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      • Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph - Handsigned
        Feb. 03, 2024

        Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph - Handsigned

        Est: €100 - €200

        Hand-Signed and dated. Publisher: Editions Panderma Carl Laszlo. Arturo Bonfanti (1905–1978) was an Italian painter born in Bergamo. Biography Having studied at the Andrea Fantoni art school in Bergamo since 1924, Bonfanti moved to Milan in 1926 and devoted his energies to graphic art and interior decoration. It was in the 1930s that he developed relations with the group of abstract artists gravitating around the Galleria del Milione in Milan. He was also influenced by the Metaphysical art of Carlo Carrà and L’Esprit nouveau of Amédée Ozenfant and Le Corbusier. His return to Bergamo during World War II was followed in the post-war period by various trips to Paris, Zurich and Munich. In 1947 he started to produce abstract paintings, aiming for the geometric simplification of forms. Unlike many artists of that period, he did not join a specific artistic movement, and his creativity was not confined by medium. In 1954, he won an award at the Cannes Film Festival for his film La chiave di Calandrino. During the 34th Venice Biennale in 1968 the Italy pavilion devoted a room exclusively to his artworks. Bonfanti participated in the controversial São Paulo Art Biennial of 1969, which was the subject of an international boycott. He represented Italy in a group exhibition with Mario Radice, Ferruccio Bortoluzzi, Giovanni Korompay, Lucio Saffaro, Piero Rambaudi, and Giuliano Vangi.

        Art Atelier
      • Arturo Bonfanti, Abstract
        Jan. 10, 2024

        Arturo Bonfanti, Abstract

        Est: $100 - $200

        Arturo Bonfanti, Abstract, Italy 1905 - 1978, pencil signed, '67, 2/30, untitled, black and white abstract lithograph on paper, unframed 9 7/8" x 14"; mat size 14 1/2" x23". CONDITION: Very fine.

        Barry S. Slosberg Inc
      • Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph - Handsigned- Original price €40
        Dec. 17, 2023

        Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph - Handsigned- Original price €40

        Est: €100 - €200

        Hand-Signed and dated. Publisher: Editions Panderma Carl Laszlo. Arturo Bonfanti (1905–1978) was an Italian painter born in Bergamo. Biography Having studied at the Andrea Fantoni art school in Bergamo since 1924, Bonfanti moved to Milan in 1926 and devoted his energies to graphic art and interior decoration. It was in the 1930s that he developed relations with the group of abstract artists gravitating around the Galleria del Milione in Milan. He was also influenced by the Metaphysical art of Carlo Carrà and L’Esprit nouveau of Amédée Ozenfant and Le Corbusier. His return to Bergamo during World War II was followed in the post-war period by various trips to Paris, Zurich and Munich. In 1947 he started to produce abstract paintings, aiming for the geometric simplification of forms. Unlike many artists of that period, he did not join a specific artistic movement, and his creativity was not confined by medium. In 1954, he won an award at the Cannes Film Festival for his film La chiave di Calandrino. During the 34th Venice Biennale in 1968 the Italy pavilion devoted a room exclusively to his artworks. Bonfanti participated in the controversial São Paulo Art Biennial of 1969, which was the subject of an international boycott. He represented Italy in a group exhibition with Mario Radice, Ferruccio Bortoluzzi, Giovanni Korompay, Lucio Saffaro, Piero Rambaudi, and Giuliano Vangi.

        Art Atelier
      • BONFANTI ARTURO (1905 - 1978) - Untitled.
        Dec. 07, 2023

        BONFANTI ARTURO (1905 - 1978) - Untitled.

        Est: €300 - €500

        BONFANTI ARTURO (1905 - 1978). Untitled.. 58/90. Edition, signature and year lower in pencil. Plate size: 40,5 x 34 cm. . 56,30 x 46,50 cm. 1974.

        Capitolium Art
      • BONFANTI ARTURO (1905 - 1978) - Untitled.
        Dec. 07, 2023

        BONFANTI ARTURO (1905 - 1978) - Untitled.

        Est: €300 - €500

        BONFANTI ARTURO (1905 - 1978). Untitled.. 58/90. Edition, signature and year lower in pencil. Plate size: 34x 40,5 cm. . 56,50 x 46,00 cm. 1974.

        Capitolium Art
      • Arturo Bonfanti, Studio 408.
        Dec. 06, 2023

        Arturo Bonfanti, Studio 408.

        Est: €7,000 - €9,000

        Firma, data, titolo e misure sul retro Timbro ed etichette della Galleria Lorenzelli, Bergamo; etichetta di Lorenzelli Arte, Milano; etichetta di Adelphi galleria d'arte contemporanea, Padova sul retro

        Mediartrade Casa d'aste
      • Arturo Bonfanti (1905-1978) Composizione n. 5 olio su tavola 46 x 38 cm.
        Dec. 05, 2023

        Arturo Bonfanti (1905-1978) Composizione n. 5 olio su tavola 46 x 38 cm.

