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The Mother & the Child - 1909
by Egon Schiele

Artist:  Egon Schiele

Size:  54 x 76 CM

Year:  2014

Condition:  Very good

Frame:  Never Framed

Art Movements:  expressionism  

Signature:  Hand Signed

Edition:  18/40

Price:  POA

Medium:  Lithography  

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FRANCE ART DIFFUSION Edition In partnership with the ALBERTINA Museum (Vienna - Austria). "THE MOTHER AND THE CHILD" - (Edith Schiele and her nephew) - 1915. Lithograph edited at only 40 exemplars from an original drawing from Egon Schiele of 1915 & for the first time in lithograph. From one of the last great French lithographer. A fourty copy special editing on Great Paper (Velin d'Arches 270g) numbered and hand-signed by the Lithographer. Drawn in the stone and hand-printing color by color on lithographic flat press. Great Format - Plate in 4 colors. Each lithographic stone is systematically destroyed after being used. Therefore the printing of drawings is only issued once and in compliance with the number of expected editions. Title : "THE MOTHER AND THE CHILD" Technique : Lithograph from an original drawing in charcoal. Date of the lithograph : 2014 Editor : France Art Diffusion Origin : Albertina Museum (Vienna - Austria) Lithography workshop : Atelier A Fleur de Pierre (Paris). Lithographers : Etienne de Champfleury & Jean-Pierre Stholl. Lithograph in 4 colors n° 18/40. Size : 29,9x21,3 inches / 76x54 cm. Paper : Velin d'arches 270g. Signature : Hand-signed & numbered in pencil by the lithographers. Hand-signed in pencil by the editor. Personal stamp (embossing) of the editor. CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY

Egon Schiele

Schiele was born in 1890 in Tulln, Lower Austria. His father, Adolf Schiele, was the station master of the Tulln station in the Austrian State Railways; his mother Marie, née Soukupová, was a Czech from Český Krumlov (Krumau), in southern Bohemia.As a child, Schiele was fascinated by trains, and would spend many hours drawing them, to the point where his father felt obliged to destroy his sketchbooks. When he was 11 years old, Schiele moved to the nearby city of Krems (and later to Klosterneuburg) to attend secondary school. To those around him, Schiele was regarded as a strange child. Shy and reserved, he did poorly at school except in athletics and drawing, and was usually in classes made up of younger pupils. He also displayed incestuous tendencies towards his younger sister Gertrude (who was known as Gerti), and his father, well aware of Egon's behaviour, was once forced to break down the door of a locked room that Egon and Gerti were in to see what they were doing (only to discover that they were developing a film). When he was sixteen he took the twelve-year-old Gerti by train to Trieste without permission and spent a night in a hotel room with her.

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