Egon Schiele was regarded as a scandalous artist and an eccentric: ruthless in judgement of himself and others, uncompromising in his art, unrestrained in his lifestyle. As just 28 he fell victim to the Spanish flu, which had raged through Europe with an intensity greater that the recently ended First World War.
What remains a deeply impressive and disturbing oeuvre, consisting of numerous works of paper, drawings and watercolors, a series of paintings and some graphic works.
Languages: Romanian, English, Czech, Greek, Polish, Slovak.
Format: Hardback with a jacket
Size: 180 x 180 mm