Giorgio de Chirico

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Italian painter (born in Greece) whose deep shadows and barren landscapes strongly influenced the surrealists (1888-1978)


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DeChirico noted that the people who man the hotlines have bachelor's or master's degrees--often in psychology, social work, counseling, or education.
Ginsberg recalls sleeping inside the Taj Mahal, "a sublime joint, like being inside a perfect symmetrical 3-D DeChirico canvas, you get that particular infinity sensation around it, like a time machine.
Colonel Dechirico was part of a site activation task force that studied the future manpower needs required for the 304th RQS.
But we must applaud this fine revival not least because of its 1940s chic and deChirico arcades up-stage.
Exactitude and his taste for the kind of outre facts which delights Davenportians like myself, observations on everyone from Xenophanes, Umberto Eco, Charcot, Theocritus, and DeChirico to Nietzsche, William Carlos Williams, and Conan Doyle, are only part of the bouquet Davenport lays on our table.