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  • Decor on fabric [1]
  • Disegno [23]
  • Photography [1]
  • Pittura [306]
  • Ricamo [2]
  • Scultura-volume [10]
  • Stampa [23]
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Jean-Pierre Thénot Lhitograph 19th Century
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Jean-Pierre Thénot Lhitograph 19th Century

Swiss Landscape 1857

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Jean-Pierre Thénot Lhitograph 19th Century

Swiss Landscape 1857

Colored lithograph. Signed and dated at the bottom left. Jean-Pierre Thènot was a french painter, draftman, engravor and author of painting treatises. The lithograph shows a landscape view with high waterfalls on the right, probably the Staubbach Falls in the canton of Berne, and is animated by figures of shepherds with their flocks and couples on gallant walks; in the centre of the landscape is a chalet. The lithograph is part of a series of landscapes of Switzerland. The art piece comes in a coeval gilded frame.

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480.00€

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Anti-Racist Manifesto Italy 1968
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Anti-Racist Manifesto Italy 1968

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Anti-Racist Manifesto Italy 1968

Print on paper. Rare anti-racist poster which, as indicated below, was published as a supplement to the magazine "MAI" of June '68, in the series "I manifesti di MAI di Giò" (Giorgio Tavaglione). It is a manifesto of the beat movements that spread in Italy in the years 1967-1968: thanks to the use of the mimeograph, which allowed the printing of numerous flyers, posters, poetic anthologies, small plaquettes and especially magazines, the young beatniks they created an alternative information channel that represented the primary vehicle for disseminating the principles that animated the beat movement, as opposed to the official cultural and communication circuits. Within the magazines, and in general in the various beat activities, poetic writing assumed an essential role as an integral part of the practice of dissent, since it represented one of the main forms of expression and affirmation of a different ideal of life, as well as of a different idea of collectivity. Giorgio Tavaglione was one of the best-known artistic exponents of the beat movement: as a complete self-taught Giò he designed the posters, flyers and covers of the first Italian underground magazines of the 1960s; disappeared for years after a trip to India, he subsequently reappeared as a draftsman of tarot cards and talismans in the creation of which he transferred his excellent graphic quality, his typical meticulous and imaginative, esoteric and visionary style. Work in frame.

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500.00€

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N. De Bruyn Engraving Netherlands 1594
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N. De Bruyn Engraving Netherlands 1594

Three hens two roosters

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N. De Bruyn Engraving Netherlands 1594

Three hens two roosters

Engraving. At the top left the initials DB, at the bottom center the date of realization; under the name of the publisher Assuerus Van Londerseel (1572 -1635). Animals, both real and fantastic, often recur in the production of prints by the Flemish engraver Nicolaes De Bruyn. In frame.

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200.00€

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Matinèe du Dix-Huit Brumaire Engraving XIX Century
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Matinèe du Dix-Huit Brumaire Engraving XIX Century

Matinèe du dix-huit brumaire (salon de Mme. Bonaparte)

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Matinèe du Dix-Huit Brumaire Engraving XIX Century

Matinèe du dix-huit brumaire (salon de Mme. Bonaparte)

Engraving. Below the title, the names of the characters and the name of the engraver. The subject is taken from the work of Henri Frédéric Schopin (1804–1880), which recounts a moment in the 18th Brumaire, the day of the coup d'état carried out by Napoleon Bonaparte which led to the fall of the Directory and sanctioned the end of the French Revolution. Engraved by Jean Pierre Marie Jazet, the engraving is part of a series dedicated to the life of Napoleon. The engraving is presented in a beautiful coeval gilded frame, which shows small lacks and damages.

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300.00€

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Group of 6 Frames Wood - Italy XIX Century
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Group of 6 Frames Wood - Italy XIX Century

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Group of 6 Frames Wood - Italy XIX Century

19th century wooden frames with engravings on paper of famous people, specifically of 6 academics and philosophers (Voltair, Rousseau, Linnè, Fénelon and Mably). The carvings had been made by Pierre-Michel Alix (1762-1807), fench cerver that in 1782 made the "Collection of portraits of importante man", They show signgs of wear as humidity damnages and drops.

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280.00€

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Jean-Pierre Thènot Lithograph 19th Century
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Jean-Pierre Thènot Lithograph 19th Century

Swiss Landscae

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Jean-Pierre Thènot Lithograph 19th Century

Swiss Landscae

Colour lithograph. Signed at the bottom right. Jean-Pierre Thénot was a French painter, draughtsman and engraver, author of treatises on painting. The lithograph shows a view of a mountain landscape: in the foreground on the right is a chalet offering refreshment to travellers passing along the path. The landscape then sweeps over a large mountain range, presumably the Alps, with a lake between its peaks. The lithograph is part of a series of landscapes of Switzerland. The art work comes in a coeval gilded frame.

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480.00€

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Jean-Pierre Thènot Lithography 18th Century
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Jean-Pierre Thènot Lithography 18th Century

Lucerna Lake

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Jean-Pierre Thènot Lithography 18th Century

Lucerna Lake

Colored lithography. Signed at the bottom left. Jean-Pierre Thènot was a french draftman and incisor that wrote several treatises painting. It shows a glimpse that opens up on the right with a wide lake, probably Lucerna Lake; on the left there is a rustic cottage with figures. It is part of a serie of Swiss landscapes. The lithography comes in a coeval gilded frame.

