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Roberto Gaetano Crippa

Italy (Monza 1921 -  Bresso 1972 )
CRIPPA Roberto Gaetano Abstract Composition With Figures

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Roberto Gaetano Crippa -  Full Moon

Roberto Gaetano Crippa - Full Moon

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Lot number: 108
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ROBERTO CRIPPA Italian 1921-1972 Oil on Canvas Oil on canvas. Featuring a full moon. Signed and attr. Roberto Crippa (Italian, 1921-1972) on the lower left corner. 15.7 x 11.8 in. (40 x 30 cm). Crippa's work in the early fifties was centered around series of paintings called Spirals , geometric and abstract: with the almost circular circular gesture (but never perfectly round) Crippa created involuted spaces, from which they generated rays that were ideally projected out of the two-dimensionality of the canvas, in line with the principles of the spatial "Manifesto". He was also known abroad for his works, Crippa reached New York , where he met the surrealists Max Ernst, Victor Brauner and Yves Tanguy, and exhibited at the Alexander Iolas gallery. The Spirals changed, becoming heavier, incisive and involute, interlaced with each other. These figures, developed between 1954 and 1956, are called Totems. In 1955 he moved to the production of multi-material works, which populated a personal exhibition at the Naviglio gallery in Milan. The following year the inspiration of the polymaterial paintings was further developed, with the production of iron, bronze and steel works inspired by primitive symbolism. With these works he participated in the 1958 Biennale.PROVENANCE: Southern Ontario estate
Roberto Gaetano Crippa - Spirali

Roberto Gaetano Crippa - Spirali

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Lot number: 25
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Roberto Crippa Spirali 1951-1952 Oil on canvas Signed and dated on wooden canvas stretcher verso; retains Roberto Crippa Archive identification label and unknown label verso Canvas: 35.25" x 39.375"; Frame: 35.75" x 39.875"; (Canvas: 90 x 100 cm) Roberto Crippa archive identification no. 1199 Together with letter of expertise from Gimmi Stefanini, editor of the Roberto Crippa catalogue raisonné
Roberto Gaetano Crippa - Abstract Composition With Figures

Roberto Gaetano Crippa - Abstract Composition With Figures

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Lot number: 107
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Lot # : 107 - ROBERTO CRIPPA Italian 1921-1972 OOC Oil on canvas. Featuring abstract composition with figures. Signed and attr Roberto Crippa (Italian, 1921-1972). 10.6 x 12.6 in. (27 x 32 cm). Crippa's work in the early fifties was centered around series of paintings called Spirals , geometric and abstract: with the almost circular circular gesture (but never perfectly round) Crippa created involuted spaces, from which they generated rays that were ideally projected out of the two-dimensionality of the canvas, in line with the principles of the spatial "Manifesto". He was also known abroad for his works, Crippa reached New York , where he met the surrealists Max Ernst, Victor Brauner and Yves Tanguy, and exhibited at the Alexander Iolas gallery. The Spirals changed, becoming heavier, incisive and involute, interlaced with each other. These figures, developed between 1954 and 1956, are called Totems. In 1955 he moved to the production of multi-material works, which populated a personal exhibition at the Naviglio gallery in Milan. The following year the inspiration of the polymaterial paintings was further developed, with the production of iron, bronze and steel works inspired by primitive symbolism. With these works he participated in the 1958 Biennale.PROVENANCE: Southern Ontario estate.
Roberto Gaetano Crippa - Senza Titolo

Roberto Gaetano Crippa - Senza Titolo

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Lot number: 552
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Roberto Crippa * (Monza 1921–1972 Milan) Senza titolo, 1970, signed on the reverse R. Crippa 70, mixed media and cork on wood panel, 72x93cm, framed Photo certificate: Roberto Crippa junior, dated: Milan 15.4.2000 Provenance: Galleria Schettini, Milan (stamp on the reverse) Galleria Rosenberg, Milan (label on the reverse) Private Collection, Italy
Roberto Gaetano Crippa -  La Foresta

Roberto Gaetano Crippa - La Foresta

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Lot number: 71
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Roberto Crippa * (Monza 1921–1972 Milan) La foresta, 1957, signed Crippa 57, signed, dated and titled on the reverse Crippa 1957-La foresta. Two unidentified custom stamps on the reverse, oil on canvas, 162 x 130 cm, framed Provenance: Sotheby\’s, Milan, 22 May 2007, lot 118 European Private Collection Exhibition: London, Between Space and Earth, Marlborough Gallery, 1957
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