SIRONI DIPINTI

Italian Modernist painter Mario Sironi’s (1885-1961) paintings spoke through a unique palette of incessantly dialectical lights and shadows, blacks and whites, browns and ochres. Reproduced here is a selection of works that, with the exception of his futurist period, span his entire career: the urban landscapes of the 1920s, compositions of the 1930s, and explosions of elaborate multiple works of the 1940s and 1950s.

Text: Gian Ferrari Claudia , Pellegrini Giorgio et al. cm 23×27; pp. 168; 60 ill. COL e 11 BW ills.; paperback. Publisher: Charta, Milano, 2002.

ISBN: 9788881583942 | 8881583941

ID: AM-7290

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Italian Modernist painter Mario Sironi’s (1885-1961) paintings spoke through a unique palette of incessantly dialectical lights and shadows, blacks and whites, browns and ochres. Reproduced here is a selection of works that, with the exception of his futurist period, span his entire career: the urban landscapes of the 1920s, compositions of the 1930s, and explosions of elaborate multiple works of the 1940s and 1950s.