Egon Schiele (June 12, 1890 – October 31, 1918) (pronounced [ˈʃiːlə], approximately SHEE-luh) was an Austrian painter, a protégé of Gustav Klimt, and a major figurative painter of the early 20th century.

Schiele's body of work is noted for the intensity and the large number of self-portraits he produced. The twisted body shapes that characterize Schiele's paintings and drawings make the artist a notable exponent of Expressionism. The most important collection of Schiele's work is housed in the Leopold Museum, Vienna.

Egon Schiele was born in Tulln on the Danube. His father, Adolf, worked for the Austrian State Railways as a station master; his mother, Marie, was from Krumau, in Bohemia. As a child, he attended the school run by the Stift Klosterneuburg, where his arts teacher K.L. Strauch recognized and supported Schiele's artistic talent.

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Black-haired girl with high skirt - Egon Schiele -
Black-haired girl with high skirt
Masturbation - Egon Schiele -
Seated Woman With Bent Knee - Egon Schiele -
Seated Woman With Bent Knee
A woman nude body - Egon Schiele -
A woman nude body
Self Portrait With Hands On Chest - Egon Schiele -
Self Portrait With Hands On Chest
Woman With Blue Stockings - Egon Schiele -
Woman With Blue Stockings
Standing nude man - Egon Schiele -
Standing nude man
Nude woman hair-dressing - Egon Schiele -
Nude woman hair-dressing
Sexual act, study - Egon Schiele -
Sexual act, study
Masturbation 2 - Egon Schiele -
Masturbation 2
Langhaariger Akt, vornubergebeugt, Ruckenansicht - Egon Schiele -
Langhaariger Akt, vornubergebeugt, Ruckenansicht
Standing nude young girl - Egon Schiele -
Standing nude young girl

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