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

XIX Century - from 1801 to 1900

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Crucified Christ Wood Fabric Italy XIX Century

XIX Century - from 1801 to 1900

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

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135.00€

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Maiden in Mask Embroidery on Fabric 19th century
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Maiden in Mask Embroidery on Fabric 19th century

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Maiden in Mask Embroidery on Fabric 19th 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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70.00€

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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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110.00€

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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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75.00€

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Otto Gutfreund, Clay Sculpture, 1910s
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Otto Gutfreund, Clay Sculpture, 1910s

Famale Bust

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Otto Gutfreund, Clay Sculpture, 1910s

Famale Bust

Clay sculpture. Signed down on the back. Otto Gutfreund was a czechoslovakian sculptor that after studying in Prague and Paris, became famous around 1910s for his cubist styled sculptures. After taking part to the First World War he moved up to a more realistic style following the period of " return to order" after war that characterized also arts. His sculpting prodution, mostly bronze made, also availed itself of clay and ceramic using.

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Augustin de Saint-Aubit Etching France 18th Century
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Augustin de Saint-Aubit Etching France 18th Century

Group of 7 Etchings

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Augustin de Saint-Aubit Etching France 18th Century

Group of 7 Etchings

Etchings. They are taken from the series "Mes gens ou Les commissionnaires ultramontains au service de qui veut les payer". The name of the artist who made the drawings is at the bottom left, the name of the engraver Tillard at the right. The first engraving in the series presents the title and an overall image of the tools used by the various commission agents; the other six engravings depict the individual characters carrying out different activities, carrying out commissions at home: one recognises the letter carrier, the musician, the carpenter. The engravings are presented in revival frames.

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175.00€

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Jenny Watson Mixed Technique Contemporary
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Jenny Watson Mixed Technique Contemporary

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Jenny Watson Mixed Technique Contemporary

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Mixed technique on fabric scraps, with added elements of various materials. The square canvas drawn with oil presents a figure of a woman on horseback; the horse's tail, to be applied on top, is made of synthetic hair; the painting is also accompanied by a small rectangular canvas with a text written in English, like the excerpt of a letter, and a ceramic ashtray in the shape of a horse, proposed alongside each other. Jenny Watson is an Australian artist (born and trained in Melbourne) who has adopted different stylistic approaches to her painting, using a range of different materials and fabrics, such as velvet elements and collages, and often combining images and words. The subjects she proposed have always tended to be autobiographical: starting from punk and feminist inspirations, Jenny Watson recreates an intimate diary in which figures and words intertwine to compose short daily narratives. Her personal iconography is made up of self-portraits (the red-haired woman is none other than the artist herself), horses, cats, domestic interiors and lettering, rendered with very fresh brushstrokes that leave a lot of space to the imagination, even if the figures are rendered in a very rigid and fixed way, as if to denounce the absence of social movement, especially towards women. Her pieces are often accompanied by small coloured canvases that display poetic descriptions of her work, making the viewer's identification process immediate. The piece proposed here was presented at a solo exhibition by Jenny Watson held in Trento in 2018, at the Raffaelli Art Studio, entitled "Jenny around the world". It is accompanied by photos showing how its presentation at this exhibition was carried out, and the invitation card to the exhibition of the buyers of the work is also attached. A small catalogue of the artist's exhibition held in Como in 1993 is also attached.

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700.00€

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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 color, evoking blood. In frame.

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75.00€

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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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75.00€

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Jacques Callot Etchings On Paper
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Jacques Callot Etchings On Paper

Les Gueux, 1622 (complete series)

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Jacques Callot Etchings On Paper

Les Gueux, 1622 (complete series)

Etchings. This is the complete series of 25 engravings on paper of the "Beggars" (Les Gueux), made by the French engraver in Nancy, and widely reproduced for the popularity it obtained; Rembrandt, who owned a collection of Callot's prints, was inspired by them for his beggar figures. Beggars or commoners of Italian origin are depicted (Callot drew them in Italy) who symbolize the poverty and the wounds of the human condition. The engravings have not been signed by the author, but have been numbered; only the first engraving, which portrays a very humble character carrying a flag with the words "Captain De Baroni", and which also represents the title page of the collection, shows the name of the painter and engraver. The whole series is presented in frames in style.

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Giuseppe Ajmone, Oil on Canvas,
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Giuseppe Ajmone, Oil on Canvas,

Motion, 1982

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Giuseppe Ajmone, Oil on Canvas,

Motion, 1982

Oil on cavas. SIgned on the lower right corner. Title and signature on the back. Giuseppe Ajmone, artist from Valsesia who studied at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan, had been one of the firmatories of the Manifesto of Realism in 1946. Along with still lives and landscapes, during his first artistic period, Ajmone was very interested in nudes that represent most of his pictorical prodution from 1960s until todai. Framed.

