Details about *Superb* Portrait Painting of a Female - Signed - Egon SchieleSee original listing
23 Apr, 2014 19:00:35 BST
[ 11 bids ]
Staffordshire, England, United Kingdom
|Self-Representing Artist?:||No||Medium:||Mixed media|
|Subject:||Nudes||Date of Creation:||Unknown|
On Offer - A Superb Graphite, Watercolour and pastel Portrait Drawing of a Female - Signed - Egon Schiele
Serious bidders ONLY please. Please read the description.
Item Description - This is a very nice, mixed media drawing of an elegant looking female, which, can only be described here, as beautiful, stunning marks and composition, executed in a very free flowing manner which has an undeniable energetic feel to it, stunning composition and stunning image. It is signed on the lower right edge in pencil - Egon Schiele. Executed in graphite watercolour and pastel. The paper is in good condition condition, it has yellowed, and minor handling marks but, this does not detract from the image.
This is a beautiful drawing.
Please understand that the drawing has No provenance and therefore is sold as 'After' or In the 'Manner of' Egon Schiele.
Sold 'as is', unframed. When this drawing is mounted and framed it looks magnificent and would enhance any interior. Sold without the frame and matting, for illustration purposes only. Colours will vary from screen to screen depending on your settings.
Approx Dimensions - 26cm x 32.5cm.
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Since this is an unproven work, it should not be purchased as an investment and your bids should be made accordant with artistic value.
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