Harms and Schiele developed their romance over the course of 1914, despite the fact that Schiele was still involved with his model, Wally Neuzil. It goes without saying that Edith emphatically advocated for an end to Egon’s relationship with Wally, which of course was not an easy step for Schiele to take.
Egon Schiele [Austrian Expressionist Painter, Edith Schiele, Seated, 1915 Gouache, watercolor and black crayon on paper Private collection What others are saying «Egon Schiele – Edith with Striped Dress, Sitting – 1915 – Graphite, brush and gouache on paper – 402 x 508 mm – …
Egon Schiele, “Portrait of the Artist’s Wife, Standing (Edith Schiele in Striped Dress)” (1915), oil on canvas. Collection Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, The Hague, The Netherlands.
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This is part three of a three-part post on the works of Austrian artist Egon Schiele. For biographical notes see part one. For earlier works see also parts one and two.
Egon Schiele Drawings Gustav Klimt Pablo Picasso Blue Dresses Gouache Modern Art Contemporary Art Watercolor Georges Braque Forward Femme en robe bleue – Egon Schiele
Egon Schiele (1890-1918). Egon Schiele Lithograph Gouache titledThe Scournful One. The size of the artwork is 50.2×35.6cm. This lithograph is a numberedLimited Edition of 100 and has exemplaire Authentication numbered out of 100 from the Presses of Max Jaffe, Vienna 1969.
The model was likely Schiele’s wife, Edith Harms, then twenty-four, whom he married in 1915 and who died of influenza only three days before he did. Only partially dressed but with her strawberry-blond hair carefully coiffed, the figure wears a bright blue striped jacket over a white striped shirt — the attire of a respectable lady.