        Est: €2,500 - €3,500

        Arturo Bonfanti (1905-1978) Composizione n. 5 olio su tavola 46 x 38 cm.

        Christie's
      • Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph - Handsigned
        Nov. 25, 2023

        Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph - Handsigned

        Est: €100 - €200

        Hand-Signed and dated. Publisher: Editions Panderma Carl Laszlo. Arturo Bonfanti (1905–1978) was an Italian painter born in Bergamo. Biography Having studied at the Andrea Fantoni art school in Bergamo since 1924, Bonfanti moved to Milan in 1926 and devoted his energies to graphic art and interior decoration. It was in the 1930s that he developed relations with the group of abstract artists gravitating around the Galleria del Milione in Milan. He was also influenced by the Metaphysical art of Carlo Carrà and L’Esprit nouveau of Amédée Ozenfant and Le Corbusier. His return to Bergamo during World War II was followed in the post-war period by various trips to Paris, Zurich and Munich. In 1947 he started to produce abstract paintings, aiming for the geometric simplification of forms. Unlike many artists of that period, he did not join a specific artistic movement, and his creativity was not confined by medium. In 1954, he won an award at the Cannes Film Festival for his film La chiave di Calandrino. During the 34th Venice Biennale in 1968 the Italy pavilion devoted a room exclusively to his artworks. Bonfanti participated in the controversial São Paulo Art Biennial of 1969, which was the subject of an international boycott. He represented Italy in a group exhibition with Mario Radice, Ferruccio Bortoluzzi, Giovanni Korompay, Lucio Saffaro, Piero Rambaudi, and Giuliano Vangi.

        Art Atelier
      • ARTURO BONFANTI WITHOUT TITLE
        Nov. 08, 2023

        ARTURO BONFANTI WITHOUT TITLE

        Est: €3,500 - €4,500

        signature and date on the back

        Fidesarte Italia SRL
      • Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph - Handsigned
        Oct. 14, 2023

        Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph - Handsigned

        Est: €100 - €200

        Hand-Signed and dated. Publisher: Editions Panderma Carl Laszlo. Arturo Bonfanti (1905–1978) was an Italian painter born in Bergamo. Biography Having studied at the Andrea Fantoni art school in Bergamo since 1924, Bonfanti moved to Milan in 1926 and devoted his energies to graphic art and interior decoration. It was in the 1930s that he developed relations with the group of abstract artists gravitating around the Galleria del Milione in Milan. He was also influenced by the Metaphysical art of Carlo Carrà and L’Esprit nouveau of Amédée Ozenfant and Le Corbusier. His return to Bergamo during World War II was followed in the post-war period by various trips to Paris, Zurich and Munich. In 1947 he started to produce abstract paintings, aiming for the geometric simplification of forms. Unlike many artists of that period, he did not join a specific artistic movement, and his creativity was not confined by medium. In 1954, he won an award at the Cannes Film Festival for his film La chiave di Calandrino. During the 34th Venice Biennale in 1968 the Italy pavilion devoted a room exclusively to his artworks. Bonfanti participated in the controversial São Paulo Art Biennial of 1969, which was the subject of an international boycott. He represented Italy in a group exhibition with Mario Radice, Ferruccio Bortoluzzi, Giovanni Korompay, Lucio Saffaro, Piero Rambaudi, and Giuliano Vangi.

        Art Atelier
      • Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph - Handsigned
        Aug. 26, 2023

        Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph - Handsigned

        Est: €100 - €200

        Hand-Signed and dated. Publisher: Editions Panderma Carl Laszlo. Arturo Bonfanti (1905–1978) was an Italian painter born in Bergamo. Biography Having studied at the Andrea Fantoni art school in Bergamo since 1924, Bonfanti moved to Milan in 1926 and devoted his energies to graphic art and interior decoration. It was in the 1930s that he developed relations with the group of abstract artists gravitating around the Galleria del Milione in Milan. He was also influenced by the Metaphysical art of Carlo Carrà and L’Esprit nouveau of Amédée Ozenfant and Le Corbusier. His return to Bergamo during World War II was followed in the post-war period by various trips to Paris, Zurich and Munich. In 1947 he started to produce abstract paintings, aiming for the geometric simplification of forms. Unlike many artists of that period, he did not join a specific artistic movement, and his creativity was not confined by medium. In 1954, he won an award at the Cannes Film Festival for his film La chiave di Calandrino. During the 34th Venice Biennale in 1968 the Italy pavilion devoted a room exclusively to his artworks. Bonfanti participated in the controversial São Paulo Art Biennial of 1969, which was the subject of an international boycott. He represented Italy in a group exhibition with Mario Radice, Ferruccio Bortoluzzi, Giovanni Korompay, Lucio Saffaro, Piero Rambaudi, and Giuliano Vangi.

