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Paintings, drawings, collages, serigraphs, lithographs, sculptures, posters by Italian and international artists: in this section all the works of Contemporary Art for sale in our online catalog.

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Corneille
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Corneille

Lithograph 1991

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Corneille

Lithograph 1991

Color lithograph. signed and dated lower right. Serial number 82/125 bottom left. Corneille, stage name of Guillaume Cornelis van Beverloo, was a Belgian painter, sculptor and printer. Born in Belgium to Dutch parents, after taking courses at the Amsterdam School of Fine Arts, he began his painting experience influenced by surrealism. He participated in several avant-garde art movements and was co-founder of the experimental Reflex movement. While until the 1950s he developed his artistic discourse in an abstract sense, at the beginning of the 1960s, impressed by the colors of nature in southern Europe and North Africa, he returned to figure painting and shifted his interest towards expressionism. Since the late seventies his pictorial production has proposed tropical landscapes and gardens occupied by plants, animals and women, expressed with bright, very lively colors, with fairy-tale connotations, apparently childish, which in reality are evoked by a dreamlike and introspective dimension. The lithograph is presented in a frame.

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340.00€

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Andy Warhol 1996 exhibition poster
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Andy Warhol 1996 exhibition poster

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Andy Warhol 1996 exhibition poster

Foldable poster, printed in eight colors, of the exhibition "Vanitas: Skulls and self-portraits 1976-1986", held at the Anthony d'Offay Gallery in London from November 1985 to January 1996. On the front a composition of eight "skulls is presented. by Warhol, symbol of the transience of life; on the back, in black and white, the title of the exhibition, a critical review and the catalog of Andy Warhol's works, on the two themes of skulls and self-portraits. Dimensions of the open leaflet: 83, 8 X 53.2 cm.

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300.00€

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Spray on Alluminium by Eugenio Sgaravatti Italy 2010
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Spray on Alluminium by Eugenio Sgaravatti Italy 2010

'Si fanno in 4 per Paolo' 2010

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Spray on Alluminium by Eugenio Sgaravatti Italy 2010

'Si fanno in 4 per Paolo' 2010

Thin aluminum laminate sprayed with acrylic colors. On the back there is the self-certification form of the work, with the signature and all the data (title, size, technique, date and dedication). The title is also expressed on the reverse, by punching in the center. "Eugenio Sgaravatti was born in Rome. He attended schools in Italy, Switzerland, Holland and England. The passion for traveling led him to a hundred different countries, deepening his humanistic knowledge. The large amount of messages received in his travels stimulate his vocation and push the artist to devote himself exclusively to painting. He works in his studio in the capital at Villa Iris in Via Appia Antica 107. He paints abstract compositions and landscapes with some figurative jolts. His works contain elements of repetitiveness, which reflect the obsessive and serial character of contemporary life. He paints in oils but also experiments with acrylic paints, polyurethane resins and powder pigments. Given his versatility, the supports vary: canvas, cardboard, wood and metal laminates. " (biography taken from the artist's website). Work presented in frame.

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300.00€

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Oil on Table by Letizia Fornasieri Italy 1989
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Oil on Table by Letizia Fornasieri Italy 1989

Glimpse of Writing Desk 1989

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Oil on Table by Letizia Fornasieri Italy 1989

Glimpse of Writing Desk 1989

Oil on table. Signed and dated 23 April '89 on the back. Letizia Fornasieri, Milanese by birth, graduated in Painting from the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in 1981. Since then, her "profession" as a painter began, supported by the friendship of the American painter William Congdon. The constant theme of her production is the investigation of reality - “not to compete with it, but to confront and get to know each other”, an information which, associated with a continuous experimentation of the means of expression, has earned her accolades from critics and the public. Work in frame.

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600.00€

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Mixed Technique on Paper by Ettore Sordini Italy 1960
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Mixed Technique on Paper by Ettore Sordini Italy 1960

Untitled 1960

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Mixed Technique on Paper by Ettore Sordini Italy 1960

Untitled 1960

Mixed technique on paper. Signature and date on the back. Milanese artist, trained at the Brera Academy, Ettore Sordini was a friend, collaborator and disciple of Lucio Fontana; after the first futurist phase, Sordini's painting lets the material value decant and becomes more and more rarefied. His interest in the sign grows and is defined, a thin and gaunt sign, primary but sinuous, and for a soft and delicate color, almost impalpable. Sordini "uses an entirely graphic technique to create on the canvas, in which a single chromatic tone dominates, sparse and subtle traces of color that refer to memories of filamentous anthropoid images." Towards the end of the 1950s, he carried out a deepening of relationship between sign-gesture and nature and the work thus acquires a greater lyrical spatiality, accompanied by a tenuous and delicate chromatism. As is well endorsed by the work presented here, it can be said that Sordini "starts from the sign to arrive at painting using color as a spatial and luminous function. ”The work is presented in a frame.

