Fruit in the landscape by Giorgio de Chirico

The paintings of de Chirico confuse even the modern spectator, experienced in artistic innovations. They surprise not only the mysteriousness of the positions, but also the frequent distortion of scale,

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Self-portrait by Giorgio de Chirico

De Chirico painted several portraits of his second wife, Isabella, but, by and large, this genre was never particularly attracted to him. An exception to this rule was a series

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Return of Ulysses by Giorgio de Chirico

The fact that the surrealists declared de Chirico to be their forerunner is quite logical. His “dream” paintings are very close to surrealism. At the same time the works of

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Child’s mind by Giorgio de Chirico

This unusual painting de Chirico echoes with his other “metaphysical” canvases. Her character has almost no eyebrows, forcing to recall the bust of “Portrait of Guillaume Apollinaire.” Closed eyes of

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The Prodigal Son by Giorgio de Chirico

A special reality, consisting of objects of various shapes and textures, producing impressions of a welter against the backdrop of desert landscapes creating a new metaphysical world, vibrating on the

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Red Tower by Giorgio de Chirico

De Chirico is the poet of the city, but the city is very strange. It is quite obvious that the images of his urban landscapes have some personal significance for

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Enjoying poetry by Giorgio de Chirico

This is the typical “metaphysical” work of de Chirico, which is an attempt through a set of real images to reveal the “magical” meaning of being. The urban landscape here

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Archaeological cycle by Giorgio de Chirico

In 1927-1928 de Chirico repeatedly turned to the theme of archeology. Coinciding in time with the “gladiator” cycle, the cycle “archaeological” also appeals to theatricality and spectacular reflection of reality.

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