Features a further 478 works authenticated by the Foundation, including a set of miniatures painted on ivory and jewellery designed by the artist in the 1940s. Works that did not feature in Claudio Bruni Sakaraischik’s original catalogue raisonné are here given official recognition. Contains a section on forgery which explores the surrealist painter Oscar Dominguez’s significant production of fake metaphysical paintings in 1946. Includes a full bibliography, with the first volume’s bibliography updated and republished herein.
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Benzi, Fabio and Paolo Picozza: Giorgio De Chirico. Catalogo Generale. Opere dal 1912 al 1976. Catalogue of Works 1912-1976. Volume II. Volume 2. Falciano: 2015. 520 pages, illustrated in colour throughout. Hardback. 24 x 28cms. Text in Italian and English.
Strinati, Claudio, and Paolo Picozza: Giorgio de Chirico. Catalogo generale. Opere dal 1912 al 1976. Volume I. 2014. 468 pages, with colour illustrations. Hardback. The first of a two volume catalogue of the work of Giorgio de Chirico (1888-1978), presenting in chronological order 450 works dating from 1912 to 1976. Includes works recently authenticated by the de Chirico Foundation, which had been omitted from the previous catalogue raisonné. Text in English and Italian.
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