• Andy Wharol (1928-1987) Perrier, stamped with the Estate of Andy Wharol and the Andy Wharol Foundation for Visual Arts Inc, stamps and numbered 50.012 an the reverse. Silkscreen inks and colored paper collage, Executed circa 1983, Unique piece.Dimensions: cm 94,5 x 108.

  • Victor Vasarely (Pecs,Hungary,1906-Paris, France,1997), EMOTTA-2, 1983, Acrilic on canvas signed at centre-bottom, titled and signed on the reverse. Certificate of authenticity by Mr. Pierre Vasarely. Dimensions: cm 220 x 220.
  • Cabinet bar in rosewood and painted and lacquered parchment, Aldo Tura, Italy, 1960s. Dimensions: cm 91 x 40 x 155 H. Provenance: private collection, Italy. Restoration: none.

  • Adolfo Wildt (1868-1931) "L'amore dei buoni" ink drawing on paper,dimensions: cm 18,8 x 26,5, glued on light carboard cm 30x 36,4. Signed bottom left A. WILDT and titled at mid-top "L'AMORE DEI BUONI"

  • Giacomo Balla, Velocità d'automobile ( speed of automobile), 1913, white lead and charcoal on sketch paper, dimensions: cm 59,5 x 44,4. Signed on front bottom left side Futur Balla, on top-right Futur Balla Velocità D'automobile, 1913 and the stamp “Pugno di Boccioni”, on left side... more

  • Giacomo Balla (Turin 1871–1958 Rome). "Stilizzazione floreale" (for embroidery), around 1925,
    signed, tempera on paper, 18.5 x 13.4 cm. Photo certificate: Elena Gigli, Archivio Gigli, Rome, 10
    November 2009, archive no. 2009–440. Provenance: Collection of Casa Balla, Rome (2 labels... more

  • Icarus, alluminum sculpture by Rene Paul Chambellan (September 15, 1893 – November 29, 1955), for the Airlines terminal building, New York, USA, around 1940. Dimensions: cm 580 x 280.

  • 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 Archive.

  • Fausto Melotti (Italy, 1901-1986), untitled, female figure in enameled polychrome ceramic, Italy, around 1955, dimensions: cm 16 x 15 x 63 H. Certificate of authenticity by Fausto Melotti Archive n° 1955 20 dated July, 1st, 2014.

  • Emilio Vedova ( 1919-2006) Oltre, 1990, mixed media on paper, dimensions: cm 21 x 28,5.Certificate of authenticity by Fondazione Emilio e Annabianca Vedova n. 328 del 3.9.2009. Bibliography: Emilio Vedova e L'Informale veneto:Santomaso, Afro e Tancredi, by A. Serri, EdCinquantasei Bologna,... more

  • Jean Despres. A pair of modernistic silver-plated candle holders with five branches of lights ending in small square bowls. Signed "J.Després" and silversmith's hallmark. About 1930. Dimensions: cm 34 x 34 x 25 H Bibliography: Melissa Gabardi, "Jean Després Bijoutier et orfèvre entre Art déco et... more

  • Alighiero Boetti (Turin, dec 16th 1940- Rome, april 24th 1994). "Alternandosi e dividendosi", 1988. Embroidered tapestry. Dimensions: 107 cm x 108 cm. This work is registered in the Archivio Alighiero Boetti, Rome, under number 3006 and is accompanied by a photo-certificate of authenticity dated... more

  • A cabinet in red lacquer and golden bronze by Eugène Printz (1889-1948) ,France,1940 .
    Dimensions: 97 cm x 39 cm x h. 171 cm. Bibliography: E.Printz by Guy Bujon e Jean-Jacques
    Dutko, Editions du Regard, Paris, 1986, pag 221. Provenance: private collection, Switzerland.
    ... more

  • A very rare secrataire by Piero Fornasetti ( 1913-1988) in lacquered wood decorated in gold,
    lacquered metal, brass. Illuminated interior. Italy, 1954. Plastic label "Fornasetti Milano" inside
    drawer. One of the very few made. Dimensions: cm 80 x 40,5 x 109 H. Provenance: private... more

  • Adolfo Wildt (1868-1931), La Fede nell'Infanzia , 1919. Pencil drawing and gold on paper , size 19.2 cm x 26.2 cm H applied on brown paper 34 x 42. Inscription: on the drawing , bottom left signed: A. WILDT., on the right the title: FAITH / CHILDHOOD . On brown paper which is glued design with... more

  • D.H. Chiparus (1886-1947), figure of a russian ballet dancer in bronze and ivory on marble base, signed on base, France, around 1927. Dimensions: cm 28 x 18 x 60 H.Bibliography: Art Deco and other figures by Brian Catley, Ed. Antique collector's Club, 1978.

  • A cabinet by Eugène Printz (Paris 1889-1948) and Jean Dunand (Geneve 1877- Paris 1942) in rosewood, 2 doors in dinanderie, bases in bronze, interior in sycamore. Signed. Dimensions: cm 167 x 40 x 100 H, France, 1930. Bibliography: E.Printz di Guy Bujon e Jean-Jacques Dutko, Editions du Regard,... more

  • Fausto Melotti, (Italy 1901-1986), an enameled polycrome ceramic vase, dimensions: H cm 50, Certificate of autenticity by Fausto Melotti Archive.

  • 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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