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Self Portrait Artist: Giorgio de Chirico Completion Date: 1920 Place of Creation: Rome, Italy

Self Portrait Artist: Giorgio de Chirico Completion Date: 1920 Place of Creation: Rome, Italy

Giorgio de Chirico - The Nostalgia of the Infinite (1911)

Giorgio de Chirico - The Nostalgia of the Infinite (1911)

René Magritte - The Poetic World, 1939

René Magritte - The Poetic World, 1939

The cover for the European and Japanese versions of the PS2 game 'Ico', painted by director Fumito Ueda and inspired by the surrealist painter Giorgio de Chirico's 'The Nostalgia of the Infinite.'

The cover for the European and Japanese versions of the PS2 game 'Ico', painted by director Fumito Ueda and inspired by the surrealist painter Giorgio de Chirico's 'The Nostalgia of the Infinite.'

Title: Metaphysical Interior Artist: Carlo Carra. Nationality: Italian.

Title: Metaphysical Interior Artist: Carlo Carra. Nationality: Italian.

Giorgio de Chirico (Italian 1888-1978) The Disquieting Muses, 1947 Image: 38 1/2 x 26 1/8 in (97.8 x 66.4 cm); UIMA University of Iowa Museum of Art

Giorgio de Chirico (Italian 1888-1978) The Disquieting Muses, 1947 Image: 38 1/2 x 26 1/8 in (97.8 x 66.4 cm); UIMA University of Iowa Museum of Art

Mario Sironi (Italian, 1885 – 1961)

Mario Sironi (Italian, 1885 – 1961)

Giorgio de Chirico, Metaphysical Interior With Biscuits, 1916

Giorgio de Chirico, Metaphysical Interior With Biscuits, 1916

One of the most famous paintings both by De Chirico and of all metaphysical art, The Disquieting Muses was painted in the city of Ferrara, Italy, during World War I. De Chirico considered Ferrara a perfect “metaphysical city,” and used much of the cityscape of Ferrara in the painting.

One of the most famous paintings both by De Chirico and of all metaphysical art, The Disquieting Muses was painted in the city of Ferrara, Italy, during World War I. De Chirico considered Ferrara a perfect “metaphysical city,” and used much of the cityscape of Ferrara in the painting.

Daniel Pitin

Daniel Pitin