Monthly archive March, 2013
Modigliani’s Women. Jeanne Hebuterne

Modigliani’s Women. Jeanne Hebuterne

M A R C H 20,  2013   The name of Jeanne Hébuterne is inseparable from that of Amedeo Modigliani, and the surprising and sad truth is that it was her death rather than life that tied them together forever. It is common knowledge that she committed suicide the day after Modigliani’s death and was...
Beatrice Hastings about Modigliani the artist

Beatrice Hastings about Modigliani the artist

M a r c h 19,   2013   I nearly succeeded inadvertently in getting my place burned down by a flame of wrath. I was remarking carelessly that the value of works of plastic art has to be settled by the critics because, of course, artists seldom knew their good work from their bad...
Modigliani’s Women. Beatrice Hastings

Modigliani’s Women. Beatrice Hastings

M A R C H 12,  2013     Much has been written about Modigliani’s life and work. The artist’s biography has formed the groundwork of more than one film by now, to say nothing of books devoted to his life and work. Gradually, as it happens with practically every great man, Modigliani turned into...
George Grosz. On Artists

George Grosz. On Artists

M A R C H 10, 2013 […] The aforementioned introspective nature of art seems capable of another focus, one that doesn’t demand that the artist have an antiquated mind. Art is not just a mood; it’s an ancient impulse which man, often in dire need, persists in. Man believes wholeheartedly that there is yet something...
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