Pietro Cenedella (1924-1995) was one of the protagonists of artistic life in Brescia in the second half of the 20th century.
He trained in Paris between 1946 and 1956 and paid attention to the lessons of the masters like Brancusi and Moore, but also to the historical roots of Italian (and Brescian) art, in particular to that of Lombardy. He was the artist of an original and personal production of very high level, shown to the national critics and audience of the great exhibition of 1975 in the Rotonda of Via Besana in Milan.
In 1958, he held his first personal exhibition at the AAB (Association of Brescia Artists): after that, his link with the Association was strong and fruitful and culminated in his presidency from 1971-75.
The Cenedella presidency was marked by a phase of extraordinary zeal: the Association changed into the 'Museo laboratorio di arti visive' [Laboratory museum of visual arts], closely linked with the municipal administration and the city museums.
The elegant sculpture is on a plexiglas base, and is 16 cm tall + 3 cm of plexiglas.
- Ormolu, plexiglas
- Ontwerper / Kunstenaar
- Pietro Cenedella
- Fabrikant / Merk
- Esart fonderie
- Geschatte periode
- Land van herkomst
- Als nieuw - ongebruikt
- 19×5×3 cm
- 1050 g