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Pietro Annigoni for Porcellane Eva Sud

Pietro Annigoni for Porcellane Eva Sud Black and White Set Bowls, 1960s

Pietro Annigoni for Porcellane Eva Sud Black and White Set Bowls, 1960s

Regular price $320.00 AUD
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Pietro Annigoni was an Italian painter known for his portraits of notable figures, including members of European royalty, politicians, and celebrities. In addition to his painting work, Annigoni was also a designer and illustrator, and he created a number of pieces for the Italian porcelain company Eva Sud.

One of Annigoni's most famous designs for Eva Sud is his "Lady with the Hat" collection, which features a portrait of a woman wearing a large hat with a wide brim. The portrait is applied to porcelain dinnerware, including plates, cups, and saucers, as well as other items such as vases and figurines.

Annigoni's design for Eva Sud is known for its delicacy and attention to detail, which is typical of both Annigoni's painting work and the high-quality porcelain produced by Eva Sud. The "Lady with the Hat" collection is highly sought-after by collectors of Italian porcelain and vintage design, and is considered a classic example of mid-century Italian design.

Place of Origin: Italy
Date of Manufacture: 1960s
In style: Mid Century Modern
Materials & Techniques: Glazed Ceramic
Condition: Good condition, wear and consist with age and use 

Height:      8,5 cm
Diameter:  5,5 cm

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