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Modigliani Wall Light

Museo Modigliani

Exclusively designed for discriminating tastes, Museo stands for the very finest artisan craftsmanship. Inspired by museum masterpieces, Museo is sensational and eye-catching.
Museo employs our patented system of a beautiful layered image cut out of the metal case. The light shines through the image and the silky organza fabric billowing out of it to create a strikingly effective and beautifully detailed image.
Available with or without a cord, Museo comes with two switches on its metal case, one to light the central image and the other to light the periphery. They can be used separately or together.

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This is our homage to Amadeo Modigliani, the Italian painter and sculptor (1884-1920) who was born in Livorno but worked and lived most of his adult life in Paris. Trained at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Florence, Italy, he is known for his sophisticated style based on simplified, elongated forms, elegant figures and charming, long necked women with engagingly tipped heads and mask-like faces. Beset by health problems from the age of 11 on, he died in Paris at 36 years old, exceedingly poor. After his death, the prices for his paintings soared.

Our homage to Modigliani is based on his portrait of Dedie Hayden done in 1918 which now hangs in the Centre George Pompidou in Paris. The graceful tilt of the head and the elegance of the hands convey a bold yet tender nobleness, dignity and beauty