Gino Severini

Still Life

Still Life by Gino Severini

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Gino Severini was an important link between French and Italian art. It was after he moved to Paris in 1906 that he moved away from a naturalistic approach to his work. This lithograph shows a meticulous attention to the arrangement of forms on a flattened plane. There are close ties to the way in which Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso used the patterns and textures of collage materials to construct still lifes.

Title
Still Life
Artist/creator
Production date
circa 1915
Medium
lithograph
Dimensions
387 x 565 mm
Inscription
in pencil (ed. 91/140)
Credit line
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, purchased 1962
Accession no
1962/14/2
Copyright
Copying restrictions apply
Department
International Art
Display status
Not on display

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