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800.00€

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Paolo Barrile Mixed Technic on Wood Italy 1996
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Paolo Barrile Mixed Technic on Wood Italy 1996

Stan Diggei without Money 1996

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Paolo Barrile Mixed Technic on Wood Italy 1996

Stan Diggei without Money 1996

Mixed technic on wood. On the back, signature, title and date of realization. Paolo Barrile, a behavioral environmentalist artist, is distinguished by a strongly material painting, which he uses to convey messages with a strong ecological and environmental impact; in particular he is the artist of the Earth Message and Amplified Art, in which he expresses his "ecological madness" on a planetary scale. The work presented belongs to his period of writing and graffiti (1993-2005): in these works, Barrile starts from the most beautiful tags he finds on the street, written straight away, and takes them up with love, arranging them with his colors and his compositional equilibrium, with the aim of saving and passing on to posterity the grafites with which young people fill the city walls. Also in this work Barrile takes up a signed urban graffiti and proposes it according to his personal interpretation. With frame.

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960.00€

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Felice Canon
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Felice Canon

Stratosphere 1962

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Felice Canon

Stratosphere 1962

Oil painting on canvas. On the back there is the title, date and signature of the artist. Present cartouche from the Falchi Gallery in Milan. Felice Canonico was born in Messina, where he made his debut as a self-taught person, making himself noticed within the circuit of city exhibitions; then follows a period of training in Florence with Ardengo Soffici and Pietro Annigoni. From '51 to '60, he collaborated with the major construction sites in Messina. Moving to Milan, he attended the Blu gallery, coming into contact with the most innovative artists of the time: Fontana, Burri, Vedova, Borlotti, Santomaso. He exhibits in Rome, Venice, Paris, London, Stuttgart, Copenhagen, Los Angeles, also winning several prizes. In his long and versatile activity he experiments with the most diverse and alternative artistic techniques. The work is presented in a frame.

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950.00€

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Emanuele Luzzati
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Emanuele Luzzati

Sketches for Costumes

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Emanuele Luzzati

Sketches for Costumes

Tempera on paper. Signed below, the four sketches, presented on two front and back sheets, are accompanied by the title of the character's name and the title of the work. Two propose the costumes for "Il volpone" by Ben Jonson, the other two those of Fenisa and Captain Osorio, characters from the opera "L'amo di Fenisa" by Lope de Vega. The two drawings on the back have the dry pencil wording "No" at the top, evidently because the drawings were discarded by the artist. Extraordinary was the eclectic activity of Emanuele Luzzati, illustrator, set designer, costume designer, decorator, master in every applied art; he was also twice nominated for an Academy Award for two animated films. Interpreter of a skilled and cultured figurative culture, capable of using all sorts of materials with skill (from terracotta to enamel, from the weaving of wool for tapestries to engraving on different supports, to collages of paper and composite fabrics) to build sketches of scenes, costumes, naval fittings, thanks to the richness of his fantastic world, the immediacy and expressiveness of his very personal style, Luzzati was one of the most loved and admired artists of our time. The sketches are presented in a double glass frame.

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1,200.00€

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You You by Ugo Nespolo Contemporary Art 1967
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You You by Ugo Nespolo Contemporary Art 1967

You you 1967

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You You by Ugo Nespolo Contemporary Art 1967

You you 1967

A panel with colored acrylic inlays. Made by Ugo Nespolo (1941). Signed and dated at the bottom left. A further signature, date and title on the back. Early work belonging to Nespolo's debut as artist. 1967.

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3,360.00€

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Giuseppe Ajmone, Oil on Canvas
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Giuseppe Ajmone, Oil on Canvas

Nude, 1964

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Giuseppe Ajmone, Oil on Canvas

Nude, 1964

Oil on cavas. SIgned and dated on the lower right corner. Title and signature on the back. Giuseppe Ajmone, artist from Valsesia who studied at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan, had been one of the firmatories of the Manifesto of Realism in 1946. Along with still lives and landscapes, during his first artistic period, Ajmone was very interested in nudes that represent most of his pictorical prodution from 1960s until todai. Framed.

