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A limited edition wall sculpture designed by Salvador Dali (1904-1989) and produced by Daum, as part of the collaboration between the artist and the French art glass company, lasting from 1968 until 1984. Recreating Dali’s melting clock in blue Pa?te de Verre, with gilded hour and minute hands and numbers, draped on a gilt bronze coat hanger, the overall surrealist mode and underlying theme of the piece is based on the melting pocket watches of Dali’s earlier work, and easily most famous painting 'The Persistence of Memory' (1931). Very good condition, consistent with age and use, with some minor loss of the gilded finish to the hanger, due to the glass. Includes certificate of authenticity.
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A watercolor painting entitled "Tropical Beauty" by Wladyslaw T. Benda (1873-1948). The piece depicts a young woman and flowers and is set in a wood frame with flower motif carvings.
A framed watercolor by Alexandro De Canedo entitled "The Neophytes"and painted in 1933. Canedo was born in Mexico City in 1902 to a Spanish father and American mother. At 15 he studied in Paris at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts under the sculptor Jean Magrou. He held is first exhibition of pencil drawings at the Circolo Artistico in Rome in 1927 and in 1928 moved to the U.S. where his first New York Exhibition of pencil drawings was the inaugural exhibition of the Cheshire Gallery in the Chrysler Building in 1932. He continued exhibiting in and around New York and by 1935 he was showing both watercolors and drawings. He continued producing and exhibiting through the 1940s and relocated to Los Angeles in the 1950s where he was active in the L.A. art scene through the late 60's. He passed away in 1978.
A beautiful teal blown Murano glass ‘Pulcini’ bird designed by Alessandro Pianon for Visitosi, circa 1952-1953 as part of a limited edition.
A modernist glass sculpture by Czech born contemporary glass artist Martin Rosol, clear with pink tint and frosted details, creating a unique optical effect, standing on a flat rotating base in black plexiglass. Markings include [Martin Rosol 1191] signed to the base. This art piece remains in very good condition, consistent with age.
A pair of fog grey studio glass sculptures on Lucite bases, shaped as short and tall abstracted female torsos.
Venetian glass artist Alfredo Barbini created this Murano glass sculpture circa 1950s, depicting three soft pink birds, each decorated with 'bullicante' controlled bubbles, perched on a winding branch, with gold infusion.
Murano glass sculpture of a boy in a turban, standing on a base, hand-blown in multicolored glass, with the inclusion of gold flecks. Signed ‘Gino Cenedese’ on the bottom.
An Archimede Seguso pair of Murano glass 'Sommerso' sculptures of cockatoo parrots, in indigo and gold flecks, each placed on a clear curved base.
A large Murano Glass sculpture of a parrot, in the style of Barovier e Toso, hand-blown in multicolored glass, with incredibly detailed head, beak and claws.
A vintage French sculpture of a flock of geese in flight, produced by Daum, features six geese in glass, each suspended by chrome beams, attached to a flat, rectangular brown leather base.
A Sculpture of a round Fresnel lens, originally intended for studio lighting, in borosilicate glass; the lens, with optical rings, is artfully displayed on a black metal stand.
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