About painter


Giorgio De Chirico

Giorgio De Chirico (1888 – 1978) great Italian painter, writer, theatre designer, sculptor and printmaker. De Chirico was one of the originators of Pittura Metafisica. His paintings are characterized by a visionary, poetic use of imagery, in which themes such as nostalgia, enigma and myth are explored. He was an important source of inspiration for artists throughout Europe in the inter-war years and again for all new generation of painters, artists, photographers and filmmakers.

Every object has two appearances: one, the current one, which we nearly always see and which is seen by people in general; the other, a spectral or metaphysical appearance beheld only by some individuals in moments of clairvoyance and metaphysical abstraction, as in the case of certain bodies concealed by substances impenetrable by sunlight yet discernible, for instance, by x-ray or other powerful artificial means.”

Giorgio de Chirico.

Giorgio de Chirico’s prolific literary activity traces a substantial part of his 90 year-long life and is characterised by a wide variety of genres and styles, ranging from theoretical and critical essays to numerous philosophic studies, treatises on art technique, polemic articles and reviews, poetry and prose, autobiographies, novels, drama and, of course, correspondence, both personal and work-related.

Key to De Chirico's work is his love of the classical past. He came to this through his appreciation for German Romanticism, and it was this that revealed to him new ways of looking at the Classics, and ways of treating themes of tragedy, enigma, and melancholy. For De Chirico, the themes and motifs of the Greek and Roman Classics remained valid even in the modern world. However, he recognized that the clash of the past and present produced strange effects - suggesting sorrow, disorientation, nostalgia - and some of the most powerful qualities in his work come from staging this contrast.

De Chirico was inspired by the European Symbolist artists and their use of dream-like imagery. His works combined a Symbolist sensibility with his love of the classical antiquities of Greece and Italy and his philosophical musings on the true nature of reality. The dreamlike atmosphere of his compositions results from irrational perspective, the lack of a unified light source, the elongation of shadows, and a hallucinatory focus on objects.

A work of art must escape all human limits: logic and common sense will only interfere."

Giorgio de Chirico.

To make escape all human limits and make visible metaphysical appearance of true nature of things by using the work of art. Regardless of the visual language De Chirico always sets itself one goal.

The artist Giorgio de Chirico's novel, Hebdomeros is a dream-like book of situations and landscapes reminiscent of his paintings. There is a cinematic feel to the text, as is appropriate for a visual artist. Hebdomeros is a minor work in the grand scheme of things, but it is a perfect period-piece for the surrealism of the early 20th century. In de Chirico’s 1929 novel Hebdomeros – widely deemed as pure literary innovation – “painting is represented in words” (J. de Sanna). The work can be considered an autobiography as well as a literary self-portrait whereby the author “painted” his visions, observations and feelings, in words.

Giorgio de Chirico was fluent in several languages, of which Italian and French were those most frequently used in writing, even if his archive of correspondence also holds letters written in modern Greek, German and even English.



