Portrait of Juan Gris by Amedeo Modigliani

Portrait of Juan Gris by Amedeo Modigliani

Most often, Modigliani was posed by his close friends, thanks to which many of the canvases of the artist look like a curious gallery of representatives of the artistic world of that time, in whose images the “golden age” of Parisian art was imprinted.

Modigliani left us portraits of artists Diego Rivera, Juan Gris, Pablo Picasso and Haim Soutine, sculptors Henri Loren and Jacques Lipschitz, writers Guillaume Apollinaire and Max Jacob. The only self-portrait of Modigliani, written by him in 1919, came to us several months before his death.

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