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狂戀琉璃: 馬丁‧柯罕收藏現代義大利琉璃

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Eugene Berman
"OBELISCO"
model no. 4441
with remnants of Venini paper label
red tinted glass applied with clear glass prunts
18 1/2  in. (47 cm) high
circa 1951
produced by Venini, Italy
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來源

Mark Isaacson, New York, acquired in 1984
Collection of Robert Mapplethorpe
Dimitri Levas, New York
Wright, Chicago, May 20, 2014, lot 174
Acquired from the above by the present owner

出版

Anna Venini Diaz de Santillana, Venini: Catalogue Raisonne 1921-1986, Milan, 2000, p. 220 (related model illustrated)
Franco Deboni, Venini Glass Catalogue 1921-2007, Volume II, Turin, 2007, pl. 143 (related model illustrated)  
Marino Barovier, Paolo Venini and his Furnace, Milan, 2016, p. 413 (model illustrated)

相關資料

The Russian born neo-romantic and surrealist scenographer Eugéne Berman (1899-1972) emigrated to the United States in 1930. During the early 1950s he designed a limited series of works inspired by the submerged world of the mythical city of Atlantis. These forms were composed of curved obelisks and small statues. The series was commercially unsuccessful and as a consequence very few examples were produced. Rosa Barovier Mentasti and Cristina Tonini

狂戀琉璃: 馬丁‧柯罕收藏現代義大利琉璃

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