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Crucified Christ Wood Fabric Italy XIX Century
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Crucified Christ Wood Fabric Italy XIX Century

19th Century / 1801 - 1900

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Crucified Christ Wood Fabric Italy XIX Century

19th Century / 1801 - 1900

Crucified Christ in finely carved boxwood mounted on a panel covered in yellow fabric.

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145.00€

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Modern Painting P. Carena Oil on Cardboard Italy 1950s-1960s
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Modern Painting P. Carena Oil on Cardboard Italy 1950s-1960s

Philosopher

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Modern Painting P. Carena Oil on Cardboard Italy 1950s-1960s

Philosopher

Oil on cardboard. Signed lower right. Coming from a private collection in Pavia. The painting proposes a subject taken up several times by Primo Carena, both with groups of several characters inserted in a landscape, and with a solitary figure as appears in this painting, which belongs to the production of the 1950s. The man on the beach, in the seated pose leaning with his elbow on a marble capital, and in the cloth resting on his legs, recalls the elderly character sitting in a work by De Chirico, the Salute to the Argonauts, and well underlies the reference to painting metaphysics that the painter from Pavia wanted to express in his figure paintings of the 1950s and 1960s. The work is presented in a frame.

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50.00€

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C. Moody Oil on Plywood Italy 1979
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C. Moody Oil on Plywood Italy 1979

Oil on plywood

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C. Moody Oil on Plywood Italy 1979

Oil on plywood

Charles Moody (1979), oil on plywood. Signed on the back. The work was exhibited at the solo exhibition "Borderland" at the Gallery 8 in Milan Corso Venezia, as evidenced by the paper to the back lable. Charles Moody graduated in 2003 at the Art Institute of Boston and, after three years in Milan, chooses to live in New York. In his art the focus at trial (conceptual art, process art) rather than to the image content and it is in this scrap that painting is at its best. An art that was created by the approval of television images (almost never films) and in particular from popular soap operas. Moody's work goes beyond the mass media image by customizing the selection for special images that, in his view, offer a potential narrative; are images of transition, moments of transition from one scene to the next. The artist uses a manual oil painting to reproduce the low quality of the tv picture extolling the "blurring" of blur. We are facing a loss of spatial dimension, in a temporality confused-diffuse-intangible which is difficult to recognize the boundaries ("Borderland"). In these perceptual distortions, in which time dilates expands, each painting represents a "indiscernibilità" in which the recognition of the object that takes second place. The time of Moody is neither Chronicle nor history but suspension. (From "Charles Moody, Borderland", curated by Gianni Romano, exhibition catalogue, CorsoVeneziaOtto, November-December 2009)

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47.00€

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Pen Drawing by Mario Tozzi Figure in Rest 1969 with Authentication Fra
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Pen Drawing by Mario Tozzi Figure in Rest 1969 with Authentication Fra

Figure in Rest 1969

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Pen Drawing by Mario Tozzi Figure in Rest 1969 with Authentication Fra

Figure in Rest 1969

Pen on paper. Signed lower right. Accompanied by photo authentication from the Mario Tozzi Archive. In Maestro Tozzi's extensive production there are many drawings, such as this one presented here, made with different techniques (ink, pastel, pencil, sanguine), dedicated to the human figure: in his dry and stylized style, Mario Tozzi outlines stylized, refined figurines in their silent and discreet geometry, favored by the absence of color, which brings out the forms on the white paper. Even in his pictorial production, Mario Tozzi's favorite subjects are, classically, figures and still lifes, but both figures and death are a set of solid geometric elements, the sphere, the cylinder, the cone, etc. The bodies are elementary, essential in the lines and details, powerful, statuesque, composed of just modeled solids, while the still lifes are a celebration of Euclidean geometry such as the jugs, bowls, flasks which are paradigms of volume and geometric rigor . Mario Tozzi's compositions are influenced by Cubism for certain cuts, by Metaphysics for certain architectural insertions and by Abstractism for the insertion of geometric figures. The work is presented in a frame.

