Амедео Модильяни - Женская голова 1912

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Amedeo Modigliani - Женская голова 1912

Женская голова 1912
63x15x24см камень известняк
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
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From The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York:
After meeting Constantin Brancusi, in 1909, Modigliani began to carve in stone, resulting in about twenty-five known sculptures. These abstracted, elongated heads had a significant stylistic impact on his subsequent figure and portrait paintings. It is fitting that this work, with its strong connection to African sculpture, was originally owned by French artist Frank Burty Haviland, whose famous collection of African art Modigliani knew well. Modigliani’s sculptures also reflect his knowledge of ancient Cycladic, Sumerian, Egyptian, Greek, and Oceanic art.