Tulln an der Donau 1890–1918 Vienna
Young Woman leaning forward, her Head resting on her folded Hands (Adele Harms)
Confidently delineated in pencil, this is a typical relatively late drawing by Egon Schiele and most likely portrays the artist’s sister-in-law, Adele Harms. In style and subject matter our sheet relates to a group of female figures made in the last year of Schiele’s life, 1917-18.
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