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Woman's Head - Amedeo Modigliani

Woman's Head, 1915 by Amedeo Modigliani.

Amedeo Modigliani (Italian, 1884-1920)  Portrait of the painter Baranovski,  1917  Oil on paper laid on canvas, 65 x 46 cm

amare-habeo: “ Amedeo Modigliani (Italian, Portrait of the painter Baranovski, 1917 Oil on paper laid on canvas, 65 x 46 cm ”

Seated Woman - Amedeo Modigliani - www.modigliani-foundation.org

Seated Woman Amedeo Modigliani Private collection Painting - oil on canvas

Portrait of George Ortiz, 1917 - Amedeo Modigliani

you are a poem that breathes - expressionism-art: Portrait of George Ortiz by.

Amedeo Modigliani

Amedeo Modigliani (Italian, Modernism, Nude Bust, Red gouache and black ink wash on wove paper

Amédéo Modigliani - Modern Art - L'enfant gras - Le titre est écrit dans le coin supérieur gauche. De temps en temps, l'Artiste peignait le titre pour identifier le modèle ou transmettre un message.

Amédéo Modigliani - Modern Art - L'enfant gras - Le titre est écrit dans le coin supérieur gauche. De temps en temps, l'Artiste peignait le titre pour identifier le modèle ou transmettre un message.

Kochelsee over the Bay, 1902 - Wassily Kandinsky

Kochelsee over the Bay, 1902 - Wassily Kandinsky Check out the website for

Amedeo Modigliani was the epitome of a tragic artist. Born to a bourgeois family in Italy, he later shunned his academic upbringing and willingly devolved into a poverty stricken vagabond. He was formally educated as a life painter in his teens, quickly developing a life-long infatuation with nudes. In 1902 he moved to Florence to study at the Academia di Belle Arti, at the “Free School of Nude Studies,” and a year later he moved to Venice as a fledgling artist, where he smoked hashish for…

Amedeo Modigliani was the epitome of a tragic artist. Born to a bourgeois family in Italy, he later shunned his academic upbringing and willingly devolved into a poverty stricken vagabond. He was formally educated as a life painter in his teens, quickly developing a life-long infatuation with nudes. In 1902 he moved to Florence to study at the Academia di Belle Arti, at the “Free School of Nude Studies,” and a year later he moved to Venice as a fledgling artist, where he smoked hashish for…

Amedeo Modigliani Caryatid c. 1912 635 x 457 mm Red pastel and blue crayon on paper Private collection

Amedeo Modigliani Caryatid c. 1912 635 x 457 mm Red pastel and blue crayon on paper Private collection

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