ASTA 263 - ARTE ANTICA E DEL XIX SECOLO

Lot N: 0395

VINCENZO GEMITO (1852 - 1929)

Female half-bust.

18 x 30 x 11 cm

At the back Fonderia Gemito Stamp and signature.

Starting Price

Euro 400,00

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Lot N: 0396

VINCENZO GEMITO (1852 - 1929)

Self-portrait.

31 cm

Base not coeval. Fonderia Gemito Stamp, Naple.

Starting Price

Euro 600,00

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Lot N: 0397

VINCENZO GEMITO (1852 - 1929)

Meissonier.

23 x 54.5 x 12 cm

Fonderia Gemito Stamp, Naple.

Starting Price

Euro 600,00

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Lot N: 0398

FILIPPO CIFARIELLO (1864 - 1936)

The Chanteuse.

23 x 69 x 22 cm

Sold at

Euro 1.500,00

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Lot N: 0399

CAMILLO MERLO (1856 - 1931)

Winter landscape.

36.5 x 27.5 cm

Signature and year lower right.

Sold at

Euro 200,00

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Lot N: 0400

FRANCESCO DOMENEGHINI (1860 - 1950)

Gruppo Sella, Dolomiti.

51.5 x 41.5 cm

Signature lower right and year, 1933. Title at the back. Bibliography of reference: Francesco Domenighini 1860-1950, l'arte della decorazione, la passione del dipingere e l'imepegno nell'insegnamento, Bolis Edizioni, 2002.

Sold at

Euro 320,00

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Lot N: 0403

STEFANO BRUZZI (1835 - 1911)

Sheperdess.

40 x 50 cm

Signature lower right. Defects.

Sold at

Euro 300,00

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Lot N: 0404

MILLO BORTOLUZZI (1868 - 1933)

Landscape.

56 x 35 cm

Signature lower right.

Sold at

Euro 120,00

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Lot N: 0405

RODOLFO PAOLETTI (1866 - 1940)

Venetian alley.

50.5 x 40.5 cm

Signature lower right.

Sold at

Euro 290,00

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Lot N: 0406

PIERO GALANTI (1885 - 1973)

Summer landscape.

40 x 31.5 cm

Signature and dated lower right, 1951.

Starting Price

Euro 200,00

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Lot N: 0407

EDOARDO TOGNI (1884 - 1962)

Lacustrine landscape.

30 x 31.5 cm

Signature lower right.

Sold at

Euro 800,00

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Lot N: 0408

PIERO GALANTI (1885 - 1973)

Still life.

60 x 50 cm

Signature lower right.

Sold at

Euro 600,00

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Lot N: 0409

GIACOMO GROSSO (1860 - 1938)

Portrait of young.

31 x 41 cm

Signature lower right.

Sold at

Euro 320,00

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Lot N: 0410

GIOVANNI SALVIATI (1881 - 1951)

Dolomiti of Val Gardena.

50 x 40 cm

Signature lower right. Title at the back.

Sold at

Euro 500,00

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Lot N: 0411

GIOVANNI SALVIATI (1881 - 1951)

The Marmolada.

50 x 40 cm

Signature lower right. Title at the back.

Sold at

Euro 500,00

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Lot N: 0412

GIOVANNI SALVIATI (1881 - 1951)

Val di Braies.

50 x 40 cm

Signature lower right. Title at the back.

Sold at

Euro 500,00

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Lot N: 0413

GIOVANNI SALVIATI (1881 - 1951)

Val di Fassa.

50 x 40 cm

Signature lower left. Title at the back.

Starting Price

Euro 500,00

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Lot N: 0414

GIOVANNI SALVIATI (1881 - 1951)

Misurina Lake.

50 x 40 cm

Signature lower right.

Sold at

Euro 500,00

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Lot N: 0415

GIOVANNI SALVIATI (1881 - 1951)

Misurina Lake.

50 x 40 cm

Signature lower left. Title at the back.

Sold at

Euro 500,00

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Lot N: 0416

GIOVANNI SALVIATI (1881 - 1951)

Cime di Lavaredo.

50 x 40 cm

Signature lower right. Title at the back.

Sold at

Euro 500,00

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Lot N: 0417

GIOVANNI SALVIATI (1881 - 1951)

Renon/Bolzano.

50 x 40 cm

Signature lower left. Title at the back.

Starting Price

Euro 500,00

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Lot N: 0418

FILADELFO SIMI (1849 - 1923)

Female character in a rustic built.

18.5 x 25.5 cm

Signature lower left.

Starting Price

Euro 500,00

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Lot N: 0419

GIUSEPPE BERTINI (1825 - 1898)

Attributed to. Scene in eighteenth century customs.