Hebdomeros

Giorgio De Chirico
"'Gladiators! This word contains an enigma', said Hebdomeros by low voice to the youngest of his companions; He also thought of those Romen afternoons, at the end of the show, when the sun goes down and the huge velarium increases shadow on the arena from which rises a smell of sawdust and sand soaked with blood ..."
Lithograph From Series "Hebdomeros", 1929
Rome, Italy, 1972
53cm X 65cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"… it was the ocean storm with hideous gnomes grimacing and gesticulating with hostility on the foamy crest of the waves, ..."
Lithograph From Series "Hebdomeros", 1929
Rome, Italy, 1972
53cm X 65cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"'Give me your cold seas, I will reheat them into mine'. Courtesies of gods! Because there are two, yes, two gods: the Neptune white and the Neptune black, that is equivalent to saying the god of the North and of the South, and it was the black who spoke tending through the wide world his arms full of seaweed, to his white colleague. "
Lithograph From Series "Hebdomeros", 1929
Rome, Italy, 1972
53cm X 65cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"And then the rain; rain today as yesterday and as tomorrow; rain not very strong, but steady, endless rain; all the trees were in the form of weeping willows."
Lithograph From Series "Hebdomeros", 1929
Rome, Italy, 1972
53cm X 65cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"Having received the soul of the deceased, the angel took his tripod gait launched into the emptiness and came up with her to the sky. In the eternal realms, general's soul took the form of a very pure smoke. The sea of stars presented far like a sky that would have changed his appearance of dome into the appearance of ceiling."
Lithograph From Series "Hebdomeros", 1929
Rome, Italy, 1972
53cm X 65cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"Now the feet of the cock touched the ground and its crest touched the clouds ; white letters, letters solemn as a stone inscription, advancing by themselves a little bit from everywhere"
Lithograph From Series "Hebdomeros", 1929
Rome, Italy, 1972
53cm X 65cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"Hebdomeros had to flee. He made a tour of his room with his boat ..."
Lithograph From Series "Hebdomeros", 1929
Rome, Italy, 1972
53cm X 65cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"...there was always the same men, with just proportions, sometimes healthy in body and in mind, and applied to their favorite occupation: construction of the trophies."
Lithograph From Series "Hebdomeros", 1929
Rome, Italy, 1972
53cm X 65cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"their look was moistened with infinite sadness (the sadness of demigods), he was attentive and motionless like the look of sailors, of mountaineers, of eagles and chamois hunters, and in general the look of those that are accustomed to look very far and from very far to distinguish the men and beasts and things."
Lithograph From Series "Hebdomeros", 1929
Rome, Italy, 1972
53cm X 65cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"Endless longings and impulses which, in her imagination disturbed by the sleepless nights spent on trains of the network of state, took the hieroglyphic form of a huge hound that had the body of an unacceptable length, rushing by a rigid jump throughout the world, passing like a bolide over the colorful city plains, over the adopted forests where every tree has its name and its history, over these fields whose vast basin is fertilized by more than one seed that the farmer throws timely; and pity of Hebdomeros was going towards all mankind"
Lithograph From Series "Hebdomeros", 1929
Rome, Italy, 1972
53cm X 65cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"he suddenly saw the Oceans. As the Colossus of Rhodes, like a colossus of Rhodes infinitely enlarged in the dream, his feet at the end of his spread legs touching different regions ..."
Lithograph From Series "Hebdomeros", 1929
Rome, Italy, 1972
53cm X 65cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"Nevertheless, there, very close, events of extraordinary solemnity followed with the inevitability that the goddess History, sitting on a cloud, with a book open on his lap, had imposed after them ..."
Lithograph From Series "Hebdomeros", 1929
Rome, Italy, 1972
53cm X 65cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"The lake was in a pond bordered by sheer walls; the indigenous claimed that in the midst of its surface there was unsuccessfully probed the the bottom ; probably he disappeared in the depths of the earth ; strange rumors were, mens, even serious, claimed to have seen, the deepest hour of the night, monsters from the Tertiary period roam on its surface."
Lithograph From Series "Hebdomeros", 1929
Rome, Italy, 1972
53cm X 65cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"… an image of Mercury oneiropompo, that means - conductor of the dreams , because, as everyone knows, Mercury was loaded by Jupiter not only to practice the proffesion of psychopomp, that means - to guide and lead the souls of the deads in the world of the beyond, but also to lead the dreams in the sleep of people alive asleep …"
Lithograph From Series "Hebdomeros", 1929
Rome, Italy, 1972
53cm X 65cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"You could see Gemini, supported one another in a classic pose of tranquility ; you could see the Big Dipper, obese and touching, dragging her fur against the darkness of the deep ether ; and, further, Pisces turned slowly, always at the same distance from each other, as if they were attached to the same axis, and Orion, the Orion solitary receded into the depths of the sky, the bludgeon on the shoulder, followed by his faithful dog. The Virgin, to just and opulent forms, lying on a cloud, turning his head with a movement full of grace to look down the world still asleep in the last hours of the night that was ending; farther, left, Libra, Libra with empty and immobile trays in their perfect horizontality."
Lithograph From Series "Hebdomeros", 1929
Rome, Italy, 1972
53cm X 65cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"then we feel our soul that was light, the soul of a dead woman, we feel like Alceste following Hercules to join her husband, and thus surrounded by a mythological atmosphere, we went to the threshold of the chamber of celibate. "
Lithograph From Series "Hebdomeros", 1929
Rome, Italy, 1972
53cm X 65cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"The enigma of this ineffable group of warriors, pugilists difficult to define and that formed in the corner of the living room a polychrome and immobile block with their gestures of attack and défence ..."
Lithograph From Series "Hebdomeros", 1929
Rome, Italy, 1972
53cm X 65cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"Are we not all passengers on the same ship, sailing along the shores that dot our route and, slowly but surely, changing their appearance arid, rocky, inhospitable for a softer and smiley look ?"
Lithograph From Series "Hebdomeros", 1929
Rome, Italy, 1972
53cm X 65cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"The gray veils of the Goddess Humidity such families of big migratory birds that a long time ago were gone to the northern mists. Long shawls, yellow-orange, with infinite tenderness, hanging from the bridge parapet half-ruined, which at a low height spanned by their wide arches the dry torrents."
Lithograph From Series "Hebdomeros", 1929
Rome, Italy, 1972
53cm X 65cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"Hebdomeros distrusted as much of the originality that of the fantasy: « It should not be too gallop on the rump of fantasy, what it takes is to discover, because, discovering, we make life possible in the sense that we reconcile the life with her mother Eternity; by discovering we pay tribute to the Minotaur that men usually refer as Time and that they represent as a big withered old man sitting pensively between a fake and a water clock."
Lithograph From Series "Hebdomeros", 1929
Rome, Italy, 1972
53cm X 65cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"Yes, where he had fled-this god so sweet, younger brother of sleep? Nostalgia, endless nostalgia, hands holding the ends of arms outside the windows, the white curtains to the drawings of extreme banality, fluttered a bit under intermittent breath of a warm breeze coming from the side of fields ..."
Lithograph From Series "Hebdomeros", 1929
Rome, Italy, 1972
53cm X 65cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"The waves, whose murky depths to the surface was embroidered with foam, swept backwards and huge herd of wild mares, hard hooves as steel, disappeared into a frenzied stampede in an avalanche of ridges rubbing, bumping, bearing to infinity ..."
Lithograph From Series "Hebdomeros", 1929
Rome, Italy, 1972
53cm X 65cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"O Hebdomeros, she said, I am Immortality. Names have their kind or rather sex, like you said once with great delicacy, and verbs, alas, are conjugated. Have you ever thought about my death? Have you thought about my life? One day, oh brother ..."
Lithograph From Series "Hebdomeros", 1929
Rome, Italy, 1972
53cm X 65cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"Untitled "
Lithograph From Series "Hebdomeros", 1929
Rome, Italy, 1972
53cm X 65cm

