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Roberto Gaetano Crippa

Italy (Monza 1921 -  Bresso 1972 )
CRIPPA Roberto Gaetano Personaggio

Galerie Koller /Dec 3, 2016
27,904.37 - 32,555.10
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Roberto Gaetano Crippa - Untitled

Roberto Gaetano Crippa - Untitled

Original 1955
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Lot number: 723
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ROBERTO GAETANO CRIPPA (1921-1972) to be attributed to Untitled. Canvas. Illegible inscription and date 1955 on the reverse. 60 x 70 ROBERTO GAETANO CRIPPA (1921-1972) à attribuer à Sans titre. Toile. Inscription illisible et date 1955 au revers. 60 x 70 ROBERTO GAETANO CRIPPA (1921-1972) toe te schrijven aan Zonder titel. Doek. Onduidelijke inscriptie en datum 1955 op verso. 60 x 70
Roberto Gaetano Crippa - Totem

Roberto Gaetano Crippa - Totem

Original 1970
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Lot number: 130
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Roberto Crippa, Totem (Red), Acrylic, around 1970 Acrylic on red coated cardboard Roberto Crippa (1921-1972) - Italian painter, graphic artist and sculptor; representative of "Action painting Signed ‘Crippa’’’’’’’’ lower right Stamp of the Gallery d’’’’’’’’Arte Cortina, Milan, on the reverse of the sheet; moreover, stamp of the frame builder ‘Santino Munerato Cornici / Milano’’’’’’’’ on the frame backing board The work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity issued by Rosangela Baggini from January 30, 1974 (as copy) Dimensions: 71 x 50.5 cm Matted behind glass in silvered profile frame: 89 x 68,5 cm
Roberto Gaetano Crippa - Senza Titolo

Roberto Gaetano Crippa - Senza Titolo

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Lot number: 17
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Lot 17: ROBERTO CRIPPA | Senza titolo, anni '70 Senza titolo, anni '70 Collage on board 54 x 65 cm The work is registered with the n. 1124 at Archivio Opere di Roberto Crippa as authenticated on photograph released vby Galleria Pace PROVENANCE: Private collection Artist resale rights (Diritto di Seguito) Provenance: Galleria Pace, Milano Collage on board
Roberto Gaetano Crippa - Personaggio

