Italian, 1890- 1964. Giorgio Morandi was a famous printmaker and painter known for his still lifes. The artist's paintings were known for their distinct tones portraying uncomplicated subjects. His subjects were limited to mainly bottles, vases, bowls, landscapes, and flowers. Giorgio Morandi worked both in watercolors and oil paints. He painted sunbaked panoramas of the Apennine mountains and views from the window of his studio. Giorgio Morandi's artworks are often described as a silent rejection of turbulent modern life. Giorgio Morandi was born in Bologna in Italy and studied arts at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna. He was mainly impressed with artists like Paul Cézanne and Georges Seurat. During the 1910s, he was also a part of the Metaphysical Art of Giorgio de Chirico- his fellow countryman. However, during 1920 Morandi's interest began to closely follow Piero della Francesca's frescoes compared to the avant-garde artworks. For the rest of his life, Morandi's works went through minor changes, however, they still featured harmonized color palette and compositional balance. After Morandi's death, his 1942 painting, titled Natura Morta, was sold for a record-breaking price of $4,332,500 at Christie's 2018 auction. Today Giorgio Morandi painting for sale is often available with many auctions. The artist was also a fine printmaker. Giorgio Morandi prints for sale are available with many auction galleries. Giorgio Morandi prints at auction are usually sold at high prices. Collectors can also find Giorgio Morandi painting at auction on leading auction gallery platforms. Art collectors can find Giorgio Morandi artwork at auction and on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Tate Gallery in London, the Museo Morandi in Bologna, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and many others. Giorgio Morandi artwork for sale is also available at Italian art galleries.