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Description of the painting Amedeo Modigliani “Landscape Southern France”


Amedeo Modigliani differs from other artists in its uniqueness of style, peculiar purity and symbolism. Examining his paintings, landscapes, you can go back to the era of that time, understand the life and way of life of the whole village. The artist uses clear lines and rich colors to show people how different the village and other parts of the country are from each other. Looking at the picture, a feeling of unrestrained fun, a desire to plunge into the colorful world of southern France. On the other hand, the shades of colors show the confusion and the excited state in which France resides.

Amadeo Modigliani, being an Italian artist, spent his conscious life in France and was imbued with special warmth. The history of this painting is reverent and contains a deep meaning, bright colors symbolize the beginning of a new and eventful life in the southern part of France. During this period, the artist met his future wife, who was a student at the Colarossi Academy. It was she who became the reason for the appearance of a feeling of fear and defenselessness, which led to their move to the south of France. The artist was afraid of the penetration of German troops into France and thereby moved with Jeanne to a protected place.

The south of France meant a lot to the artist, as he gave him a new life and the opportunity to enjoy relations with his wife. Thus, the nature and environment of France inspired an artist who painted in bright colors and in a sophisticated style. The purity of lines and clarity became a symbol of a firm belief in a beautiful and equally bright future, which was painted on the picture. The picture is dominated by shades of green, demonstrating the artist’s attitude to life. He strove to show his inner state - freshness and desire for a beautiful and bright, new round of life.





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