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310.00€

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Vyacheslav Sawich Mikhailov Ink on Paper Russia XX Century
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Vyacheslav Sawich Mikhailov Ink on Paper Russia XX Century

Pair of Ink Drawings

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Vyacheslav Sawich Mikhailov Ink on Paper Russia XX Century

Pair of Ink Drawings

Ink on paper. One of the two is signed on the lower right. The works of the Russian artist Vyacheslav Sawich Mikhailov are exhibited in prestigious museums such as the Tretyakov Gallery or the Museum of Modern Art in Moscow, the National Museum of Russian Art, the Museum of Nonconformist Art in St. Petersburg. Considered an expressionist author, he creates scenes of intense drama with different techniques. The design proposed here is part of a series of scenes full of dramatically intertwined figures in contortions of the body, with allegorical elements and patches of often red color, evoking blood. In frame.

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125.00€

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Contemporary Painting by C. Barbier Pencil on Paper Italy 1930s
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Contemporary Painting by C. Barbier Pencil on Paper Italy 1930s

Amarici (Etiopian Figures) 1930s

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Contemporary Painting by C. Barbier Pencil on Paper Italy 1930s

Amarici (Etiopian Figures) 1930s

Pencil on paper. Signature, title and location lower right. In the second half of the 1930s, Contardo Barbieri left as a volunteer for the campaign in East Africa. From this period there are some works that propose oriental subjects, such as these characters of the Ethiopian people called Amharic because they were natives of Amhara, a region of central-northern Ethiopia where the city of Dessié is located. In frame.

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65.00€

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Mannerist Sculpture Wood Italy XVI-XVII Century
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Mannerist Sculpture Wood Italy XVI-XVII Century

Italy Late 16th - Early 17th Century

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Mannerist Sculpture Wood Italy XVI-XVII Century

Italy Late 16th - Early 17th Century

Mannerist sculpture in carved walnut, Italy late 16th - early 17th century. Subject depicting a male figure with left arm folded over the chest in high relief that emerges from a semi-column, while at his feet a child kneeling in the round. Originally the upper part of a pilaster made hypothetically for a cabinet.

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147.00€

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Vintage 1930s Plaque with Bas-Relief Bronze Italy
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Vintage 1930s Plaque with Bas-Relief Bronze Italy

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Vintage 1930s Plaque with Bas-Relief Bronze Italy

Bronze plaque with bas-relief figure. The figure of a naked man is depicted, holding an arrow and aiming it at the center of a target: the symbolism is evident, that is, the exaltation of the determination of the man who must go straight to the target; this meaning is well suited to the fascist period to which the plaque dates back, as is the reference to classicism. The plaque is inserted and presented in a contemporary wooden frame.

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100.00€

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Sculpture by Marco Cornini
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Sculpture by Marco Cornini

Girl in armchair

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Sculpture by Marco Cornini

Girl in armchair

Terracotta sculpture. Signed lower right. Marco Cornini, a Milanese artist trained at the Brera Academy, works mainly with terracotta, with which he creates human figures, both male and female, men and women, or better yet boys and girls of more or less the same generation, in moments of their intimacy, often as a couple but also individually, with sentimental, erotic and passionate values. Here we see a naked woman sitting in an armchair in a room, in an attitude of intimate desperation.

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242.00€

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Contemporary Painting Felice Carena Painting '900 Oil on Cardboard
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Contemporary Painting Felice Carena Painting '900 Oil on Cardboard

The Wayfarers 1910

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Contemporary Painting Felice Carena Painting '900 Oil on Cardboard

The Wayfarers 1910

Oil on cardboard. At the bottom left is the autographed inscription "Bozzetto per una copia", with the signature and the date Christmas 1910; the title at the bottom right. It is a sketch for a replica with variations of the homonymous painting made by Carena in 1907, large monumental (159 x 300 cm), exhibited at the Venice Biennale in 1909 and now kept in the Civic Museums, Modern Art Gallery of Udine, Some moving figures appear in the work, precisely of wayfarers, representing the different categories of humanity, men and women, adults and children, old and young, but all traveling in the same direction. Compared to the original, in this sketch with still undefined facial features, the figures are placed in slightly different positions, with the young man wrapped in a red cloak in the center, and the lower part as well as the background are missing. The colors are almost harsh, lively, spread with rapid brushstrokes and with undefined contours. The painting belongs to Carena's still symbolist pictorial phase, inspired by the French symbolism of Eugène Carrière, a period which ended with his participation in the 1912 Biennale. The work is presented in a coeval frame.

