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  • Arazzo [2]
  • Decoro su tessuto [1]
  • Disegno [24]
  • Fotografia [1]
  • Pittura [276]
  • Ricamo [1]
  • Scultura-Volume [12]
  • Stampa [19]
  • Stampa Multiplo [4]
  • Tecnica Mista [9]

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7 cm 201 cm

12 cm 76 cm

0 cm 61 cm
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Plaster Casts 19th Century
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Plaster Casts 19th Century

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Plaster Casts 19th Century

Group of nine plaster casts for medals of different shapes and with different subjects: an Holy Family from SImone from Pesaro, a "charity", " Venus and Love", two potraits of nobles and a diety's face, other of historical-mythological theme. Displayed in coeval frames.

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120.00€

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Bernard Aubertin Contemporary Art Application on Metal Cardboard
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Bernard Aubertin Contemporary Art Application on Metal Cardboard

Dessin de Feu, 1974

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Bernard Aubertin Contemporary Art Application on Metal Cardboard

Dessin de Feu, 1974

Application of burnt matches on metal cardboard. On the back ther is the tag of the Centro Gallery in Brescia with work's data and artist's signature. Aubertin is considerated the "monochrome painter" that focused his artistic researches above red colore, meant as fire, energy: from 1958 he started makink his famous red monochrome canvases, known as Tableaux Feu ( Fire Paintings), animating them with various elements such as nails ( Tableaux Clous), metal wire (Tableaux Fil de Fer), metches (Parcours d'allumettes) and several material such as candles, nets, iron nets. In his metaphysical conception of painting he meant to traspose soulk's energy, spiritual being, on canva through the color red. Startin from 1960s Aubertin introducted in his repertory also fire, physical manifestation of his red color. He made several abstract compositions using matches that , onece fired up, created spontaneous variations made by the flame. Between 1980s and 1990s his artistic prodution turned to performances in which himself burned pianos and cars, while in the last years of his life red was replaced with white, black and gold. The board comes along with authenticity released by the Archive Bernard Aubertin' Works. N. Archiving DFEA47-1000237523.

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490.00€

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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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Stone statue

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Stone statue

Statue in marble of Verona, depicting the female figure placed in the foot with one hand resting on a trunk, and in the other a bunch of ears of wheat symbol of fertility; you can see a headdress ruined that resembles a crown. The iconography refers to the Greek goddess of Fortune Policies. The square base reinforced with cement which is typical of the statues in the Veneto adorned the palaces and their inputs.

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Pierluigi Rolando Sculpture Mixed Technique Contemporary
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Pierluigi Rolando Sculpture Mixed Technique Contemporary

Citadel 2001

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Pierluigi Rolando Sculpture Mixed Technique Contemporary

Citadel 2001

Mixed technique sculpture: iron, wood and photographs. Pierluigi Rolando, an internationally renowned designer, graduated in textile engineering and established himself primarily in the cashmere textile industry in the family business, he creates garments that he himself defines as “cashmere sculptures modelled on the human body”. At the beginning of the 1970s, he switched to design with collections for active sports and he contributed to the birth of Fila. In his free time, he alternates his sculptural interests with pictorial interests; he makes up figures in expanded polystyrene and collages in wood, cardboard and various materials. However, sculpture has always been his great passion: for forty years, art has been "lived hysterically in the spare time", but since 1993, Rolando has chosen to devote himself entirely to it. Using different materials such as terracotta, recycled iron, wood, he proposes various subjects, with grotesque faces with tense and suffering expressions, strong and caricatured hands, symbols of ancient and heroic deeds from a distant era, with characters of religions and mythology. His visionary universe is populated by warriors, leaders and emperors, horse-totems and imaginary creatures; his art is suggestive, fairy-tale, enchanted. The citadel presented here, which well expresses this passion for mixing very different materials, was created after the tragic collapse of the Twin Towers in New York, in September 2001: the two towers, a symbol of modernity, still stand intact inside a twisted metal plate of decline and decay, created through a twisted metal plate. The sculpture is presented in a plexiglass case.

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575.00€

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Woman Combing Her Hair Umberto Milani Wax on Gypsum 1943
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Woman Combing Her Hair Umberto Milani Wax on Gypsum 1943

Woman Combing Her Hair 1943

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Woman Combing Her Hair Umberto Milani Wax on Gypsum 1943

Woman Combing Her Hair 1943

This beautiful work was made by the young Umberto Milani (1912-1969) and it might recall the impressionistic technique by Medardo Rosso. Actually, the modelling obtained with the juxtaposition of blocks in a strict volumetric construction is opposite to a superficial conception (Pica A., p. 10) and will lead the sculptor to choose the pure abstract subjects that will characterize his successive production. Private collection. 1943.

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Composition with Pair of Wooden Sculptures
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Composition with Pair of Wooden Sculptures

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Composition with Pair of Wooden Sculptures

Wooden sculptures. It is a framed assembly of two wooden heads, one male and the other female, screwed onto a table surrounded by an adapted gilded frame from the 19th century. The two heads were probably handles from a 17th century chest of drawers.

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90.00€

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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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Stone statue
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Stone statue

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Stone statue

Marble statue Verona depicting male figure placed in the feet, which with one hand holds up the garment, and with the other raised, seems to want to throw something, perhaps of the arrows: at the feet of the deity, in fact, is an eagle, and the head carries a corona, the elements that make one think of the depiction of Jupiter. The square base reinforced with cement which is typical of the statues in the Veneto adorned the palaces and their inputs.

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The Hand Contemporary Art
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The Hand Contemporary Art

Foam Sculpture

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The Hand Contemporary Art

Foam Sculpture

Foam sculpture. The large hand with the raised index finger recalls the works of Maurizio Cattelan, in particular the hand with the raised middle finger exhibited in Piazza della Borsa in Milan. Our work is therefore a tribute to the Paduan artist, famous for his desecrating and ironic works. It comes from an important private collection of contemporary art.

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175.00€

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Nausicaa Berbenni Sculpture Of Candies 1983
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Nausicaa Berbenni Sculpture Of Candies 1983

Straitjacket

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Nausicaa Berbenni Sculpture Of Candies 1983

Straitjacket

Sculpture made of candies. Nausicaa Berbenni was born in Trescore Balneario (BG) in 1983; now she lives and works in Milan. She studied at the Brera Academy and once taking over her father's bakery she could combine her passions, art and bakery, creating art pieces made of candies and sugar paste. The piece in question is a straitjacket that comes on a mannequin; it is made of sewn round candies that unfortunatelly had lost thair color because of the time going from a pstel color to a monochrome brownish tone that give to the art piece a more dramatice tone.

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225.00€

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Guido De Zan
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Guido De Zan

The Pirelli skyscraper 2010

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Guido De Zan

The Pirelli skyscraper 2010

Stoneware sculpture. Under the base present the signature, the date of creation and the title. Guido De Zan is a Milanese ceramist who for over thirty years has been creating shapes and sculptures in stoneware and porcelain in his workshop next to the columns of San Lorenzo. De Zan loves photographing buildings in Milan with passion: a recurring subject in his photographs is the Pirelli skyscraper. Its flattened, almost two-dimensional shape, with the two large fronts that almost touch each other make him feel close to the shapes of his ceramics. In 2010, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the construction of the symbolic skyscraper of Milan, De Zan decided to undertake a research path that could combine his work and his passion for photography. He therefore began the creation of a series of ceramics inspired by the building. First small sketches, then vases and finally sculptures that reproduce the distinctive features of the simple and essential architecture of Gio Ponti's work.

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90.00€

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