Ompare and contrast the portraiture of Klimt with the portraiture Schiele

This is a main discussion about the main similarities and differences between portraits by gustav klimt and by egon schiele. Portraiture of this time was identified with the flourishing of modern art in Vienna during its fin-de-siA?cle: artists worked to the demands of patrons, and in Vienna modern artists were compelled to focus on the image of the individual.This must focused round the fin-de-siecle in vienna and should argue all aspects and of their works: subject-matter, aesthetic, medium, social aspect (if needed). The fact that Schiele was Klimts protege is huge factor in this essay so this would make a good introduction. The introduction should not just be a history of fin-de-sciele vienna, klimt and schiele, it must focus soley on the title which based on their portraiture and when this mainly formed after the fall of the hapsburgs empire. I think 2 portraits each per artist would create enough demonstration for a good comparison and contrast. We see that the focus in this era was on the individual which i feel is a huge factor and contribution to this essay and also his portraits of women, maybe there is a good link with this between the two artists, but also seeing their differences must insightful and learned.

Referencing Requirements:
although it is stated harvard in the selection, the referencing must be in the style of foot-notes, numbering each reference and then stating the book author and page numbers that were used for that reference in the foot note at the end of the page. I know this is similarly Chicago, but it important that footnotes are used in this essay. 50 references are required but many references can come from the same book or source, but 50 footnotes minimum are required. I have a book list here that may be of help:
C. Ashby, T. Gronberg, S. Shaw-Miller (eds), The Viennese Cafe and Fin-de-Siecle Culture, Berghahn Books, 2013
C. BrandstA¤tter (ed.) Vienna 1900 and the Heroes of Modernism (Thames & Hudson, London, 2006)
A.J. P. Taylor, The Habsburg Monarchy (Harmonsworth, 1948)
W. M. Johnston, The Austrian Mind (Berkeley, 1972)
C. E. Schorske, Fin-de-siA?cle Vienna (London, 1979)
A. Sked, The Decline and Fall of the Habsburg Empire 1815-1918 (London, 1989)
E. Nielsen (ed.) Focus on Vienna 1900: Change and Continuity in Literature, Music, Art and Intellectual History (Houston German Studies, no. 4, Munich: W. Fink, 1982.)
S. West, Fin De SiA?cle: Art and Society in an Age of Uncertainty (London, 1993)
J. Le Rider, Modernity and the Crisis of Identity (Polity Press, 1993)
S. Beller (ed.) Rethinking Vienna 1900 (N.Y.& Oxford, 2001)
C. B. Bailey, Gustav Klimt: Modernism in the Making (Nat. Gallery of Canada, 2001)
T. G Natter & C. Grunenberg (eds), Gustav Klimt: Painting, Design and Modern Life (Tate Publishing, 2008)
T.G. Natter & M. Hollein (eds), The Naked Truth: Klimt, Schiele, Kokoschka and other Scandals (Prestel, 2005)
T.G. Natter & G. Frodl (eds), Klimtas Women (New Haven, 2000)
S. Simmons, a?Ornament, Gender and Interiority in Viennese Expressionisma, Modernism/modernity, vol. 8 no.2, 2001, pp. 245-276.
C. E. Schorske, Fin-de-siA?cle Vienna (London, 1979)
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F. Whitford, Gustav Klimt (Artist in Context, London, 1993)
F. Whitford, Egon Schiele (London, 1981)
W. Fischer, Egon Schiele 1890-1918: Desire and Decay (KA¶ln, 1994)
C. Nebehay, Gustav Klimt: from drawing to painting (London, 1994)
G. Fliedl, Gustav Klimt 1862-1918: The World in Female Form (KA¶ln, 1994)
A. Comini, Egon Schieles Portraits (Univ. of California Press, 1974)
P. Werkner, Austrian Expressionism: The Formative Years (SOSS, 1993)
P. Werkner (ed.) Egon Schiele: Art, Sexuality and Viennese Modernism (SOSS, 1994)
Marie-AmA©lie zu Salm-Salm (ed.), Klimt, Schiele, Moser, Kokoschka: Vienna 1900 (Paris, 2005)
K. SchrA¶der, Egon Schiele: Eros and Passion (Prestel, 1995)
S. Partsch, Gustav Klimt: Painter of Women (Prestel, 1999)
S. West, Fin De SiA?cle (London, 1993)
G. Blackshaw, a?The Pathological Body: Modernist Strategising in Egon Schieleas Self-Portraits,a in Oxford Art Journal, 30, 2007