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Alberto Savinio

Overview page. Subjects: Literature — Art.

(1892–1952).

Writer, composer, and painter. Born in Greece, he lived in Munich (1906–10) and, with his brother, Giorgio De Chirico, in Paris (1910–15), where he met Apollinaire and...

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Ardengo Soffici

Overview page. Subjects: Art — Literature.

(b Rignano sull’Arno, nr. Florence, 7 Apr. 1879; d Forte dei Marmi, nr. Viareggio, 18 Aug. 1964).

Italian critic and painter. From 1900 to 1907 he spent his formative years ...

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Arturo Martini

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(1889–1947).

Italian sculptor and painter, born at Treviso, where he served apprenticeships as a goldsmith and in a ceramics factory before turning to sculpture in 1906. He moved...

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Carlo Carrà

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(b Quargnento, Piedmont, 11 Feb. 1881; d Milan, 13 Apr. 1966).

Italian painter and writer on art, a prominent figure in both Futurism and Metaphysical Painting. He joined the...

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Giorgio De Chirico

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(1888–1978)

Italian painter, who was the originator of metaphysical painting and a precursor of surrealism.

Having studied in Athens and Munich, Chirico went to Paris,...

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Giorgio Morandi

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(1890–1964)

Italian painter of still lifes.

Morandi studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in his native Bologna from 1907 to 1913. He was influenced by the masters of the...

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Metaphysical Painting

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A style of painting invented by de Chirico in about 1913 and practised by him, Carrà (from 1917), Morandi (from 1918), and a few other Italian artists until about 1920. The term (Pittura...

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