The artist's depiction of four trees on a rolling hill, haunting and lovely under a layered sky. One of the major figures of Austrian Expressionism, Schiele's style developed out of the environment of the Viennese Secession and the powerful work of Gustav Klimt. He was unflinching in his depictions of figures and scenes, often integrating radical content that, in his hand, became startlingly beautiful.
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