Alberto Giacometti | Tête de femme (Portrait d'Annette) (Circa 1955) | MutualArt
View Tête de femme (Portrait d'Annette) (Circa 1955) By Giacometti Alberto; ball-point pen on the back of a book cover; 6 5/8 x 4 1/8 in. (16.8 x 10.4 cm.); Signed; . Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt.
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Alberto Giacometti (10 October 1901, Borgonovo, Stampa – 11 January 1966, Chur) was a Swiss sculptor, painter, draughtsman, and printmaker.
Modeling With Line
Modeling is a term that drawing borrows from sculpture to signify any graphic strategy that develops the appearance of the third dimension. Varying line width and weight, exploring tonal contrasts,…
Alberto Giacometti (Swiss, 1901-1966): Paris Sans Fin / Paris Forever
Herbert Lust characterizes Paris San Fin, an artist's book containing 150 unsigned original lithographs composed between 1957 and 1962 as a "magical work" that is "in many respects the most beautiful book of this century" and characterizes it as "the artist's last testament to his own life and to modern art." In his text, Giacometti said: Paris now reduced for me to an attempt at slightly understanding the root of a nose in sculpture. I feel all of her space outside around me, her streets…
Eyes Collectable Print by Alberto Giacometti | Art.com
Eyes Limited Edition by Alberto Giacometti Created between 1960-1962 Giacometti uses pencil on paper to create loose, vivid and free marks. A well as depth through the use of continuous line, he often focuses on simply on what the model brings to the portrait rather than on emotion and expression. He has influenced many designers such as Henry Moore and his surrealism during the 1930s.