Egon Schiele created the captivating Seated Woman in Petticoat withgouache, watercolour and black pencil in 1917. This stunning art print showcases a solitary composition of a woman seated on the floor wearing her undergarments. Schiele employs a minimal colour palette, predominantly orange, white, black and purple. Schiele signed Seated Woman in Petticoat and the artists monogram is located in the lower right corner of this print. This art print evokes a feeling of innocent beauty, due to Schiele's impressive composition and minimalistic approach, a stunning piece of art history and figurative emotion, worthy of a special place in a contemporary, vintage or minimalist interior decor.
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Egon Schiele (1890 - 1918) was an Austrian artist and a protégé and close friend of Gustav Klimt. Schiele and Klimt constantly inspired each other's work. Regarded as one of the most radical painters of the 20th century, Schiele unapologetically painted using his recognisable elongated, angular figures in a honest characterisation of his subjects with bold continuous lines.
Schiele a true figurative artist would keep unbroken eye contact with his life model, not taking his pencil off the page whilst he drew. Embellishing his sketches and forms with bright colours, creating artwork with originality in his own famously celebrated artistic style.