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Giorgio de Chirico - Turin Spring, 1914, oil on canvas, 124 x 99.5 cm

Turin Spring, 1914 - Giorgio de Chirico - In this piece, the artist uses space by altering the detail. The most detailed subjects are meant to be the closest. As the painting creates distance, it loses the detail much like it would in real life.

Mystery and Melancholy of a Street  Giorgio de Chirico

Georgio de Chirico: Mystery and Melancholy of a Street. Georgio de Chirico was influenced by Nietzsche's philosophy and Bocklins Symbolist art. He was founder (with Carlo Carra) of Metaphysical Painting.

You don't realize how silent and graceful these are until one flies over your head. Stunning birds.    [perfect] Barn Owl by nigel pye, via Flickr

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