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Artist : Carlo Carra (Italian 1881-1966)

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Carlo Carra, Morning Toilette Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Morning Toilette
Carlo Carra, Summer Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Summer
Carlo Carra, Still Life with Siphon Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Still Life with Siphon
Carlo Carra, The Horseman Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
The Horseman
Carlo Carra, A Cottage Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
A Cottage
Carlo Carra, Pineta Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Pineta
Carlo Carra, Viareggio Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Viareggio
Carlo Carra, Nuotatori Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
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Carlo Carra, La carrozzella Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
La carrozzella
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Carlo Carra Biography | Art Reproductions | riproduzioni dinpinti | Galerie Dada
Carra, Carlo
1881-1966

Carra, Carlo Biography

Italian artist, who was a leader of both futurist and metaphysical painting. Carra studied painting briefly at the Brera academy in Milan but was largely self-taught. In 1909 he met the poet Filippo Marinetti and the artist Umberto Boccioni, who converted him to Futurism, an aesthetic movement that exalted patriotism, modern technology, dynamism, and speed. At first Carra tried to infuse the geometric structure and neutral palette of cubism with a futurist sense of movement. In the army he met Giorgio de Chirico, founder of pittura metafisica ("metaphysical painting") and adopted this new concept. In such artworks as The Enchanted Room (1917), he created an atmosphere of mystery and apprehension through exaggerated Renaissance perspective and ominous light.

In 1918 Carra broke with De Chirico and Metaphysical painting. Throughout the 1920s and '30s, he painted melancholy figurative works based on the monumental realism of the 15th-century Italian painter Masaccio. Through such moody but well-constructed works as Morning by the Sea (1928; Gianni Mattioli Foundation, Milan) and through his many years of teaching at the Milan Academy, he greatly influenced the course of Italian art between World Wars I and II.

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