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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Questo volume ricostruisce il fruttuoso sodalizio tra i pittori Ezio Gribaudo e Giorgio de Chirico, sfociato in diverse pubblicazioni e progetti espositivi, a partire dall'incontro dei due artisti nel 1968, quando de Chirico presenzio all'inaugurazione di una mostra di Gribaudo alla Galerie de France a Parigi.
Influido desde muy joven por el pensamiento de Nietzsche, Giorgio de Chirico (1888-1978) empezo a elaborar una estetica poetica que mas tarde llamaria metafisica, enamorado del misterio y el enigma frente a la alienacion del hombre habitada por la melancolia.
When he saw the metaphysical paintings of Giorgio de Chirico and a Surrealist show in Brussels in 1934 (which included his colleague, Rene Magritte), the young Delvaux promptly changed course and began painting his dreams with abandonment.
The setting, based by Michael Yeargari on the exaggerated perspectives of surrealist painter Giorgio de Chirico, still seem fresh after prior outings.
In a similar manner, the computer was able to sort Surrealist painters Salvador Dali, Giorgio de chirico, and Max Ernst into the same category, and it grouped Post-Impressionists like Paul Gauguin and Paul Cezanne together.
Similarly, the computer algorithm deduced that Gauguin and Cezanne, both considered post-impressionists, have similar artistic styles, and also identified similarities between the styles of Salvador Dali, Max Ernst, and Giorgio de Chirico, all are considered by art historians to be part of the surrealism school of art.
See art by such masters as Giorgio de Chirico, Paul Delvaux, Anne-Louis Girodet de Roucy-Trioson, Henry Moore (above) and Pierre-Auguste Renoir (below) in a small show at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, 1430 Johnson Lane.
Sabemos que Silvina Ocampo fue criada en enormes mansiones, con institutrices, que estudio dibujo y pintura con Giorgio de Chirico y que toda su vida transcurrio yendo y viniendo de Paris a Buenos Aires, suerte de opulanto segundo hogar de la cultura literaria y cultural.
As a student in Madrid, Dall got to know the Prado Museum and the cubist works of Picasso, Georges Braque, Juan Gris, and the metaphysical paintings of Giorgio de Chirico.
Classical images stand juxtaposed with modern icons of famous and familiar faces such as such as Leonardo Da Vinci, Giorgio de Chirico, Freud, Parajanov, and Brecht.
Esto decia Giorgio de Chirico en 1919, en su celebre articulo Sobre el arte metafisico.
The interior is a dramatic carving-out of space around an external courtyard, with shades of Giorgio de Chirico in its geometric regiment of dark shutters on plain white walls, and a soaring lobby.
Me hace pensar en la pintura metafisica del pintor italiano Giorgio de Chirico.
Giorgio de Chirico pinta a Gemma de Chirico [8], su madre, frente a un espejo, y en el reflejo se pinta a si mismo, esta es una obra cargada de gran simbolismo que a todas luces expone al artista como un gran Edipo, pintor.
Including such diverse artists as Tony Oursler (whose video and sound installation of a woman apparently trapped under a settee is one of the creepiest things you will ever see), Giorgio de Chirico, Sarah Lucas and the Paris photographers Brassei and Eugene Atget, it's a mixed bag to say the least, and a bit hit-and-miss in effect.