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Roberto Marcello Iras Baldessari *


(Innsbruck 1894–1965 Rome)
La Tradotta, 1916, signed and dated, oil on canvas, 35 x 95 cm, framed

This work is registered at the Archivio Unico per il Catalogo delle Opere Futuriste di Roberto Marcello Baldessari, Rovereto, at no. B16 – 91 “Dipinti” and is accompanied by a certificate of archiving.
 

Provenance:
Private Collection, Padua
Private Collection, Rome
Dorotheum, May 15, 2013, lot 1341
Acquired from the above by the present owner –
Private Collection, New York

This intense, patriotic work executed in 1916 represents well the interventionist spirit of Futurismo. Tradotta was the name given to the special trains that transported the soldiers to the battlefront and back all along Italy. After the dramatic development of the war events and trough the narration of the war experience of his friend Ottone Rosai, Baldessari will come again on the theme in a very different critical way and with a deep attention to the human dram as we can see in “Il treno dei feriti” (1918), maybe one of the most famous of his paintings, today at Museo Civico in Rovereto.

Expert: Mag. Patricia Pálffy Mag. Patricia Pálffy
+43-1-515 60-386

patricia.palffy@dorotheum.at

31.05.2022 - 17:00

Odhadní cena:
EUR 50.000,- do EUR 70.000,-

Roberto Marcello Iras Baldessari *


(Innsbruck 1894–1965 Rome)
La Tradotta, 1916, signed and dated, oil on canvas, 35 x 95 cm, framed

This work is registered at the Archivio Unico per il Catalogo delle Opere Futuriste di Roberto Marcello Baldessari, Rovereto, at no. B16 – 91 “Dipinti” and is accompanied by a certificate of archiving.
 

Provenance:
Private Collection, Padua
Private Collection, Rome
Dorotheum, May 15, 2013, lot 1341
Acquired from the above by the present owner –
Private Collection, New York

This intense, patriotic work executed in 1916 represents well the interventionist spirit of Futurismo. Tradotta was the name given to the special trains that transported the soldiers to the battlefront and back all along Italy. After the dramatic development of the war events and trough the narration of the war experience of his friend Ottone Rosai, Baldessari will come again on the theme in a very different critical way and with a deep attention to the human dram as we can see in “Il treno dei feriti” (1918), maybe one of the most famous of his paintings, today at Museo Civico in Rovereto.

Expert: Mag. Patricia Pálffy Mag. Patricia Pálffy
+43-1-515 60-386

patricia.palffy@dorotheum.at


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Aukce: Moderne
Datum: 31.05.2022 - 17:00
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