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    "Child", bronze by Claudio Botta, 1929, bears the signature of the famous Brescian sculptor. The sculpture is a detail of the Monument to Edmondo de Amicis - First prize at the National Competition of Oneglia (Imperia). The bronze is prensent in the Catalog "Claudio Botta, artista bresciano" at page 29, published in a special edition printed in 500 copies in 1959.
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    "L'abbraccio" bronze by Mariella Perino, artist from Biella. Works produced at the beginning of her career, mid 1960s. Period: Mid '60s Measurements: H 96 x W 34 x D 36 cm
  • Bronze nude of a woman, by Mariella Perino, artist from Biella. Work from the beginning of her career, mid 1960s. Period: Mid sixties Measurements: H 55,5 x W 22 x D 37 cm
  • "Flight of Icarus" ceramic sculpture by Angelo Basso. The sculpture is signed at the base and dates back to the 60s/70s. Period: 1960s/70s Measurements: H 86 x W 26 x D 19 cm
  • "Warrior" patinated terracotta sculpture by Angelo Basso. The sculpture is signed and dated 12-9-61, on the rock on which the warrior is sitting. Period: 12-9-61 Measurements: Sculpture measures H 25 x W 30 x D 13 cm / Base H 3 x W 30 x D 18,5 cm
  • "La materia" ceramic sculpture by Angelo Basso (1943 - 2011), unique piece, label on the base. Presented at the 130th Figurative Arts Exhibition. Shown in the catalogue of the 130th Figurative Arts Exhibition, 27 October - 27 November 1972, of the Società Promotrice delle Belle Arti - Turin - Valentino Park. Period: 1972 Measurements: Sculpture measures H 36 x W 17 x D 16 cm / Base H 5 cm
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    "Orientalist dancer with fans" - Claire Jeanne Roberte Colinet. French Art Deco sculpture in bronze, resting on a base of Marble Noir Saint Laurent and Onyx. Signed work on the base dating from the 1930s. Period: 1930s Measurements: H 54 x W 48 x D 15 cm
  • "Nude of a Woman" bronze, by Antonio Zucconi, 1959. Signed and dated at the bottom of the front. Antonio Zucconi (Macerata, 1894 - Turin, 1967) was a pupil of Edoardo Rubino at the Accademia Albertina in Turin. From the beginning of the 1920s he exhibited at the group shows of the Promotrice in Turin with works of Symbolist inspiration. From the 1930s onwards, his sculptures took on a more 'twentieth-century' tone, as a result of many influences, in particular Arturo Martini and Ernesto De Fiori. The vision of Vincenzo Gemito's sculptures at the Venice Biennale in 1932 was more decisive for the development of his work. Present at the Venice Biennials of 1934 and 1936, he exhibited with Piedmontese artists at the Rome Gallery in 1938. In 1932, in collaboration with the architect Nicola Mosso and the sculptors Pavesi and Terracini, he created the Mysteries of Joy for the Sanctuary of Oropa. In the second half of the 1930s he again devoted himself to decorative sculpture in the Unione Industriali building in Biella. Period: 1959 Measurements: H 61 x W 18 x D 25 cm
  • "Velette" iron sculpture by Attilio Biancardi, an artist from Biella. The work dates back to the 1970s and is a miniature of the panoramic sculpture of Trivero. Period: the 70s Measurements: H 37 x W 30 x D 10 cm
  • Ayutthaya Buddha head carved in sandstone, produced in Siam in about 1650. With authentication from the Department of Oriental Art, Antique Silver, (18a Northampton square, London, E.C. 1). The Buddha's head is usually depicted in a state of meditation, the faint smile on the statue symbolising his tranquil and aristocratic nature. On the top of his head he has a prominent protrusion, called "uṣṇīṣa", oval-shaped, representing the splendour of spiritual energy, but its original function was as a crown; while the short curly hair shows that Prince Siddhartha shed his noble title and privileges. Period: ca. 1650 Measurements: H 31 x W 11.5 x D 13 cm
  • Late Ayutthaya gilt bronze Buddha, produced in Siam around 1780. With authentication from the Oriental Art Department, Antique Silver (18a Northampton square, London, E.C. 1). The kingdom of Ayutthaya was a state in Siam, present-day Thailand, which existed between 1351 and 1767. It took its name from its capital, Ayutthaya. The Buddha rests on a multi-layered base, and is represented in the "bhumisparsamudra" position, his right hand resting on his knee with the palm downwards and with the tips of the fingers touching the ground in such a way as to symbolise contact with the divinity of the earth, while the left hand is resting on his lap. With this gesture (mudrā) he demonstrated the attainment of enlightenment. On the top of his head Bhudda has a flame-shaped protuberance, called "uṣṇīṣa", which represents the radiance of spiritual energy. Period: circa 1780 Measurements: H 39.5 x W 32.5 x D 22 cm
  • Standing Buddha in white china dating back to the 1940s. Period: ca. 1940s Measurements:H 24,5 x W 11 x D 7 cm
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