Edited By Deborah Ascher Barnstone
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Lori A. Felton – Beyond The Self-Seers: The Creative Strategies within Egon Schiele’s Double Self-Portraiture
Figure 1.1 Egon Schiele, The Self-Seers I (Double Self-Portrait), 1910.
Figure 1.2 Egon Schiele, Prophets (Double Self-Portrait), 1911.
Figure 1.3 Egon Schiele, The Self-Seers II (Death and Man), 1911.
Figure 1.4 Anton Trčka, Schiele standing before “Encounter,” 1914–1915.
Figure 1.5 Egon Schiele, Transfiguration (The Blind II), 1915.
April A. Eisman – From Double Burden to Double Vision: The Doppelgänger in Doris Ziegler’s Paintings of Women in East Germany
Figure 2.1 Doris Ziegler, Brigade Rosa Luxemburg – Eva (one panel from a pentaptych), 1974/75, mixed technique on hard fiber, 125 × 80 cm (Lindenau Museum Altenburg).
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