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  • I think Egon Schiele is the most amazing draftsman.

    January 2008

  • (One of those paintings, Portrait of Wally by Egon Schiele, is the subject of a ten-year court battle in which MoMA has opposed efforts of a Jewish family to reclaim the work.)

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  • Ms. Streisand, who joined the Lacma board in 2007, has collected works by German Expressionists such Egon Schiele and American masters like John Singer Sargent.

    The Power List

  • As art collectors, dealers, admirers of fine craft and design and curious passers-by step inside, they will be greeted by stands displaying beautiful objects ranging from outstanding single pieces of furniture by Modern and Contemporary masters and exquisite artist-made jewelry to sensuous ceramic pots and paintings by Cezanne and Egon Schiele.

    All the Beauty Under One Tent

  • Ms. Safra isn't alone in her love for Schiele: At least 31 works by the artist have been offered at auctions this year, and all but five found buyers; his "Houses with Colorful Laundry Suburb II" sold for a record-setting $40 million in June.

    Following the Smart Art Money

  • Schiele, who lived from 1890 to 1918, used spidery lines to draw and paint psychologically charged portraits of his friends and lovers.

    Following the Smart Art Money

  • "But, as Egon Schiele put it a long time ago, asked what he thought about modern art, his answer was, 'For me there is no such thing as modern art, art is spiritual, and therefore, ethereal.'"

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  • For colors, Matisse, Chagall and I really like Egon Schiele.

    The 'Downton' Designer

  • Klimt's golden period, when he often used gold leaf in his paintings, reached a high point in 1908 at the Kunstschau, a Viennese exhibition associated with figures like Hoffmann, as well as younger artists like Egon Schiele, who looked to Klimt as a mentor.

    A Golden Kiss for Klimt

  • Suddenly, Klimt and Schiele were grouped together with their groundbreaking contemporaries: Sigmund Freud, composer Arnold Schoenberg and philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein.

    A Golden Kiss for Klimt

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