Amedeo Modigliani

Modigliani drawings show at Harris Lindsay

16 works originally given to Paul Alexandre help kick off London Art Week

An exhibition of 16 drawings by Modigliani—given to his first patron Paul Alexandre and then by direct descent to the present owners—is at London’s Harris Lindsay gallery (until 11 July). The exhibition has been arranged by long-standing art adviser Richard Nathanson. The exhibition forms part of the newly-formed London Art Week (4-11 July), the umbrella for the 50-plus dealers participating in Master Paintings Week and Master Drawings & Sculpture Week and the associated auctions. The drawings range from £28,000 to £650,000 and include this final known study (right) for L’Amazone, 1909.

Originally appeared in The Art Newspaper as 'Modigliani drawings show'

Appeared in The Art Newspaper Archive, 259 July 2014