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1,400.00€

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Nikas Safronov Oil On Panel Contemporary
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Nikas Safronov Oil On Panel Contemporary

Saint George 1992

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Nikas Safronov Oil On Panel Contemporary

Saint George 1992

Oil on panel. Signed bottom right. On the back, with Cyrillic characters, there is the title, the date and the location, Bergamo. The Lithuanian artist, who currently lives and works between Moscow, Italy and the United Kingdom, is considered one of the most important contemporary Russian artists. In his large production there are landscapes, still lifes, many portraits of famous people and his surreal compositions, an expression of his peculiar "dream vision" of reality. Even in this table, albeit in the style of traditional icons, the depiction of the famous St. George is proposed in a surreal key that reminds of De Chirico, in which the dragon is replaced by a goose, the Saint's head is an egg, in the outlines there are figures of sorceresses... a clearly unorthodox interpretation! The panel has a vertical slit. The piece is presented in a frame.

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3,200.00€

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Bill Davis Mixed Media Contemporary Art
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Bill Davis Mixed Media Contemporary Art

Urba Flower 2016

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Bill Davis Mixed Media Contemporary Art

Urba Flower 2016

Mixed media: on painted wood fabric flower in a geometric field. Signed and dated on the back. The artist says of himself: "It is the great love for art that pushed me to make concrete emotions and colourful visions that have always lived in my lively imagination. Suggestions that derive from various pictorial influences that I have revisited in a personal interpretation".

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200.00€

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Bill Davis Mixed Media Contemporary Art
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Bill Davis Mixed Media Contemporary Art

Indiscreet Lock 2019

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Bill Davis Mixed Media Contemporary Art

Indiscreet Lock 2019

Mixed media: plexiglass artpiece with fabric inserts and oil finishings. datend and signed on the back. The artist says of himself: "It is the great love for art that has driven me to realise emotions and colourful visions that have always lived in my lively imagination. Suggestions that derive from various pictorial influences that I have revisited in a personal interpretation".

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200.00€

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Pierluigi Rolando Sculpture Mixed Technique Contemporary
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Pierluigi Rolando Sculpture Mixed Technique Contemporary

Citadel 2001

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Pierluigi Rolando Sculpture Mixed Technique Contemporary

Citadel 2001

Mixed technique sculpture: iron, wood and photographs. Pierluigi Rolando, an internationally renowned designer, graduated in textile engineering and established himself primarily in the cashmere textile industry in the family business, he creates garments that he himself defines as “cashmere sculptures modelled on the human body”. At the beginning of the 1970s, he switched to design with collections for active sports and he contributed to the birth of Fila. In his free time, he alternates his sculptural interests with pictorial interests; he makes up figures in expanded polystyrene and collages in wood, cardboard and various materials. However, sculpture has always been his great passion: for forty years, art has been "lived hysterically in the spare time", but since 1993, Rolando has chosen to devote himself entirely to it. Using different materials such as terracotta, recycled iron, wood, he proposes various subjects, with grotesque faces with tense and suffering expressions, strong and caricatured hands, symbols of ancient and heroic deeds from a distant era, with characters of religions and mythology. His visionary universe is populated by warriors, leaders and emperors, horse-totems and imaginary creatures; his art is suggestive, fairy-tale, enchanted. The citadel presented here, which well expresses this passion for mixing very different materials, was created after the tragic collapse of the Twin Towers in New York, in September 2001: the two towers, a symbol of modernity, still stand intact inside a twisted metal plate of decline and decay, created through a twisted metal plate. The sculpture is presented in a plexiglass case.

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2,300.00€

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Nevio Bedeschi Mixed Median On Faesite Contemporary
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Nevio Bedeschi Mixed Median On Faesite Contemporary

No Title 1969

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Nevio Bedeschi Mixed Median On Faesite Contemporary

No Title 1969

Mixed media on faesite. Signed and dated on the back. In the work, the face in the helmet of an astronaut's suit stands out in the bottom right-hand corner: the year in which it was made refers to the first landing on the moon, and the work is therefore intended as a tribute to this unique event in history. The pictorial research of Nevio Bedeschi Bedeschi, originally from Faenza, often mixed elements of reality with an abstract expressionism, but right from the start he opened up to those reflections on social issues that were to characterise his most significant activity over time. In the second half of the 1960s, his research was defined: between memory and chronicle, the human figure or passages of nature come into conflict with geometric shapes that symbolise alienation, solitude and isolation. As well as being a painter, Bedeschi was also a graphic designer: he produced limited edition works and illustrated books of stories, fairy tales and poems for a number of publishing series. The work is presented in a frame.

