Egon Schiele (Austrian, 1890-1918): Eva Freund, 1910. Chromolithograph, from an unknow edition, on paper, framed.
Egon Schiele was a leading figure of the Austrian Expressionist movement most well known for his emotionally and sexually-charged portraits and self-portraits. Schiele frequently drew himself or his sitters in the nude from unsettling angles and in revealing, erotic poses. His work boldly defies conventional norms of beauty and instead focuses on creating a raw, direct and often shocking depiction of his subject.
24.25 x 19 inches framed; 17 x 12 inches sight
Acquired in a private sale, 2014, Private collection, Wisconsin, USA.
Very good condition; no notable flaws.
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