Liberty Bookcase Art Nouveau Sessile Oak Brass Italy End 800 Early 900

Code :  ANMOLI0073593

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Liberty Bookcase Art Nouveau Sessile Oak Brass Italy End 800 Early 900

Code :  ANMOLI0073593

not available
Product Details

Style:  Art nouveau (1890-1920)

Time:  The NINETEENTH Century - 1800 , The TWENTIETH Century - 1900

Origin:  Italia

Main essence:  Oak

Material:  Brass

Description:
Liberty bookcase, a rich succession of doors and open compartments with architectural designs: developed in a perfectly symmetrical way, the two lateral parts are made of glass doors, surmounted by an open space and another smaller glass door. In the central band there is a space on the lower part, surmounted by two small glass doors, a drawer and another space lowered with a pointed arch. The band under the frame has three compartments, on the top of the uprights there are two inserts in opal glass, nuanced from yellow to green, reprised on the sides to decorate the doors on the top. A glass door with a drawer and a space with a lowered pointed arch are on the sides as well. Sessile oak, decorated with refined symmetrical twists of ivy leaves, threaded with brass and inlaid with briar-wood. Interesting, on the front of the middle drawer, the writing "meminisse iuvabit" ("One day, we'll look back on this and smile"), from the Virgilian verse of the Aeneid and often used as a auspice that one day it will be pleasant to remember the current events.

Product Condition:
Fair condition. Wear consistent with age and use.

Dimensions (cm):
Height: 179
Width: 176,5
Depth: 55

With certificate of authenticity

Certificate issued by:  Enrico Sala

Additional Information

Art nouveau (1890-1920):
The historical period and stylistic formed from the end dell'800 (1890 ca.) after the Umbertino-style and lasted until the first world war. The current is characterized by the influence of floral and soft and curved lines, typical example is the "whiplash". The first signs of this new time were by architects such as Hector Guimard (1867-1942), who created numerous buildings and hotels, in addition to the famous roofs of Paris metro in the style of Art Nouveau, but also by people like Arthur Mackmurdo and furniture design Arthur Liberty industrial and merchant of london of the late '800, which started to produce upholstery fabrics with floral patterns, from soft and sinuous shapes. The Paris universal exhibition of 1900, in which were presented new objects from the soft lines, gentle, and floral was an important point for the development and the affirmation of the Liberty in the decade to follow. The Liberty was called in different ways according to the nation, universally known as Art-Nouveau, but also as Jugendstil in Germany, Secession in Austria, Art and Craft in America and Britain, Modernism in Spain and think that it was precisely by Arthur Liberty derives from the name given in Italy to this beautiful current style. The name Art-Nouveau-instead, it is thought to be derived from a shop in Paris called Maison de l'art Nouveau, which began to show in their shop windows, pieces of furniture from the new and innovative design. With the end of the first world war ended the period of the natural Liberty and made the flower head, with lines that are more rigid and geometric, Art-Deco.

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