Amedeo Modigliani (1884-1920) was a radical Italian painter and sculptor. Despite the bad reception to his portraits of modern women during his lifetime, his distinctive works are now highly celebrated. His painting 'Nu Couché' sold for £113million in 2015, making it one of the most expensive paintings in history. Modigliani's figures, with their elongated proportions and frank, almond eyes, skilfully portray the personality of the subject without straying from the artist's signature style. Our collection of Modigliani prints celebrates the legacy of the artist who revitalised figurative painting.
This print is colour matched to the original and approved by the Courtauld Gallery. E.:
Printed on Matt 250gsm conservation digital paper. A very versatile high quality paper made in Germany from acid and chlorine free wood pulp. The paper is manufactured on a Fourdrinier Machine, a process first perfected by and patented by the Fourdrinier brothers in 1803.
Paper size 40 x 29cm
The image area measures 32 × 21 cm and comes with a small border.