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You never know what you’ll find at a thrift store for a shopping trip.

A drawing was bought at a Habitat for Humanity thrift store in the borough of Queens in new york city, it turned out that it was an original work by one of the masters of Expressionist art.

It is a pencil drawing of a nude woman lying on her back, and carries a number of chracteristics to make it consistent with the work of Egon Schiele, and a major figurative painter of the early part of the 20th century, who lived in Germany. These features include, among other things, the paper and type of pencil, and the style of the drawing itself, according to the Smithsonian.com.

“Ninety percent of the time they are wrong,” by Jane Kallir, of Galerie St. Etienne in New York city, which has a note about it in June of last year, he told the Art Newspaper. “Most of them are fakes — huge ones.”

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Kallir told Here that recently re-emerged in the painting was, most likely, in 1918, it won’t be long before the City of the dead from the Spanish flu at the age of 28.

According to the Art Newspaper, and the drawing is part of a series of 22 different works, two of which are believed to have been painted at the same time as the new piece. The other two drawings are in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Leopold Museum in Vienna, Austria, the netherlands, according to CNN.

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In his short career, the prolific artist has also created a few of the thousands of drawings and paintings, and his work was well-known for his raw depiction of human sexuality.

The Galerie St. Etienne, which is the representation of the new drawing as a part of an exhibition titled ” the Art Dealer and Scholar, who, in the course of October.

The work is for sale and the gallery believes that it will fetch between $100,000 and $200,000.

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