Amedeo Clemente Modigliani – Italian Painter – Impressionist
Amedeo Clemente Modigliani – Italian Painter - Impressionist
Born: 14 November 1840 - Livorno, Tuscany, Italy
Died: 24 January 1920 (aged 35) Paris, France
Most Famous paintings: Redheaded Girl in Evening Dress, Madame Pompadour, Jeanne Hébuterne in Red Shawl
One of the best painting collections from Gallery La Fayette, the Female Nude paintings was appropriated by Modigliani. It was based on the most exceptional artists of the 20th century. A poetic statement on a man who broke traditions, and helped shape modern art.
Modigliani gained fame primarily for his female nudes featuring the Female Nude Reclining; a painting of a well-proportioned body reclining against a lush red and black background. The head resting against one arm on the light-colored pillow has a mask-like beauty; only the dark, veiled gaze communicates a sense of secrecy and seductiveness.
The sumptuous Nu Couché oil painting replica by Amedeo Modigliani is a classical example of Modigliani paintings. Its rich contrasting colors in the background framed perfectly, subtly highlighting the female nude ﬁgure as the subject. The wondrous art piece: Reclining Nude will ﬁt perfectly in the home of any art collector who wants to make an undeniably bold statement. The position of the subject, facing the viewer yet seeming to be gazing downward, and the contrasting deep and pale warm spectrum colors evoke a feeling of true passion and beauty.
The famous Nude Blue Cushion oil painting is Modigliani’s painting for sale from the year 1917, the model’s stylized, outlined body spans the entire canvas. Her creamy skin glows against the dark red. Amedeo Modigliani provocatively presents his Reclining Nude highlighting the ﬁgure’s eroticism.