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360.00€

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Abstract Composition Mixed Media On Canvas 20th Century
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Abstract Composition Mixed Media On Canvas 20th Century

The Rest

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Abstract Composition Mixed Media On Canvas 20th Century

The Rest

Mixed media on canvas. On the back there the title "the rest" and a signature. It is placed on a plexiglas panel with double frame.

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500.00€

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Giannetto Fieschi Composition, Mixed Media on Canvas
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Giannetto Fieschi Composition, Mixed Media on Canvas

Idealism, 1966

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Giannetto Fieschi Composition, Mixed Media on Canvas

Idealism, 1966

Mixed media on canvas. SIgned on the upper right corner. Date and inscription on the lower right corner. Title on the back. Giannetto Fieschi, noble italian painter born in Val Brembana and artistically trained in Genoa, started his graphic studies during his long stays abroad ( Paris, Bercelona, New York). After an informal-spatial starting he recovered the figurative element anticipating pop art's standards. In his compositions he inserts strong surreal suggestions of decadent sign and of eschatological-emblematic poetry, facing themes as violence, knowledge and eros. He tried all kind of art, included the postal art, calligraphy, and is the author of several books of drawings and essays about contemporary sacral art and about the moral value fo the wall painting: He's considered an art intellectual. The painting belogs to an important bescian collection. Comes with frame.

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810.00€

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Charles Moody (1979)
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Charles Moody (1979)

Oil on plywood

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Charles Moody (1979)

Oil on plywood

Charles Moody (1979), oil on plywood. Signed on the back. The work was exhibited at the solo exhibition "Borderland" at the Gallery 8 in Milan Corso Venezia, as evidenced by the paper to the back lable. Charles Moody graduated in 2003 at the Art Institute of Boston and, after three years in Milan, chooses to live in New York. In his art the focus at trial (conceptual art, process art) rather than to the image content and it is in this scrap that painting is at its best. An art that was created by the approval of television images (almost never films) and in particular from popular soap operas. Moody's work goes beyond the mass media image by customizing the selection for special images that, in his view, offer a potential narrative; are images of transition, moments of transition from one scene to the next. The artist uses a manual oil painting to reproduce the low quality of the tv picture extolling the "blurring" of blur. We are facing a loss of spatial dimension, in a temporality confused-diffuse-intangible which is difficult to recognize the boundaries ("Borderland"). In these perceptual distortions, in which time dilates expands, each painting represents a "indiscernibilità" in which the recognition of the object that takes second place. The time of Moody is neither Chronicle nor history but suspension. (From "Charles Moody, Borderland", curated by Gianni Romano, exhibition catalogue, CorsoVeneziaOtto, November-December 2009)

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200.00€

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Earthquake Victim by Saverio Terruso Drawing Contemporary Art
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Earthquake Victim by Saverio Terruso Drawing Contemporary Art

Earthquake

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Earthquake Victim by Saverio Terruso Drawing Contemporary Art

Earthquake

Tempera on paper. Signature, title and dedication on the back. Saverio Terruso is a Mediterranean painter culturally and emotionally attached to Sicily - his land of origin. He counts a wide rage of paintings among his production that convey the authentic fascination for a rural world which is about to disappear definitively. His paintings depict mostly rural characters such as farmers wearing the coppola working or eating in a restaurant or melancholic women wearing their scarves during the daily activities or processions. His painting technique is characterized by dramatic tones with strong deforming tensions and very bright contrasting colors. The drawing is very dramatic both in its colors and shapes with the aim to convey the strong emotion of the tragic event it recalls (an earthquake). In frame.

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250.00€

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Screenprinting By Mimmo Rotella Contemporary Art
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Screenprinting By Mimmo Rotella Contemporary Art

Marilyn

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Screenprinting By Mimmo Rotella Contemporary Art

Marilyn

Screenprint. Signed at the bottom right. Serial number 49/100 at lower left. Considered one of the leading figures on the art scene in the second half of the 20th century, Mimmo Rotella has linked his figure to the Nouveau Réalisme movement and international Pop Art. Rotella prefers the décollage technique, but he also makes assemblages and ready-mades with objects bought from junk dealers, such as bottle tops, ropes, wicker baskets and pieces of fabric. Since the early 1960s, his works have been characterised by the presence of stars from the silver screen and music, such as Marilyn Monroe, Liz Taylor, Marlon Brando and Elvis Presley. Work presented in frame.

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600.00€

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