Coffee table model "Ragno" designed in 1955.
Circular glass top and base with spiked legs and shaped arms in beech wood.
Italian manufacture from the 1960s.
Diameter cm 68
Height cm 50,5
"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.
"Faunes et Flore d'Antibes" - Edition 46/175 - "Au Pont des Arts". Original album from 1960, containing 7 colour lithographs.
Printed by Daniel Jacomet under the supervision of Picasso, Paris. Introduction by Jaime Sabartes, New York Graphic Society - Au Pont Des Arts, Paris, 1960.
The Portfolio reproduces 7 paintings on paper by Pablo Picasso, from the series: "La joie de vivre", Antibes August/September 1946, plus the frontispiece that was specially designed by Picasso for this edition. Printed on paper marked Arches and preserved in the original linen folder.
The prints are reproduced in the original format of the paintings, and the dimensions of the folder are: H 65 x W 50 cm.
The linen folder and the prints are in very good condition. One hundred and seventy-five numbered copies, this being 46 of 175.
Measurements: H 65 x W 50 cm
Mario Sironi - Building, aeroplane and buildings in the distance - ink on squared paper applied to cardboard, unsigned.
The work can be dated 1919/1920. Authentication of '91 by Francesco Meloni.
Measurements: Framed H 39 x W 34 x D 3,5 cm / Paper H 20,5 x W 15,5 cm
Mario Sironi - Jockey on Horseback - Futurist work from 1914, pencil on canvas paper, signed lower right. On the back, date, title and signature by Willi Macchiati.
Measurements: Framed H 57.5 x W 73 x D 4.5 cm / Paper H 23 x W 32 cm
Large Empire style table, mid 20th century. Four winged, gilded sphinxes support the marble top and maple band with neoclassical carved decorations. Double Y base with marble inserts.
Period: Mid-twentieth century
Measurements: H 81,5 x W 217,5 x D 102 cm
Mario Sironi - Church and Figure - Tempera on paper signed lower right, 1944.
Authentication 10/11/1982 confirmed by la Bussola gallery.
Measurements: Framed H 48 x W 60 x D 5 cm/ Tempera H 18.5 x W 29.5 cm
Rare Piedmontese sideboard from the Restoration period, circa 1830.
The sideboard is in walnut with boxwood and cherry inlays and fillets. Six doors, riser supported by two turned columns, onion feet, decorated glass.
Period: circa 1830
Measurements: H 244 x W 160 x D 60 cm