1950s Rare Wall Light in Ceramic by Alcyone


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  • €1,973 Euro
  • $2,333 US Dollar

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1950s Rare Wall Light in Ceramic by Alcyone

Large rare and stunning 1950s wall light in ceramic by Luigi Carron for Alcyone, each one has a different character, one is Pantalone and one is Pulcinella. Amazing lustre and condition, only the one with Pantalone has a little finger missing which can be hardly seen but can be restored if desired.

Signed Alcyone in the back. Original conditions. Wear commensurate with age and use.

Luigi Carron ,Born in Marostica, in the province of Vicenza, in 1926, at the age of 17, he was already a partisan escort of the Osoppo Brigade and fought against the Nazi-fascist occupation.
At the end of the war he graduated from the artistic high school in his hometown and began drawing activity at the Graziani College in Bassano and around the mid-fifties, together with the members Ferruccio Los, Visonà di Valdagno, Ferruccio Costacurta and Mario Pozza. he founded the ceramic laboratory "Alcyone" in Nove di Bassano.
A painter, sculptor, medalist and ceramist in 1979 he created the central door of the Arcipretale Church of Marostica.
In 1995 he created a ceramic Via Crucis for the Church of San Luca.
He died in Marostica in 2006


  • H: 52cm (20.47in)
  • W: 30cm (11.81in)
  • D: 7cm (2.76in)


circa 1955

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