        Art Atelier
      • Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph - Handsigned
        Jul. 08, 2023

        Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph - Handsigned

        Est: €100 - €200

        Hand-Signed and dated. Publisher: Editions Panderma Carl Laszlo. Arturo Bonfanti (1905–1978) was an Italian painter born in Bergamo. Biography Having studied at the Andrea Fantoni art school in Bergamo since 1924, Bonfanti moved to Milan in 1926 and devoted his energies to graphic art and interior decoration. It was in the 1930s that he developed relations with the group of abstract artists gravitating around the Galleria del Milione in Milan. He was also influenced by the Metaphysical art of Carlo Carrà and L’Esprit nouveau of Amédée Ozenfant and Le Corbusier. His return to Bergamo during World War II was followed in the post-war period by various trips to Paris, Zurich and Munich. In 1947 he started to produce abstract paintings, aiming for the geometric simplification of forms. Unlike many artists of that period, he did not join a specific artistic movement, and his creativity was not confined by medium. In 1954, he won an award at the Cannes Film Festival for his film La chiave di Calandrino. During the 34th Venice Biennale in 1968 the Italy pavilion devoted a room exclusively to his artworks. Bonfanti participated in the controversial São Paulo Art Biennial of 1969, which was the subject of an international boycott. He represented Italy in a group exhibition with Mario Radice, Ferruccio Bortoluzzi, Giovanni Korompay, Lucio Saffaro, Piero Rambaudi, and Giuliano Vangi.

        Art Atelier
      • Arturo Bonfanti L. 484
        Jul. 06, 2023

        Arturo Bonfanti L. 484

        Est: €3,000 - €4,000

        firmato, datato e intitolato al retro Etichetta e timbri al retro della Galleria Lorenzelli, Milano

        Cambi Casa d'Aste
      • Arturo Bonfanti 1905–1978
        Jun. 27, 2023

        Arturo Bonfanti 1905–1978

        Est: CHF300 - CHF500

        Arturo Bonfanti 1905–1978 2 Zeichnungen, 1968 und 1969 Bleistift auf Papier signiert und datiert BONFANTI 68 sowie 69 27,5 x 23,5 cm diverse Formate, max, (Lichtmass) (2)

        Artcurial Beurret Bailly Widmer
      • Arturo Bonfanti, 1905-1978, Folder. Senza titolo (Untitled)
        Jun. 21, 2023

        Arturo Bonfanti, 1905-1978, Folder. Senza titolo (Untitled)

        Est: CHF450 - CHF700

        All sheets: 8/40. All signed and dated. Numbered and typographically titled in the imprint. Locarno, François Lafranca, 1968. In cardboard folder.

        Germann Auction House Ltd
      • Arturo Bonfanti "Comp. 296" 1967 oil on masonite cm 30x25 Signed, titled and dated 1967 on the reverse Provenance Galleria Lorenzelli, Bergamo Galleria Michelangelo, Bergamo Nickel collection, New York Private collection, New York Lit...
        May. 24, 2023

        Arturo Bonfanti "Comp. 296" 1967 oil on masonite cm 30x25 Signed, titled and dated 1967 on the reverse Provenance Galleria Lorenzelli, Bergamo Galleria Michelangelo, Bergamo Nickel collection, New York Private collection, New York Lit...

        Est: €2,000 - €3,000

        (Bergamo 1905 - 1978) "Comp. 296" 1967 oil on masonite cm 30x25 Signed, titled and dated 1967 on the reverse Provenance Galleria Lorenzelli, Bergamo Galleria Michelangelo, Bergamo Nickel collection, New York Private collection, New York Literature L.M. Barbero "Arturo Bonfanti. Catalogo Ragionato" Ed. Electa, 2010, p.270 n.67 D011 ill. § This lot has been imported under temporary artistic importation licence. Subject to an additional 10% VAT on the hammer price for EU residents. IT "Comp. 296" 1967 olio su masonite cm 30x25 Firmato, titolato e datato 1967 al retro Provenienza Galleria Lorenzelli, Bergamo Galleria Michelangelo, Bergamo Collezione Nickel, New York Collezione privata, New York Bibliografia L.M. Barbero "Arturo Bonfanti. Catalogo Ragionato" Milano, Ed. Electa, 2010, p.270 n.67 D011 ill. § Lotto in temporanea importazione doganale. Soggetto ad un ulteriore iva del 10% sul valore di aggiudicazione per i residenti U.E.

