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Original Glazed Majolica Statute, Carlo Lorenzetti for Pietro Melandri, 1934

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Diana the Huntress is an original decorative object realized by Carlo Lorenzetti for Pietro Melandri in 1934. Original Faenza Ceramics. Original glazed majolica. Good conditions; some restorations on patina Reference: - Gaudenzi E., Pietro Melandri (1885-1976), Faenza, Gruppo Editoriale Faenza, 2002; - A. Panzetta, Nuovo dizionario degli Scultori Italiani dell’Ottocento e del primo Novecento. Da Antonio Canova ad Arturo Martini, Adarte, Turin, 2003, vol. 1; - A. Panzetta (a cura di), Alluminio. Tra Futurismo e Contemporaneità. Un percorso nella scultura italiana sul filo della materia, catalogo della mostra (Montevarchi), Florence, 2013; - V. Sgarbi, A. Panzetta, Gli scultori di D'Annunzio, anima e materia, Milan, 2015, Silvana Editoriale, p. 134-135. The beautiful goddess, protector of the woods, is depicted with a bow in her hand and is accompanied by a fawn. The work, one of the most important pieces of Melandri's production, was created by one of the Roman sculptors with whom Melandri collaborated. The work presents considerable complexity due to the size and luster of the ceramic. The work has been realized by Carlo Lorenzetti (Venice, 1858 - Venice, 1945) an Italian sculptor and artist. After receiving an initial education at a charity school, he was started as a sculptor, learning how to work with wood. In 1878, he joined the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice, becoming a pupil of Luigi Ferrari and Antonio Dal Zotto. After leaving the Academy, he engaged in the activity of sculptor. Skilled portraitist and technically gifted, Lorenzetti painted various portraits of politicians, intellectuals, artists with whom he was in contact, often on commission from the municipality of Venice. Carlo Lorenzetti played a leading role in the institution of the Venice International Art Exhibition, founded in 1893 by the mayor of Venice Riccardo Selvatico, and exhibited his works in various editions, until the late 1920s. Always very close to his hometown, he created various works inspired by facts of the history of Venice and its characters. This object is shipped from Italy. Under existing legislation, any object in Italy created over 70 years ago by an artist, designer or craftsman who has died requires a license for export regardless of the work’s market price. The shipping may require additional handling days to require the license according to the final destination of the object.

Details

  • Creator
    Carlo Lorenzetti (Manufacturer)
  • Dimensions
    Height: 19.1 in. (48.5 cm)Width: 11.82 in. (30 cm)Depth: 9.06 in. (23 cm)
  • Materials and Techniques
  • Place of Origin
  • Period
  • Date of Manufacture
    1934
  • Condition
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  • Seller Location
    Roma, IT
  • Reference Number
    Seller: J-782951stDibs: LU2698317911651

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