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Giorgio de Chirico

Giorgio de Chirico
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Giorgio de Chirico Biography

Giorgio de Chirico was born in Greece into the family of an Italian railroad engineer and later studied in Athens, Florence and Munich, where he was much influenced by Nietzsche's philosophy and Arnold Böcklin's Symbolist art. In 1910, de Chirico moved to Paris where he made contact with Picasso and befriended Guillaume Apollinaire (1880-1918), French poet and leader of the avant-gardistic movement rejecting poetic traditions in outlook, rhythm, and language

Giorgio de Chirico 17 Most Important Paintings and Artworks

Giorgio de Chirico Bibliography

Chambers Biographical Dictionary. Chambers. 1996.

Painting of Europe. XIII-XX centuries. Encyclopedic Dictionary. Iskusstvo. 1999.

Modern Art. By Sam Hunter et al. Harry N.Abrams, Inc. 2000

The Memoirs of Giorgio De Chirico by Giorgio De Chirico, Margaret Crosland (Designer). DaCapo Press, 1994.

Giorgio De Chirico: The Endless Voyage (Pegasus) by Wieland Schmied. Prestel USA, 2002.

Giorgio De Chirico and America by Emily Braun (Editor), Giorgio De Chirico. Umberto Allemandi, 1997.

De Chirico and the Mediterranean by Giorgio De Chirico (Illustrator), Jole De Sanna (Editor), Carlo Teha. Rizzoli International Publications, 1998.

Enigma of Giorgio de Chirico by Margaret Crosland. Dufour Editions, 2000.

De Chirico: The Metaphysical Period, 1888-1919 by Paolo Baldacci, Jeffrey Jennings (Translator), Giorgio De Chirico. Bulfinch Press;, 1998.