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 (kîr′ĭ-kō′, kē′rē-), Giorgio de 1888-1978.
Italian painter whose surreal works make use of deep shadow and perspective, barren landscapes, and elements of classical architecture and sculpture.


(Italian ˈkiːriko)
(Biography) Giorgio de (ˈdʒordʒo de). 1888–1978, Italian artist born in Greece: profoundly influenced the surrealist movement


(ˈkɪər ɪˌkoʊ)

Giorgio de, 1888–1978, Italian painter.
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Noun1.Chirico - Italian painter (born in Greece) whose deep shadows and barren landscapes strongly influenced the surrealists (1888-1978)
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27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Helly Nahmad Gallery and Phoenix Ancient Art are pleased to announce their first ever collaboration, an exhibition juxtaposing twentieth century paintings by Giorgio de Chirico and genuine Greek and Roman antiquities, all sourced from preeminent private collections, and never before seen together in the public eye.
IMPRESSIVE KONTA INTO ROUND TWO BRITISH number two Johanna Konta cruised to a second grand slam victory of her career as she thrashed American wild card Louisa Chirico in the US Open first round.
Louisa Chirico, who battered Heather Watson 6-3 6-0 in her DC curtain-raiser, is 2-1 from 11-5 to continue the good work against Alize Cornet and the world number 128 could trouble the Frenchwoman in the US capital.
HEATHER Watson made an early exit from the Citi Open in Washington as she crashed to a firstround defeat against American wildcard Louisa Chirico.
Chirico is the medical director of the Department of Diagnostic Radiology for Cabell Huntington Hospital and serves as professor and chair of the Department of Diagnostic Radiology for the Joan C.
Chirico is affiliated with Pennsylvania State University
AUSTIN, Texas, May 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- 34 Commerce today announced the hiring of Vince Chirico as Chief Revenue Officer to lead large enterprise, re-seller strategies and sales of 34 Commerce and Cinsay's Smart Store (TM) technology.
As we head into the heart of the summer reading season, sales are likely to continue exceeding even our most optimistic forecasts," Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group president Anthony Chirico (http://media-center.
The Roman apartment where Giorgio de Chirico lived with his wife Isabella from the period following World War II until his death, in 1978, is no exception: The innovative and original charge of his work clashes with the cozy, bourgeois environment of his home.
Baird will join Citigroup in August and report to John Chirico and Richard Zogheb, the co-heads of capital markets origination for the Americas.
De Chirico, armed with all this rich and complex personal material, came to painting at the right time, just before World War I.
EXHIBITION/De Chirico, Max Ernst, Magritte, Balthus: A Look into the Invisible