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Amedeo Modigliani By Blago Kirof
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This Art Book contains annotated reproductions of Amedeo Clemente Modigliani masterpieces, date and interesting facts page below. Amedeo Clemente Modigliani was an Italian painter and sculptor who... More > worked mainly in France. Primarily a figurative artist, he became known for paintings and sculptures in a modern style characterized by mask-like faces and elongation of form. He was first influenced by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, but around 1907 he became fascinated with the work of Paul Cézanne. Eventually he developed his own unique style, one that cannot be adequately categorized with those of other artists. Modigliani died in Paris of tubercular meningitis, exacerbated by poverty, overwork and addiction to alcohol and narcotics.< Less
Amedeo Modigliani: 230 Plates By Maria Peitcheva
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Amedeo Modigliani was the epitome of a tragic artist. Although he purposely created a life in which chaos, poverty, and trouble lurked in every corner, he was a prolific artist. He sketched... More > furiously, sometimes drawing over 100 sketches in a day, but many of his works were lost, given away, or in some cases, destroyed by Modigliani himself. His favorite subject was by far the human form, painting the likenesses of other artists, such as Pablo Picasso, Diego Rivera, Max Jacob, and Juan Gris, who all sat for the artist. His formal works are characterized an elongation of the human form and mask-like faces, and his work is so unlike any other of his time that it still defies classification.< Less
Amedeo Modigliani: Drawings By Narim Bender
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Amedeo Modigliani was the essence of a tragic artist. He sketched furiously, sometimes drawing over 100 sketches in a day, but many of his works were lost, given away, or in some cases, destroyed by... More > Modigliani himself. His favorite subject was by far the human form, painting the likenesses of other artists, such as Pablo Picasso, Diego Rivera, Max Jacob, and Juan Gris, who all sat for the artist. His formal works are characterized an elongation of the human form and mask-like faces, and his work is so unlike any other of his time that it still defies classification. During his time, other artists imitated him by engaging in a self-destructive lifestyle, and still today, his fame lives on in 9 novels and dozen films.< Less
Amedeo Modigliani: 122 Paintings and Drawings By Maria Tsaneva
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Amedeo Modigliani was the quintessence of a tragic artist. After he discovered narcotics, he developed the philosophical confidence that the only path to creativity was through defiance of social... More > rules and chaos in life. Living in Paris, he had affairs with women, drank heavily, smoked hashish, and drank absinthe. He was against all of the excesses of a Bourgeois lifestyle, and thus stripped them from his life, even destroying paintings that he had made in his earlier years. Thus he began a life which would ultimately end with his untimely death and the suicide of his grief-stricken wife and their unborn child. Although he purposely created a life in which chaos, poverty, and trouble lurked in every corner, he was a prolific artist. His formal works are characterized an elongation of the human form and mask-like faces, and his work is so unlike any other of his time that it still defies classification.< Less
Modigliani: Drawings By Daniel Coenn
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Amedeo Modigliani was the quintessence of a tragic artist. He contracted tuberculosis at an early age, which may be one reason why he so willingly engaged in self-destructive behavior. Living in... More > Paris, he had affairs with women, drank heavily, smoked hashish, and drank absinthe. He was against all of the excesses of a Bourgeois lifestyle, and thus stripped them from his life, even destroying paintings that he had made in his earlier years. Modigliani sketched furiously, sometimes drawing over 100 sketches in a day, but many of his works were lost, given away, or in some cases, destroyed by Modigliani himself. His favorite subject was by far the human form, characterized an elongation and mask-like faces, and his work is so unlike any other of his time that it still defies classification.< Less
Modigliani: His Palette By Arron Adams
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Amedeo Modigliani was the epitome of a tragic artist. Although he purposely created a life in which chaos, poverty, and trouble lurked in every corner, he was a prolific artist. He sketched... More > furiously, sometimes drawing over 100 sketches in a day, but many of his works were lost, given away, or in some cases, destroyed by Modigliani himself. His favorite subject was by far the human form, painting the likenesses of other artists, such as Pablo Picasso, Diego Rivera, Max Jacob, and Juan Gris, who all sat for the artist. His formal works are characterized an elongation of the human form and mask-like faces, and his work is so unlike any other of his time that it still defies classification.< Less
Modigliani: 121 Masterpieces By Ann Kannings
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Amedeo Modigliani was the quintessence of a tragic artist. After he discovered narcotics, he developed the philosophical confidence that the only path to creativity was through defiance of social... More > rules and chaos in life. Living in Paris, he had affairs with women, drank heavily, smoked hashish, and drank absinthe. He was against all of the excesses of a Bourgeois lifestyle, and thus stripped them from his life, even destroying paintings that he had made in his earlier years. Thus he began a life which would ultimately end with his untimely death and the suicide of his grief-stricken wife and their unborn child. Although he purposely created a life in which chaos, poverty, and trouble lurked in every corner, he was a prolific artist. His formal works are characterized an elongation of the human form and mask-like faces, and his work is so unlike any other of his time that it still defies classification.< Less
Modigliani: Drawings 102 Colour Plates By Maria Peitcheva
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Amedeo Modigliani was the essence of a tragic artist. He sketched furiously, sometimes drawing over 100 sketches in a day, but many of his works were lost, given away, or in some cases, destroyed by... More > Modigliani himself. His favorite subject was by far the human form, painting the likenesses of other artists, such as Pablo Picasso, Diego Rivera, Max Jacob, and Juan Gris, who all sat for the artist. His formal works are characterized an elongation of the human form and mask-like faces, and his work is so unlike any other of his time that it still defies classification. During his time, other artists imitated him by engaging in a self-destructive lifestyle, and still today, his fame lives on in 9 novels and dozen films.< Less
The Meaning of Manuel By Ben Kearvell
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Reason requires etiquette. Here there is none. The Meaning of Manuel is a comedy of errors and an error of comedies. A group of artists in a small town find Manuel, who does not understand poetry and... More > has not read Shakespeare. Tell the story, let the story tell you. Inspired by Amedeo Modigliani's Portrait of the Painter Manuel Humbert, The Meaning of Manuel explores notions of identity, creativity, language and misunderstanding.< Less
Quarterly Art Review and Reference guide: Baterbys Spring Auction - February 7th 2009 Soft Cover By Baterbys
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This is the official guide to the February 7th 2009 Auction held in Orlando,Fl. Artists featured include: PIERRE BONNARD MARC CHAGALL ALICE NEEL JOAN MIRO EDGAR DEGAS AMEDEO MODIGLIANI... More > SALVADOR DALI MAILLOL ALFRED MORANG WILLIAM VINCENT KIRKPATRICK LEONOR FINI JACK LEVINE This indispensible art reference guide is published quarterly and features: Museum descriptions Reviews Expert discussions Write ups Biographies of world-famous artists Art terminology and auction guide More than an auction listing, this book serves as a reference source for dealers, collectors, galleries, museums and new buyers alike.< Less

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