Art | June 01, 2006
Egon Schiele: Portraits of an Artist
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In [Schiele’s portraits] he rendered tortured emotional states against isolated, blank backgrounds. All of his stylized portraits reflected his own inner world. In fact, Egon Schiele’s art was a means to learn about his life, his loves, his sexuality.
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