Giorgio de Chirico

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Noun1.Giorgio de Chirico - Italian painter (born in Greece) whose deep shadows and barren landscapes strongly influenced the surrealists (1888-1978)
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RR: One choice that seemed exactly like you was de Chirico, who at the end of his life made counterfeits of his own earlier paintings, as well as replicas with variations.
A Thomas Benton B David Hockney C Giorgio de Chirico D Marcel Duchamp 11.
Es facil detectar algunas coincidencias con De Chirico, si, pero los planos cortantes o las geometrias sobre brillantes espacios de luz a la manera poscubista desencantaron pronto a Morando, que se declina por la indacion de las raices figurativas.
In its quieter, more contemplative moments, which are rare, it insinuates the atmosphere of a de Chirico painting.
In Rome, she met Giuseppe Ungaretti, who translated parts of her first novel, and Giorgio de Chirico who painted her portrait.
Ademas del desagrado de subir dos pisos por escaleras electricas fuera de servicio, las sorpresas negativas se presentaron desde el primer pasillo con la exhibicion de las galerias Terreno Baldio de la Ciudad de Mexico y Raffaella de Chirico Contemporanea de Turin, Italia.
Stefano Cecchetto, Memorie ritrovate: Ezio Gribaudo e Giorgio de Chirico, Skira: Milano, 2014; 138 pp.
Las Vanguardias ocupan su lugar en la mirada de Giorgio de Chirico, Jean Dufy y el surrealismo de Salvador Dali.
The poetics of movement, suggested through topical examinations of "geographies of loss" (107) in Djuna Barnes (Caselli), the "politics and poetics of space" (123) in James Joyce's Ulysses (Pelaschiar), the Anglo-German poetics of Christopher Isherwood (Sullam), and the positioning of Joyce and De Chirico in Beckett's Endgame (Restivo), relates how intersecting discourses of spatial disruption and dislocation give way to "form and aesthetics" (xvi).
Original artworks attributed to Lajos Kassak, Willem De Kooning, Marino Marini (sculptor), Giorgio De Chirico, Robert Rauschenberg, Joan Miro and Keith Haring among over 400 items.
There is a theme of iconic artwork throughout the decor of the restaurant with pieces by artists such as Andy Warhol, De Chirico and photos by Helmut Lang.
Para Clair la obra de Giorgio de Chirico tiene el mismo significado que la de Durero en su epoca: asi como el grabado Melencolia I de Durero redefinio la melancolia de los antiguos, los cuadros metafisicos de Chirico han dibujado el perfil de la nueva melancolia.