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Massimo Campigli

Italy (Firenze 1895 -  Saint Tropez 1971 ) Wikipedia® : Massimo Campigli
CAMPIGLI Massimo Donna Con Cappello

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Massimo Campigli -  La Strada

Massimo Campigli - La Strada

Original 1956
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Lot number: 111A
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Lot Details Lot 111 A Massimo Campigli (1895-1971) LA STRADA (MELONI/TAVOLA 163) Color lithograph, 1956, on Rives BFK paper, signed, dated and numbered 110/175 in pencil, published by L'Oeuvre Gravée, Paris and with their blindstamp, with good margins, framed. 17 1/2 x 23 1/4 inches. Sheet 19 1/4 x 25 3/8 inches. C
Massimo Campigli - Three Scenes (from Lyriche Di Saffo)

Massimo Campigli - Three Scenes (from Lyriche Di Saffo)

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Lot number: 68
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Lot 68 MASSIMO CAMPIGLI (1895-1971), ITALIAN THREE SCENES (FROM LYRICHE DI SAFFO) 1944, LA FIGLIA DI SAFFO, 1944; ELEGANZA E MOLLEZZA, 1944; DANZE NOTTURNE, 1946 [MELONI-TAVOLA, 73; 70 AND 72 RESPECTIVELY] Three lithographs; each signed and dated 44 in the plate, the first two, each signed and dated in pencil to margins: the first two dated 44; the last dated 46, each numbered: the first inscribed \“epreuve d\‘artiste\”; the next numbered 5/20; the third numbered 11/20 in pencil to margins, one titled verso. Published by Edizioni del Pellicano, Vicenza 1944. Images 6" x 8" — 15.2 x 20.3 cm.; 5.5" x 7.5" — 14 x 19.1 cm.; 7.5" x 12.25" — 19.1 x 31.1 cm.
Massimo Campigli - La Figlia Di Saffo

Massimo Campigli - La Figlia Di Saffo

Original 1944
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Lot number: 594
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Sale 2454 Lot 594 MASSIMO CAMPIGLI La Figlia di Saffo. Lithograph, 1944. 152x213 mm; 6x8 1/4 inches, full margins. Signed, dated and numbered 8/20 in pencil, lower margin. A very good impression of this extremely scarce lithograph. We have not found another impression at auction in the last 30 years. Meloni/Tavola 73.
Massimo Campigli - Donna Con Cappello

