Massimo Campigli

Catalogue Raisonné

  • Edited by Archives Campigli
  • Binding Hardcover with slipcase
  • Size 26,4 x 31 cm
  • Pages 2 volumi da 340 pagine
  • Illustrations 2500 a colori
  • Language Italian, French, English
  • Year 2013
  • ISBN 9788836624935
  • Price € 350,00  € 332,50
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The catalogue raisonné of the œuvre of Massimo Campigli (1895-1971) is the result of Nicola Campigli’s forty years of patient research in libraries and museums throughout the world. He runs the Campigli Archives with the help of Eva and Marcus Weiss.
This volume illustrates the artist’s output and sets it in a historical context through over two thousand works. These include unfinished pieces and sketches for paintings that were never executed or were discarded, of which there remains a trace, albeit faint.
It is a fitting tribute to one of the best-represented Italian artists in the world, whose works are held by the most prestigious international museums including the Centre Pompidou in Paris, MoMA in New York and the Hermitage in Saint Petersburg.


Campigli, my Father
Nicola Campigli

‘In the Kingdom of Signs’. On the Life and Work of Massimo Campigli
Eva Weiss

Myself and my Art
Massimo Campigli

Massimo Campigli

Filippo de Pisis

Massimo Campigli
Sergio Solmi

Massimo Campigli
Maurice Raynal

Jean Paulhan, Alain Bosquet, Umbro Apollonio, Waldemar George, Marcel Arland

Massimo Campigli
Jean Cassou

Franco Russoli

Campigli’s Idols
André Chastel

Raffaele Carrieri

The Secret Unveiled
Liana Bortolon

Bruno Mantura

Nemo propheta in patria (‘No one is considered a prophet in his homeland’): Campigli’s Importance in Public and Private Collections in Italy and Abroad
Patrizia Rosazza Ferraris

Massimo Campigli, the Search for a Module
Ines Millesimi

Massimo Campigli. Dreamtime
Nicoletta Pallini

Massimo Campigli and the Eternal Feminine
Pierre Schneider

Campigli. A Reading
Flaminio Gualdoni

Massimo Campigli. Harmony and Restraint: Modern Classicism
Claudia Gian Ferrari