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drrestless:

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

ekkert-heiti:

Anton Josef Trcka. Egon Schiele 1914

altrodiletto:

Klimt Kokoschka Schiele

jskaphobe:

A nice quote I stumbled on today by Egon Schiele. #quotes #handwriting #Egon Schiele (Taken with Instagram)

heavve:

Okay, so I was looking through our bookshelves and I found a book about Egon Schiele, aka my favourite artist, how did I not know we had this!! (I know this is really lame and uninteresting to people, but ugggh)

(Source: frncsczkv)

fantasticvol:

Egon Schiele.2012.Vienna

(via fantasticvol-deactivated2014072)

iriskaruna:

this week’s reads :)

theblackcat79:

Exzesse (1981)

Mathieu Carrière as Egon Schiele, Jane Birkin as Wally Neuzil, Christine Kaufmann as Edith Harms

(via theblackcatzon)

egonegon:

dead schiele

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bonesandbows:

Jugendstil by Eric Nehr

clintcatalyst:

Al Farrow : Steel Head/Sculpture of Egon Schiele
 

inanticorder:

#vienna #museum #schiele afternoon at #mq - i ate lentil soup and drank coffee with ice cream. (Taken with Instagram)

yepapples:

its okay to be jealous. just a 482 page book on Egon Schiele’s work and life

centuryguild:

1. The Century Guild booth at San Diego Comic-Con 2012.

2. Malleus Rock Art Lab’s silkscreened poster for Thomas Negovan (available for purchase HERE) + framed original illustrations by Cursed Pirate Girl creator Jeremy A. Bastian.

3. A selection of fine art antiques: bronze by Stanislav Szukalski; period lithographs by Egon Schiele, Gustav Klimt, Alphonse Mucha, and Marcel-Lenoir; original Art Nouveau “Spiderweb” ceramic vase by Amphora

4. Painter Gail Potocki with director Guillermo del Toro.

5. Gallery director and recording artist Thomas Negovan with actor Andy Serkis.

6. Artist Dave McKean and design director Jack.

7. Gail Potocki, with her fabulous limited edition “FREAKS” tees (featuring Jo-Jo the Dog Faced Boy and Annie Jones the Bearded Lady, available for purchase HERE).

8. A glimpse at what it’s like on the convention floor: a sea of ever-moving bodies and constant stimulation.