Egon Schiele: eros and passion
An exciting appraisal of Schiele's sensual paintings. No other artist in early modern art depicted the body so candidly as Schiele, whose uncompromising truthfulness in allegedly pornographic imagery caused him to be imprisoned briefly in 1912.
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Affront to Decency
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