By: Roffo, Stefano, Ed.

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Hardcover; 31 pages of text; 60 pages, non-paginated, of pictures. Cover has some light edge wear, rubbing and bumping. DJ has light edge wear; in Brodart cover. Pages are clean and tight; printed on high quality, glossy paper. Red remainder dot on bottom of pages. Amedeo Modigliani [1884-1920], is among the most readily recognized of modern artists. Studying in Florence he was influenced by the Renaissance masters. He then moved to Paris where he was influenced by Cezanne, Picasso, Cocteau, Constantin Brancusi and African sculpture, he developed his simplified, elongated figures. Each of the 60 color and 4 b/w pages of plates are truly evocative of this artist's unique style, who tragically died in his mid thirties, in the midst of his still fruitful and evolving style. Oversized. ; Gramercy Great Masters Series Series; Remainder; B&W & Color Illustrations; 4to, 8 x 11; 91 pages

Title: Modigliani:

Author Name: Roffo, Stefano, Ed.

Categories: Cultural History, European History, Art, Biography/Memoirs/Journals,

Publisher: New York, Gramercy Books: 1994

ISBN Number: 0517100991

ISBN Number 13: 9780517100998

Binding: Pictorial Cover

Book Condition: Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket

Seller ID: 758

Keywords: Art: Artists; Modigliani; Italian Art; 20th Centur Art; Artists; Modigliani; Italian Artists; Modern Art;,