Artist: Amedeo Modigliani (1884-1920)
Title: La fille du peuple
Marks: Not signed, numbered
Paper Size: Watercolor paper 13 x 9 inch
Printed: Custom wood framed Giclees limited edition & numbered printed 2002 by Fine Art Museum
COA: Certificate of Authenticity Is Included
Matted: with acid free mat and archival quality material as per Fine Art Gallery standards
Framed: Gallery custom framed selected from the finest wood moldings
- 2” wide molding
- Inside frame size 16×20”
- Outside frame size 20×24” (Approximately).
Amedeo Modigliani Italian (1884-1920) born 1884 painter and sculptor, suffers from his weak lungs. He been captivated by African masks and primitivism, encouraged by his mother to develop his artistic talents and at the age 17 he left to Venice where he studies art, in 1906 he left to Paris and lived in Montmartre. He been part of the avant-garde, portraits & female nude studies constitute the central theme of his oeuvre, he dives into the thrill of Parisian nightlife, abusively consuming alcohol and drugs, he is fascinated by women & Women found him attractive. His artworks are on display in many Museums across the world.