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Massimo Campigli

Italy (Firenze 1895 -  Saint Tropez 1971 ) Wikipedia® : Massimo Campigli
CAMPIGLI Massimo Porte Et Façade

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Massimo Campigli - Festa Notturna

Massimo Campigli - Festa Notturna

Original 1959
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Lot number: 165
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Massimo Campigli FESTA NOTTURNA (NIGHT PARTY) 1895 - 1971 Signed Campigli and dated 59 (lower right) Oil on canvas 31 1/2 by 43 1/4 in. 80 by 109.8 cm Painted in 1959. Authentication The authenticity of this work has kindly been confirmed by Nicola Campigli. Galerie Otto Stangl, Munich Exhibited Munich, Galerie Otto Stangl, Campigli, 1959, no. 8 Florence, Palazzo Strozzi, Mostra Mercato Nazionale d'Arte Contemporanea, 1963 (possibly) Catalogue Note During a journey to Florence in 1928, Campigli became profoundly influenced by Etruscan art. In its forms, as well as in the work of the ancient Egyptians, Campigli found an archaic vocabulary of expression that permitted him to marry the pictorial language of the avant-garde with a figurative approach to painting. The influence of past cultures is beautifully presented in Festa Notturna: its flat, frontal depiction of the figures is reminiscent of Byzantine mosaics and frescoes. The earthy palette of subdued tones of ochre, orange and brown, coupled with a roughed surface, further evoke the technique of fresco painting. On the other hand, the use of registers, clearly separating the figures into separate planes, is derived from Egyptian wall painting, which Campigli admired for its precisely delineated, geometrical style, and for its conceptual approach to reality.A striking feature of the present painting is that its numerous figures, tightly packed within the picture frame, are all female. Although depicting a segment of contemporary urban life, Campigli was not interested in showing a truthful image of an ordinary gathering. Instead, he painted a world of his imagination, populated by women, rather than the reality that surrounded him. According to the painter’’’’’’’’s own memoirs, his childhood was spent at his grandmother’’’’’’’’s house, entirely in the company of women. He no doubt recreated the environment of his early years in his paintings, in which man plays no part. Rather than representing a cross-section of contemporary population, his figures acquire an iconic quality, resembling monarchs and deities from Byzantine frescoes, giving them a timeless, infinite dimension.
Massimo Campigli - Idoli

Massimo Campigli - Idoli

Original 1956
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Lot number: 35
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Lot 35: MASSIMO CAMPIGLI (1895 - 1971) | Idoli, 1956 Signed and dated lower right The work is authenticated by Nicola Campigli with the n.6135756 PROVENANCE: Galleria d'arte moderna, Modena (stamp on the back) Private collection 36,7x26,3 cm Medium: Oil on canvas Date: 1956
Massimo Campigli - Danzatrice

Massimo Campigli - Danzatrice

Original 1965
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Lot number: 13
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Massimo Campigli, Danzatrice, Lithograph in Colors, 1965 Lithograph in colors on wove paper ‘BFK Rives’’’’’’’’ (watermark) Switzerland, 1965 Massimo Campigli (1895-1971) – German-Italian painter, graphic artist and journalist Signed and dated ‘Campigli 65’’’’’’’’ and numbered in pencil (numbering in the images deviates from the real numbering of the lot) Published in the Edition Wolfgang Ketterer, Munich (with their blindstamp) Catalogue raisonné: Meloni/Tavola 212 Image dimensions: 41.8 x 49.5 cm, sheet dimensions: 50.3 x 65.5 cm Good condition The lithograph in colors is in overall good condition with slight signs of age. The image dimensions are 41.8 x 49.5 cm, the sheet dimensions 50.3 x 65.5 cm. Massimo Campigli (1895-1971) Born as Max Ihlenfeldt in Berlin, Massimo Campigli grew up in Florence and moved to Milan in 1909 where he encountered the Futurists while working as a journalist. After his release as a prisoner of war during World War I, Campigli moved to Paris and began painting in the manner of Fernand Léger and Pablo Picasso with figures in sculptural and geometrical design. He frequently exhibited after his first show at the Bragaglia Gallery in Rome in 1923 while aligning himself withNovecento artists. It was not until 1928, however, when Campigli realized his distinctive style through a pivotal discovery of Etruscan art at the Roman Villa Giulia in 1928. These works were well-received in Paris and Milan galleries in 1929 and 1931, respectively, with a series of international solo exhibitions and large-scale commissions continuing into the 1930’’’’’’’’s. In 1948, Campigli had a solo exhibition at the Venice Biennial and was honored with a retrospective in 1967 at the Palazzo Reale in Milan. His works are presented internationally at the Hermitage Museum, Museum of Modern Art, and Bilbao Fine Arts Museum.
Massimo Campigli - Porte Et Façade

Massimo Campigli - Porte Et Façade

Original c.1965
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Lot number: 32
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32 | Massimo Campigli (1895-1971), Porte et Façade, Gouache, c. 1965 Gouache on paper Italy/France, c. 1965 Massimo Campigli (1895-1971) – Italian painter, graphic artist and journalist Signed ‘Massimo’’’’’’’’ and dedicated ‘un petite trésor pour mes chers amis’’’’’’’’ lower right Dimensions: 31.4 x 23.8 cm
Massimo Campigli - Le Tour De France

Massimo Campigli - Le Tour De France

Original 1937
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Lot number: 46
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46 | Massimo Campigli (1895-1971), Le Tour de France, Oil, 1937 Oil on canvas, relined Italy, 1937 Massimo Campigli (1895-1971) – German-Italian painter and printmaker Signed and dated 'M Campigli 37' lower right Stamped by Galleria del Levante, Milan and stamped and labeled by Galleria Gissi, Turin on the stretcher and with leftovers of a label of the Institut Mathildenhöhe, Darmstadt on the frame Catalogue raisonné: Campigli 37-018 Complete title: Le Tour de France/La Folla Dimensions: 64.5 x 80.8 cm Gilt stucco frame: 96.5 x 113 cm Very good condition Exhibitions: La donna memoria ed emblema di M. Campigli, Galleria Gissi, Turin 1968, no. 4; Massimo Campigli, Mediterraneità und Moderne, Institut Mathildenhöhe, Darmstadt 2003-2004, no. 78
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