Iliade

Giorgio De Chirico
"Untitled "
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"The priest had come to the ships of the Achaeans with numerous gifts"
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"Аnd he became motionless in his mind the image of Nestor"
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"Alexander cast a long shadow on their weapons. He swept all round shield sons of Atreus"
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"… Achill, the son of Thetis, with curly beautiful hair, does not fight, standing near the ship, full of strong anger ». These words said by the fortress of Pergamum holy terror. Meanwhile, the daughter of Zeus, the glorious Tritonia, encouraged the Achaeans"
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"A Diomede, son of Tydeus, Pallas Athena gave strength and courage"
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"At those words, Diomedes, famous in the art of war, joyfully stuck the spear in the ground and replied with sweet words to Glauco: « So you're an old guest of my father"
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"… but Andromache, next to him, crying …"
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"… and Apollo was that I speak first: «Because again come from Olympus, angry daughter of Zeus? …"
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"Then severely beaten horses that flew raging between the earth and the stars … "
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"Achille played the zither dal silver bridge… He sang the glories of heroes"
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"Slept around the ships won by sweet sleep all the leaders of the Achaeans"
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"Ettore was among the first with his round shield"
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"So Ettore lifted boulder opposite shutters are closed gates"
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"And galloping horses bring holy to the Achaean ships"
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"Here goes to meet the Sleep, brother of Death, he shakes his hand, calling him by name"
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"And I find Ettore resplendent, the son of Priam, no more lying but sitting"
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"But when the fourth attempted assault - and God knows - that Patroclus marked the end of your life! Phoebus went the meeting"
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"Protokla tirelessly around the body face each other spear"
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"Teti leave the cave with the Nereids following her weeping"
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"Athena pour out nectar and sweet ambrosia to Achilles"
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"Avoided the great spear, he stood still, undecided"
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"the My gracious stream are now full of dead"
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"And he tied it to the cart and left hanging, to make him grovel. and climbed on the bandwagon, holding high the glorious weapons, severely beaten the horses that immediately rushed"
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"Approach is who will take the cup with two handles, because the mule, I say, no one else will take away the Achaean: are the strongest"
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm
Giorgio De Chirico
"Аnd everyone gathered around the pyre of Hector shining"
Lithograph From Series "Iliade"
Rome, Italy, 1975
71cm X 58cm

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Arcydzieło – dzieło kultury, które zostało uznane przez odbiorców lub publiczność w pewnym dłuższym okresie za wyróżniające się na tle innych dzieł lub za doskonałe w swoim gatunku. Arcydzieło może realizować pewne obowiązujące w danym czasie standardy artyzmu, często jednak jest na tyle oryginalne, że je przekracza.

