(1888-1978) Italian painter, developed his enigmatic vision in Munich and Italy and from 1911 to 1915 he worked and exhibited in Paris. His powerful, disturbing paintings employ steep perspective, mannequin figures, empty space, and forms used out of context to create an atmosphere of mystery and loneliness. From encyclopedia.com
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The Art Institute of Chicago
Features Chirico's small gallery.
The Art Story: Giorgio De Chirico
Comprehensive biography covering his childhood, periods, legacy and artistic influences.
Artchive: Giorgio De Chirico
Essay from Robert Hughes, and links to images on the web.
Artcyclopedia: Giorgio De Chirico
Guide to art museum sites and image archives for the Italian Surrealist Painter and Sculptor.
Bella Gallery: Chirico
Images and a short profile.
Brief De Chirico's biography including an image 'Revolt of the Sage'.
Giorgio de Chirico
Giorgio de Chirico - Olga's Gallery
Collection of works of the Italian Surrealist artist with a biography and historical comments.
IMDB: Giorgio De Chirico
Biography provided by the Internet Movie Database.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Shows De Chirico's signature composition by analyzing one of his works 'Ariadne'.
MoMA Collection: Giorgio De Chirico
Provides a biography based on his life and working methods. A slideshow presenting images of his work is also available.
Peggy Guggenheim Collection
Artist's works from museum collection includes a biography.
Tate Collection: Giorgio De Chirico
Provides a total of 3 artworks, including historical background information on each painting.
Wikipedia: Giorgio De Chirico
Encyclopedia article offers a brief biography, legacy and list of selected artworks.
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