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Mo·di·glia·ni

 (mō-dē′lē-ä′nē, mō′dē-lyä′nē), Amedeo 1884-1920.
Italian painter and sculptor noted for the graceful elongated lines of his portraits and nudes, including Reclining Nude (1917).

Modigliani

(Italian modiʎˈʎaːni)
n
(Biography) Amedeo (ameˈdɛːo). 1884–1920, Italian painter and sculptor, noted esp for the elongated forms of his portraits

Mo•di•glia•ni

(moʊˌdi liˈɑ ni, ˌmoʊ dilˈyɑ-)

n.
Amedeo, 1884–1920, Italian painter in France.
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