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The original work is dated 1911. The artist represents his wife Annetta and their four children, in the garden of their house. . Background of the work is a flower garden, behind which you can see a reddish house. Giacometti uses colours very intensely, making them sometimes almost unreal.
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The original work is dated 1911. The artist represents his wife Annetta and their four children, in the garden of their house. Annetta is seated, and holds the youngest child in her arms; in front of them, in a blue dress and with long blond hair, stands their female daughter; at her side, covered by the trunk of an elderberry tree, there is a son, whose arm and part of the body can be seen; covered by the mother, on which he rests a hand, the last male child is depicted. Background of the work is a flower garden, behind which you can see a reddish house. Giacometti uses colours very intensely, making them sometimes almost unreal; through them he tries to express an emotion, giving them a strong expressive charge. He writes: "In the painting, colour must become light, form and life". He prefers to work outdoors, but always in an intimate and familiar environment, where he finds his greatest inspirations. Giacometti experimented with different styles during his artistic life. The artist's pictorial success is mainly due to his continuous desire to discover and search for new solutions. Alberto and Diego, sons of Giovanni Giacometti, undertook the artistic career as their father. They are among the most appreciated sculptors of the time.