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Giorgio Morandi
What if you only painted bottles for your whole life?

Giorgio Morandi, The Artists
Portrait of Giorgio Morandi

“I believe that nothing can be more abstract, more unreal, than what we actually see. We know that... the objective world... never really exists as we see and understand it... has no intrinsic meaning of its own, such as the meanings that we attach to it.” - Giorgio Morandi

Further reading atbozar.be (.pdf)

Giorgio Morandi was an Italian artist born on July 2, 1890. Morandi contributed to the Early Modernist movement and died on June 18, 1964.

Still Life with Bottles and Pitcher, Giorgio Morandi

Still Life with Bottles and Pitcher

1915
Still Life, Giorgio Morandi

Still Life

1920
Self Portrait, Giorgio Morandi

Self Portrait

1924
Still life with Drapery, Giorgio Morandi

Still life with Drapery

1927
Fiori, Giorgio Morandi

Fiori

1929
Houses of Campiaro in Grizzana, Giorgio Morandi

Houses of Campiaro in Grizzana

1929
Budding Roses in a Vase, Giorgio Morandi

Budding Roses in a Vase

1931
Still Life of Vases on a Table, Giorgio Morandi

Still Life of Vases on a Table

1931
Large Still Life with Coffeepot, Giorgio Morandi

Large Still Life with Coffeepot

1933
Flowers, Giorgio Morandi

Flowers

1942
Still Life with Eleven Objects, Giorgio Morandi

Still Life with Eleven Objects

1945
Still Life, Giorgio Morandi

Still Life

1946
Still Life, Giorgio Morandi

Still Life

1948-1949
Still Life, Giorgio Morandi

Still Life

1951
Still Life, Giorgio Morandi

Still Life

1952
Still Life, Giorgio Morandi

Still Life

1955
Bottles, Giorgio Morandi

Bottles

1956
Still Life, Giorgio Morandi

Still Life

1956
Rural Landscape, Giorgio Morandi

Rural Landscape

1957
Still Life, Giorgio Morandi

Still Life

1957
Cortile di via Fondazza, Giorgio Morandi

Cortile di via Fondazza

1958
Flowers - 1958, Giorgio Morandi

Flowers - 1958

1958
Still Life, Giorgio Morandi

Still Life

1959
Still Life, Giorgio Morandi

Still Life

1960

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