Aims to set the record straight
impressive...strong accompanying text
a perfect opportunity, then, to see the unseen Schiele. -- Artists and Illustrators, May 2005
Schieles ability with expressionist nudes and erotic women translates to his takes on Austria most wonderfully. -- Darlington & Stockton Times (North Yorkshire), August 19, 2005 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Rudolf Leopold was a student of medicine when he first began to collect paintings by Egon Schiele. From the mid-1950s to 2000 Leopold held numerous world-wide exhibitions of the artist. In 2001, the Leopold Museum opened its doors to the public. Originally published in hardback (ISBN: 978-3-7913-3213-0), September 2004, £45.
Egon Sciele's figurative work is better known. This shows a great selection of land and townscape with lots of good information about his work.Published 3 months ago by Susan Smith
this is a great book very interesting I am pleased to find it.Published 5 months ago by Annie Watson
Wasn't what I expected ....perhaps my expectations were too high but not a very interesting read. The best art was on the front cover!Published 16 months ago by Mrs. L. F. Richards
More gloriously free work to encourage you to let go of exact reproduction and just go for the big picture.Published 16 months ago by Essell.
An interesting book but you really need to be into Schiele . The explanations are clear and concise. Some of his work is fabulous a lot rather dull. Read morePublished 23 months ago by steven davies
Schiele had been compared to Barbara Rae--whom I admire greatly. This book gave a good account of his life and work.Published on 5 May 2013 by A. L. Crompton