32 x 43 cm

Starting Price

Euro 300,00

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Lot N: 0420

GIANNI VAGNETTI (1897 - 1956)

Self-portrait.

61.5 x 73 cm

Signature lower right.

Starting Price

Euro 800,00

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Lot N: 0421

ANGELO LANDI (1879 - 1944)

Landscape.

30 x 20 cm

Signature and dated lower left. Exhibiton: Villa Amadei, August-September 1980. Publication: Catalogo della mostra Angelo Landi 1879-1944, Comune di Salò, August-September 1980, Magalini Editrice, pp. 138-139.

Starting Price

Euro 500,00

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Lot N: 0422

MARIO PUCCINI (1869 - 1920)

Landscape.

40 x 30 cm

Signature lower left.

Sold at

Euro 1.300,00

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Lot N: 0423

ALESSIO ISUPOFF (1889 - 1957)

Landscape with horse and paesters.

42 x 23 cm

Signature lower left.

Sold at

Euro 900,00

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Lot N: 0424

CESARE GHEDUZZI (1894 - 1944)

Marine landscape with figures.

118 x 68 cm

Signature lower right.

Sold at

Euro 1.300,00

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Lot N: 0425

ADOLFO TOMMASI (1851 - 1933)

Rustic with animals and female characters.

38.5 x 31 cm

Signature lower left and at the back. At the back autenticity by Giovanni Pogliani.

Starting Price

Euro 1.200,00

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Lot N: 0426

GIANNI VAGNETTI (1897 - 1956)

Little sisters.

80 x 118 cm

Signature lower right.

Starting Price

Euro 1.000,00

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Lot N: 0427

LIEGI ULVI (1859 - 1939)

Winter country.

42 x 30 cm

Signature and year lower left and at the back.

Sold at

Euro 1.600,00

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Lot N: 0428

LIEGI ULVI (1859 - 1939)

Landscape with tree.

24 x 11.5 cm

Signature lower left.

Starting Price

Euro 1.000,00

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Lot N: 0429

PIERO MARUSSIG (1879 - 1937)

Boulevard with figures.

45 x 55 cm

Piero Marussig Archives - Studio d'Arte Nicoletta Colombro, Milan authenticity certificate on photo.

Starting Price

Euro 1.500,00

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Lot N: 0430

GIUSEPPE MOLTENI (1800 - 1867)

Portrait of lady.

20 x 25 cm

Signature lower left.

Sold at

Euro 1.500,00

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Lot N: 0431

TEOFILO PATINI (1840 - 1906)

Attributed to. The lovers.

18 x 23 cm

Sold at

Euro 3.000,00

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Lot N: 0432

EDOARDO TOGNI (1884 - 1962)

Mountain landscape.

100 x 70 cm

Signature lower right.

Starting Price

Euro 1.500,00

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Lot N: 0433

LEONARDO RODA (1868 - 1933)

Mountain landscape with herds.

104 x 80 cm

Signature lower right.

Starting Price

Euro 3.000,00

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Lot N: 0434

CARLO BRANCACCIO (1861 - 1920)

Landscape with church.

92 x 67 cm

Signature and dated lower right.

Starting Price

Euro 2.000,00

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Lot N: 0435

GIACOMO GROSSO (1860 - 1938)

Attributed to. The Tilde.

75 x 144 cm

The painting depictin probably the Tilde, favorite model of the artist. In this regard, we compare the caricature of Attilio Mussino published in Giuseppe Luigi Marini, Giacomo Grosso the painter in Turin between the 19th and 20th centuries, page 143, Turin, 1990.

Sold at

Euro 1.600,00

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Lot N: 0436

ALESSIO ISSUPOFF (1889 - 1957)

Horses and peasants.

100 x 70 cm

Signature lower.

Starting Price

Euro 5.000,00

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Lot N: 0437

ALESSIO ISSUPOFF (1889 - 1957)

Portrait of two smokers.

49 x 63 cm

Signature lower left.

Starting Price

Euro 3.000,00

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Lot N: 0438

DOMENICO DE BERNARDI (1892 - 1963)

Marina with boats.

120 x 100 cm

Signature lower left. At the back signature and year.

Starting Price

Euro 3.000,00

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Lot N: 0439

HERMANN CORRODI (1844 - 1905)

Attributed to. Venice Lagoon at the sunset with San Giorgio Island.

54 x 73.5 cm

Bringing date August 23th 1882 lower left.

Sold at

Euro 4.400,00

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Lot N: 0440

BORIS GEORGIEV (1888 - 1962)

Haydarabad Princess Nilufar.

