Alberto giacometti

Discover the captivating sculptures and paintings of Alberto Giacometti, a visionary artist known for his unique style and profound influence on modern art. Immerse yourself in the world of this creative genius and be inspired by his masterpieces.
https://flic.kr/p/xo1Hfr | Alberto Giacometti - Pommes dans L’Atelier [1950] [Sotheby’s, New York - Oil on canvas, 70 x 42.5 cm] Painting & Drawing, Giacometti Paintings, 11 January, Alberto Giacometti, Piet Mondrian, Art Moderne, Still Life Painting, Life Art, Art Works

Alberto Giacometti - Pommes dans L’Atelier [1950]

Giacometti once quipped that only Francis Bacon had a messier studio than he did, perhaps indicative of a certain pride that he may have taken in his own permissive disorderliness. Yet, there are obvious elements of staging in these compositions that remind us of the artist's overall control of his environment. We can see this in the present work, where a few strategically placed ripe-red apples appear almost enshrined on a stool at the centre of the composition. The tension between order…

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21 Facts About Alberto Giacometti

1. Alberto Giacometti was born in Switzerland to an artistic family in 1901. His father was post-Impressionist painter Giovanni Giacometti; his father’s second cousin was Symbolist painter Augusto Giacometti; and his godfather Fauvist Cuno Amiet. In addition to his three younger siblings, two of"u2026

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Alberto Giacometti: Head of a Man in Profile - SAMBlog

Although Alberto Giacometti is most often remembered for his towering statues and landscape paintings, the artist began every new project with a sketch. Preferring either a ballpoint pen or pencil, he referred to the act of drawing as the “basis” for all of his artworks. In Alberto Giacometti: Toward the Ultimate Figure—the extensive retrospective which …

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