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Robertaebasta® Art Gallery is pleased to announce its participation at the MASTERPIECE London 2018 Edition which takes place at The Royal Hospital Chelsea from June the 28th till July the 4th     Official Website: Mastrepiece London 2018    |     ... read more

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Amedeo Gennarelli (Naples 1881 - Paris 1943): "The Pilot". Patinated bronze statue, signed foundry stamp. France, 1925. Marble base. Dimensions: cm... more
  • Jacques Adnet ( 1900-1984). Spectacular desk with body in tubular steel covered in stitched black leather, holding a massive Nile green sand-casted glass top. Large blotter in brown leather, three large brown leather drawers. Leather covered handles cept in place by brass... more
  • Alighiero Boetti (Italy, 1940–1994), Title: "Segno-Disegno". Diptychi, stilo on cardboard applied on canvas. Date: about 1983. Dimensions: 100 x 140 cm.
     
     
  • Osvaldo Borsani (1911-1985): Atelier di Varedo. Rare two doors furniture in parchment with decoration painted by Adriano Spilimbergo (1908-1975). Italy, 1945. Dimensions: cm 137 x 45 x 95 H.
     
     
  • Gabriella Crespi: Yang Yin table. Steel and brass on solid wood. Italy, 1970's. Dimensions: 222 cm x 122 cm x 78 cm.
     
     
  • Gio Ponti e Piero Fornasetti: A desk designed in 1950 decorated with the "Coromandel" pattern. Lithographed wood, mahogany, bakelite and brass, with maker's disc to one drawer "Fornasetti Milano"; Italy, around 1960. Dimensions: 90 cm x 44 cm x 79.5 cm

     

     

  • Fausto Melotti (Italy, 1901-1986): "Peacock" vase in polychrome enameled ceramic, Italy, 1960, dimensions: cm 26,5 x 29,5 H x 13,8 p. Authenticated by Fausto Melotti... more
  • Carla Accardi (Trapani 1924 – 2014 Roma).
    Capriccio spagnolo, 1983, signed Accardi 83, signed on rear Accardi 1983 n. 878, acrilic on canvas(hessian) , dimensions cm 100 x 140 cm, on frame.
    Provenance: Private collection, Italy.
     
  • Stunning four door cabinet in exotic African hardwood designed by Luciano Frigerio, the doors opening to reveal shelves within. The door design was created to resemble a piano keyboard. Italy c 1972. Luciano Frigerio was the son of a family of cabinet makers who established themselves in 1899... more
  • Angelo Lelli standing lamp model 12128 Triennale. Base and body in brass, lacquered conical lampshades. Made by Arredoluce,Italy 1951. Variable dimensions.
     
  • Four outstanding suspension lamps designed by Pietro Chiesa for Manzoni gallery in Milan, Brass, Venini glass. Italy, 1940s. Dimensions: diameter cm 30, H cm 210. 

  • Agostino Bonalumi (Vimercate 1935-2013) Rosso, canvas on wood and varnish, Italy, 1968, dimensions: cm 25 x 18, archive n° 68-047
     
  • Arturo Martini (Treviso 1889-Milano 1947) "La Fede e la Luce" (Faith and Light), 1934, bronze sculpture, dimensions: cm 66 x 72,5 x 71 H. Provenance :Milano, collection Emilio Zanzi's heirs. Reference: N. String - C.Gianferrari - G.Vianello, Arturo Martini, catalogo ragionato della scultura,... more
  • Giò Ponti (1891-1979) A three-bodied cabinet/bookcase of finest execution in walnut veneer with four fruit wood and pewter inlaid panels, one on each door of the side bodies, with figures referring to the four elements (water, fire, air and ground)  inspired by elements connected to the life... more
  • Franco Albini (1905-1977), LB7 bookcase with solid wood supports modular shelves and closed cabinets. Made by Poggi, Italy, 1957.Dimensions: cm 265 x  36 x 270 H.
     
  • Carla Accardi (Trapani 1924- Roma 2014) "A settori" 1962, casein on canvas, signed and datedAccardi '62; signed, titled ,numbered and dated Accardi, no.316, 1962 on rear, dimensions: cm 120 x 140,framed. Photo certificate by Studio Accardi, Rome, n° 24/06... more

  • Raymond Delamarre (1890-1986) "Les Conaissances Humaines" Three extraordinary and important sculpures in gold patinated plaster coming from artist's studio-workshop. France, 1937. Unique pieces preparatory, finished, dated and signed for the making of the Chaillot large sculptures. Dimensions:... more

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