Mystery and Melancholy of a Street  Giorgio de Chirico

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.

Self Portrait in the Studio, 1935  Giorgio de Chirico

: Self Portrait in the Studio Artist: Giorgio de Chirico Completion Date: 1935 Place of Creation: Rome, Italy

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

Fundamental, Rubini Profumi + Torino in Primavera, De Chirico

The cover for the European and Japanese versions of the PS2 game 'Ico', painted by director Fumito Ueda and inspired by the surrealist painter Giorgio de Chirico's 'The Nostalgia of the Infinite.'

Fumito Ueda (influenced by Giorgio de Chirico) - used as artwork for the video game 'ICO'

”The Uncertainty of the Poet” by Giorgio de Chirico, 1913

Giorgio de Chirico ‘The Uncertainty of the Poet’, 1913 © DACS, 2015

Turin Spring, Giorgio de Chirico    Completion Date: 1914    Place of Creation: Paris, France    Style: Metaphysical art    Genre: cityscape    Technique: oil    Material: canvas    Dimensions: 124 x

Turin Spring, 1914 - Giorgio de Chirico - In this piece, the artist uses space by altering the detail. The most detailed subjects are meant to be the closest. As the painting creates distance, it loses the detail much like it would in real life.

Giorgio de Chirico - Hector and Andromache, 1912

Giorgio de Chirico "Hector and Andromache", 1912 (Italy, Metaphysical Art, cent.


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