Egon Schiele, "Self-Portrait with Peacock Waistcoat, Standing" (1911), gouache, watercolor, and black crayon on paper, mounted on board (collection of Ernst Ploil, Vienna, all images courtesy the Neue Galerie, New York)
Gerardo Dottori: "Lago Alba"
Gerardo Dottori - Lago umbro, (1942)
Burning City (1926). Gerardo Dottori (1884-1997) was an Italian Futurist painter. who signed the Futurist Manifesto of Aeropainting in 1929. Joined the Futurist movement in 1913 but only began to work in a fully Futurist style from 1914, producing landscapes & abstract compositions of rhythmical forms influenced by Balla & Boccioni. From c.1920 became preoccupied with the theme of landscape viewed from high above and distorted by the effects of speed, as if seen from an aeroplane.