oil on canvas, 54×40 cm

signed and dated lower right Primo Conti 19

Architectural Forms of a Beggar Girl is the concluding work of Conti’s futurism, where, placated yes the Boccioni-like dynamism, every form regains steadfastness. The length of the neck, which slumps over the deformed and ragged body, attracts centrifugal thrusts to itself and introduces a sense of melancholy pause, of heartfelt reflection on the night life of the modern big city.