Giorgio Morandi (July 20, 1890 – June 18, 1964) was an Italian painter and printmaker who specialized in still life. His paintings are noted for their tonal subtlety in depicting apparently simple subjects, which were limited mainly to vases, bottles, bowls, flowers and landscapes.
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Tate PapersThis article considers one work on paper by Vija Celmins in the ARTIST ROOMS collection: Untitled (Desert–Galaxy) 1974. In a …
Tate EtcIndividual reflections on a work in the Tate collection
Tate EtcVija Celmins was born in Latvia in 1938, fled with her family to Germany in advance of the Soviet army …