Giorgio Morandi

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still life 1956

Giorgio Morandi: Lines of Poetry

It was snowing heavily as we made our way from Highbury Corner to the Estorick Collection Gallery. London looked different, with colours drained to monochrome whites, blacks and greys. We were ab…

still life 1957

Still life, 1957 by Giorgio Morandi

A reticent and quiet man who eschewed the successive fashions of European modernism, Morandi devoted his artistic career to the unhurried contemplation of the objects and landscapes of his native Bologna. The objects he painted and drew were invariably prosaic. ...

still life 1955

Giorgio Morandi: Lines of Poetry

It was snowing heavily as we made our way from Highbury Corner to the Estorick Collection Gallery. London looked different, with colours drained to monochrome whites, blacks and greys. We were ab…

Still life 1957

Still life, 1957 by Giorgio Morandi

A reticent and quiet man who eschewed the successive fashions of European modernism, Morandi devoted his artistic career to the unhurried contemplation of the objects and landscapes of his native Bologna. The objects he painted and drew were invariably prosaic. ...

Still life 1960

Giorgio Morandi: Lines of Poetry

It was snowing heavily as we made our way from Highbury Corner to the Estorick Collection Gallery. London looked different, with colours drained to monochrome whites, blacks and greys. We were ab…

still life 1951

Still Life, 1951 - Giorgio Morandi - WikiArt.org

‘Still Life’ was created in 1951 by Giorgio Morandi in Magic Realism style. Find more prominent pieces of still life at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Natura Morta

Still Life Paintings by Giorgio Morandi

Giorgio Morandi is one of the best modern Italian painters and the greatest master of Natura Morta (still life) in the 20th century.

Still life 1956

Giorgio Morandi: Lines of Poetry

It was snowing heavily as we made our way from Highbury Corner to the Estorick Collection Gallery. London looked different, with colours drained to monochrome whites, blacks and greys. We were ab…

Still life 1957

Still life, 1957 by Giorgio Morandi

A reticent and quiet man who eschewed the successive fashions of European modernism, Morandi devoted his artistic career to the unhurried contemplation of the objects and landscapes of his native Bologna. The objects he painted and drew were invariably prosaic. ...

still life 1946

‘Still Life’, Giorgio Morandi, 1946 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Still Life’, Giorgio Morandi, 1946 on display at Tate Modern. Morandi’s still life features a number of household objects. He often included the same selection of familiar items in his works. He kept a supply of vases, bottles and jars in his studio to use in his still life paintings. In this work, the objects lose their domestic purpose, becoming sculptural objects. Through repeated studies of the same items, Morandi creates a sense of timelessness. His use of earthy and…