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La tour rouge, 1913, Giorgio de Chirico, Venise, Collection Peggy Guggenheim

La tour rouge, 1913, Giorgio de Chirico, Venise, Collection Peggy Guggenheim

Giorgio de Chirico - The Red Tower - irrational perspective, the lack of a unified light source, the elongation of shadows, and a hallucinatory focus on objects. ominously silent and vacant settings for invisible dramas. The absence of event provokes a nostalgic or melancholy mood  feels the imminence anxiety ensues.every object has two appearances: one  seen by people in general; the other, a spectral or metaphysical appearance

Giorgio de Chirico - The Red Tower - irrational perspective, the lack of a unified light source, the elongation of shadows, and a hallucinatory focus on objects. ominously silent and vacant settings for invisible dramas. The absence of event provokes a nostalgic or melancholy mood feels the imminence anxiety ensues.every object has two appearances: one seen by people in general; the other, a spectral or metaphysical appearance

Giorgio de Chirico (attribué à), Deux mannequins, Ca. 1920. Huile sur toile, 80,5 x 54 cm, Musées royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, Bruxelles.

Giorgio de Chirico (attribué à), Deux mannequins, Ca. 1920. Huile sur toile, 80,5 x 54 cm, Musées royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, Bruxelles.

The Bank of Thessaly - Giorgio de Chirico

The Bank of Thessaly - Giorgio de Chirico

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