Giorgio de Chirico and the myth of Ariadne

By Taylor, Michael B. & De Chirico, Giorgio & Rolland, Guigone & Gale, Matthew & Ernst, Max & Tempest, Gerard Francis

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ISBN
978-1-85894-189-9
Publisher
London : Merrell, in association with the Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2002.


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Library Journal

Reviewed on February 15, 2003

The work of Italian painter Giorgio de Chirico (1888-1978) was a source of wonder and influence for the artists of his time and continues to inspire artists today. These two books examine the mythical themes that run through his works. The larger work, by Taylor (assistant curator, Philadelphia Museum of Art), which accompanies the exhibition in London and Philadelphia (which ended January 5), presents de Chirico's paintings of the Ariadne myth and considers his lifelong obsession with this haunting tale. The book emphasizes his impact on the artistic and philosophical world, especially the surrealists, who first lionized and la...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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