good for you man... nicely defended
I love Egon's stuff but as stated couldn't find a link with the music (In honesty I'm not the wildest Monk fan but i LOOOOVE Grant Green)
respectful regards, from me
I used Schiele's work (which is in the public domain in the United States) to reflect on Monk's transition into mental illness in his later years and Green's decline in health before his death. That is the link, in my mind, between Egon Schiele, Monk, & Green. I might be wrong, but I am inferring from the comments that being influenced by Schiele is a sign of artistic immaturity or a cliched rite of passage. If I am correct in my assumption, please expand. Thanks!