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Gerti Schiele in a Plaid Garment — Egon Schiele – Biblioklept

Gerti Schiele in a Plaid Garment — Egon Schiele – Biblioklept

Egon Schiele

Egon Schiele

Egon SCHIELE(Austrian) Gerti Schiele In Plaid 1909 Offset Lithograph Art Print

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Egon SCHIELE(Austrian) Gerti Schiele In Plaid 1909 Offset Lithograph Art Print

LA LIBERTAD DE EGON SCHIELE - Buscar con Google

LA LIBERTAD DE EGON SCHIELE - Buscar con Google

aneleh: “ Egon Schiele, Hands One thing we share, is worshipping the image of a person, we never knew. — Adam Fitzgerald ”

aneleh: “ Egon Schiele, Hands One thing we share, is worshipping the image of a person, we never knew. — Adam Fitzgerald ”

Art by Gustav Klimt                                                                                                                                                                                 Más                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

Art by Gustav Klimt Más Más

Wiener Werkstätte - Vienna Secession - Postcard #288 by Egon Schiele

Wiener Werkstätte - Vienna Secession - Postcard #288 by Egon Schiele

Egon Schiele                                                                                                                                                                                 Plus

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rosie-riot: “ Egon Schiele ”

rosie-riot: “ Egon Schiele ”

"Adele Bloch-Bauer I" (1907, Wien). DETAIL: Paintings inside paintings. Studded with precious metals. Opulent patchwork of ornaments, where Mycenaean gold mingles with Byzantium. Creating the overall impression of a religious idol. This is Klimt’s expression of the decadent, morbid passion for jewelry. However, the triumph of this goddess is also her prison, captured in her precious tapestries, sealed alive inside a wall of gems.

"Adele Bloch-Bauer I" (1907, Wien). DETAIL: Paintings inside paintings. Studded with precious metals. Opulent patchwork of ornaments, where Mycenaean gold mingles with Byzantium. Creating the overall impression of a religious idol. This is Klimt’s expression of the decadent, morbid passion for jewelry. However, the triumph of this goddess is also her prison, captured in her precious tapestries, sealed alive inside a wall of gems.

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