Pietro Chiesa for Fontana Arte Grand Chandelier
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Pietro Chiesa for Fontana Arte, chandelier, brass, glass, Italy, 1940s
This long chandelier by Italian designer Pietro Chiesa consists of twelve lights. The lightbulbs are placed in front of round glass disks. Beautiful feature are the sunlike rays painted on the glass that create an almost flowerlike look.
Pietro Chiesa (1892-1948) was born into a family of artists from Ticino, Switzerland. Best known for his glassware, Chiesa presented his work for the first time at the 1925 Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes in Paris. In 1933, Chiesa’s studio merged with Fontana Arte. Chiesa became the firm’s art director and ultimately designed numerous objects for Fontana Arte.
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