Reflections on De Chirico and Arte Metafisica

Martin, Marianne W.
June 1978
Art Bulletin;Jun78, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p342
Academic Journal
Examines the factors that may help shape Giorgio De Chirico's Arte Metafisica. Influence of his theatrical and dance exposure on his works; Relationship of De Chirico's Metaphysical Art to Futurism; Discussion of his works 'The Uncertainty of the Poet' and 'The Seer.'


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