Italian Modern Sculpture Solid Brass Wire Mounted on Black Marble Marquinia 2010

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Particular and suggestive composition in brass and black marble; with strong brass wires the artist has created a refined and airy object, a structure that draws a timeless and ethereal volume and occupies the space with elegance; the artisan-artist stands out for the aesthetic and poetic research of new expressive languages, which, combined with the artisan wisdom, show his eclectic soul. What does it represent? A geometric explosion or a schematic bouquet of flowers or something else? Never ask a craftsman-artist "what is it ?", he will answer "it represents what you want, imagine!". We can only say that this brass work successfully celebrates the latest furniture trend, the return of this ductile material that ennobles furniture and becomes the protagonist of new experiments. Technically, the object is constructed with solid brass wires welded together, joined at the base on a massive cast brass hemisphere; black Marquinia marble was used for the pedestal, this material is extracted from Spanish quarries, deep black in color with a very compact background, crossed by irregular white veins and small cracks more or less marked with a diagonal pattern; Marquinia is widely used for fine ornamental work. Handcrafted in Italy in 2010. Cm.53 x 40. Base size cm.20 x 17.

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Quantity:
1
Period:
21st century and contemporary
Place of origin:
Italy
Style:
Modern
Dimensions (cm):
53H x 40W x 40D
Dimensions (inch):
20,87H x 15,75W x 15,75D
Creator / Artist:
Material:
Brass, Marble
Condition:
Good; Wear consistent with age and use.
Inventory ID:
2271A
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Credit card,
Debit card
Shipping options:
International - YES
Shipping regions:
Worldwide

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