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Venecia, Puente de Rialto (Giorgio de Chirico) (3435 views - Monuments - Famous Buildings)

Venecia, Puente de Rialto is an oil painting by Giorgio of Chirico from 1950. The style of this work moves away from his metaphysical landscapes, characterized by the inclusion of architecture, sculptures and big empty spaces.
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Venecia, Puente de Rialto (Giorgio de Chirico)

Venecia, Puente de Rialto (Giorgio de Chirico)

Venecia, Puente de Rialto
Venecia, Puente de Rialto
Artist Giorgio de Chirico
Year 1950
Medium Oil
Subject Puente de Rialto in Venice
Location Museo Soumaya, Mexico City

Venecia, Puente de Rialto is an oil painting by Giorgio of Chirico from 1950. The style of this work moves away from his metaphysical landscapes, characterized by the inclusion of architecture, sculptures and big empty spaces.

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The strong impression that the Italian squares and sights caused on Greek artists is evident in this painting. The main motif in this work is the Grand Canal. It widens towards the front and some of the sumptuous Venetian edifications line its banks. The Puente de Rialto is the centre of the composition. It stands out by its white colour, imitated only by one of the lateral constructions.[1]

  1. ^ Varios, Museo Soumaya, Ed. Fundación Carlos Slim, México 2015, p. 119.


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