17 October 2018
PIERO FORNASETTI (1913-1988)
A rare large chandelier, 1955
brass, painted metal, lithographic transfer
29 1/8 drop x 35 1/5 in. diameter (74 x 90 cm.)
Villa D’Este, Como, By Repute.
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R.P. and A.R. Kogod, The Kogod Collection, Washington D. C., 2004, pp. 126 and 385 for the only other known variant of this model.
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