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octopuspeace:

"Portrait of Miss Waerndorfer"
Artist: Egon Schiele
Year: 1913

octopuspeace:

Artist: Egon Schiele

un-expected-art:

Egon Shiele - Mother and Daugther - 1913

prehistoricfish:

Mime van Osen 

Egon Schiele

drrestless:

The essence of decadence; Progetto fotografico di Tania Brassesco e Lazlo Passi Norberto

ufansius:

Hauser mit bunter Wasche, “Vorstadt” II (Houses with Colorful Laundry, “Suburb” II) - Egon Schiele

toniiu:

Egon Schiele - Herbstsonne und Bäume, 1912

toniiu:

Egon Schiele - Herbstbaum mit bewegter Luft, 1912

paintmesir:

Self Portrait with Hands on Chest

Artist: Egon Schiele

Completion Date: 1910

Place of Creation: Czech Republic

(Source: paintmedownsir)

innsamling:

Clothed Woman, Reclining, c. 1910
Egon Schiele (Austrian, 1890-1918)
Charcoal and watercolor on paper
Private collection

(Source: wikiart.org)

ravenryu:

Woman with Yellow Blouse by Egon Schiele.

art-yeti:

Egon Schiele, Mother with Two Children; 1917

(Source: the-athenaeum.org)

lilacsinthedooryard:

Egon Schiele

Deuring Castle, Bregenz, 1912

drrestless:

Death and the Maiden

  1. Hans Baldung Grien
  2. Adolf Hering
  3. Egon Schiele
  4. Edvard Munch
  5. Raymond Douillet
  6. Norman Lindsay
  7. P.J. Lynch
  8. Joseph Beuys
  9. Marina Abramovic

Dying
Is an art, like everything else.
I do it exceptionally well. (Sylvia Plath)

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

Anderson wanted the piece to look similar to the work of Austrian painter Egon Schiele, which obviously influenced what he eventually turned in. After doing a ton of research and sketching, Pellegrino did seven finals and sent the best two to Anderson. “The actual working experience with Anderson was what all art direction should be like,” Pellegrino said. “His direction was clear, yet relaxed, which helped me understand what he was looking for while feeling free to be creative. Throughout the whole experience I never felt a stressful pressure which is astonishing to me considering how the work was to be used.  I attribute that to the working environment he and his team created. All in all it was a wonderful experience I’ll never forget.”

Rich Pellegrino

(Source: alsk00, via alsk00)