        Il Ponte Auction House
      • Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph - Handsigned
        May. 20, 2023

        Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph - Handsigned

        Est: €100 - €200

        Hand-Signed and dated. Publisher: Editions Panderma Carl Laszlo. Arturo Bonfanti (1905–1978) was an Italian painter born in Bergamo. Biography Having studied at the Andrea Fantoni art school in Bergamo since 1924, Bonfanti moved to Milan in 1926 and devoted his energies to graphic art and interior decoration. It was in the 1930s that he developed relations with the group of abstract artists gravitating around the Galleria del Milione in Milan. He was also influenced by the Metaphysical art of Carlo Carrà and L’Esprit nouveau of Amédée Ozenfant and Le Corbusier. His return to Bergamo during World War II was followed in the post-war period by various trips to Paris, Zurich and Munich. In 1947 he started to produce abstract paintings, aiming for the geometric simplification of forms. Unlike many artists of that period, he did not join a specific artistic movement, and his creativity was not confined by medium. In 1954, he won an award at the Cannes Film Festival for his film La chiave di Calandrino. During the 34th Venice Biennale in 1968 the Italy pavilion devoted a room exclusively to his artworks. Bonfanti participated in the controversial São Paulo Art Biennial of 1969, which was the subject of an international boycott. He represented Italy in a group exhibition with Mario Radice, Ferruccio Bortoluzzi, Giovanni Korompay, Lucio Saffaro, Piero Rambaudi, and Giuliano Vangi.

        Art Atelier
      • BONFANTI ARTURO
        May. 13, 2023

        BONFANTI ARTURO

        Est: €30 - €100

        Composition

        Campo & Campo
      • ARTURO BONFANTI Composition
        May. 09, 2023

        ARTURO BONFANTI Composition

        Est: €6,000 - €7,000

        signature, date and title on the reverse

        Fidesarte Italia SRL
      • Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph - Handsigned
        Mar. 25, 2023

        Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph - Handsigned

        Est: €100 - €200

        Hand-Signed and dated. Publisher: Editions Panderma Carl Laszlo. Arturo Bonfanti (1905–1978) was an Italian painter born in Bergamo. Biography Having studied at the Andrea Fantoni art school in Bergamo since 1924, Bonfanti moved to Milan in 1926 and devoted his energies to graphic art and interior decoration. It was in the 1930s that he developed relations with the group of abstract artists gravitating around the Galleria del Milione in Milan. He was also influenced by the Metaphysical art of Carlo Carrà and L’Esprit nouveau of Amédée Ozenfant and Le Corbusier. His return to Bergamo during World War II was followed in the post-war period by various trips to Paris, Zurich and Munich. In 1947 he started to produce abstract paintings, aiming for the geometric simplification of forms. Unlike many artists of that period, he did not join a specific artistic movement, and his creativity was not confined by medium. In 1954, he won an award at the Cannes Film Festival for his film La chiave di Calandrino. During the 34th Venice Biennale in 1968 the Italy pavilion devoted a room exclusively to his artworks. Bonfanti participated in the controversial São Paulo Art Biennial of 1969, which was the subject of an international boycott. He represented Italy in a group exhibition with Mario Radice, Ferruccio Bortoluzzi, Giovanni Korompay, Lucio Saffaro, Piero Rambaudi, and Giuliano Vangi.

        Art Atelier
      • Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph - Handsigned - Original price € 55
        Jan. 28, 2023

        Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph - Handsigned - Original price € 55

        Est: €100 - €200

        Hand-Signed and dated. Publisher: Editions Panderma Carl Laszlo. Arturo Bonfanti (1905–1978) was an Italian painter born in Bergamo. Biography Having studied at the Andrea Fantoni art school in Bergamo since 1924, Bonfanti moved to Milan in 1926 and devoted his energies to graphic art and interior decoration. It was in the 1930s that he developed relations with the group of abstract artists gravitating around the Galleria del Milione in Milan. He was also influenced by the Metaphysical art of Carlo Carrà and L’Esprit nouveau of Amédée Ozenfant and Le Corbusier. His return to Bergamo during World War II was followed in the post-war period by various trips to Paris, Zurich and Munich. In 1947 he started to produce abstract paintings, aiming for the geometric simplification of forms. Unlike many artists of that period, he did not join a specific artistic movement, and his creativity was not confined by medium. In 1954, he won an award at the Cannes Film Festival for his film La chiave di Calandrino. During the 34th Venice Biennale in 1968 the Italy pavilion devoted a room exclusively to his artworks. Bonfanti participated in the controversial São Paulo Art Biennial of 1969, which was the subject of an international boycott. He represented Italy in a group exhibition with Mario Radice, Ferruccio Bortoluzzi, Giovanni Korompay, Lucio Saffaro, Piero Rambaudi, and Giuliano Vangi.

        Art Atelier
      • Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.
        Jan. 07, 2023

        Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.

