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Egon Schiele Simon Wilson

Egon Schiele By Simon Wilson

Egon Schiele by Simon Wilson

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An exploration of the influences that have shaped the Austrian Expressionist.

Egon Schiele Summary

Egon Schiele by Simon Wilson

The Austrian painter Egon Schiele (1890-1918) was a major figure in the birth of modern art. His uncompromising style of expression gave form to the anxieties and insecurities that beset Western culture at the turn of the century. In this beautifully illustrated book Simon Wilson discusses Schiele's role in the development of Expressionism and his vision of the artist in society.

About Simon Wilson

Simon Wilson is Consultant Curator at Tate Britain, London.

Table of Contents

From symbolism to expressionism; nude self-portraits - the self, metaphysical and sexual angst; female nudes; themes of life and death; the artist and society; landscape and townscape; portraits.

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Egon Schiele by Simon Wilson
Used - Very Good
Phaidon Press Ltd
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