London, South Kensington
28 October 2014
PIERO FORNASETTI (1913-1988)
AN 'ARCHITETTURA' TABLE, ORIGINALLY DESIGNED CIRCA 1955, EXECUTED 1988-1989
produced by Atelier Fornasetti, lithographically-decorated wood and painted metal
30 ¼ in. (76.5 cm.) high; 67 in. (170 cm.) diameter
Fornasetti label to underside
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Similar example illustrated:
B. Fornasetti, Piero Fornasetti, Cento Anni di Follia Pratica, exh. cat., Milan, 2013, p. 179.
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