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Art, Medicine, and Society:

Modigliani monograph

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Published by:
Henri Colt
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
48 pages Perfect-bound
art, Biography, Bohemian Paris, medicine, Modigliani, painters, Tuberculosis

Amedeo Modigliani's art and illness were tragically interwoven in the web of his life. This monograph, containing numerous color photographs and dozens of informative footnotes, describes the artist's work in the social context of his life in early twentieth century bohemian Paris. Also explained are many lesser known elements related to Tuberculosis, the disease that killed him when he was only 35.

Art, Medicine, and Society: Modigliani monograph

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