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  • Wally in red blouse
  • Wally in red blouse
Wally in camicia rossa

Wally in red blouse

"Wally in a red blouse" is a painting by Egon Schiele dated 1913 and conserved at the Belvedere Gallery in Vienna. The protagonist of the portrait is Wally Neuzil, model, lover and the closest person to Schiele until 1915. The background of the painting is bare, of a natural colour, in stark contrast to the strong colours used to paint the lover, a stroke desired by the painter to draw all the attention on the female subject.
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Dimensions
cm. 60x90
1 - Characteristics and Properties
Fir wood frame with rounded edges of cm. 3.0 thickness
2 - Characteristics and Properties
Ready to hang
3 - Characteristics and Properties
Edges are finished on the sides
4 - Characteristics and Properties
Full HD print on washable, UV-resistant canvas
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"Wally in a red blouse" is a painting by Egon Schiele dated 1913 and conserved at the Belvedere Gallery in Vienna. The protagonist of the portrait is Wally Neuzil, model, lover and the closest person to Schiele until 1915. The background of the painting is bare, of a natural colour, in stark contrast to the strong colours used to paint the lover, a stroke desired by the painter to draw all the attention on the female subject. In the painting, the anguished and sick relationship that the artist had with sex clearly transpires. Wally is depicted lying down, with an attentive gaze and turned towards the observer in an explicitly sensual pose and totally devoid of sentimentality. The semi open red shirt, the stockings and the raised skirt give a touch of sensuality and eroticism to the work. Just this way, sometimes racy, to imagine a thought have made Schiele an artist very criticized in his time. He stayed with Wally in Krumau, until he was forced to move to Vienna because of the rough criticism received by the inhabitants of the town. There he did not have much luck. In 1912 he was arrested on charges of taking advantage of a minor. In 1915 he interrupted the relationship criticized by many with his muse, to undertake a more regular life by binding to the bourgeois Edith Harms.

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