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Portrait of the Artist's Wife
Portrait of the Artist's Wife Egon Schiele, 1917
I love this, first because she looks like Raggedy Ann all grown up, and second because of the missing patterns on her skirt, and arched shoulders. Her fingers are red at the tips and wovvelly, and her whole appearance is sweet and haphazhard. From One Year One Painting. Your thoughts?