The Modigliani exhibition at Palazzo Reale in Milan
Modigliani exhibition at Palazzo Reale in Milan will allow you to discover the paintings of one of the most famous and important artists of the twentieth century.
In his studio in Montparnasse he created an original and refined style by merging the culture of the Tuscan Macchiaioli and the more daring experiments of Toulouse-Lautrec and Cézanne. Sick, poor and addicted to alcohol and drugs, Modigliani had a very troubled existence until his tragic death at the age of thirty-five.
The exhibition at the Palazzo Reale also includes a collection of the School of Paris, exposing the paintings in the Netter collection, without which the greatness of Modigliani would never have achieved notoriety and offers the public the discovery of a true slice of Paris in time with works of Soutine, Utrillo, Valadon and Kisling.
But only Modigliani is the main protagonist, with his ethereal yet powerful portraits, with his short and amazing parable, with his vibrant colors which balance a gray and melancholic life, all characteristics that have made him a great artist pushing him towards myth.
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