50 x 65.5 cm

Provenance: Giacometti Georgiev collection. With autenthication of Maria Giacometti Georgiev. Signature upper left. References: Plamena Dimitrova Racheva, Boris Georgiev of Varna, Ed. Kibea, p. 89 and 137. The first portrait of Nilufar was created in Delhi in 1936. She was a Turkish princess, the daughter of a Georgian aristocrat, and the cousin of Princess Duru Shevar. She was married to on of the Haydarabad maharaja's sons. The portrait depicts her from the waist up in the foreground, with the line of the horizon low in the background. To the left behind her is the palace of Haydarabad. The gentle figure dominates in space, but looks lonely in a deserted world. The dynamic line of he silhouette causes the image of the princess to stand out. She is dressed in the traditional white silk sari with golden bands. She hypnotises the viewer with her gaze; her beautiful face is kind and noble. The perfectly executed lines are carved in the primer and coloured, and they follow graphically the graceful gestures and the rich folds of the silk, entwined with the ornaments of the sari's golden band. The young woman wears no jewellery but she creates such a feeling of harmony that her beauty becomes almost unreal. The artist considered Nilufar one of the most beautiful women he ever painted. On April 2, 1936 he wrote from Delhi to his friend Sophia Polkovnikova: "... I began the portrait of the Haydarabad princess, and extraordinary beauty. The portrait is progressing well and she is delighted by it. Yesterday, while I was painting her, I told her the romantic story of our youth and of your destiny. She was moved to tears. Although incredibly beautiful (you cannot really judge from the small photos), she is an exceptionally sensitive and noble person".

Sold at

Euro 12.500,00

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Lot N: 0441

BORIS GEORGIEV (1888 - 1962)

Happiness hut.

83.5 x 52 cm

Publication: Plamena Dimitrova Racheva, Boris Georgiev of Varna, Ed. Kibea, p. 29 e 112. Collection Virginia Giacometti, Italy. The landscape depicts the small hut in the Venetian Alps where the artist lived for several years with his younger sister Katya. In the introduction to his 1929 Berlin exhibition, Boris Georgiev told the following story: "Then I built myself a hut in the Venetian Alps so that I could stay forever with the shepherds, the peasants and the beasts, to make my living with my two hands, from the earth, through hard work. I was hoping that I would thus become free from the awful slavery to society, for society regards the artist as a beggar, so that when the beggar starves to death, the society may profit from the works of his suffering. It almost seemed that I had reached the peak of my happiness a mortal man could have in this world, I seemed to have attained, particularly when my sister, a creature of heavenly kindness and spirituality, joined me to share my new life. Although younger than me, it was she who showed me the possibility for a purer life, for spiritual and moral beauty, and the way that led to them". Information about the Happiness hut is found in a 1962 letter from Nikola Soychev of Pazardjik to writer Mihail Kremen. The letter reads: "In one of his drawings Boris Georgiev depicted his sister Katya shoveling snow in the yard of their snow-covered hut. The hut in question was built by Georgiev himself in Monte Lefre, near Trentino in the Alps, where he has been living with the shepherd for about two years. Looking at the drawing, one would say that Georgiev is a sympathetic recorder of his contemporary life. He documents each day with a perfect picture. Katya takes a keen interest in poetry and music. Boris Georgiev himself occasionally plays the mouthorgan and the piano. He is impressed by the music of Chopin, Beethoven, Mozart and Tchaikovscky. He also loves flowers". The reviews of the artist's exhibition in Brazil mention that it was in mountain home that the artist adopted "the secret teaching of spiritual seclusion amidst the mysteries of nature". It was here that Georgiev created such insightful paintings as "The Eternal Road", "Ave Natura", "Winter", "Contemplation", "Ecce home", and the "Weltschmerz" triptych that he described as his autobiography, as the diary of his soul.

Sold at

Euro 13.000,00

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Lot N: 0442

ANZOLO FUGA (n. 1915)

Single piece. Flowers and birds.

60 x 90 cm

Glass sculpture on wrought iron support. Signature and date, 1991. Coming from the heirs of Anzolo Fuga. The artist takes up a subject dear to him, a measure often used for his stained glass windows. The theme is not a novelty, there are thematic variations in which in other cases is also inserted a vase. The window shown here is significant of a work that the artist produced without any mediation whatsoever for a relative. The leaves of a succulent plant, thinning thinning pointing upwards. At the ends of the tips, oval flowers are formed by a white opaline glass streaked by large concentric murrines fused together. The colors used are red, green and blue. Three birds and a butterfly are inserted in the composition. The artist tries to bring out as much as possible the idea of flowers as if they were fully blown vases. All plates are "embossed". The stained glass window has a wrought iron display case, which contains it. The display case has been designed specifically to hold the work. The glass is made of glazed furnace obtained in Murano.

