Modigliani (1884-1920), best known for his portraits of women and his nudes: elongated necks, almond-shaped eyes, and serene facial expressions. Few artists created works of such classical beauty as he did. His nudes are painted with a timeless consideration for balance and composition and a superb handling of colour. Modigliani spent most of his life amongst the avant-garde or the Montparnasse group in Paris. He was a member of the Bohemian circle that included artists such as Picasso, Brancusi, Juan Gris, Utrillo, and many writers. He died in Paris in 1920 at the age of thirty-six.
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