Giorgio Cherico (1888-1978) (after)
Chromolithograph - Numbered - Signed - Blind stamp - Titled
Size: 70.5 x 50 cm
Image: 46 x 33 cm
Signed in facsimile.
Blind stamp: Giorgio Inimitable.
In very good condition. Please look at the pictures carefully.
The original work dates from 1954 (see photo).
Original lithograph is from 1970.
The lithograph is from the 1980s. Re-print.
Tracked international shipment
Birth: 10th July 1888
Died: 20th November, 1978 (with 90) Rome, Italy.
Education: Academy of Fine Arts, Munich.
Movement: Metaphysical painting, Surrealism (until 1925)
Patrons: Emilio Bestetti
Father: Evaristo de Chirico (d)
Siblings: Alberto Savinio
Spouse: Raissa Calza
Giorgio de Chirico (10th July 1888, Volos, Thessaly, Greece - 20th November 1978, Rome, Italy) was an Italian painter, sculptor and writer whose works, unanimously admired by the surrealists until 1925, were then equally unanimously rejected. He is one of the founders of the metaphysical painting movement.
Worldwide fame. Exhibited in the greatest museums in the world.
- Giorgio De Chirico (d’après)
- Title of artwork
- Piazza D’Italia
- Estate authorised facsimile signature
- 1950-1959, 1970-1979, 1980-1989
- V / XX
- As new
- Image size
- 33×46 cm
- Total dimensions
- 50×70×50 cm
- Sold with frame