Giorgio Morandi

the art of silence

By Abramowicz, Janet & Morandi, Giorgio

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ISBN
978-0-30010-036-5
Publisher
New Haven, [Conn.] ; Yale University Press, c2004.


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Reviewed on May 15, 2005

Because of his legendary introverted nature and the claustrophobic atmosphere of his still-life paintings, Giorgio Morandi has been portrayed as a solitary and isolated figure in the world of modern art. This myth has, however, been carefully cultivated by the artist and many of his supporters. Abramowicz, an independent scholar specializing in Italian art, examines Morandi's involvement with artistic movements of the 20th century, es...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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