Pair of paintings, attributed to a follower of Paul Jouve
The first painting is a portrait of a naked man holding a lyre, accompanied by a magnificent tiger.
The second painting represents a couple of men, in full creation.
Brazil" desk by Peter Shire for Memphis Milano, 1981
The sculptural Brazil table/console was designed in 1981 by the American ceramist Peter Shire. Made of lacquered wood, it consists of a yellow triangular top supported on one side by a green lacquered quarter circle and on the other by a black triangle resting on a pink lacquered half cylinder.
Side 2" storage unit by Shiro Kuramata for Cappellini
In 1970, Shiro Kuramata designed a series of chests of drawers in different shapes. The frame is made of black-stained ash and the 49 asymmetrical drawers are made of white lacquered wood fibre panels. Each drawer is fitted with a brushed steel door knob. Mounted on castors, the furniture stands out in...
"Getsuen" armchair by Masanori Umeda for Edra, 1990
Getsuen is the floral armchair designed in 1990 by Masanori Umeda for Edra. A floral and velvety theme for this essential armchair of contemporary design.
Wall mirror "Gli Specchi di Dioniso 1" by Ettore Sottsass for Glas Italia
Wall mirror characterized by polychrome frames composed of elements in coloured laminated mirror, coloured laminated crystal and lacquered crystal.
Signature: Ettore Sottsass