Italian Abstract Painted 3-Panel Screen in Gold/Black/Grey by Stefano Pertini

€15.600,00

Expressive, Italian screen in the colors gold - gray and black by Stefano Pertini from the 1980s. Backside gold plain with slightly pigmented structure, signed by hand S. Pertini 3 wooden panels covered with wallpaper and painted with acrylic colours connected by hinges to moving the individual elements. Stefano Pertini, born in 1955 in Cefalù, grew up in Naples, where he was initially impressed by baroque painting. (especially by Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio) After studying painting at the “accademia di belle arti, 1978-1983 stage work followed, among others, at the "Theatro Coliseo" in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In the course of his artistic career, three clear models for Pertini emerged. On one hand there is Giorgio de Chirico, representative of metaphysical painting – on the other hand René Magritte (Belgian surrealism) and last but not least Juan Gris (synthetic cubism). In addition to some cubist compositions, the artist also devotes himself to stage work at the National Theatre in Thessaloniki (National Theatre of Northern Greece) in 2002 / 2003 2004: Al Madis Theatre, Beirut (Stage design for "Leila wa Madjnun" performance).  

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Quantity:
1
Period:
1980-1989
Place of origin:
Italy
Style:
Mid-Century Modern
Dimensions (cm):
200H x 182W x 60D
Dimensions (inch):
78,74H x 71,65W x 23,62D
Creator / Artist:
Stefano Pertini
Material:
Wood, Acrylic, Paper, Gilt wood, Painted wood
Condition:
Very good;
Inventory ID:
Italian Abstract Painted 3-Panel Screen in Gold/Black/Grey by Stefano Pertini
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