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  • Donna con calze nere
  • Donna con calze nere
  • Woman in black stockings
  • Woman in black stockings
Donna con calze nere

Woman in black stockings

This picture by Egon Schiele dated 1913, represents Wally Neuzil, his model and lover, lying and sensual. As in many other masterpieces, we find the socks to be the protagonists. Wally is painted with her legs crossed, covered only partially by her rough clothes and black stockings, a symbol used by Schiele in many of his paintings to show off a high charge of eroticism and sensuality.
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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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This picture by Egon Schiele dated 1913, represents Wally Neuzil, his model and lover, lying and sensual. As in many other masterpieces, we find the socks to be the protagonists. Wally is painted with her legs crossed, covered only partially by her rough clothes and black stockings, a symbol used by Schiele in many of his paintings to show off a high charge of eroticism and sensuality. The features are dry and without frills, like the spontaneous and sincere message Schiele wants to convey. Through a brush, he expressed all his emotions, and he did it without allusions or elegant representations. The subject is placed in a complicated position, without any support, her hands and legs intertwined. These aspects are a clear reference to the bourgeoisie who is not very accommodating to the author's ideas and transgressive choices. Because of his drawings of naked or half-naked women and such an explicit representation of sex, Schiele was emancipated and criticized by the bourgeois and traditional Vienna in which he spent most of his life. An existence marked by tormented loves, by provocations and by the scandal of his arrest in 1912, accused of having taken advantage of a minor.

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