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MODIGLIANI 7/9 OUTPUT – SCULPTURE – SKETCH – QUESTION OF INFLUENCES COPYRIGHTS TO ALL PHOTOS BELONG TO THE ORIGINAL AUTHORS 1884 1920

FIRST PART THE BEGINNING OF HIS LIFE. PART TWO ART STUDENT YEARS. THIRD PART MICHELI AND THE MACCHIAIOLI. PART FOUR EARLY LITERARY INFLUENCES. PART FIVE PARIS, ARRIVAL. PART SIX TRANSFORMATION. PART SEVEN OUTPUT, SCULPTURE, QUESTION OF INFLUENCES. PART EIGHTH THE WAR YEARS , JEANNE HÉBUTERNE. PART NINTH NICE, DEATH, LEGACY, CINEMA. :

FIRST PART THE BEGINNING OF HIS LIFE. PART TWO ART STUDENT YEARS. THIRD PART MICHELI AND THE MACCHIAIOLI. PART FOUR EARLY LITERARY INFLUENCES. PART FIVE PARIS, ARRIVAL. PART SIX TRANSFORMATION. PART SEVEN OUTPUT, SCULPTURE, QUESTION OF INFLUENCES. PART EIGHTH THE WAR YEARS , JEANNE HÉBUTERNE. PART NINTH NICE, DEATH, LEGACY, CINEMA. THIS SERIES CONSISTS OF 9 SEPARATE PARTS Slideshow automatic or manual for your comfort of reading

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7 Part seven We already saw in the first part ... The beginning of his life We already saw in the two part ... Art student years We a lready saw in the third part … Micheli and the Macchiaioli We already saw in the four part … Early literary influences We already saw in the five part … Paris, arrival . We already saw in the six part ... Transformation

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Output During his early years in Paris, Modigliani worked at a furious pace. He was constantly sketching, making as many as a hundred drawings a day. However, many of his works were lost—destroyed by him as inferior, left behind in his frequent changes of address, or given to girlfriends who did not keep them. [13] He was first influenced by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, but around 1907 he became fascinated with the work of Paul Cézanne. Eventually he developed his own unique style, one that cannot be adequately categorized with other artists. Young servant girl, 1918

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Blonde Woman Portrait of Germaine Survage , 1918

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nude , 1917

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nude elongated , 1917

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He met the first serious love of his life, Russian poet Anna Akhmatova , in 1910, when he was 26. They had studios in the same building, and although 21-year-old Anna was recently married, they began an affair. [] Tall (Modigliani was only 5 foot 5 inches) with dark hair (like Modigliani's), pale skin and grey-green eyes, she embodied Modigliani's aesthetic ideal and the pair became engrossed in each other. After a year, however, Anna returned to her husband.

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SCULPTURE

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Sculpture In 1909, Modigliani returned home to Livorno, sickly and tired from his wild lifestyle. Soon he was back in Paris, this time renting a studio in Montparnasse. He originally saw himself as a sculptor rather than a painter, and was encouraged to continue after Paul Guillaume, an ambitious young art dealer, took an interest in his work and introduced him to sculptor Constantin Brâncuşi . Although a series of Modigliani's sculptures were exhibited in the Salon d'Automne of 1912, by 1914 he abandoned sculpting and focused solely on his painting, a move precipitated by the difficulty in acquiring sculptural materials due to the outbreak of war, and by Modigliani's physical debilitation. [15]

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Question of influences Modigliani painted a series of portraits of contemporary artists and friends in Montparnasse: Chaim Soutine, Moise Kisling , Pablo Picasso, Diego Rivera, Marie " Marevna " Vorobyev-Stebeslka , Juan Gris, Max Jacob, Blaise Cendrars , and Jean Cocteau, all sat for stylized renditions. At the outset of World War I, Modigliani tried to enlist in the army but was refused because of his poor health. Portrait of Diego Rivera , 1914.

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SKETCH

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References 13. a b Werner, Alfred (1985). Amedeo Modigliani . New York: Harry N. Abrams , Inc.. pp. 24. ISBN 0-8109-1416-6. 15. Klein, Mason , et al., Modigliani: Beyond the Myth , page 197. The Jewish Museum and Yale University Press , 2004.

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Texts Wikipedia CREATIVE COMMONS http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amedeo_Modigliani Photos Images from Internet (These photos is in the public domain in the United States ) Music Infinite Love - Music For Movie par Walter Mazzaccaro - Preview of “ Napule” CREATIVE COMMONS - Licence by- nc - sa 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ COPYRIGHTS TO ALL PHOTOS BELONG TO THE ORIGINAL AUTHORS

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