Over 150 lots of furniture, painting, and sculpture will be available on the second day of the upcoming Object & Home sale, offered by Rago. A white dining table from Guglielmo Ulrich will be featured among them. Known for his intersecting skills as a furniture designer, architect, and painter, Ulrich was one of the most influential figures in modern Italian design. Although his works do not strictly suggest simplicity, they fit the characteristics of Modernism. Designed around 1940, the available table is made of lacquered parchment and brass wood.
Other lots of interest include a lantern by Elis Bergh, a Minimalist Swedish designer. Bergh’s silver and glass decorative chandeliers remain popular today. Besides furniture, the sale also includes several oil paintings by Kazuko Inoue. From his early works with vibrant colors to his later monochromatic grid paintings, the development of Inoue’s style is evident in the available lots. By applying thick layers of paint, Inoue frequently draws inspiration from artists such as Kasimir Malevich. View the complete catalog for this auction and register to bid by visiting Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (35), Decorative Arts (12), Furniture (24), Collectibles (13), Asian Works of Art (5)
# of Lots:188
Price Range:$50 - $10,000.
Interesting lots include:
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|Elis Bergh, lantern|| Estimate: |
|Guglielmo Ulrich, dining table|| Estimate: |
|Venini, attribution, monumental chandelier|| Estimate: |
|After Louis-Ernest Barrias, Nature Unveiling Herself Before Science|| Estimate: |
|Kazuko Inoue, Untitled|| Estimate: |