Egon Schiele

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Egon Schiele - Self-portrai

Egon Schiele - Self-portrai

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Egon Schiele (1890-1935), Self-Portrait, Bronze, c. 1917/1980 Bronze with brown patina Austria, around 1917/1980 Egon Schiele (1890-1918) – Austrian painter and graphic artist With the signature of the artist, the date and the copyright lower left in the cast ‘Egon Schiele © 1980 ©’’’’ as well as numbered ‘224/300’’’’ Posthumous cast from 1980 Cast by Venturi Arte, Bologna Published by Collector‘s Club, Wien Catalogue raisonné: Kallir S-4f Overall dimensions: circa 28 x 19 x 24 cm Very good condition Expressive self-portrait by the Austrian artist; posthumous casts of this bronze fetch up to €11,400 at international auctions This object is sold through the Berlin office Detailed description This bronze is a posthumous cast after a clay model created by Egon Schiele around 1917. The cast is by Venturi Arte, Bologna and was published in ... 106659 > Read more
Egon Schiele - Self-portrait

Egon Schiele - Self-portrait

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Egon Schiele (Tulln 1890-1918 Vienna) Self-portrait, c. 1917, bronze, brown patina, signed Egon Schiele, numbered 223/300 casts (+30 casts numbered in Roman numerals) from 1980, height 28.5 cm, cast: Venturi Arte, (K) Jane Kallir, Egon Schiele, The Complete Works, New York, 1998, page 651 / no. S-4f
Egon Schiele - Weiblicher Akt Mit Erhobenen Armen (female Nude With Raised Arms)

Egon Schiele - Weiblicher Akt Mit Erhobenen Armen (female Nude With Raised Arms)

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Lot number: 237
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Egon Schiele 1890 - 1918 WEIBLICHER AKT MIT ERHOBENEN ARMEN (FEMALE NUDE WITH RAISED ARMS) - RECTO ZWEI WEIBLICHE AKTE (TWO FEMALE NUDES) - VERSO signed Egon Schiele and dated 1912 (towards lower right, viewed in landscape orientation) - recto pencil on paper 48 by 31.8cm., 18 7/8 by 12 1/2 in. Drawn in 1912. Read Condition Report Read Condition Report Register or Log-in to view condition report Saleroom Notice Provenance Willy Verkauf, Vienna (sale: Stuttgarter Kunstkabinett, Stuttgart, 20th-21st May 1960, lot 576) Galerie Kornfeld (acquired at the above sale) Frank C. Elmer, New York (sale: Sotheby's, New York, 14th November 1985, lot 121) Galerie St. Etienne, New York Galerie Daniel Varenne, Geneva Acquired from the above by the grandfather of the present owner Exhibited New York, Galerie St. Etienne, Oskar Kokoschka and his time, 1986-87, no. 62 Literature Jane Kallir, Egon Schiele. The Complete Works, New York, 1998, recto: no. 1016, and illustrated p. 465 & verso: no. 1113, and illustrated p. 476
Egon Schiele - Self-portrait

Egon Schiele - Self-portrait

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Description: Bronze, brown patinated Austria, around 1917/1980 Egon Schiele (1890-1918) - Austrian artist With the signature of the artist, the date and the copyright lower left in the cast 'Egon Schiele © 1980 ©' With the punched numbering '253/300' Posthumous cast Foundry Venturi Arte, Bologna Published by Collector's Club, Wien Catalog raisonné: Kallir S-4f Dimensions: 27,7 x 17,5 x 24 cm Very good condition Expressive self-portrait by the Austrian artist; a posthumous cast of this bronze fetch up to €11,400 at international auctions This bronze was cast posthumously in the Italian foundry Venturi Arte in Bologna and published in 1980 by the Collector's Club in Vienna in an edition of 300 + XXX copies. It was made by a clay model that Egon Schiele created around 1917. Self-portraits in which the artist deals with himself and his psyche, play an important role in his oeuvre. The bronze is assigned with the signature of the artist, the date and the copyright lower left in the cast 'Egon Schiele © 1980 ©'. There it also bears the punched numbering '253/300'. The bronze is in very good condition. It measures 27.7 x 17.5 x 24 cm. Egon Schiele (1890-1918) Egon Schiele, along with Gustav Klimt and Oskar Kokoschka, is one of the most significant artists of the Wiener Moderne. His exceptional talent was discovered early on. Schiele was accepted to the Academy of Fine Artsin Vienna at the young age of 16, leaving after only three years to found the Neukunstgrupp in 1909. In the same year four of his artworks were exhibited at the Internationale Kunstschau. Influenced by Gustav Klimt, whom he first met in 1907, Schiele soon developed a completely unique style. At the age of 20 he was already a mature artist. After leaving Vienna in 1911, Schiele experienced one of his most productive periods. His lifestyle, however, was seen as scandalous outside the capital. He was even imprisoned on charges of 'public immorality'. Schiele served in the Austrian army during World War I. During his first months of service he had an intermittent access to his Vienna studio. In 1916, however, he was transferred to a POW camp in a remote rural community, and found less time for creative work. Only upon his return to Vienna in 1917 did Schiele's artistic output return to its prior level. In 1917 and 1918, his work was shown in Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Helsinki. Schiele achieved his breakthrough in 1918 with a group exhibition of the Vienna Secession, where he was able to present a wide selection of paintings and drawings. He subsequently participated in A Century of Viennese Painting at the Kunsthaus Zurich as well as shows in Prague and Dresden. The 28-year-old had just reached the peak of his success when the Spanish Flu took his life along with that of his pregnant wife Edith. (fea)
Egon Schiele - Self-portrait

Egon Schiele - Self-portrait

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Egon Schiele (Tulln 1890-1918 Vienna) Self-portrait, c. 1917, bronze, brown patina, signed Egon Schiele, numbered 216/300 (+30 casts numbered in Roman numerals), height 29 cm, cast: Venturi Arte, Bologna 1980, (K) Jane Kallir, Egon Schiele, The Complete Works, New York, 1998, page 651 / no. 5-4f
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