Giogio Morandi Still Life Art Analysis

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Furthermore, compostition which is the arrangement and placement of the objects in art in order to create a meaning for the art piece. The way most of Morandi’s still life art pieces are either drawn from the perspective of looking from above or from the front. But the Natura Morta 1953 is drawn from the front and a little of the above perspective, which also enables us to see the shade on the objects from the top and tell which of the objects has a lid and which one doesn’t. Like the sup/bowl and the vase don’t have a lid however the boxes are closed from all the visible sides. The objects are also very balanced. By this I mean that they are laying in the centre of the canvas, rather than on the right side, left side,corner or any other. By looking at the objects,especially at the boxes which are brown (the one on the left-most and the other one on the right-most sides) you can see the brushstrokes. After Morandi used this kind of technique, it became an essential part compostions. It then showed that still life pieces don’t have to have smooth surfaces and perfect/equally distributed amount of paint. Since the more important part of this kind of technique was the quality and the humblesness. Reflecting on the inspirations Giogio Morandi got by Cubism and Futurism, he created his own style of still life which is counted…show more content…
The objects that are visible on this painting are: garlic, a glass of water, a coffee pot and other small branches of some plants. The fact that Chardin usually paints the main objects on a dark shaded background, usually painted with brown and then tinted with red or green, is also visible in this artwork. For instance, the color white has been used to paint the garlics and also the light part of the surface and part of the glass of water, which shows the reflection of color white from the garlics, as well as some highlights on the coffee pot. This shows

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