Portrait of Madame Reynouard
The original work is dated 1916 and is kept in Paris in a private collection. The painting is a close representation of a female body, wrapped in a black dress. The woman's face is simplified, reduced to a few brief lines; the elongated neck of the subject makes Modigliani's style unique.
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- Wood frame with edges of cm. 3.0 thickness
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- Ready to hang
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- Edges are finished on the sides
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- Full HD print on washable, UV-resistant canvas
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The original work is dated 1916 and is kept in Paris in a private collection. The painting is a close representation of a female body, wrapped in a black dress. The woman's face is simplified, reduced to a few brief lines; the elongated neck of the subject makes Modigliani's style unique. Despite the few colours used for the portrait, they are very intense and cared for in every detail. Modigliani was influenced by various artistic currents present in Paris in his time: cubism with its cured colours and attention to shapes; African art with extremely expressive but at the same time synthetic works; Impressionism, whose style and intense colours he appreciated. Despite these movements were for him a great inspiration, he never officially linked to one of them, being perpetually in search of his original and innovative style. His main interest has always been the human figure, studied through drawing, painting and sculpture. Of every face he keeps the main physiognomic characters, but at the same time he elaborates an idealized and mental vision: through the constant search for purification of the forms, it reaches mysterious and enigmatic images, according to a personal ideal of perfection. Thanks to its originality today, Amedeo Modigliani is universally considered as one of the greatest artists of the twentieth century and his works are exhibited in the greatest museums of the world.