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 (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).


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


(moʊˌdi liˈɑ ni, ˌmoʊ dilˈyɑ-)

Amedeo, 1884–1920, Italian painter in France.
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