Outwardly, the paintings of the Philip Guston and Giorgio de Chirico do not have much in common. De Chirico's world is a silent place of deserted plazas, long afternoon shadows and motionless trains. In his interiors, faceless mannequins sit in airless rooms, surrounded by spears,...
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