        Est: €100 - €200

        Hand-Signed and dated. Publisher: Editions Panderma Carl Laszlo. Arturo Bonfanti (1905–1978) was an Italian painter born in Bergamo. Biography Having studied at the Andrea Fantoni art school in Bergamo since 1924, Bonfanti moved to Milan in 1926 and devoted his energies to graphic art and interior decoration. It was in the 1930s that he developed relations with the group of abstract artists gravitating around the Galleria del Milione in Milan. He was also influenced by the Metaphysical art of Carlo Carrà and L’Esprit nouveau of Amédée Ozenfant and Le Corbusier. His return to Bergamo during World War II was followed in the post-war period by various trips to Paris, Zurich and Munich. In 1947 he started to produce abstract paintings, aiming for the geometric simplification of forms. Unlike many artists of that period, he did not join a specific artistic movement, and his creativity was not confined by medium. In 1954, he won an award at the Cannes Film Festival for his film La chiave di Calandrino. During the 34th Venice Biennale in 1968 the Italy pavilion devoted a room exclusively to his artworks. Bonfanti participated in the controversial São Paulo Art Biennial of 1969, which was the subject of an international boycott. He represented Italy in a group exhibition with Mario Radice, Ferruccio Bortoluzzi, Giovanni Korompay, Lucio Saffaro, Piero Rambaudi, and Giuliano Vangi.

        Art Atelier
      • ARTURO BONFANTI (BERGAMO, 1905 - 1978) - COMPOSIZIONE GEOMETRICA
        Dec. 16, 2022

        ARTURO BONFANTI (BERGAMO, 1905 - 1978) - COMPOSIZIONE GEOMETRICA

        Est: €4,000 - €6,000

        Olio su tela riportata su tela, cm 20,5x23. Sul verso: firma.

        Pananti Casa D'Aste SRL
      • Arturo Bonfanti 1905 Bergamo-1978 Bergamo
        Dec. 15, 2022

        Arturo Bonfanti 1905 Bergamo-1978 Bergamo

        Est: €3,000 - €4,000

        firmato, datato e intitolato al retro¶Etichetta e timbro al retro della Galleria Lorenzelli, Milano

        Cambi Casa d'Aste
      • Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.
        Dec. 04, 2022

        Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.

        Est: €100 - €200

        Hand-Signed and dated. Publisher: Editions Panderma Carl Laszlo. Arturo Bonfanti (1905–1978) was an Italian painter born in Bergamo. Biography Having studied at the Andrea Fantoni art school in Bergamo since 1924, Bonfanti moved to Milan in 1926 and devoted his energies to graphic art and interior decoration. It was in the 1930s that he developed relations with the group of abstract artists gravitating around the Galleria del Milione in Milan. He was also influenced by the Metaphysical art of Carlo Carrà and L’Esprit nouveau of Amédée Ozenfant and Le Corbusier. His return to Bergamo during World War II was followed in the post-war period by various trips to Paris, Zurich and Munich. In 1947 he started to produce abstract paintings, aiming for the geometric simplification of forms. Unlike many artists of that period, he did not join a specific artistic movement, and his creativity was not confined by medium. In 1954, he won an award at the Cannes Film Festival for his film La chiave di Calandrino. During the 34th Venice Biennale in 1968 the Italy pavilion devoted a room exclusively to his artworks. Bonfanti participated in the controversial São Paulo Art Biennial of 1969, which was the subject of an international boycott. He represented Italy in a group exhibition with Mario Radice, Ferruccio Bortoluzzi, Giovanni Korompay, Lucio Saffaro, Piero Rambaudi, and Giuliano Vangi.

        Art Atelier
      • Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.
        Oct. 29, 2022

        Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.

        Est: €100 - €200

        Hand-Signed and dated. Publisher: Editions Panderma Carl Laszlo. Arturo Bonfanti (1905–1978) was an Italian painter born in Bergamo. Biography Having studied at the Andrea Fantoni art school in Bergamo since 1924, Bonfanti moved to Milan in 1926 and devoted his energies to graphic art and interior decoration. It was in the 1930s that he developed relations with the group of abstract artists gravitating around the Galleria del Milione in Milan. He was also influenced by the Metaphysical art of Carlo Carrà and L’Esprit nouveau of Amédée Ozenfant and Le Corbusier. His return to Bergamo during World War II was followed in the post-war period by various trips to Paris, Zurich and Munich. In 1947 he started to produce abstract paintings, aiming for the geometric simplification of forms. Unlike many artists of that period, he did not join a specific artistic movement, and his creativity was not confined by medium. In 1954, he won an award at the Cannes Film Festival for his film La chiave di Calandrino. During the 34th Venice Biennale in 1968 the Italy pavilion devoted a room exclusively to his artworks. Bonfanti participated in the controversial São Paulo Art Biennial of 1969, which was the subject of an international boycott. He represented Italy in a group exhibition with Mario Radice, Ferruccio Bortoluzzi, Giovanni Korompay, Lucio Saffaro, Piero Rambaudi, and Giuliano Vangi.

        Art Atelier
      • Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.
        Sep. 24, 2022

        Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.