Roberto Gaetano Crippa - Personaggio

Original 1960
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Lot number: 3416
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ROBERTO CRIPPA (Monza 1921 - 1972 Milan) Personaggio. 1960. Cork and mixed media on wood. Signed and dated on the reverse: R. Crippa 1960. 200 x 200 cm. We thank the Galleria Pace, Milan, for the kind support. Provenance: - Galleria Schwarz, Milan (verso with the lable). - Galleria Annunciata, Milan (verso with the lable). - Galleria Schubert, Milan (verso with the lable). - Purchased from the above gallery by the present owner, since then privately owned Italy. The Italian artist Roberto Gaetano Crippa was born in Monza in 1921. Between 1947 and 1948 he attended the “Accademia di Brera” in Milan. Initially Crippa became involved with Action Painting. He created wild spirals, which unfolded within the space of the canvas. His first exhibition took place at “Galerie Bergamini” in Milan around 1947. There he made the acquaintance of Lucio Fontana, who invited him to join the artist movement “Spazialismo”. In contrast to Fontana, whose artistic research was directed at overcoming painting, Crippa’s practice remained within traditional media. The canvas remained the medium on which he experimented, and he accepted its boundaries. In the 1950s Crippa developed a montage technique, in which he brought together various materials such as tree bark, cork, or iron with nails and glue, and applied them to the canvas. In this he was therefore close to his compatriot Alberto Burri and the Spaniard Antoni Tapiès, all three of whom, in the course of developing from or freeing themselves from the Informel and Abstract Expressionism, explored the most diverse, ordinary and everyday materials, and pushed them to the limits of possibility. The early 1960s in particular were especially fruitful in this respect. Crippa took part in the Biennale in Venice and the Triennale in Milan on several occasions. In addition, he exhibited at the first documenta in Kassel in 1955. The present large format work is a wonderful example of Crippa’s exploration of various materials. The size of the work and also the size of the individual pieces of cork at first give the impression of sheer mass, but when one lingers over the piece, one begins to discern the structure and form of the cork elements in detail, and the work loses its initial massive quality. --------------- ROBERTO CRIPPA (Monza 1921 - 1972 Mailand) Personaggio. 1960. Kork und Mischtechnik auf Holz. Verso signiert und datiert: R. Crippa 1960. 200 x 200 cm. Wir danken der Galleria Pace, Mailand, für die freundliche Unterstützung. Provenienz: - Galleria Schwarz, Mailand (verso mit dem Etikett). - Galleria Annunciata, Mailand (verso mit dem Etikett). - Galleria Schubert, Mailand (verso mit dem Etikett). - Vom jetzigen Besitzer bei obiger Galerie erworben, seitdem Privatbesitz Italien. Der italienische Künstler Roberto Gaetano Crippa wird 1921 in Monza geboren. Er besucht von 1947 – 1948 die Accademia di Brera in Mailand. Crippa setzt sich zunächst mit dem Action Painting auseinander. Er erschafft wilde Spiralen, die sich innerhalb des Raumes der Leinwand entfalten. Seine erste Ausstellung findet um 1947 in der Galerie Bergamini in Mailand statt. Dort macht er Bekanntschaft mit Lucio Fontana, der ihn einlädt, der Künstlerbewegung „Spazialismo“ beizutreten. Im Gegensatz zu Fontana, dessen künstlerische Forschung sich auf die Überwindung der Malerei richtet, bleibt Crippa bei der Verwendung traditioneller Medien. Die Leinwand bleibt das Medium auf dem er experimentiert, und dessen Grenzen er akzeptiert. In den 1950er Jahren findet Crippa zu einer Montagetechnik, bei der er verschiedene Materialien, wie Baumrinde, Kork oder Eisen mit Nägeln und Leim zusammenfügt und auf der Leinwand befestigt. Er steht somit seinem Landsmann Alberto Burri und dem Spanier Antoni Tàpies nahe, die alle drei im Zuge der Weiterentwicklung bzw. Befreiung vom Informel und dem Abstract Expressionism die Auseinandersetzung unterschiedlichster, gewöhnlicher und alltagsbezogener Materialien suchen und diese an die Grenzen des Möglichen führen. Vor allem die frühen 1960er Jahre sind diesbezüglich für die Kunst enorm fruchtbar. Crippa nimmt mehrmals an der Biennale in Venedig und der Triennale in Mailand teil. Zudem stellt er bei der ersten documenta in Kassel 1955 aus. Das vorliegende, grossformatige Werk ist ein wunderbares Beispiel für Crippas Auseinandersetzung mit unterschiedlichen Materialien. Die Grösse der Arbeit, und somit auch die Grösse der einzelnen Korkstücke, wirkt im ersten Augenblick sehr massiv. Verweilt man aber vor dem Werk, beginnt man die Struktur und Form der Korkelemente im Detail wahrzunehmen und das Werk verliert seine anfängliche Massivität.
Roberto Gaetano Crippa - Totem (yellow)

Roberto Gaetano Crippa - Totem (yellow)

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Lot number: 20
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Acrylic on yellow coated cardboard Roberto Crippa (1921-1972) - Italian painter, graphic artist and sculptor; representative of "Action painting Signed ‘Crippa’’’’’’’’ lower right Stamp of the Galleria d’’’’’’’’Arte, Milan, on the reverse of the sheet; stamp of the frame builder ‘Santino Munerato Cornici / Milano’’’’’’’’ on the frame backing board The works is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity issued by Rosangela Baggini on January 30, 1974 (as copy) Dimensions: 71 x 50.5 cm Matted behind glass in silvered profile frame: 89 x 68,5 cm Provenance: Private collection, Italy
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