Giorgio de Chirico (Italian 1888-1978)  The Disquieting Muses, 1947 Image: 38 1/2 x 26 1/8 in (97.8 x 66.4 cm); UIMA  University of Iowa Museum of Art

Giorgio de Chirico (Italian The Disquieting Muses, 1947 Image: 38 x 26 in x cm); UIMA University of Iowa Museum of Art

Giorgio de Chirico - The Song of Love, 1914 Painting that deeply affected young Rene Magritte and helped him develop his signature style.

Love Song, 1914 by Giorgio de Chirico, Greek surrealist who founded the movement Scuola Metafisica. De Chirico's influence can easily be seen in the work of Dali and Magritte.

Giorgio de Chirico, Melancholia (1916)

Melancholia

Giorgio de Chirico, Melancholia 1916 oil on canvas 20 x 26 inches (The Menil Collection, Houston)

Giorgio De Chirico

De Chirico - Hector et Andromaque

Artist: Giorgio de Chirico Completion Date: 1914 Place of Creation: Paris, France Style: Metaphysical art Genre: cityscape Technique: oil Material: canvas Dimensions: 124 x 99.5 cm Gallery: Private Collection

Georgio de Chirico: Mystery and Melancholy of a Street. Georgio de Chirico was influenced by Nietzsche's philosophy and Bocklins Symbolist art. He was founder (with Carlo Carra) of Metaphysical Painting.

Giorgio de Chirico. Mystery and Melancholy of a Street. 1914. Oil on canvas. 88 x 72 cm. Private collection.

Giorgio de Chirico- Giorgio de Chirico used space in this painting to create the appearance of closeness of the upside down figure and the distance of the horse and building.

de Chirico's Nostalgia of the Infinite. Melancholy.

nickkahler: “ Giorgio de Chirico, Nostalgia of the Infinite, 1911 (via MoMA) ”

Giorgio de Chirico  - Restless Muse

Giorgio de Chirico - Restless Muse -- "Although the dream is a very strange phenomenon and an inexplicable mystery, far more inexplicable is the mystery and aspect our minds confer on certain objects and aspects of life.

Giorgio de Chirico (1888-1978)  Self Portrait in the Studio, 1935   Giorgio de Chirico was a Greek-born Italian artist. In the era before World War I he established the art movement, scuola metafisica, which would inspire surrealists. After 1919, Chirico had a change in the direction of his art. He acquired interest in traditional techniques of the neoclassical or neo-Baroque style.

Self Portrait in the Studio - 1935 - Giorgio de Chirico - oil on cavans

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