The Art Moderne Museum of the City of Paris now has the largest museum collection of works by Chirico from the second part of the artist’s career, after Rome.
This exceptional series will be presented as part of the collections of the Art Moderne Museum from 10 November 2011. It will include thirty paintings, twenty drawings and eleven sculptures which testify to a constant metafisica. 

The Art Moderne Museum of the City of Paris already had seven works by the Artist, including Hermetic Melancholy (1919), one of his last metaphysical works, The Portrait of Paul Guillaume (1915), and Horse and Gladiators (1930).