Whenever I am icy cold, I think of Egon Schiele.
Schiele was an Austrian artist (1890-1918). He was a contemporary of Gustav Klimt and is famous for his figurative drawings. Most of his subjects look a bit hungry and cold: all protrudung bones and hollow eyes.
Schiele died of Spanish Influenza at the age of 28 and is considered one of the great European Expressionist artists.
He also did a few beautiful landscapes. When I look out the window today, it looks a bit like this.
|Egon Schiele, Autumn tree in movement, 1912|