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Amadeo Modigliani

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"Yet it has always been known that Modigliani, dedicated to art since he was young, devoted his intelligence to observing and learning so much, starting from that adolescent journey with his mother in 1900, which saw them crossing the country, to visit the artistic treasures of Naples, Capri, Rome, Florence and Venice and then around 1906, it made him choose Paris as the place where he wanted to lives and work, attracted by the cultural climate of the lively French capital at that time."
Gabriella Belli, excerpted from Modigliani, Sculptor Rediscovered in Modigliani Sculptor.

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Modigliani Sculptor
Modigliani Sculptor

Pbk, 9.5 x 11 in. / 240 pgs / 90 color / 30 bw. | 10/31/2011 | Awaiting stock
ISBN 9788836618873 | $60.00



Modigliani And His Models

Cloth, 9 x 11.5 / 158 pgs / Illustrated throughout | 10/1/2006 | Not Available
ISBN 9781903973813 | $65.00



Modigliani And His Models

Pbk, 9 x 11.5 / 160 pgs / Illustrated throughout | 10/1/2006 | Not Available
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Modigliani And His ModelsModigliani And His Models

Published by Royal Academy Publications.
Contributions by Amadeo Modigliani.

Focusing on erotic nudes, portraits and figures, this title examines Modigliani's oeuvre, exploring the myth that surrounds this misunderstood artist.

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Modigliani And His ModelsModigliani And His Models

Published by Royal Academy Publications.
Contributions by Amadeo Modigliani.

Reckless and dissolute in personality, but elegant and sensuous in his art, Amedeo Modigliani (1884-1920) is one of the best-known, and least understood, artists of the 20th century. This comprehensive and beautifully illustrated volume, based on new scholarship and featuring contributions written by distinguished American scholars, explores the myth that surrounds Modigliani -- including his troubled personal life and his death at age 35 -- and re-examines the position he holds within the history of early 20th century art. Focusing on his erotic nudes, portraits, and figures, Modigliani and His Models is also the first book to look at the lovers, models, and girlfriends who influenced his work.

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Modigliani SculptorModigliani Sculptor

Published by Silvana Editoriale.
Edited by Gabriella Belli, Flavio Fergonzi, Alessandro Del Puppo. Text by Clarenza Catullo.

To date, there have only been two exhibitions devoted to the sculptural work of the Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani (1884-1920): in 1911 at the Parisian studio of the Portuguese painter Amadeo de Souza Cardoso and in 1912 at the famed Salon d'Automne. Modigliani Sculptor is the product of six years of painstaking research, which uncovered unpublished and little-known historical documents. It takes into account relationships among the sculptors who lived or exhibited in Paris at the turn of the twentieth century, and also points to remarkable stylistic comparisons, illustrating a wide range of sources for Modigliani's sculptures including tribal and Oriental models. A true labor of love and art-historical excavation, Modigliani Sculptor will provide scholars and the general public with a unique opportunity to discover an almost unexplored chapter in the history of the great artist.

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