The concise colors and lines are too pleasing to the eye, and the exhibits inside are quite wonderful. With audio explanations, we can appreciate the different artistic styles in Europe, broaden our horizons and increase our knowledge.
Egon Schiller’s works are extremely expressive, often depicting distorted figures and bodies in concise brushstrokes, and most of them are self-portraits and portraits. The expressions are mostly painful and helpless. This is related to the age of his life. During the First World War. The characters in the painting are very young, because Schiller only lived to be 28 years old, not due to war, but a pandemic. First, his pregnant lover died of the flu, and three days later Schiller died for the same reason.
This art center hidden in the ancient building is a museum commemorating the Austrian expressionist painter Egon Schiele, where you can learn about his life and artistic creation. Schiller lived in the town of CK in 1911, but because of using young girls as nude models, it caused the anger of the residents of the town, so he was also driven out of the town because of this or that problem. We did not enter to visit. The opening hours of the Art Center are from 10 am to 6 pm, and the ticket seems to be 120 or 140 crowns.
We had a great time here at the Egon Schiller Art Center, which is said to have been built a long time ago and is still very good to learn about WWI.
This gallery was originally set up to commemorate the local painter Schiller in Cesky Krumlov, but now there are very few exhibitions of his works. There is only one room. Most rooms on the other floors are used for various There are small temporary exhibitions, from deceased to living artists, all kinds, like a hodgepodge. The overall style is still relatively post-modern, and many works are rather strange and peculiar.