Offered by: Milord Antiques
200 Lexington Ave New York City, NY 10016 , United States Call Seller 646.293.6633



$ 2,850
  • Description
    Blue and Yellow Sommerso "Pinnacolo" Vase by Luciano Gaspari for Salviati with spiral threads. Italy: circa 1960 Luciano Gaspari, born in Venice on March 22 1913 in a family of decorators. After attending the Institute of Art in 1931, he made his debut at the collective exhibition of the Opera Bevilacqua La Masa. 1932. He receives the prize for the younger painter at the XVII Venice Biennale. 1933. Student of Virgilio Guidi at the Academy of Fine Arts. 1935. He follows Guidi in Bologna. Here he attends the course of engraving techniques held by Giorgio Morandi, with whom he will remain in correspondence for a long time. 1936. Participates in the Rome Quadriennale and the Venice Biennale. 1937. After completing his studies in Bologna, he returns to Venice. 1938. Participates in the Venice Biennale. 1940. Participates in the Venice Biennale; becomes assistant to Giuseppe Cesetti, professor of figure at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice, who takes over holding the chair until 1983. 1943. marries the painter Bruna Gasparini. He held his first private exhibition at the Galleria del Milione in Milan with Armando Pizzinato. 1944. He exhibits thirteen works in a solo show in Venice, at the Galleria del Cavallino by Carlo Cardazzo, a reference point for Venetian Spatialism, whose - although not adhering to the movement - is close to his inspiration. 1947. Participates in the Rome Quadrennial. He began working as a designer with the Salviati Murano glassworks. 1948. Participates in the 24th Biennale with three paintings: Dormiente, purchased by the Gallery of Modern Art of Ca ’Pesaro, Figure and Composition. Take part in the Palazzo Re Enzo in Bologna at the first national contemporary art exhibition promoted by the Alliance for the Defense of Culture, (over forty appearances, including, in addition to him, Afro, Cagli, Consagra, Guttuso, Leoncillo, Mafai, Turcato, ...), who claims the necessity of artistic confrontation with avant-garde European experiences.

    11 in.
    11 in.
    5 in.
    Good, scattered light scratches
  • More Information
    Documentation: Documented elsewhere (similar item)
    Period: 1920-1949
    Condition: Good.
    Styles / Movements: Modern, Mid Century
    200 Lex Booth #: 30
    Incollect Reference #: 701802
  • Dimensions
    W. 11 in; H. 11 in; D. 5 in;
    W. 27.94 cm; H. 27.94 cm; D. 12.7 cm;
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