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Correspondence by Carlo Carrà - 1938
By Carlo Carrà
Located in Roma, IT
This Correspondence by Carlo Carrà to the Countess Anna Laetitia Pecci-Blunt, written in 1938, consisting of two autograph letters signed, deal with his succesfull exhibition in The...
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1930s More Art

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Paper, Ink

Autograph Letter by Carlo Carrà - 1938
By Carlo Carrà
Located in Roma, IT
Autograph Letter Signed by Carlo Carrà to the Countess Anna Laetitia Pecci-Blunt. Milan, Avril 4th 1938. In Italian. In 8°. On ivory colored paper. In perfect condition, except a usu...
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1930s More Art

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Paper, Ink

Autograph Letter Signed by Carlo Carrà - 1938
By Carlo Carrà
Located in Roma, IT
Autograph Letter Signed by Carlo Carrà to the Countess Anna Laetitia Pecci-Blunt. Milan, January 25th 1938. In Italian. On ivory colored paper and on letterhead "L'Ambrosiano / Giorn...
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1930s Modern More Art

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Paper, Ink

From Milan to NY - Autographs by Carlo Carrà - 1938
By Carlo Carrà
Located in Roma, IT
From Milan to Ny - Carra's Autographs is a superb set of two Autograph Letters Signed by Carlo Carrà to the Countess Anna Laetitia Pecci-Blunt. 1938. In Italian. On ivory colored p...
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1930s Modern More Art

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Paper, Ink

Seascape - Original Etching by Carlo Carrà - 1964
By Carlo Carrà
Located in Roma, IT
Seascape is an original black and white etching realized by Caro Carrà in 1964. Hand signed on the right margin. Numbered on the lower left. Signed and dated on plate. Edition of...
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1960s Modern Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

Marina in Burrasca - Original Etching by Carlo Carrà - 1924
By Carlo Carrà
Located in Roma, IT
Marina in Burrasca is a splendid etching realized by Carlo Carrà (1881- 1966) in 1924. Hand-signed, titled and qualified as an artist proof (Prova d'artista) on the lower margin by ...
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1920s Modern Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

Figure in un Interno - Original Drawing by Carlo Carrà - 1915
By Carlo Carrà
Located in Roma, IT
Original Drawing, 1915. Dimensions: 22.5 x 16.1 cm Hand Signed. Certificate of authenticity on photograph by Massimo Carrà (8/05/2002). Figure in un interno is a drawing by Carlo C...
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1910s Modern Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Pencil

Dance of the Skeletons - Original Lithograph by Carlo Carrà - 1944
By Carlo Carrà
Located in Roma, IT
Danza di Scheletri is an original Lithograph realized by Italian artist Carlo Carrà in 1944, signed in the plate, the edition of 55 copies, by La Conchiglia. In very good condition...
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1940s Modern Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

Versi e Prose 1871-1873 - Original Rare Book Illustrated by Carlo Carrà - 1945
By Carlo Carrà
Located in Roma, IT
Versi e Prose 1871-1873 is a rare original Modern Rare book written by Arthur Rimbaud (1854, Charleville — Marseille, 1891) and illustrated by Carlo Carrà (Quargnento, 1881 — Milan,...
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1940s More Art

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Lithograph, Paper

Amanti (Lovers) - Original Etching by Carlo Carrà - 1927
By Carlo Carrà
Located in Roma, IT
Hand signed. Rare limited edition of 75 copies. Image Dimensions: 28 x 36.5 cm Good condition except for the brownishing of paper.
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1920s Modern Figurative Prints

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Etching

Dopo il Bagno - Original Etching by Carlo Carrà - 1924
By Carlo Carrà
Located in Roma, IT
Hand signed. Edition 25 copies. Image Dimensions: 30 x 20 cm Good condition.
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1920s Modern Figurative Prints

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Etching

Seated Nude - Original Lithograph by Carlo Carrà - 1920 ca.
By Carlo Carrà
Located in Roma, IT
Edition of 100 prints. Hand signed and numbered. Good conditions, just some minor stains on lower left margin. This artwork is shipped from Italy. Under existing legislation, any a...
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1910s Modern Nude Prints

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Lithograph

Carrà's New Projects in NY - Autograph Letter Signed - 1937
By Carlo Carrà
Located in Roma, IT
Autograph Letter Signed by Carlo Carrà to Libero de Libero. Milan, May 1st 1937. In Italian. On ivory colored paper and on letterhead "L'Ambrosiano / Giornale qutidiano". In perfect ...
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1930s Modern More Art

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Paper, Ink

"About the New York Exihibition"- Letter by C. Carrà to L. de Libero - 1937
By Carlo Carrà
Located in Roma, IT
The background and the portrayal of the artist: Heir to the 19th Century artistic tradition, Carlo Carrà lived through and participated in all the avant-garde art movements of the 20...
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1930s Modern More Art

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Lithograph

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The price for an artwork of this kind can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — a carlo carra in our inventory may begin at $370 and can go as high as $18,491, while the average can fetch as much as $1,233.

Carlo Carrà Biography and Important Works

Carlo Carrà was an Italian painter and a leading figure of the Futurist movement that flourished in Italy during the beginning of the 20th century.

In addition to his many paintings, Carrà wrote several books concerning art. Lived through and participated in all the avant-garde art movements of the 20th century, from Futurism (the futurist phase lasted 4–6 years) to metaphysical art, and from the Novecento Italiano movement to the Valori Plastici experiment.

“For the spirit, there exist no contradictions – only transformations and developments. Changing direction in art does not mean rejecting the past but broadening it so that it melds with another aesthetic concept; it means discovering new and hitherto unknown relationships, and opening one’s eyes wider, the better to grasp a greater number of different realities.” So did Carrà explain his chameleon-like transformations in 1942, after having, through long experience, found his own, autonomous style, while at the same time keeping up with the most recent trends in European painting and renewing the Italian figurative tradition.

In 1928, Carrà exhibited 14 paintings at the Venice Biennale, and in 1931 he had his room at the first Rome Quadriennale. In 1933, he signed the Manifesto Della Pittura Murale. Between 1934–38, Carrà traveled to Campania, Algeria and Malta, devoting himself to a series of large murals.

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