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Amedeo Clemente Modigliani (July 12, 1884 – January 24, 1920) was an Italian artist who worked mainly in France. Primarily a figurative artist, he became known for paintings and sculptures in a modern style characterized by mask-like faces and elongation of form. He died in Paris of tubercular meningitis, exacerbated by poverty, overwork, and addiction to alcohol and narcotics.
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Some of his famous paintings are Portrait of Jeanne Hébuterne - 1918, Red Nude - 1917, Reclining Nude II.
Modigliani Paintings have a great style attached with them which inspires millions of art lovers across the globe every year. This can be witnessed by the sales of Modigliani’s works in excessive numbers all around the world. From personal home decoration to books and art works, these paintings and works by Modigliani have spawned a great legacy beyond their existence. Modigliani’s art is still alive and glowing in the form of various products which are used by people in homes, offices, schools and many other places. The Modigliani paintings are rated amongst the top Italian art in modern history. And this is all because of the uniqueness and different style of Amedeo Modigliani.
Amedeo Modigliani’s initial efforts in the art industry started from the Academia di Belle Arti in Florence. Later on he shifted his works and efforts to France where he produced some amazing and mesmerizing works ever produced in the history of art in France. His death occurred in 1920 in Paris when he was just 35 years of age. But the short life span of Modigliani didn’t prevent him from bringing to the world some of the most influential paintings, which received universal critical acclaim. People today remember Modigliani for his tremendous contribution to the field of art and architecture.
The first exhibition, in which Modigliani’s works received wide exposure, was in 1917. The name of the gallery where his arts were exhibited was Berthe Weill Gallery. He had to leave Paris due to a sudden danger of occupation by Germans. After that he made his way to the southern coast side of France. This was the time when he prepared most of his famous woks and the ones which received wide fame.
After two years of struggle, he finally came back to Paris from where he started his career on a whole new level. He held several exhibitions at England and people finally started appreciating his work and showed great interest in buying his works. After a constant dedication to his work, he finally died in 1920 due to a serious ailment which led him to the deathbed.
Most of Modigliani’s works, which received wide critical acclaim include Seated Nude, Madame Pompadour, Reclining Nude, Jeanne Hébuterne in Red Shawl, Portrait of Maude Abrantes, Self-portrait etc. These are the same artworks which are still used by collectors and art lovers in decoration of homes.
The modern interior designers also suggest the presence of Modigliani’s artworks to enrich the household surroundings with unique and creative art. His other famous art works which catch the attention of modern art lovers include Hat and Portrait of Juan Gris and Rose Caryatid which are most frequently used in household decorations.
Many of Modigliani’s works are still under discussion and are interpreted by different artists in their own sets of thoughts. His portraits still serve as a great source of inspiration for modern artists. This is a unique idea which is taken in high esteem by many modern art lovers in pursuing their dreams.