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480.00€

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Augustin de Saint-Aubin Etchings France 18th Century
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Augustin de Saint-Aubin Etchings France 18th Century

Group of 6 Etchings

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Augustin de Saint-Aubin Etchings France 18th Century

Group of 6 Etchings

Etchings. The six prints belong to the same series, entitled "C'est-ici les différents jeux des petits Ppolissons de Paris" (Here are the different games played by the little brats of Paris), which illustrates the street games played by Parisian children. Each panel presents the title and explanation of the game in French: the first panel, which also presents the title of the series, has "Le sabot" (the clog), then we have: La sortie du college (leaving school), la toupie (the spinning top), la corde (the rope), la fossette ou jeux du noyaux (the hazelnut game), le coupe- tête (the little horse). They are the work of Augustin de Saint-Aubin, who belonged to a famous dynasty of French draughtsmen and engravers.

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980.00€

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Paper Engravings by Joseph Wagner XVIII Century
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Paper Engravings by Joseph Wagner XVIII Century

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Paper Engravings by Joseph Wagner XVIII Century

Paper engravings. Five are from drawings by Giuseppe Zocchi (1711-1767) and the other five are from drawings by Jacopo Amigoni (1682-1752). They all depict episodes from the Old Testament, with different characters and episodes. Of Zocchi there are scenes from the life of Tobias, of Jephthah, of Moses (the burning bush), of Hagar and of Lot. Of Amigoni, scenes from the life of Jacob, of David with Abigail, of Abraham and two others of Moses (Moses saved from the waters and Moses defending the daughters of Jerus at the well). The German Joseph Wagner trained as a painter in Venice, in the workshop of the Rococo painter Jacopo Amigoni, who invited him to devote himself to copper burin engraving. In 1739 he founded the Wagnerian chalcography in Venice, which quickly became the most important print production center of the Serenissima; his workshop was very popular with many Venetian etchers (Volpato, Brustolon, Piranesi to name a few). In the prolific workshop, the most talented engravers active at the time were employed in the creation of hundreds of prints reproducing all kinds of the variegated eighteenth-century lagoon figurative culture, creating works of a high quality level, in which they immediately played a leading role the prints taken from prototypes of Amigoni, The revived scenes are of Rococo taste, set in landscapes dominated by a gentle nature and embellished by the presence of ancient ruins, and inserted in graceful rocaille frames. The engravings show slight gore of humidity. They are presented in contemporary gilded frames, with period glasses.

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3,600.00€

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Augustin de Saint-Aubit Etching France 18th Century
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Augustin de Saint-Aubit Etching France 18th Century

Group of 7 Etchings

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Augustin de Saint-Aubit Etching France 18th Century

Group of 7 Etchings

Etchings. They are taken from the series "Mes gens ou Les commissionnaires ultramontains au service de qui veut les payer". The name of the artist who made the drawings is at the bottom left, the name of the engraver Tillard at the right. The first engraving in the series presents the title and an overall image of the tools used by the various commission agents; the other six engravings depict the individual characters carrying out different activities, carrying out commissions at home: one recognises the letter carrier, the musician, the carpenter. The engravings are presented in revival frames.

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700.00€

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Screen Printing by Luca Alinari 20th Century
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Screen Printing by Luca Alinari 20th Century

Billiard, 1990

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Screen Printing by Luca Alinari 20th Century

Billiard, 1990

Screen printing on paper. Signed at the bottom right; serie's number 57/125 at the bottom right. Luca Alinari is an artis from Florence that built his artistical production, both pictorical and graphical, on a deep search of the free combination of objects and figures within fantastic and suspended atmospheres, on the suggestion of Neodada research and Pop Art. He experienced different pictorical techniques in which he combied fluorescent colors, decalcomania, collage, photographic transpositions. He had exposed all over Italy and abroad. The art work comes with frame.

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120.00€

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Filippo Ricci Etching Italy 1780
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Filippo Ricci Etching Italy 1780

Capriccio with Figures 1780

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Filippo Ricci Etching Italy 1780

Capriccio with Figures 1780

Etching. Below right the name of the engraver and the date of creation. As stated in the lower left, the "Capriccio with portico and pulcinelli" preserved at the Accademia Carrara in Bergamo is inspired by Francesco Guardi: the engraver, faithful to the painting in the architectural layout, has instead completely modified the figures , replacing the pulcinella with people from the street. Well preserved, the print is presented in a frame.

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280.00€

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Luigi Rados Etching 19th Century
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Luigi Rados Etching 19th Century

Etching In A Coeval Frame

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Luigi Rados Etching 19th Century

Etching In A Coeval Frame

Etching made by the famous painter and incisor Luigi Rados that represents Christ's Resurrection. It shows signs of humidity and comes in a coeval frame.

