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Self Portrait by Alberto Giacometti √

Self Portrait by Alberto Giacometti √

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"I paint and sculpt to get a grip on reality… to protect myself." - Alberto Giacometti

"I paint and sculpt to get a grip on reality… to protect myself." - Alberto Giacometti

Giacometti have always loved Giacometti's drawings. He is known as s sculptor but his portraits are amazing.

Modeling With Line

Giacometti have always loved Giacometti's drawings. He is known as s sculptor but his portraits are amazing.

Alberto Giacometti - Tête de femme (Portrait... on MutualArt.com

Alberto Giacometti - Tête de femme (Portrait... on MutualArt.com

Alberto Giacometti . standing woman

Alberto Giacometti . standing woman

Sculptures by Alberto Giacometti stand near Mark Rothko paintings at the Fondation Beyeler museum.

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Sculptures by Alberto Giacometti stand near Mark Rothko paintings at the Fondation Beyeler museum.

Alberto Giacometti. 1965. Photographie de Jean Marquis (né en 1926). Bibliothèque historique de la Ville de Paris. Dimensions : 16 X 24 cm © Jean Marquis / BHVP / Roger-Viollet

Alberto Giacometti. 1965. Photographie de Jean Marquis (né en 1926). Bibliothèque historique de la Ville de Paris. Dimensions : 16 X 24 cm © Jean Marquis / BHVP / Roger-Viollet

Alberto Giacometti, Le chien

Alberto Giacometti, Le chien

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.

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.

Alberto Giacometti - Woman of Venice

Alberto Giacometti - Woman of Venice

Tall Figure, III  Alberto Giacometti (Swiss, 1901–1966)    1960. Bronze, 7' 9" x 11 5/8" x 20 5/8" (236.2 x 29.5 x 52.4 cm). Gift of Nina and Gordon Bunshaft in honor of the artist. © 2012 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris

Tall Figure, III Alberto Giacometti (Swiss, 1901–1966) 1960. Bronze, 7' 9" x 11 5/8" x 20 5/8" (236.2 x 29.5 x 52.4 cm). Gift of Nina and Gordon Bunshaft in honor of the artist. © 2012 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris

Monumental Head by Alberto Giacometti - Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, D.C

Monumental Head by Alberto Giacometti - Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, D.C

Alberto Giacometti (Swiss, 1901-1966), Pommes dans l'atelier [Apples in the studio], 1950. Oil on canvas, 70 x 42.5 cm.

Alberto Giacometti (Swiss, 1901-1966), Pommes dans l'atelier [Apples in the studio], 1950. Oil on canvas, 70 x 42.5 cm.

ALBERTO GIACOMETTI - "Diego" (1953)  Huile sur toile (100 x 80)

ALBERTO GIACOMETTI - "Diego" (1953) Huile sur toile (100 x 80)

Alberto Giacometti: Three Men Walking II (1999.363.22) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Alberto Giacometti: Three Men Walking II (1999.363.22) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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