        Est: €100 - €200

        Hand-Signed and dated. Publisher: Editions Panderma Carl Laszlo. Arturo Bonfanti (1905–1978) was an Italian painter born in Bergamo. Biography Having studied at the Andrea Fantoni art school in Bergamo since 1924, Bonfanti moved to Milan in 1926 and devoted his energies to graphic art and interior decoration. It was in the 1930s that he developed relations with the group of abstract artists gravitating around the Galleria del Milione in Milan. He was also influenced by the Metaphysical art of Carlo Carrà and L’Esprit nouveau of Amédée Ozenfant and Le Corbusier. His return to Bergamo during World War II was followed in the post-war period by various trips to Paris, Zurich and Munich. In 1947 he started to produce abstract paintings, aiming for the geometric simplification of forms. Unlike many artists of that period, he did not join a specific artistic movement, and his creativity was not confined by medium. In 1954, he won an award at the Cannes Film Festival for his film La chiave di Calandrino. During the 34th Venice Biennale in 1968 the Italy pavilion devoted a room exclusively to his artworks. Bonfanti participated in the controversial São Paulo Art Biennial of 1969, which was the subject of an international boycott. He represented Italy in a group exhibition with Mario Radice, Ferruccio Bortoluzzi, Giovanni Korompay, Lucio Saffaro, Piero Rambaudi, and Giuliano Vangi.

        Art Atelier
      • Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.
        Aug. 28, 2022

        Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.

        Est: €100 - €200

        Hand-Signed and dated. Publisher: Editions Panderma Carl Laszlo. Arturo Bonfanti (1905–1978) was an Italian painter born in Bergamo. Biography Having studied at the Andrea Fantoni art school in Bergamo since 1924, Bonfanti moved to Milan in 1926 and devoted his energies to graphic art and interior decoration. It was in the 1930s that he developed relations with the group of abstract artists gravitating around the Galleria del Milione in Milan. He was also influenced by the Metaphysical art of Carlo Carrà and L’Esprit nouveau of Amédée Ozenfant and Le Corbusier. His return to Bergamo during World War II was followed in the post-war period by various trips to Paris, Zurich and Munich. In 1947 he started to produce abstract paintings, aiming for the geometric simplification of forms. Unlike many artists of that period, he did not join a specific artistic movement, and his creativity was not confined by medium. In 1954, he won an award at the Cannes Film Festival for his film La chiave di Calandrino. During the 34th Venice Biennale in 1968 the Italy pavilion devoted a room exclusively to his artworks. Bonfanti participated in the controversial São Paulo Art Biennial of 1969, which was the subject of an international boycott. He represented Italy in a group exhibition with Mario Radice, Ferruccio Bortoluzzi, Giovanni Korompay, Lucio Saffaro, Piero Rambaudi, and Giuliano Vangi.

        Art Atelier
      • Studio 408.
        Jul. 12, 2022

        Studio 408.

        Est: €7,000 - €9,000

        Firma, data, titolo e misure sul retro Timbro ed etichette della Galleria Lorenzelli, Bergamo; etichetta di Lorenzelli Arte, Milano; etichetta di Adelphi galleria d'arte contemporanea, Padova sul retro

        Mediartrade Casa d'aste
      • Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.
        May. 07, 2022

        Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.

        Est: €100 - €200

        Hand-Signed and dated. Publisher: Editions Panderma Carl Laszlo. Arturo Bonfanti (1905–1978) was an Italian painter born in Bergamo. Biography Having studied at the Andrea Fantoni art school in Bergamo since 1924, Bonfanti moved to Milan in 1926 and devoted his energies to graphic art and interior decoration. It was in the 1930s that he developed relations with the group of abstract artists gravitating around the Galleria del Milione in Milan. He was also influenced by the Metaphysical art of Carlo Carrà and L’Esprit nouveau of Amédée Ozenfant and Le Corbusier. His return to Bergamo during World War II was followed in the post-war period by various trips to Paris, Zurich and Munich. In 1947 he started to produce abstract paintings, aiming for the geometric simplification of forms. Unlike many artists of that period, he did not join a specific artistic movement, and his creativity was not confined by medium. In 1954, he won an award at the Cannes Film Festival for his film La chiave di Calandrino. During the 34th Venice Biennale in 1968 the Italy pavilion devoted a room exclusively to his artworks. Bonfanti participated in the controversial São Paulo Art Biennial of 1969, which was the subject of an international boycott. He represented Italy in a group exhibition with Mario Radice, Ferruccio Bortoluzzi, Giovanni Korompay, Lucio Saffaro, Piero Rambaudi, and Giuliano Vangi.

        Art Atelier
      • Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.
        Feb. 26, 2022

        Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.

        Est: €100 - €200

        Hand-Signed and dated. Publisher: Editions Panderma Carl Laszlo. Arturo Bonfanti (1905–1978) was an Italian painter born in Bergamo. Biography Having studied at the Andrea Fantoni art school in Bergamo since 1924, Bonfanti moved to Milan in 1926 and devoted his energies to graphic art and interior decoration. It was in the 1930s that he developed relations with the group of abstract artists gravitating around the Galleria del Milione in Milan. He was also influenced by the Metaphysical art of Carlo Carrà and L’Esprit nouveau of Amédée Ozenfant and Le Corbusier. His return to Bergamo during World War II was followed in the post-war period by various trips to Paris, Zurich and Munich. In 1947 he started to produce abstract paintings, aiming for the geometric simplification of forms. Unlike many artists of that period, he did not join a specific artistic movement, and his creativity was not confined by medium. In 1954, he won an award at the Cannes Film Festival for his film La chiave di Calandrino. During the 34th Venice Biennale in 1968 the Italy pavilion devoted a room exclusively to his artworks. Bonfanti participated in the controversial São Paulo Art Biennial of 1969, which was the subject of an international boycott. He represented Italy in a group exhibition with Mario Radice, Ferruccio Bortoluzzi, Giovanni Korompay, Lucio Saffaro, Piero Rambaudi, and Giuliano Vangi.

