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Amedeo Modigliani

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These amazing Amadeo Modigliani Art Projects for Kids are perfect to learn about the artist who followed his heart & didn't want to be put in a box!

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“Avete mai amato così profondamente da condannare voi stessi all’inferno per l’eternità?Io l’ho fatto" J.Hébuterne pic.twitter.com/N3f7r1Nba2

““Avete mai amato così profondamente da condannare voi stessi all’inferno per l’eternità?Io l’ho fatto" J.Hébuterne”

Oil on panel;    67 x 51.5 cm.  Modigliani was born into a Jewish family of merchants. As a child he suffered from pleurisy and typhus, which prevented him from receiving a conventional education. In 1898 he began to study painting. After a brief stay in Florence in 1902, he continued his artistic studies in Venice, remaining there until the winter of 1906, when he left for Paris. His early admiration for Italian Renaissance painting—especially that of Siena—was to last throughout his life. I...

Oil on panel; 67 x 51.5 cm. Modigliani was born into a Jewish family of merchants. As a child he suffered from pleurisy and typhus, which prevented him from receiving a conventional education. In 1898 he began to study painting. After a brief stay in Florence in 1902, he continued his artistic studies in Venice, remaining there until the winter of 1906, when he left for Paris. His early admiration for Italian Renaissance painting—especially that of Siena—was to last throughout his life. In…

Modigliani, Amedeo (1884-1920) - 1917 Jeanne Hebuterne in Large Hat (Private Collection) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Oil on canvas; 55 x 38 cm. Modigliani was born into a Jewish family of merchants. As a child he suffered from pleurisy and typhus, which prevented him from receiving a conventional education. In 1898 he began to study painting. After a brief stay in Florence in 1902, he continued his artistic studies in Venice, remaining there until the winter of 1906, when he left for Paris. His early admiration for Italian Renaissance painting—especially that of Siena—was to last throughout his life. In…

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