Travelling in the Footsteps of the Impressionists

Tag Modigliani

A Novel about the Wife of Modigliani-Jeanne Hebuterne

Into the Darkness Laughing – A Great Read about the Wife of Modigliani-Jeanne Hebuterne The book called: Into the Darkness Laughing focuses on the story of the common-law wife of Modigliani, Jeanne Hebuterne. It is through Jeanne Hebuterne’s eyes, that… Continue Reading →

Three Groups of Amedeo Modigliani Artworks

Amedeo’s Modigliani’s Tragic Life Amedeo Clemente Modigliani was an Italian Jewish painter and sculptor. Today, Modigliani is extremely famous for his iconic nudes and elongated facial portraits. Ironically however, in his short lifetime, Modigliani was a struggling and destitute artist…. Continue Reading →

The School of Paris-Art in the Post-Impressionism Era

The School of Paris – Art Created by Jewish Immigrant Artists Paris was the epicenter of the art world in the 19th and 20th centuries, attracting artists from all over the globe. Any artist dreaming of making a name in… Continue Reading →

Three Famous Artists & The Fatal Tuberculosis Disease

Tuberculosis Disease also known as TB, Consumption, Phthisis & The White Plague Not so long ago, the tuberculosis disease (TB) was one of the most feared and dangerous infectious diseases around the world. Tuberculosis was also commonly named “consumption” or phthisis… Continue Reading →

Montmartre History & the Impressionism Painters

Montmartre History – Its Artistic Past Montmartre was the place to be for any budding artist in the 19th century. Painters, dancers, writers, actors and musicians flocked to Montmartre from near & afar to make their mark in the art… Continue Reading →

Amedeo Modigliani Paintings, Illness & Addiction

Amedeo Modigliani Paintings, Depression, Alcohol & Women Today art critics say that Amedeo Modigliani paintings are the greatest expressionist portraits of the 20th century. His beautiful signature style depicts single-figures with long necks, elongated faces, almond-shaped eyes and small, pursed… Continue Reading →

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