        Art Atelier
      • Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.
        Dec. 18, 2021

        Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.

        Est: €100 - €200

        Hand-Signed and dated. Publisher: Editions Panderma Carl Laszlo. Arturo Bonfanti (1905–1978) was an Italian painter born in Bergamo. Biography Having studied at the Andrea Fantoni art school in Bergamo since 1924, Bonfanti moved to Milan in 1926 and devoted his energies to graphic art and interior decoration. It was in the 1930s that he developed relations with the group of abstract artists gravitating around the Galleria del Milione in Milan. He was also influenced by the Metaphysical art of Carlo Carrà and L’Esprit nouveau of Amédée Ozenfant and Le Corbusier. His return to Bergamo during World War II was followed in the post-war period by various trips to Paris, Zurich and Munich. In 1947 he started to produce abstract paintings, aiming for the geometric simplification of forms. Unlike many artists of that period, he did not join a specific artistic movement, and his creativity was not confined by medium. In 1954, he won an award at the Cannes Film Festival for his film La chiave di Calandrino. During the 34th Venice Biennale in 1968 the Italy pavilion devoted a room exclusively to his artworks. Bonfanti participated in the controversial São Paulo Art Biennial of 1969, which was the subject of an international boycott. He represented Italy in a group exhibition with Mario Radice, Ferruccio Bortoluzzi, Giovanni Korompay, Lucio Saffaro, Piero Rambaudi, and Giuliano Vangi.

        Art Atelier
      • Arturo Bonfanti - Bergamo, 1905 - Bergamo, 1978 - Senza titolo
        Dec. 11, 2021

        Arturo Bonfanti - Bergamo, 1905 - Bergamo, 1978 - Senza titolo

        Est: €3,500 - €4,500

        Arturo Bonfanti Bergamo, 1905 - Bergamo, 1978 Senza titolo 1966 Olio su tela cm. 23,5x28 Sul verso: firma e data.

        Fabiani Arte
      • Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.
        Nov. 27, 2021

        Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.

        Est: €100 - €200

        Hand-Signed and dated. Publisher: Editions Panderma Carl Laszlo. Arturo Bonfanti (1905–1978) was an Italian painter born in Bergamo. Biography Having studied at the Andrea Fantoni art school in Bergamo since 1924, Bonfanti moved to Milan in 1926 and devoted his energies to graphic art and interior decoration. It was in the 1930s that he developed relations with the group of abstract artists gravitating around the Galleria del Milione in Milan. He was also influenced by the Metaphysical art of Carlo Carrà and L’Esprit nouveau of Amédée Ozenfant and Le Corbusier. His return to Bergamo during World War II was followed in the post-war period by various trips to Paris, Zurich and Munich. In 1947 he started to produce abstract paintings, aiming for the geometric simplification of forms. Unlike many artists of that period, he did not join a specific artistic movement, and his creativity was not confined by medium. In 1954, he won an award at the Cannes Film Festival for his film La chiave di Calandrino. During the 34th Venice Biennale in 1968 the Italy pavilion devoted a room exclusively to his artworks. Bonfanti participated in the controversial São Paulo Art Biennial of 1969, which was the subject of an international boycott. He represented Italy in a group exhibition with Mario Radice, Ferruccio Bortoluzzi, Giovanni Korompay, Lucio Saffaro, Piero Rambaudi, and Giuliano Vangi.

        Art Atelier
      • Composizione geometrica ARTURO BONFANTI
        Nov. 25, 2021

        Composizione geometrica ARTURO BONFANTI

        Est: €3,500 - €6,000

        Olio su tela Dimensione: cm 20,5 x 23 Firma al retro Mostre Galerie Bassenge, Berlin, etichetta al retro Provenienza Opera acquistata direttamente dall’artista Collezione privata, Berlino

        International Art Sale Italy
      • Arturo Bonfanti 1905–1978
        Nov. 10, 2021

        Arturo Bonfanti 1905–1978

        Est: CHF300 - CHF400

        Arturo Bonfanti 1905–1978 Ohne Titel, 1964 Bleistift und Kreide auf Papier unten in der Mitte signiert und datiert BONFANTI 64

        Artcurial Beurret Bailly Widmer
      • Arturo Bonfanti 1905–1978
        Nov. 10, 2021

        Arturo Bonfanti 1905–1978

        Est: CHF400 - CHF600

        Arturo Bonfanti 1905–1978 Ohne Titel, 1969 Tinte auf Papier unten rechts der Mitte signiert und datiert BONFANTI 69.