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Fabric Embroidery Italy XIX Century
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Fabric Embroidery Italy XIX Century

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Fabric Embroidery Italy XIX Century

Fabric embroidery. The embroidery represents a half-length girl in a popular costume with a mask, in the comedy of art style. It is mounted on a wooden frame with two side handles, commanding a rear coupling, probably being a closing panel.

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85.00€

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Ancient Painting Gino Simonetti '900 Woman at the Spinning Wheel
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Ancient Painting Gino Simonetti '900 Woman at the Spinning Wheel

Woman at the Spinning Wheel

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Ancient Painting Gino Simonetti '900 Woman at the Spinning Wheel

Woman at the Spinning Wheel

Tempera on paper. Signed lower left. Probably a sketch, due to the rapid drafting and unfinished contours, this work presents a young woman sitting spinning at a spinning wheel. The artist Gino Simonetti, painter but also writer, born in the Piacenza area, lived and worked mainly in Turin. the work is presented in a period frame.

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80.00€

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Vyacheslav Sawich Mikhailov Ink on Paper Russia 1990
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Vyacheslav Sawich Mikhailov Ink on Paper Russia 1990

Untitled 1990

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Vyacheslav Sawich Mikhailov Ink on Paper Russia 1990

Untitled 1990

Ink on paper. Signed and dated lower right. The works of the Russian artist Vyacheslav Sawich Mikhailov are exhibited in prestigious museums such as the Tretyakov Gallery or the Museum of Modern Art in Moscow, the National Museum of Russian Art, the Museum of Nonconformist Art in St. Petersburg. Considered an expressionist author, he creates scenes of intense drama with different techniques. The design proposed here is part of a series of scenes full of dramatically intertwined figures in contortions of the body, with allegorical elements and patches of often red to evoke blood. In frame.

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90.00€

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Contemporary Sculpture Guido Lodigiani 1993 Female Figure Bronze
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Contemporary Sculpture Guido Lodigiani 1993 Female Figure Bronze

Female Figure 1993

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Contemporary Sculpture Guido Lodigiani 1993 Female Figure Bronze

Female Figure 1993

Polychrome bronze sculpture on stone base. Signature and date on the base. Guido Lodigiani, a Milanese sculptor who is still active and a passionate teacher at the Brera Academy, said of his art: " believe that the artist is called to show the root of human experience and in this way to excite again". And the root of existence, its womb, is the woman, whom Lodigiani considers the Woman of the Announcement, an expression of the restless and intimate tension towards the mystery of creation. Lodigiani's sculpture extracts form, as if from a mother's womb, starting from an original nucleus of matter in which it excavates voids and tensions. This plastic tension is well expressed in this naked female figure, seated but twisted, as if she had just emerged from indistinct matter and tended upwards, towards life, towards the light.

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225.00€

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Eva Petrič Contemporary Mixed Technique
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Eva Petrič Contemporary Mixed Technique

Untitled

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Eva Petrič Contemporary Mixed Technique

Untitled

Mixed technique: reworked photograph with applications of wax and overlapping of painted plexiglass panel. Eva Petrič, an artist of Slovenian origin who currently works between New York, Vienna and Ljubljana, creates photographs, videos, performances and installations, in which the goal is to "create space", which can be a physical space, or a mental, imaginary, or metaphorical one, rather than real. In her productions, the character on which she then elaborates a particular "vision" is often herself, her body or her shadow, a theme, overlapping other different elements to create a new spatial dimension. Attached to the work, an extract from the catalogue from the exhibition of Eva Petrič at the Suppan Gallery in Vienna in 2007.

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487.00€

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Terracotta Bust Of Madame Du Barry Europe 18th Century
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Terracotta Bust Of Madame Du Barry Europe 18th Century

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Terracotta Bust Of Madame Du Barry Europe 18th Century

Terracotta sculpture of Madame Du Barry.

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