oskar kokoschka

Nearly a century before today's discussions of "sexual distribution" and sex robots, there was Oskar Kokoschka and his creepy doll.
“The Blue House” (Blaues Haus) by Marc Chagal, “Les Masque et la mort” by James Ensor and “La famille soler” by Pablo Picasso
Klimt's mass appeal is undeniable. The 150th anniversary of the artist, celebrated in 2012, reminded the world just how much
Just as Sigmund Freud upended and challenged the way society viewed the psyche and sexuality in fin-de-siècle Vienna -- Schiele reached the same results with emotionally charged works that reflected his inner turmoil, desires, and fantasies.
An amazing recent discovery of a handwritten diary from 1913 proves that such historic personalities as Freud, Adler, Wittgenstein, Hitler, Stalin, Schoenberg, Berg, Kokoschka, Klimt and Schiele knew each other intimately.