Amedeo Modigliani was born July 12, 1884 in Tuscany, Italy, and died tragically at the age of 35, on January 24, 1920 in Paris France. Modigliani was an expressionist painter, deeply inspired by Picasso’s African Period. He is mostly recognised for his portraiture and his nudes, but is known too for his relationship with the very beautiful French Artist, Jeanne Hébuterne, with whom he had a daughter, and who joined him in death January 26, 1920.
NB: The Artist’s Timeline is an overview of selected art works which have been chosen as an introduction to an artist.
Rachael ‘Gracie’ Carver moved to Norwich from Staffordshire, via Essex. She studied Design for Publishing at the Norwich School of Art and Design, and graduated with a First-class degree (with a principal's commendation) having completed a dissertation on the art and artefacts of Pompeii. She proceeded to launch her own design for publishing business (Green Door Design for Publishing), which her husband later joined, and has worked with publishing houses and independent authors since 2011. Having reignited her love affair with Art a few years earlier, she recently decided to take her passion for learning about art and cultures to another level, and wants to invite you along on that journey too.
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