Live models for figures, landscape oil sketching in front of the motif, the sensuous nude, narratives with multiple readings, incredibly loose brushwork, and so much more than portraits.
Although known for his paintings of nudes, many of his subjects were fully-clothed, and most were powerful women who overcame adversity.
With the exception of his early history paintings and a few portraits of men, his entire career was devoted to painting beautiful women.
Narrative works by Corinth, Klimt, and others; figurative work by the same two, Schiele and Munch.
One more outstanding landscape, and a series of figurative works, one of which may show his aspirations for the future.
More figurative works from 1915, in which he continued to push boundaries, and one brilliant landscape from the following year.
Landscapes influenced by Hodler dominate his painting prior to the First World War. They seem timeless and eternal, some of his finest art.
Held in custody on charges of seducing a girl under age, these years were not easy. But his landscapes developed well, thanks to the influence of Klimt.
Focussing particularly on his landscapes, this short series commemorates the centenary of his death a century ago.
Between 1905 and 1916, he often painted his models in front of a mirror, and played games with their reflections.