Giorgio De Chirico - and shortly afterwards London 5 De Chirico won praise for his work almost immediately from writer Guillaume Apollinaire who

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Wertman, Brittany Art 001 Section 1 October 26, 2010 Artist ~ Giorgio de Chirico 1. Giorgio de Chirico 2. July 10, 1888 – November 20, 1978 3. Italian 4. Surrealism - scuola metafisica 5. Painting 5 Pieces of Art Related Biographical Information 1. He founded the scuola metafisica art movement. 2. After studying art in Athens and Florence , De Chirico moved to Germany in 1906 and entered the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich . 3. From 1918 his work was exhibited extensively in Europe. 4. In 1928 he held his first exhibition in New York City
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Unformatted text preview: and shortly afterwards, London . 5. De Chirico won praise for his work almost immediately from writer Guillaume Apollinaire , who helped to introduce his work to the later Surrealists . Artworks . 1. Love Song 2. 1914 3. Oil on Canvas 4. 436 x 540 5. France 6. Surrealism 1. The Red Tower 2. 1913 3. Oil on Canvas 4. 573 x 415 5. France 6. Surrealism 1. The Disquieting Muses 2. 1916 3. Oil on Canvas 4. 368 x 540 5. London 6. Surrealism http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giorgio_de_Chirico...
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This note was uploaded on 05/03/2011 for the course ART 001 taught by Professor Amburgy,patricia during the Spring '07 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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Giorgio De Chirico - and shortly afterwards London 5 De Chirico won praise for his work almost immediately from writer Guillaume Apollinaire who

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