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Italian Modern Art 22h
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He was called to embellish the Norashing Royal Palace in Venetian Gothic style. Pictured here: "Ingresso del tempio reale di Wat Phra Keo di Bangkok" (Entrance to the Royal Temple of Wat Phra Keo in Bangkok), 1906.
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Clemente Botelho Jan 31
Absence-Presence: Can’t replace visiting show, but keep pouring over the stunning + intriguing catalogue to Metaphysical Masterpieces- Morandi, Carra, Sironi. Thanks @italianmodernart
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Italian Modern Art Apr 7
Ardengo Soffici! Born this day in 1879. The Florentine artist wrote articles for La Voce on impressionism and cubism, and started to paint in a cubist vernacular. After WWI, he pledged allegiance to Mussolini.
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Dr. Antje Gamble 13 Mar 18
Had an awesome class in 19th century course talking about gendered representations and about to head into my italian modern class on post-war photography like...
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Italian Modern Art Nov 14
Enzo Cucchi! Born in 1949 the Italian painter and poet was a key member of the Transavanguardia movement, which peaked in the 80s. The term encompassed the art of a young generation following the Avant-garde art of the 60s.
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Italian Modern Art Nov 27
Gian Emilio Malerba! Born in 1880 in Milan, the painter and illustrator Malerba studied at the Brera Academy and was one of the founders of the Novecento italiano, a group of painters patronised by Margherita Sarfatti.
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Galleria Tega Feb 25
Unfortunately yesterday was the last day to visit the amazing show “Igloos” dedicated to at in this post Francesca near an amazing work from 1994!!!
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Clemente Botelho 16 May 17
Sheridan experiences Joyful-enchanting dialogue between works,viewer + environment at MariniMarino Museo,Florence
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Italian Modern Art Apr 17
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Pictured : Carol Rama in her studio (photo by Pino Dell'Aquila) and 'Untitled' (Bricolage), 1967, ink, doll eyes, glue on paper, 34 x 46 cm © Photo- Pino Dell’Aquila © Archivio Carol Rama, Turin
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Clemente Botelho Nov 20
"What shall I love if not the enigma?" A young Giorgio de Chirico inscribed this question on an early self-portrait, and so sets the subtext of his Metaphysical period...
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Neal Stimler 21 Jun 16
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Clemente Botelho 1 May 17
And now we can start our day… YES it is Buon Caffe! by Mimmo
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Clemente Botelho Jan 17
Emotional chill of Urban Landscape captures a frigid winter morning: Mario Sironi 1926- conflicting views on 20th C. promise of the Metropolis @italianmodernart @estorickcollection
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Clemente Botelho Nov 9
I'm a long way from home/and I miss my loved one so/ In the early morning rain/with nowhere to go - BD November is here… by Antony DeWitt
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Clemente Botelho 27 Apr 17
Student Grades audit done! Sun is shining!...& a great idea for afternoon bliss from Mimmo Rotella
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Dr. Antje Gamble 9 Jul 15
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Italian Modern Art Apr 6
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Do you notice any affinities between this picture and Morandi's 1919 'Natura morta'?
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Clemente Botelho Oct 29
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Neal Stimler 21 Jun 16
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Semplicemente M 28 Jan 18
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