Starting Price

Euro 3.000,00

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Lot N: 0443

VITTORIO ZECCHIN (1878 - 1947)

Detail of the facade of Ca' D'oro after the Franchetti restoration.

16.5 x 22.5 cm

Provenance: The artist's gift to the friend Amedeo Fuga. For inheritance to the actual owner. Signature lower right. In coeval frame. Even the small picture is probably born from a request of Emilio Fuga to friend Vittorio: to walk through the history invite us very specific elements, starting from the portrait subject. The picture represents a detail of the facade of Ca’d'Oro, the famous Gothic palace in Venice, which faces the Grand Canal not far from Rialto; the golden light that ticks spreads on it causes us to refer sensibly to the stories of 1400, which describe the facade covered in parts of gold leaf; and show you the shapes finally brought back to the original’by the passionate will of Baron Giorgio Franchetti. After almost complete restoration (1916) Giorgio donated the Palazzo to the’Italia, so that it would be an art space for the citizens. Right in the point depicted by ticks (as in others) there was therefore previously, and well known to the Venetians in life towards the end of the 19th century, a superfetation that altered the facade. Probably the painting, even in its small size, celebrates with gratitude the new birth of Ca’ d'Oro in beauty and greater simplicity. Emilio Fuga was familiar with the Franchetti family. This is done starting from his job, carried out from 1897 to 1955 as head of the Sales Office in the Murano Crystal, a firm conceived, promoted and desired by Baron Raimondo Franchetti, inspired entrepreneur, and father of Giorgio. Emilio’s relationship with the stamps was facilitated by the values shared between them: his love for the arts and their preservation, and his active orientation towards the development of the territory in which they operated. It is difficult to think that the presence of this picture in Emilio’s house is a coincidence. And there is another very suggestive aspect: the picture was never hung on the wall. None of those who attended Fuga house remember it. During a reorganization not many years ago emerged from a small stack, in Emilio’s study, next to many documents related to the crystal shop. Why is this work so bright and pleasant, with precise brushes that make it both true and ornamental, had not been highlighted, enjoyable by all the guests of the house?The other painting had been well exposed, as had the dry chalks of the caricatures of the group of friends… The detail of the renovated facade of Ca’ d'oro has remained instead in an intimate space, in Emilio’s studio, and may also have never been hung on the wall; perhaps for Emilio it has remained as a dear memory of Giorgio Franchetti; and perhaps had been commissioned– in a way unfortunately untimely – just to give it to him.

Sold at

Euro 2.400,00

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Lot N: 0444

VITTORIO ZECCHIN (1878 - 1947)

Autumn wood.

72 x 90 cm

Provenance the artist's gift to the friend Amedeo Fuga. For inheritance to the actual owner. In coeval frame. The painting was executed at the request of the friend Amede Fuga (1880-1959). The bond of friendship between Vittorio and Emilio unfolds over very long times. The two were in fact among the components of greater reference than in the facts was a cheerful cenacle sui generis” of young people who produced applied and applied figurative art, theatre and music in that proud and flourishing Autonomous City that was the Murano of the very first‘900. Testimony of the existence of this group is also in the catalogue Vittorio Zecchin 1878-1847, painting, glass, decorative arts, (marsilio, Venice 2002) that publishes and identifies a series of caricatures made by Vittorio to his friends. In Emilio Fuga’s house has long remained an additional set of caricatures of the same characters, this time as dry chalks (in color). From the family testimonies it appears that Emilio asked Vittorio to paint four canvases representing the seasons. Vittorio then performed the first, “Autumn” which is presented here. A son of Emilio reported that upon receiving the requested work, after a little 'silence, Emilio presented to Vittorio a’image, maybe a photo, explaining that this represented better - according to him - the Autumn…. Probably the artist did not take well the provocation of the friend and the story continues with the scene in which Vittorio He stands still, then turns around, and leaves without comment. The other canvases requested were never painted.

Sold at

Euro 20.000,00

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Lot N: 0445

TAPPETO PERSIANO

Persian carpet.

143 x 216 cm

Wool on weft and warp cotton.

Sold at

Euro 50,00

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Lot N: 0446

TAPPETO PERSIANO

Azrbaijan capert, Gobu's area.

204 x 260 cm

Wool on weft and warp cotton.

Sold at

Euro 90,00

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Lot N: 0447

TAPPETO PERSIANO

Kelley carpet, South Persia.

160 x 360 cm

Wool on weft and warp cotton.

Sold at

Euro 100,00

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First session 1-113 19/06/19

11:00

Second session 114-232 19/06/19

16:00

Third session 233-340 20/06/19

11:00

Fourth session 341-469 20/06/19

16:00

Exposition

14 - JUNE 18TH
10-1PM; 3.30PM-6.30PM (SATURDAY AND SUNDAY INCLUDED).