The Memoirs Of Giorgio De Chirico

The self portrait that emerges in these pages is, like de Chirico s early canvases, a projection of the obsessions and inner conflicts of an artist of unequivocal integrity, who, gradually insulating himself from crumbling values, became convinced of his own creative supremacy at the center of the universe.
The Memoirs Of Giorgio De Chirico The self portrait that emerges in these pages is like de Chirico s early canvases a projection of the obsessions and inner conflicts of an artist of unequivocal integrity who gradually insulating

  • Title: The Memoirs Of Giorgio De Chirico
  • Author: Giorgio de Chirico
  • ISBN: 9780306805684
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Memoirs Of Giorgio De Chirico”

    1. de Chirico is a hoot! He's hysterical! And he has the classic artist ego thing down pat. I actually went to see a retrospective of his work in Tokyo - and it was so horrible, that it became fascinating to me. And of course in his memoir he loves all his horrible paintings. He also loathes all contemporary art of the time - including everything by the Surrealists. Perfect artist memoir. Get it!

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