This supercondensed monograph looks at the paintings of Modigliani, known for his stylized portraits with tapering necks, from his debut in Italy to his time in Paris, as well as how the artist was able to merge the heritage of his country with the ideas of the artistic avant-garde and African art.
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About the Author
Francesca Marini is an art historian and a writer. She has published several artist monographs and dossier’s for Skira.