Fortuny lampada a sospensione
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Fortuny lampada a sospensione
  • Fortuny lampada a sospensione

Fortuny Hanging lamp

Hanging lamp with chromed and turned aluminium diffusor with white lacquered inside.

Size: cm Ø 53
Max W 100 E 27
Weight Kg 3,5

Reboot Mariano Fortuny, Italy 1929

Handcrafted product made in Italy 

This product is made with the utmost care for details, for the resistance of materials and for the quality of the finish, in order to create each time a unique item. It is manufactured by skilled craftsmen, who, with their professionalism, are part of the quality of Made in Italy.

Fortuny hanging lamp

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639,00 € tax incl. 859,00 € tax incl.

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Mariano Fortuny

(Granada, 11  maggio 1871 – Venice, 3 maggio 1949) was a Spanish painter, stylist and set designer naturalized as Italian citizen.
Fortuny was a son of artists: his father was Marià Fortuny, a Spanish printer, while his mother, Cecilia de Madrazo, came from an artistic family.
In 1889, the family moved to Venice and Fortuny set up his laboratory in the old building Pesaro Orfei.
Fortuny devoted himself to the painting, the engraving, the scenography, the lighting technique and the applied arts.
Fortunity is the founder of the company Tessuti artistici Fortuny.
Fortuny died at the age of 78 in his Venetian building. Later the widow, Henriette Negrin, gave the building to the city of Venice.

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