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400.00€

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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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750.00€

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Xavier Bueno
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Xavier Bueno

Girls

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Xavier Bueno

Girls

Oil on canvas cardboard. Signed lower left. After his childhood spent in Spain, his native country, Geneva and Paris, in 1940 Xavier Bueno moved to Italy, in Fiesole, where he joined with his brother Antonio, Pietro Annigoni and Gregorio Sciltian. to the group of "Modern Painters of Reality", whose manifesto proposed an "objective" observation of truth, of nature and its faithful reproduction as possible. The experience of the Spanish civil war first and then the Italian one increasingly directed the artist towards a realism linked to reasons of strong social content. 1953 represented an important turning point for Xavier's career: it was the year of his explicit adherence to the poetics of socialist realism, an adhesion that came after a personal itinerary that saw him practicing "committed" painting since the pre-war period, with a clear advance on art of the Italian left. Another fundamental stage in Xavier's career was the trip to Brazil in 1954: the artist returned from this experience full of enthusiasm and with a series of inks whose main protagonists are children, teenagers, laborers. From this moment on, the theme of childhood became more and more recurrent, little by little the characters were portrayed motionless, in a sort of unreal fog, devoid of even depth, of perspective rigor, in which they emerge as evoked. The work presented here belongs to this production. Between 1959 and 1964 Xavier created the cycle of "Children", suffering images and melancholy symbolic works of a humiliated and oppressed humanity, which the artist presented at the "España libre" exhibition. His technique also underwent an evolution, which led him to seek a thickening of the material, thickened by the addition of sand to the paint; the use of collage, already experimented by him in still lifes, became conspicuous also in the figurative-portraiture field. The material of his paintings became such as to come to define them "fresco on canvas". Work presented in frame.

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Virgilio Audagna Earthenware Sculpture 20th Century
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Virgilio Audagna Earthenware Sculpture 20th Century

Female Nude

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Virgilio Audagna Earthenware Sculpture 20th Century

Female Nude

Enamelled earthenware sculpture. The sculpture depicts a young woman seated with missing legs and arms: it is possible to guess that she is sitting with her arms resting on them, her head turned upwards, smiling, allowing herself to be illuminated by the light. It is part of the rich sculptural production of Virgilio Audagna, who gave great prominence to the female nude, presented in many poses and expressions. The sculptor Virgilio Audagna created both large monuments and small works. Active not only in Italy but also abroad, where he often stayed, he was also able to produce models for medals, with sacred and profane subjects, to commemorate numerous events. As well as being a sculptor, he was also a draughtsman and painter.

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750.00€

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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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50.00€

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Ferdinand Kobell Etchings 18th Century
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Ferdinand Kobell Etchings 18th Century

Studies of Nature

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Ferdinand Kobell Etchings 18th Century

Studies of Nature

Group of 12 etchings on a hardboard notebook. From the catalogue raisonné of Kobell's works, published in 1822 by Baron de Stengel, it is also possible to recover the titles of the individual engravings, which depict figures from popular life. The first one also has the title: "Etudes d'après nature, dessinées et gravées par Ferdinand Kobell,...". (Studies from life, drawn and printed by Ferdinand Kobell), with the Parisian locations mentioned below. The titles of the other figures, in the order of their presentation in our collection, are as follows: Return from the Market, The Beggars, The Messengers, The Stonemason (Sculpture Seller), The Brush Seller, The Vegetable Seller, The Hat Seller, The Junk Dealer (Print Seller), The Peasant at the Market (Sleeping), The Second-hand Clothes Dealer, The Blind Man.

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63.00€

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F. Camarda Watercolor on Paper Italy XX Century
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F. Camarda Watercolor on Paper Italy XX Century

Little sisters

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F. Camarda Watercolor on Paper Italy XX Century

Little sisters

Watercolor and pencil on paper. A drawing rich in emotional intensity although monochromatic, in shades of beige, to represent a moment of intimacy and tenderness between two little sisters, the older one cradling the little one in her arms, very maternally. Palermitan painter, Francesco Camarda distinguished himself for figure painting, dedicated to portraits and the nude, and above all for animalist painting, in the wake of the realist production of the Palizzi brothers. He was able to express a painting with a lively and fresh color. The drawing is presented in a frame.

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100.00€

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Vittorio Maria Di Carlo Oil on Canvas Italy XX Century
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Vittorio Maria Di Carlo Oil on Canvas Italy XX Century

The Red Fan 1973

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Vittorio Maria Di Carlo Oil on Canvas Italy XX Century

The Red Fan 1973

Oil on sand applied to canvas. Signed and dated lower right. On the back label of the artist with the data of the work (title, technique, measures, date) and stamp of the Gallery of origin. Vittorio Maria di Carlo was born in San Marco in Lamis, in the Gargano. He was recognized as a young emerging artist at the time of the "New Figuration" and has enjoyed considerable success in numerous collective and personal exhibitions. Later, he settled in Milan, alternating his Lombard residence with periods spent in Manila. The work proposes a female figure that flies on a red fan, in the characteristic style of the artist, which proposes figures made with geometric lines and bright colors. In frame.

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95.00€

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