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400.00€

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Jacques Callot Etchings On Paper
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Jacques Callot Etchings On Paper

Les Gueux, 1622 (complete series)

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Jacques Callot Etchings On Paper

Les Gueux, 1622 (complete series)

Etchings. This is the complete series of 25 engravings on paper of the "Beggars" (Les Gueux), made by the French engraver in Nancy, and widely reproduced for the popularity it obtained; Rembrandt, who owned a collection of Callot's prints, was inspired by them for his beggar figures. Beggars or commoners of Italian origin are depicted (Callot drew them in Italy) who symbolize the poverty and the wounds of the human condition. The engravings have not been signed by the author, but have been numbered; only the first engraving, which portrays a very humble character carrying a flag with the words "Captain De Baroni", and which also represents the title page of the collection, shows the name of the painter and engraver. The whole series is presented in frames in style.

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3,200.00€

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Group of Booklets Paper Japan XX Century
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Group of Booklets Paper Japan XX Century

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Group of Booklets Paper Japan XX Century

Composed of woodblocked sheets, sewn together and partly colored, with matching figures and texts. The group consists of 23 booklets, of which two in three copies and one in four copies; another couple has the same cover but different contents. The booklets can be considered as "manga" of the nineteenth century: the word "manga" still today can designate many different productions, such as single cartoons, scattered drawings, more elaborate illustrations, comic strips, comic books, as well as animated drawings. Therefore, starting from the assumption that there is no "manga form" but different ways of conceiving objects and graphic forms all denominated with this word, the term manga can be attested in literary and essayistic use in Japan as early as the eighteenth century to indicate, as mentioned above, drawings and sketches. But it is from the first half of the nineteenth century that Katsushika Hokusai's 15 volumes of illustrations, studies, graphic entertainment and detailed bichromatic prints became established, thanks to the progressive publication, starting from 1814. If, on the other hand, we want to give the word the more specific meaning of “stories drawn in sequence”, then the debut must be placed in the second half of the nineteenth century, similarly to what happened in Europe and the United States for comics. The booklets are in good condition.

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1,600.00€

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Divorce de l'Impèratrice Josèphine Engraving XIX Century
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Divorce de l'Impèratrice Josèphine Engraving XIX Century

Divorce de l'impèratrice Josèphine

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Divorce de l'Impèratrice Josèphine Engraving XIX Century

Divorce de l'impèratrice Josèphine

Engraving. Below the title, the names of the characters and the name of the engraver. The subject is taken from the work of Henri Frédéric Schopin (1804-1880), which recounts the episode of the divorce of Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte from his wife Josephine, which took place on 15 December 1809 in the Tuileries palace in Paris, and signed in the presence of Bonaparte family. Engraved by Jean Pierre Marie Jazet, it is part of a series dedicated to the life of Napoleon. The engraving is presented in a beautiful coeval gilded frame, which shows small lacks and damages.

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300.00€

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Group of Engravings By Carlo Lasinio 19th Century
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Group of Engravings By Carlo Lasinio 19th Century

Portraits of Famous Paiters

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Group of Engravings By Carlo Lasinio 19th Century

Portraits of Famous Paiters

Hand-coloured engravings on paper. These are forty self-portraits of famous painters, taken from the work by Carlo Lasinio and published by Nicola Pagni and Guidobeppe Bardi in Florence between 1790 and 1796, the "Collection of 324 portraits of excellent artists". Each print consists of an illustrated part with the portrait and a superimposed scroll with a two-line inscription with the name of the painter and some personal details, followed by an order number. The whole is framed with ornamental motifs in the four corners. Lasinio made this collection by also recovering plates previously engraved by other authors and colouring them, printing them a second time with coloured inks. The engravings are presented in stylish frames.

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4,800.00€

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Luigi Rados Etching 19th Century
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Luigi Rados Etching 19th Century

Etching In A Coeval Frame

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Luigi Rados Etching 19th Century

Etching In A Coeval Frame

Etching made by the famous italian painter and incisor Luigi Rados. It represents a scene from The Acts Of The Apostles in which St. Paul preaching to the people. The etching shows signs of humidity and comes in a coeval frame.

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400.00€

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Luigi Rados Etching 19th Century
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Luigi Rados Etching 19th Century

Etching in Coeval Frame

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Luigi Rados Etching 19th Century

Etching in Coeval Frame

Etching made by Luigi Rodes, famous italian painter and incisor. The art piece represents the scene of Jesus walking over the water and saving Peter who his trying to emulate him, but is sinking in the lake. The etching shows several signs of humidity and comes in a coeval frame.

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400.00€

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Jean-Pierre Thénot
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Jean-Pierre Thénot

Landscape with Castle and Figures

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Jean-Pierre Thénot

Landscape with Castle and Figures

Color lithograph. Signed lower left. Jean-Pierre Thénot was a French painter, draftsman and engraver, author of treatises on painting. The lithography offers a landscape view with a wide river on the bank of which stands a castle; in the foreground the scene is animated by figurines of ladies and gentlemen strolling along the path. It probably belongs to the series of reproductions of Swiss landscapes, made by the artist. The work is presented in a contemporary gilded frame.

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480.00€

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