FORNASETTI "SOLI E LUNE" 10" CERAMIC PLATE
One of the most interesting elements of Fornasetti's practice is his aesthetic dedication to figuration and fantasy.
Consider that during the 50’s and 60’s, figuration was rejected by artists and designers internationally.
Fornasetti ignored this aesthetic orientation and developed a large visual language, exploring subjects popular throughout Western visual culture.
Fornasetti's interpretations of the sun, moon and the stars are arguably his most recognizable after "Themes and Variations"
A classic posthumous example of his work.
Additional images available on request.
Questions about this product? Contact us or call +1.416.704.1720
Italy, circa 2000