A Commission has been set up to examine the works of Giorgio de Chirico. The Commission is composed of Professors Paolo Baldacci and Fernando Mazzocca, assisted, when necessary, by the technical consultants responsible for Diagnostic Investigations.
The Commission examines works of any kind that, in its sole discretion, relate to the period 1908-1943. The Commission also examines oil paintings on canvas depicting metaphysical subject matter, which according to its unquestionable judgement refer to the period 1944-1949.
The Commission may, if it deems it necessary, avail itself of the advice of other experts, either external or already part of the Scientific Council of the Archive.
In order for a work to be accepted for examination, a high-resolution colour photographic documentation of the front and back of the work must first be sent and a form must be completed containing all the technical data and information known about the work’s provenance and date of purchase.
The Commission reserves the right, at its own unquestionable discretion, to preliminarily discard works that it does not consider useful to examine (either because they are clearly not attributable to de Chirico or because they are of a different period). An estimate of costs will be sent for the works to be examined, to be signed for acceptance.