnis Arthur Roessler

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Egon Schiele - Female Nude

Egon Schiele - Female Nude

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Egon Schiele (1890-1918) Female Nude (recto); Head of a Young Man (Hans Massmann) (verso) signed with the initial and dated 'S.10.' (recto, lower right); signed and dated 'Schiele Egon 08.' (verso, lower right) gouache, watercolour, black Conté crayon and pencil on paper (recto); pencil on paper (verso) 17 ¼ x 12 3/8 in. (43.8 x 31.5 cm.) Executed in 1910 (recto) and 1908 (verso)
Egon Schiele - Akt Mit Erhobenen Beinen

Egon Schiele - Akt Mit Erhobenen Beinen

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Lot number: 218
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Egon Schiele 1890 Tulln - 1918 WienLiegender Akt mit erhobenen Beinen. 1912.Pencil drawing. Kallir 1010. Signed and dated lower right. On creme simili Japon by Strathmore (with watermark). 46,5 x 31,7 cm (18,3 x 12,4 in), size of sheet. [JS]. PROVENANCE: Galerie St. Etienne, New York.Viktor Gruen, New York (acquired directly from previously mentioned around 1970).Private collection (inherited from previously mentioned). Egon Schiele was born in Tulln on the Danube on 12 June 1890. After the great Klimt-era Egon Schiele is the painter that strongly influenced the artistic scene of Vienna in the early 20th century. In 1906, the young Schiele entered the class of Christian Griepenkerl, a painter of portraits and historic events at the Wiener Akademie, who was still rooted very much in the traditional disciplines. The imposed studies there, which Schiele practised only reluctantly, left no significant traces in his personal artistic style. He was rather impressed by the linear, two-dimensional style of Gustav Klimt and the Vienna Secessionists, who spoke out as an artists' group against the stiff academic conventions of the historical school and in favour of a reconciliation of art and life. After Schiele had more and more acquired the creative principles of Gustav Klimt in an act that can be described as a form of rebellion against the dogmatism of his education, his early withdrawal from the academy in 1909 accelerated his striving for his artistic self-realisation, which was independent of a painting style that celebrated the aesthetics of the beautiful appearance. He joyfully founded the 'Neukunstgruppe' and developed a drawing style that intentionally conjured up the impression of fragility and tension. In an anti-academic and radically subjective manner, Schiele chose perspectives and views in a way that figures, which are only rarely shown head-on or in full length in the picture, appear twisted and deformed by their compositional arrangement. The main motives of these decadently colored representations are self-portraits and portraits, but also nudes that are distinguished by strongly erotic features. These pictures irritated the conventional perception and therefore became early examples of Viennese expressionism. As far as motifs are concerned, they largely comprise self portraits, but also portraits characterized by strong erotic features.More than it is the case with his paintings, Egon Schiele was able to achieve a certain artistic clearance in his watercolors and graphic works, which would gain vital importance for his oeuvre. The relationship between painter and model had dramatically changed by the early 20\up6 th century. The Expressionist artists of the'Brücke' group preferred young girls as their models. The formal appeal of the still adolescent body, without the rubenesque forms that still enthused the Impressionists, was in line with aesthetics that sought its fulfillment in the androgynous. Schiele followed this trend and even went a step further. He approached the model in such a direct matter that was shocking at first. His dialog with the model takes place on two levels. On the one hand there is the formal-aesthetic perspective that fixates the body in a mannered pose in order to extract a static pattern from the young life. On the other hand there is the almost voyeuristic proximity, through which the artist approaches the depicted model in the most intimate situations.When Schiele was a soldier for two years as of 1915, he painted only very few pictures. The painter, however, continued to take part in very many exhibitions like the Wiener Sezessionsausstellung, which became a great success in 1918 showing 50 of his works of art. Still in the same year Schiele died only shortly after his wife of a pandemic influenza on 31 October 1918.Called up: June 13, 2015 - ca. 14.22 h +/- 20 min.
Egon Schiele - Self Portrait

Egon Schiele - Self Portrait

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Lot number: 17
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Over the course of his career cut short by the Spanish flu, Austrian artist Egon Schiele effectively changed Austrian art and European modernism. His wildly expressive works often dealt with the psyche and self-psychoanalysis. In this self-portrait, the artist renders his bust with tactile sculpting. Conceived in 1917 and cast in 1980, this patinated bronze sculpture is stamped with the artist’’’’s stamp, date and numbered 269 from an edition of three hundred. The work measures 11 inches in height. In overall good condition. Egon Schiele (Austrian, 1890-1918) A major figure of Austrian Expressionism, Egon Schiele’’’’s prolific figurative works paved the way for Modernism. A student at the Vienna Academy of Fine Art, Schiele left school in 1909 to form Neukenstgruppe, the New Art Group. It was during this time he met Gustav Klimt who helped him participate in the 1909 Vienna Kunstschau. This international exhibition garnered the artist great support from dealers and collectors; during this time his works became more expressive, and his self-portraits and portraits tinged with psychological and sexual motifs. The Spanish flu took Schiele’’’’ s life at the age of 28, but not before he exhibited at the 1918 Vienna Secesssion, which displayed over 50 works and brought him international acclaim. Today the largest collections of his work can be seen at the Egon Schiele-Musuem in Tulln, the Leopold Museum in Vienna, and the Osterreichische Galerie Belvedere in Vienna. Egon Schiele (after), Bronze, Self Portrait, 1980 Patinated bronze Austria, conceived 1917, cast 1980 After Egon Schiele (1890-1918) – Austrian Expressionist artist Stamped and dated in the cast with the artist’’ ’’s stamp near base ‘©1980©' Stamped and dated in the cast with the artist’’ ’’s stamp near base ‘©1980©' Numbered in the cast near base ‘269/300’’’’ Kallir 4F Dimensions: 11 in. (28 cm.) high Very good condition This object is sold through the New York office
Egon Schiele - Bildnis Arthur Roessler

Egon Schiele - Bildnis Arthur Roessler

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Lot number: 46
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Egon Schiele (Tulln 1890-1918 Vienna) "Bildnis Arthur Roessler", 1914, etching, probably one of 80 impressions (after the steel coating of the plate), plate size 23,8 x 31,9 cm, sheet size 35 x 50,2 cm, top edge of sheet trimmed, damaged, mounted on the back on the top edge of the sheet, framed, (EH) Literature:Otto Kallir, Egon Schiele. Das druckgraphische Werk, Paul Zsolnay Verlag 1970, 8b (ill. different impression); Jane Kallir, Egon Schiele. The Complete Works, London/New York 1990, Graphics 8b (ill. different impression)
Egon Schiele - Self-portrait

Egon Schiele - Self-portrait

Original 1917
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Lot number: 105
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Egon Schiele (Tulln 1890-1918 Vienna) Self-portrait, c. 1917, bronze, brown patina, signed Egon Schiele, numbered 236/300 casts (+ 30 casts numbered in Roman numerals) from 1980, height 28.5 cm, cast: Venturi Arte, Bologna (K) Jane Kallir, Egon Schiele, The Complete Works, New York, 1998, page 651, no. S-4f
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