Over the course of the 20th century, designer lighting has, literally, lit the way for numerous artists who have cleverly reinterpreted floor lamps, table lamps, and sconces, while remaining faithful to contemporary design and the decorative arts. Whether Italian, French or Spanish, the artists who are represented here have brought a breath of f...
Poul Henningsen, Artichoke luster, Louis Poulsen manufacturer, Aluminium and circa 2010, Denmark. Measure: Height 90 cm, diameter 80 cm.
Gaetano Sciolari, luster, aluminium and glass, circa 1960, Italy. Measures: height 80 cm, diameter 95 cm.
Guy Bareff (1942), illuminated sculpture, white clay, signed and numerated 1, circa 1970, France. Height: 31 cm, diameter: 35 cm.
Georges Pelletier, totem floor lamp, white ceramic, signed, France, circa 1970. Measures: Height 1m 48, diameter 22 cm. "Certificate of Authenticity" of the artist.
Georges Pelletier, TOTEM floor lamp, white ceramic, signed, circa 1970, France. Measures: Height 1m57, diameter 22 cm. “Certificate of Authenticity” of the artist.
Vladimir Slavov, Line 04 table lamp, DIM Atelier, brass and plexiglass, circa 2008, Bulgaria. Hauteur: 52 cm, largeur: 10 cm, profondeur: 8 cm.
Mazzega, important chandelier, golden metal structure, Murano glass production, circa 1970, Italy. Measure: Height 2 m, width 2 m, depth 10 cm.
Vistosi, table lamp, glass, circa 1970, Italy. Measures: Height 50 cm, diameter 40 cm.
Lea Ginac, pair of sconces, marble, circa 2000, France. Measures: Diameter 31 cm.