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Giuseppe Rivadossi (Nave, 8 July 1935)  Capanno (Shed), 1974
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Ref : 105101
16 000 €
Period :
20th century
Artist :
Giuseppe Rivadossi, 1974
Provenance :
Italy
Medium :
Linden wood sculpture
Dimensions :
L. 17.72 inch X l. 15.35 inch X H. 24.8 inch
Weight :
16.5 Kg
Sculpture  - Giuseppe Rivadossi (Nave, 8 July 1935)  Capanno (Shed), 1974 20th century - Giuseppe Rivadossi (Nave, 8 July 1935)  Capanno (Shed), 1974  - Giuseppe Rivadossi (Nave, 8 July 1935)  Capanno (Shed), 1974 Antiquités - Giuseppe Rivadossi (Nave, 8 July 1935)  Capanno (Shed), 1974
Antichità Santa Giulia

Haute epoque, design


+39 3356166605
Giuseppe Rivadossi (Nave, 8 July 1935) Capanno (Shed), 1974

Capanno, 1974
Sculpture in lime wood

Dimensions: 63 x 39 x 45 cm

"Historical" work by Maestro Giuseppe Rivadossi truly of great aesthetic-emotional impact where the shape of the object is underlined and marked by a series of subtle incisions.

“Capanno” is part of the research and production that master Giuseppe Rivadossi developed in the 70s, an era in which he dedicated himself to the creation of ideal “containers” and “cases” designed to welcome, defend and preserve man and therefore the human race .

Particularly careful, in addition to the idea, is also the form of this work, which clearly refers to what it was supposed to contain.
Seen from the side, it looks like a human figure curled up reading, or perhaps praying.


Work published on: Officina Rivadossi “The Sentiment of the Opera” text by Marco Vappello – page 15


Giuseppe Rivadossi
Having inherited his interest in art from his father Clemente, Rivadossi officially began his artistic career in the sixties, approaching the study of furniture and sculpture in wood, plaster, terracotta and bronze.
There are therefore many materials used in his creations, always inspired by man, by his values and by "living by him.


Giuseppe Rivadossi says:

I have seen woodworking since I was a child.

Until the 1960s, where I now live, the relationship between man and nature, man and nature, was still based on an ancient ethic.
Then industry arrived and with it the looting began.
The hope of a less harsh life soon turned into a bitter realization.
The new technology that was only supposed to be a more perfected tool turned out to be an instrument of frustration and general disintegration.
In this situation I feel more and more deeply the need to express that sense of underlying unity of existence, as a basic idea not to be lost or rediscovered at all costs every day and in everything.
Now these images, these sculptures and these pieces of furniture arise from the depths of my experience like a song, of that hope and of that only alternative that lies before us rather than of nostalgia for the past.

Giuseppe Rivadossi

Antichità Santa Giulia

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