Pair of Italian 19th Century Baroque Carved Arm Throne Chairs, Figural Carvings

$28,500.00

Valentino Panciera Besarel (1829-1902) was Andrea Brustolon’s great heir of the 19th century in wood carving; he presented himself as Brustolon’s natural successor and alter ego. He studied from 1855-1857 in Venice and his career developed the most in there and in Belluno, although it was also turned to countries beyond the Alps. He applied in furniture and in ecclesiastical and secular decoration, showing his talents in furniture and frames making. References: Catalogue by Massimo de Grassi, Valentino Panciera Besarel, Verona, 2002) and was the subject of a monograph, Giovanni Angelini, Gli Scultori Panciera Besarel (Belluno 2002). Biasuz G., and Buttignon M.G., 1969. Andrea Brustolon (Istituto Veneto Arti Grafiche) 1969 Gonzales-Palacios, Alvar, 1967. Il mobilio del ‘700 veneto Semenzato, G., 1967. La scultura veneta del Seicento e del Settecento (Turin: Alfieri) Valcanover, F., 1960. Indice delle opere d’arte della città e provincia di Belluno (Venice) Biasuz, G., and E. Lacchin, 1928. Brustolon, preface by U. Ometti (Venice: Zanetti).

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    Number of Items: 2

    Dealer Location: Stamford, CT

    Condition: Good

    Wear: Wear consistent with age and use

    Height: 51

    Width: 37.50

    Depth: 31

    Style: Baroque

    Date of origin: 1880

    Place of Manufacture: Italy

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