        Artcurial Beurret Bailly Widmer
      • Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.
        Sep. 18, 2021

        Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.

        Est: €375 - €425

        Hand-Signed and dated. Publisher: Editions Panderma Carl Laszlo

        Art Atelier
      • Arturo Bonfanti 1905 - 1978 x2
        Aug. 24, 2021

        Arturo Bonfanti 1905 - 1978 x2

        Est: $200 - $400

        Arturo Bonfanti 1905 - 1978 x2 Serigraphs in colour 48/100 and 2/100 Signed lower right 31 x 36cm

        McKenzies Auctioneers
      • Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.
        Aug. 07, 2021

        Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.

        Est: €375 - €425

        Hand-Signed and dated. Publisher: Editions Panderma Carl Laszlo

        Art Atelier
      • Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.
        Jun. 19, 2021

        Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.

        Est: €375 - €425

        Hand-Signed and dated. Publisher: Editions Panderma Carl Laszlo

        Art Atelier
      • Bonfanti, Arturo: Abstrakte Komposition
        Jun. 11, 2021

        Bonfanti, Arturo: Abstrakte Komposition

        Est: €700 - €900

        Abstrakte Komposition Öl auf Leinwand, ganzflächig auf Holzspanplatte kaschiert. 20,5 x 23 cm. Verso von fremder Hand bezeichnet. - Provenienz: Privatbesitz Berlin - Wir bitten darum, Zustandsberichte zu den Losen zu erfragen, da der Erhaltungszustand nur in Ausnahmefällen im Katalog angegeben ist. - Please ask for condition reports for individual lots, as the condition is usually not mentioned in the catalogue.

        Galerie Bassenge
      • Bonfanti, Arturo: Geometrische Komposition
        Jun. 11, 2021

        Bonfanti, Arturo: Geometrische Komposition

        Est: €700 - €900

        Geometrische Komposition Öl auf Leinwand, ganzflächig auf Holzspanplatte kaschiert. 20,5 x 23 cm. Verso von fremder Hand bezeichnet. Typische, geometrisch-minimalistisch gehaltene Arbeit des italienischen Künstlers, der sich ab 1926 in Mailand aufhält und im Kreise abstrakt arbeitender Kunstschaffender um die Galleria del Milione Mailand bewegt. 1960-75 nimmt er an zahlreichen Einzel- und Gruppenausstellungen in Europa und Amerika teil, 1968 bespielt er den italienischen Pavillon im Rahmen der 34. Venedig Biennale. - Provenienz: Privatbesitz Berlin - Wir bitten darum, Zustandsberichte zu den Losen zu erfragen, da der Erhaltungszustand nur in Ausnahmefällen im Katalog angegeben ist. - Please ask for condition reports for individual lots, as the condition is usually not mentioned in the catalogue.

        Galerie Bassenge
      • Arturo Bonfanti Abstract Lithograph, Signed Edition
        May. 20, 2021

        Arturo Bonfanti Abstract Lithograph, Signed Edition

        Est: $100 - $200

        Gallery label to reverse: Brooke Alexander Gallery, New York, New York. Provenance: Brooke Alexander Gallery, New York, New York.

        Palm Beach Modern Auctions
      • Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.
        May. 15, 2021

        Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.

        Est: €375 - €425

        Hand-Signed and dated. Publisher: Editions Panderma Carl Laszlo

        Art Atelier
      • BONFANTI, ARTURO: Ohne Titel.
        May. 06, 2021

        BONFANTI, ARTURO: Ohne Titel.

        Est: CHF70 - CHF100

        BONFANTI, ARTURO (Bergamo 1905 - 1977 Mailand) : Ohne Titel; Aquatinta-Radierung; 15x19,5 cm (PL), gerahmt; handsig. u. dat. (19)76 u.r., num. 23/24

        Dobiaschofsky Auktionen AG
      • Arturo Bonfanti "Lane" unfinished sketch for advertisement, oil on plywood. Singed upper left (cm 99,7x69,4) Framed (defects)...
        Apr. 23, 2021

        Arturo Bonfanti "Lane" unfinished sketch for advertisement, oil on plywood. Singed upper left (cm 99,7x69,4) Framed (defects)...

        Est: €120 - €140

        (Bergamo 1905 - 1978) "Lane" unfinished sketch for advertisement, oil on plywood. Singed upper left (cm 99,7x69,4) Framed (defects) IT "Lane" bozzetto non finito per pubblicità, olio su compensato. Firmato in alto a sinistra (cm 99,7x69,4) In cornice (difetti)

        Il Ponte Auction House
      • Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.
        Apr. 17, 2021

        Bonfanti, Arturo - Lithograph.

        Est: €375 - €425

        Hand-Signed and dated. Publisher: Editions Panderma Carl Laszlo

        Art Atelier
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