Metaphysical interior with biscuits

Giorgio de ChiricoEnd of the 1960s

Museo Carlo Bilotti

Museo Carlo Bilotti
Rome, Italy

This painting from the Bilotti gift is a version painted in the Seventies of a famous canvas from 1918. The composition, set in an interior constructed with incoherent perspective planes, opens on an exterior with a window to the right and creates the illusion of a second view out in the background, where, on a framed canvas, images of palaces are reproduced. On the floor of the room are squares and geometric forms and a vertical counter top on which are fixed a biscuit, a penny-whistle, a box of matches and a red and white stripped ring


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