Large sculpture in wrought iron representing a fountain illustrating a tree populated with different species of birds, with green patina and partially gilded, black marble base with four conical cups
Height: 270 cm
Length: 104 cm
- Italian private collection in Varese
Born in Feltre, Carlo Rizzarda was a world-class blacksmith, trained at the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan and under the guidance of the famous craftsman Alessandro Mazzucotelli. In 1926, he bought the Palazzo Villabruna to house his growing collection of modern art, including works by Egon Schiele, Felice Casorati and Adolfo Wildt. On his untimely death in 1931, his palazzo and collection were bequeathed to the city, creating the "Galleria d'Arte Moderne Carlo Rizzarda" museum, which also houses some stunning examples of his ironwork.
Delevery information :
Pick up in gallery.
Regular deliveries in Paris.
Possible deliveries by us at the expense of the buyer (expenses to be determined according to the size and the place).
3 500 €