Piero Fornasetti (born the November 10th, 1913 in Milan - died in the same city in October 1988) is a painter, designer, sculptor and Italian interior designer of the twentieth century, the creator of more than 11 000 pieces.
In 1930, he studied drawing at the Academy of Fine Arts Brera, was expelled in 1932 for indiscipline and printed scarves ...
Piero Fornasetti, wall mirror, silkscreen lacquered wood, circa 1950, Italy. Height 85 cm, width 64 cm, depth 3 cm.
Piero Fornasetti (1913-1988), Cabinet "Trumeau Architettura," Barnaba Fornasetti edition, Lithograph on wood, Circa 2000, Italy. Measures: Height: 220 cm, width 80 cm, depth 41 cm.
Piero Fornasetti (1913-1988), "Leopardo" pair of sideboard. Lithographic transfer printed wood, brass and painted wood. Produced by Fornasetti, Circa 2000, Italy. Interior of the top drawer with plastic rounded impressed with logo "FORNASETTI/MILANO."Measures: Height: 84 cm, length: 101 cm, depth: 55 cm.
Piero Fornasetti (1913-1988), Piedestal, "Pyramide humaines", Wood lacquered and steel foot, signed under the top FORNASETTI MILANO (logo), Circa 1960, Italy. Measures: Height: 80 cm, diameter: 115 cm.
Piero Fornasetti (1913-1988), Luster "Piovra Marina" model, Métal (parcel-gilt, lithographically and transfer-printed), Circa 1950, Italy. Measures: Heigth: 55 cm, diameter: 66 cm.
Piero Fornasetti Table with antic medallions, Metal polish screen printed and colorful decor with applications of gold leaf, Production Fornasetti, Circa 1990, Italy. Measures: Height: 75 cm, diameter: 115 cm.
Piero Fornasetti (1913-1988), two columns, Enamelled metal, Atelier Fornasetti, Circa 1950, Italy. Manufacturer's label. Height: 130 cm, base: 13 cm x 15 cm.