Jedną z cech arcydzieła jest jego duża pojemność znaczeniowa – semantyka dzieła jest wciąż reinterpretowana w zmieniających się okolicznościach historycznych i społecznych. Znajomość kanonu dzieł, uznawanych w określonym czasie za arcydzieła, należy do elementów edukacji.


Certificate of Authenticity for "Iliade" by Giorgio de Chirico: issued by publisher, showing the number 1208 out of 1500

Illustrations for "Iliade "

Homer
Episodes chosen and translated Salvatore Quasimodo, illustrations of Giorgio De Chirico
Delfino - Edizioni d'Arte, Rome, Italy, 1975, 2 voll.,147 pp.
50 x 35 cm.

  • Giorgio de Chirico hand signed colophon
  • Portfolio for " Iliade " - 26 lithographs
  • Paper: handmade paper Magnani di Pescia
  • The original Certificate of Authenticity: issued by a publisher, showing the number 1208 out of 1500
  • Gold plated bronze bas-relief of GUIDO VEROI applied to the front plate
  • Italian and Greek text

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Hand signed by Giorgio de Chirico colophon of "Hebdomeros" - issued by publisher, showing the number 282 out of 525

Illustrations for "Hebdomeros"

Text and illustrations of Giorgio De Chirico
Carlo Bestetti edizioni d'arte, Rome, Italy, 1972, 295 pp.
25 X 35 cm

  • Giorgio de Chirico hand signed colophon
  • Portfolio for "Hebdomeros" - 24 lithographs
  • Paper: handmade paper Magnani di Pescia
  • The original Certificate of Authenticity: issued by a publisher, showing the number 282 out of 525, special edition
  • Text in French

General Presentation :

Propozycja zorganizowania wystawy w związku z naszym projektem "Arcydzieła sztuki światowej - dla każdego ucznia". Celem wystawy jest, aby oryginalne dzieła sztuki światowej dostępne były dla wszystkich uczniów województwa wielkopolskiego, bez wyjątku.

Głównym celem tego projektu, dzięki swoim unikalnym formom finansowania, będzie umożliwienie wszystkim szkołom z 226 gmin województwa wielkopolskiego (które zamieszkuje 3,47 mln osób) podjęcie w murach szkolnych oryginalnych dzieł sztuki światowych mistrzów - Dali, Chagall, De Chirico, Magritte, Hans Holbein (młodszy), Degas oraz prac gwiazd filmowych. Mamy wieloletnie doświadczenie w organizacji wystaw w Unii Europejskiej, mających zasłużoną, dobrą reputację u specjalistów w tej dziedzinie.

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Exhibition Theme :

Giorgio De Chirico (1888 – 1978) great Italian painter, writer, theatre designer, sculptor and printmaker. He was an important source of inspiration for artists throughout Europe in the inter-war years and again for all new generation of painters.

Every object has two appearances: one, the current one, which we nearly always see and which is seen by people in general; the other, a spectral or metaphysical appearance beheld only by some individuals in moments of clairvoyance and metaphysical abstraction, as in the case of certain bodies concealed by substances impenetrable by sunlight yet discernible, for instance, by x-ray or other powerful artificial means.”

Giorgio De Chirico

Art critics divide his work into 3 periods: the metaphysical, classic and neo-metaphysical. Proponents of his metaphysical period deny the importance and value of classic works. In the concept of our exhibition we proceed from the fact that De Chirico himself does not did such a distinction and for him all these visual styles were organic and equally have expressed his artistic ideas. In the Classical Art, he saw the possibility of realization of ideas, equivalent to those which give a metaphysical image. And in every work carried out by him in the style of «Classical Art» clearly felt that the reality and realism are transformed into ominously silent and vacant settings for invisible dramas. A certain mystery provokes a nostalgic or melancholy mood as if one senses the wake of a momentous incident; if one feels the imminence of an act, a feeling of anxiety ensues.

To make escape all human limits and make visible metaphysical appearance of true nature of things by using the work of art. Regardless of the visual language De Chirico always sets itself one goal.

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