Graduated from the Academy of Brera, this multicard artist, painter, sculptor, writer, stylist, designer inspired by ancients but also by Chiric, works from the 30's with Gio Ponti, until the 60's. He released a surreal furniture that gives Fornasetti a place quite apart in the Italian design of the 20th century.
PIERO FORNASETTI (1913-1988) Coffee table Brass, wood H 17 x W 39.5 x D 20 inches Italy, circa 1950
PIERO FORNASETTI (1913-1988) Large cylindrical table lamp with polychromic medallion Metal lithography H 22,4 x D 6,3 inches H 57 x D 16 cm Italy, circa 1950
PIERO FORNASETTI (1913-1988) Mirror Venini glass and wood lithography D 11 inches D 28 cm Italy, 1950
PIERO FORNASETTI (1913-1988) Side table "Astral" Prints on wood, lacquered metal H 57 x D 60 cm H 22,4 x D 23,6 inches Italy, circa 1950
PIERO FORNASETTI (1913-1988) Ice bucket Printed metal and aluminium H 26 x D 23 cm H 10,2 x D 9 inches Italy, circa 1960
PIERO FORNASETTI (1913-1988) Folding screen "Bosco con Balaustra-Libri" Lacquered wood, brass, lithographic printing H 200 / W 200 cm Italy, Circa 1950 Folding screen composed of four panels, one side represents a wooded landscape with a balustrade, the other a library. Literature: B.Fornasetti, M.Casadio, A. Branzi, Fornasetti, the complete...
PIERO FORNASETTI (1913-1988) Ice bucket “Sailing boats and icebergs” Screenprinted metal and anodized aluminum Signed “Fornasetti Milano made in Italy” H 26 / D 23 cm H 10 1/4 / D 9 inches Italie, circa 1960