A Large Italian Architectural Tromp Loiel Mirror by Lorenzo Forges Davanzati


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The trompe loiel passage, flanked by two columns and surmounted by a broken pediment centered by a gold splashed blue medallion.

A smaller version of this mirror is illustrated by Piero De Amicis and Sefania Mason, Lorenzo Forges Davanzati: Architettura e Oltre, Milan, 2009, p. 98.

Lorenzo Davanzati an Italian architect based in Milan who graduated from the Polytechnic of Milan in 1956 and has created an extensive body of architectural work as well as designs for furniture. Offered by H.M. Luther

Product Specifications

Width: 39.5
Height: 79
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