Massimo Campigli - Donna Con Cappello

Original 1941
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Lot number: 3249
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Description: MASSIMO CAMPIGLI (Berlin 1895 - 1971 St. Tropez) Donna con cappello. 1941. Fresco on plaster. Signed and dated lower right: CAMPIGLI 41. 50.3 x 42.5 cm. Provenance: - Collection Raffaele Carrieri, Milan. - Farsetti arte Prato, 29. November 1997, lot 370. - Galleria Tega, Milan. - Galleria Marescalchi, Bologna. - Galleria Rosini, Riccione. - Private collection, Italy (bought from the above gallery). Exhibitions: - Milan 1942, Affreschi di Massimo Campigli. Galeria Barbaroux, January. - Darmstadt 2003/04, Massimo Campigli. Mediterraneità und Moderne. Mediterraneità e Modernità. Institut Mathildenhöhe, 12. October - 18. January. Literature: - Campigli, Nicola/Weiss Eva und Marcus: Campigli. Catalogue raisonné, vol. II, Milan 2013, no. 41-010, p. 511 (with ill.) - Clerici, Fabrizio: La casa di Raffaele Carrieri, in: Stile, December 1942, no. 24, p. 54-57 (with ill.) The art of the German-Italian painter Massimo Campigli is characterised by an immensely recognisable quality, distinguishing Campigli as a gifted artist. Early on, he showed great interest in art and was constantly surrounded by art and culture throughout his childhood, which he spent mostly in Florence. As a foreign correspondent, he went to Paris where he became acquainted with various artists of the Italian avant-garde. Numerous visits to the Louvre and the Museo Etrusco in Rome aroused his interest in and predilection for ancient civilisations and their art. This preference, together with the influence of his contemporaries – the metaphysical paintings of Carlo Carràs, the cubist forms of Leger and the classisist works of Picasso – helped him to finally find his own, unmistakable style. In his work, Campigli strove to achieve a calm, harmonious composition. Similar to his Italian artist colleagues, Giorgio Morandi and Mario Sironi, he employed a restrained, earth-hued palette. His examination of the art of the ancient Egyptians and Etruscans can be seen in the forms, style and technique of his painting, mostly depicting female figures. The present work shows a female portrait, a genre to which Campigli devoted much of his time. The care and softness of the face, however, is particularly special in this work. Although many of his portraits possess an archaic hardness, this painting exudes an unusual gentleness. Very fascinating is also the technique in this painting. Campigli uses a fresco style on mortar, which creates a relief character and shows that this work is different and more special than his usual canvas paintings --------------- MASSIMO CAMPIGLI (Berlin 1895 - 1971 St. Tropez) Donna con cappello. 1941. Fresko auf Mörtel. Unten rechts signiert und datiert: CAMPIGLI 41. 50,3 x 42,5 cm. Provenienz: - Sammlung Raffaele Carrieri, Mailand. - Farsetti arte Prato, 29. November 1997, Los 370. - Galleria Tega, Mailand. - Galleria Marescalchi, Bologna. - Galleria Rosini, Riccione. - Privatsammlung Italien. Ausstellungen: - Mailand 1942, Affreschi di Massimo Campigli. Galeria Barbaroux, Januar. - Darmstadt 2003/04, Massimo Campigli. Mediterraneità und Moderne. Mediterraneità e Modernità. Institut Mathildenhöhe, 12. Oktober - 18. Januar. Literatur: - Campigli, Nicola/Weiss Eva und Marcus: Campigli. Catalogue raisonné, Bd. II, Mailand 2013, Nr. 41-010, S. 511 (mit Abb.). - Clerici, Fabrizio: La casa di Raffaele Carrieri, in: Stile, Dezember 1942, Nr. 24, S. 54-57 (mit Abb.). Die Kunst des deutsch-italienischen Malers Massimo Campigli ist geprägt von einem immensen Wiedererkennungswert, der Campigli als begnadeten Künstler auszeichnet. Schon früh zeigt er ein grosses Interesse an Kunst, und durch seine Kindheit, die er hauptsächlich in Florenz verbringt, ist er stets umgeben von Kunst und Kultur. Als Auslandskorrespondent führt es ihn nach Paris, wo er Bekanntschaft mit verschiedenen Künstlern der italienischen Avantgarde macht. Zahlreiche Besuche im Louvre und im Museo Etrusco in Rom wecken sein Interesse und seine Vorliebe für die alten Hochkulturen und deren Kunst. Diese Vorliebe sowie der Einfluss seiner Zeitgenossen, der metaphysischen Malerei Carlo Carràs, der kubistischen Formen Légers und der klassizistischen Arbeiten Picassos lassen ihn schliesslich seinen eigenen und unverkennbaren Stil finden. Campigli strebt in seiner Malerei nach einer ruhigen, harmonischen Komposition. Ähnlich wie seine italienischen Künstlerkollegen Giorgio Morandi und Mario Sironi verwendet er dabei eine zurückhaltende, erdige Farbpalette. Die Auseinandersetzung mit der Kunst der alten Ägypter und der Etrusker sind in den Formen, der Technik und den Ausführungen seiner Malerei, die hauptsächlich weibliche Figuren darstellt, zu erkennen. Das vorliegende Werk zeigt das Porträt einer Frau, denen sich Campigli zeit seines Schaffens so oft gewidmet hat. Speziell an diesem Werk aber sind die Sorgfalt und die Weichheit der Ausgestaltung des Gesichts. Viele seiner Porträts enthalten eine archaische Härte, dieses Gemälde jedoch strahlt eine ungewöhnliche Sanftmut aus. Ebenfalls einzigartig ist die Technik, der sich Campigli bei diesem schönen Porträt bedient. Er verwendet eine Freskotechnik auf Mörtel, die einen reliefartigen Charakter erzeugt und das Werk von seinen üblichen Leinwandmalereien abgrenzt und hervorhebt.
Massimo Campigli - Theseus

Massimo Campigli - Theseus

Original 1949
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Lot number: 36
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CAMPIGLI, MASSIMO. 1895-1971. GIDE, ANDRÉ. Theseus. [Verona: Officina Bodoni (for New Directions), 1949]. 4to (316 x 236 mm). 97, [7] pp. Text in English, with John Russell's translation of Gide. Illustrated with 12 full-page lithographs by Campigli, one signed and laid in. Bound in plain wrappers covered with publisher's printed French wrappers, paper covered card slipcase. Some light foxing to margins and outer page edges, slipcase with light shelfwear and some restoration. Provenance: Julien Levy (printed statement in colophon). FIRST CAMPIGLI EDITION, no 102 of 190 on Pescia handmade paper, from a total edition of 200. The additional loose lithograph with hand-coloring is signed and dated "1948" in pencil by the artist. Designed by Hans Mardersteig, printed on the hand press of the Officina Bodoni. Jentsch The Artist & The Book in Italy 91. Mardersteig 89.
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