Chiaro di Luna Bronze 1989
A cast by Battaglia in Milan, six copies. This wall sculpture depicts a façade of a building with seven Renaissance-style windows. One of the widows is distorted. It was executed in November 1989 by the Fonderia Artistica Battaglia, Via Silicone 10, Milan.
A model of only six in bronze by Marcello Pietrantoni (born in Brescia, Italy 1934). He studied architecture and was fascinated by different materials until he found bronze in 1986. Besides his exhibition in the Comune di Milano all’Ansaldo nel 1990, he had major expositions in Venezia, Roma, Firenze, Pietrasanta, Bologna, Viareggio, Torino, Napoli, Palermo. All’estero a Parigi, Berlino, Bruxelles, San Francisco, New York, Londra. Padiglione Italia 54’ Biennale di Venezia and at the Biennale di Palermo (2013).
Country of Origin: Italy
Dimensions: 27.5" H x 52.5" W x 5.5" D