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Synonyms for Chirico

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

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A]fter all it all came from Chirico and he was not a surrealist he is very fanciful and his eye is caught by it and he has no distinction between the real and the unreal because everything is alike to him, he says so, but the rest of them nothing is alike to them and so they do not say so, and that is the trouble with them [.
Il raffronto tra il corpus artistico di De Chirico e Savinio si rivela ricco di suggerimenti e viene posto in luce un dialogo sorprendentemente intenso se si considera, tra l'altro, che i due fratelli avevano troncato ogni tipo di contatto diretto gia a partire dagli anni venti.
The Two Sisters (After de Chirico)" is Warhol's adaptation of de Chirico's "The Two Sisters," which is a painting that depicts two mannequin heads, a common subject used by de Chirico to represent a human figure.
El descubrimiento de un album con imagenes de seres mitologicos delineados con gran precision constituyo una revelacion para el joven De Chirico.
Aren't both symbols - the second-hand grotesquery which Chirico has made of the Venus and the already ironical selL reflexive banana - over-mediated items in the art-repertoire?
Avaya CEO Jim Chirico has announced that the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York has confirmed its second amended chapter 11 plan of reorganisation.
Chirico added: "I want to thank our customers and partners for their continued support.
Konta had only reached round two of a major tournament once before, at Flushing Meadows in 2012, but she made light work of Chirico, winning 6-3 6-0 in just one hour.
De Chirico is known mainly for the paintings he created between 1909 and 1918.
His portfolio includes works by in-demand artists such as De Chirico, Chagall and Cy Twombly.
In the case of the "odd couple" pairing of Philip Guston and Giorgio de Chirico, cocurated by Michael Taylor of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Santa Monica Museum of Art's Lisa Melandri, any "anxiety of influence" argument seemed countered at the outset by Guston's own declared admiration for de Chirico.
Besides Balanchine's, she clothed many ballets for Michel Fokine, Leonide Massine, Frederick Ashton, Agnes de Mille, and Jerome Robbins, and reproduced in three dimensions the designs of some of the great artists of her time: Marc Chagall, Salvador Dali, Pavel Tchelitchew, Giorgio de Chirico, Isamu Noguchi, Andre Derain, Balthus, Christian Berard, Leon Bakst, Cecil Beaton, Joan Miro, and Robert Rauschenberg.
The effect is increased by the amorphous plan and, inside, it is added to by rather blank and inexpressive individual buildings which sometimes cause the inner urban theatre with its exaggerated perspectives to have unsettling overtones of de Chirico.
assistant vice president Steven Chirico is speaking at the inaugural Reactions LatAm Re/Insurance Forum, being held today, May 9, at the Hilton Downtown, Miami, Florida.