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Italy, The Disturbing muses

Italy, The Disturbing muses


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Filename: 940_18_87036286.jpg

Size: 2212 x 3270 (1.5MB)

Date: 9th March 2014

Source: Universal Images Group (UIG)

Source: De Agostini Picture Library

© DEA / L. CARRA

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Italy, The Disturbing muses

Giorgio De Chirico (1888-1978), The Disturbing Muses, ca. 1956

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Media ID 9455635

© DEA / L. CARRA

20th Century Style Abstract Bizarre Castle Chimney Eccentric Fantasy Giorgio De Chirico Ideas Mannequin Monument Out Of Context Shade Surreal Surrealism Symbol Variation Metaphysics


EDITORS COMMENTS
This print captures Giorgio De Chirico's masterpiece, "The Disturbing Muses" created around 1956. This monumental artwork takes us on a journey into the realm of abstract fantasy and surrealism. The image showcases an eccentric and bizarre scene, where various symbols intertwine with mannequins in a mesmerizing display. De Chirico's variation of sculpture and painting transports us to a castle-like structure, adorned with vertical chimneys that seem to defy gravity. The artist's metaphysical exploration is evident through the play of light and shade, creating an otherworldly ambiance. What makes this artwork truly intriguing is its human representation absence; it exists out of context, allowing viewers to delve deep into their own imagination and interpret the symbolism at play. As we gaze upon this fine art painting from the 20th century style, we are invited to contemplate profound ideas sparked by De Chirico's genius. The combination of monumentality and surrealist elements evokes a sense of mystery while challenging our perception of reality. This print serves as a testament to De Chirico's ability to create thought-provoking compositions that transcend time. Whether you are an art enthusiast or simply captivated by surrealism, this image offers a glimpse into Italy's rich artistic heritage while showcasing one of Giorgio De Chirico's most iconic works.

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