Giorgio Morandi - Work, writings, interviews

The research and refinement of his poetic vision of still life painting and landscapes, as well as engraving and, within it, etching, throughout his life have given Giorgio Morandi a position of deep respect in the history of modern art. This volume describes the life and creative activity of this committed and enigmatic 20th century Bolognese artist. Influenced by Giotto, Cézanne, the metaphysical painters and the Cubists, his work defies any attempt to label it. His still lifes and landscapes are serene groupings of mute objects, yet Morandi still provokes a tension between them that speaks to spatial relationships, negative space, and nuances of light and color. His paintings seem to exist in a world outside of time, luminous and full of mysterious life. Author: Karen Wilkin Language: Spanish Pages: 160 pp. Dimensions: ‎ 29 x 22.5 cm Publisher: ‎ Polígrafa Editions Binding: Hardcover Conservation: It may show marks and slight damage
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