There are clear similarities between Schiele's portrait and landscape paintings and those of Gustav Klimt, though the former did not use quite the same extravagance of gold leaf paint as his master had.

That said, colour was still an integral part of Schiele creating his modernist style, with his paintings loosely spread between art movements such as the Viennese Secession and the more general umbrellas of expressionism and symbolism.

As you look through the catalogue of work found here, it is clear to see the convergence between the work of Schiele and fellow members of the Viennese Secession, though they also all still held a certain level of autonomy in their style.