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Giuseppe Capogrossi - Surface 141
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Marc Chagall - In my country
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Amedeo Modigliani - The Red Girl (Head of a Red Haired Woman)
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Alberto Burri - Abstraction with Brown Burlap (Sacco)
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Andy Warhol - Orange Car Crash (5 Deaths 11 Times in Orange) (Orange Disaster)
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Giorgio Morandi - Still life
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Salvatore Mangione, detto Salvo - San Martino and the poor man
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Eliseo Mattiacci - A mummified culture
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Luciano Fabro - Coat stand (from Naples)
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Mario Merz - Terrible animal
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Paolo Icaro - Sill for one color (Sill for one turquoise)
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Marisa Merz - Living Sculpture
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Pier Paolo Calzolari - Without title
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Franco Guerzoni - Archeology
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Paolo Icaro - Grafting
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Salvatore Mangione, detto Salvo - The man who broke the statue of God
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Giorgio Griffa - Thumb print
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Giuseppe Spagnulo - Archeology
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Claudio Verna - The Four III
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Ketty La Rocca - Compassion
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Luigi Mainolfi - MDLXIV
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Yves Klein - Portrait Relief of Claude Pascal
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Marco Gastini - Spots
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Hidetoshi Nagasawa - Era
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Luigi Mainolfi - Drums, bells and cowbells
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Nanni Valentini - House
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Eliseo Mattiacci - Be breathe
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Franco Guerzoni - Archeology
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Luigi Ontani - DadAndroginErmete
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Giovanni Anselmo - Without title
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Eliseo Mattiacci - Prepare yourself for a cosmic-astronomical masterpiece
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Giulio Paolini - Without title
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Marco Bagnoli - Night lookout
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Claudio Parmiggiani - From Olympus
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Claudio Parmiggiani - The philosophical canvas
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Franco Guerzoni - Frescoes
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Alighiero Boetti - Roll of corrugated cardboard
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Claudio Olivieri - Black-green interference
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Marco Bagnoli - Iris
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Lorenzo Delleani - The pier (The little train)
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Giovanni Boldini - Portrait of a lady
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Carlo Stratta - Aracne
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Massimo Tapparelli d'Azeglio - Study for the death of Leonidas at Thermopylae
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Angelo Morbelli - Asphyxiation! (left side)
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Giulio Aristide Sartorio - The Siren (Green Abyss)
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Luigi Spazzapan - Female Nude (Ginia) (Ginia with head resting on her arm)
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Mario Sturani - Self-portrait with the feather of jay
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Mario Sironi - Urban landscape
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Hans Hartung - Composition T. 50 - 5
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Carlo Levi - Portrait of Ercole Levi
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Antoni Tàpies - Painting no. XLV
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Osvaldo Licini - Marina
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Carlo Levi - Portrait of Annetta Levi (Figure)
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Achille Funi - Portrait of a lady
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Corrado Cagli - Justinian
Giuseppe Capogrossi - Surface 141
Marc Chagall - In my country
Amedeo Modigliani - The Red Girl (Head of a Red Haired Woman)
Alberto Burri - Abstraction with Brown Burlap (Sacco)
Andy Warhol - Orange Car Crash (5 Deaths 11 Times in Orange) (Orange Disaster)
Giorgio Morandi - Still life
Salvatore Mangione, detto Salvo - San Martino and the poor man
Eliseo Mattiacci - A mummified culture
Luciano Fabro - Coat stand (from Naples)
Mario Merz - Terrible animal
Paolo Icaro - Sill for one color (Sill for one turquoise)
Marisa Merz - Living Sculpture
Pier Paolo Calzolari - Without title
Franco Guerzoni - Archeology
Paolo Icaro - Grafting
Salvatore Mangione, detto Salvo - The man who broke the statue of God
Giorgio Griffa - Thumb print
Giuseppe Spagnulo - Archeology
Claudio Verna - The Four III
Ketty La Rocca - Compassion
Luigi Mainolfi - MDLXIV
Yves Klein - Portrait Relief of Claude Pascal
Marco Gastini - Spots
Hidetoshi Nagasawa - Era
Luigi Mainolfi - Drums, bells and cowbells
Nanni Valentini - House
Eliseo Mattiacci - Be breathe
Franco Guerzoni - Archeology
Luigi Ontani - DadAndroginErmete
Giovanni Anselmo - Without title
Eliseo Mattiacci - Prepare yourself for a cosmic-astronomical masterpiece
Giulio Paolini - Without title
Marco Bagnoli - Night lookout
Claudio Parmiggiani - From Olympus
Claudio Parmiggiani - The philosophical canvas
Franco Guerzoni - Frescoes
Alighiero Boetti - Roll of corrugated cardboard
Claudio Olivieri - Black-green interference
Marco Bagnoli - Iris
Lorenzo Delleani - The pier (The little train)
Giovanni Boldini - Portrait of a lady
Carlo Stratta - Aracne
Massimo Tapparelli d'Azeglio - Study for the death of Leonidas at Thermopylae
Angelo Morbelli - Asphyxiation! (left side)
Giulio Aristide Sartorio - The Siren (Green Abyss)
Luigi Spazzapan - Female Nude (Ginia) (Ginia with head resting on her arm)
Mario Sturani - Self-portrait with the feather of jay
Mario Sironi - Urban landscape
Hans Hartung - Composition T. 50 - 5
Carlo Levi - Portrait of Ercole Levi
Antoni Tàpies - Painting no. XLV
Osvaldo Licini - Marina
Carlo Levi - Portrait of Annetta Levi (Figure)
Achille Funi - Portrait of a lady
Corrado Cagli - Justinian

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Klein created several monochrome paintings to focus on a single color, a particular point of blue. He wanted to obtain a saturated and bright color, without any alteration, that was extra-dimensional and able to represent all the primary elements of the universe, in particular the opposition of water and fire. Klein sought a solvent capable of fixing the pure powder pigment to the support and patented the ultramarine dye under the name of International Blue Klein. From 1959 he went from monochrome to the use of a trilogy of colors consisting of blue, gold and magenta. These three shades have a strong symbolic charge that allows the work to be an echo of the immaterial, to make the invisible visible: the artistic product is closely linked to reality and nature, but at the same time is endowed with the spirituality necessary to intuit the evanescent and immortal beyond. In keeping with the Nouveau Réalisme movement, of which the artist himself is one of the founders, in 1960 Klein elaborated a new form of appropriation of contemporary reality that found results in his art with the creation of plastic works. Portrait Relief of Arman and Portrait Relief of Claude Pascal are placed in this period of turning point and completeness of his artistic career. Both portraits of his friends and associates evoke images of religious plastic icons: from representations of Christ, saints and martyrs, to funerary monuments deriving from classical and Roman art.

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