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The following is a series of images freely inspired by the still lifes and domestic interior scenes depicted by the artists of the “Novecento Italiano” group founded in September 1922 by Anselmo Bucci, Leonardo Dudreville, Achille Funi, Emilio Malerba, Piero Marussig, Ubaldo Oppi and Mario Sironi at the gallery of Lino Pesaro in Milano.
Margherita Sarfatti, the supporter and spirit of the movement, defined the movement in the catalogue of the exhibition “Novecento Italiano”: The Novecento group now aspires to create a new, Italian synthesis of the values that from
the North reach the land of ideal Mediterranean beauty. Every people portrays its own character in its art, a character that persists across the changing centuries. The Italian character is expressed in the effort to subordinate individual natural features to the clear, resolute construction of an ideal beauty. A beauty constructed through the synthesis of form, subjected to the simplification of volumes inside precisely defined perimeters. An aesthetic that in spite of its irreality should, in any case, seem real.


Doing homework on a chair.

Plan chair in red painted ash wood, designed by Alessandro Gnocchi; pens and pencils in anodized aluminium from the Neri family designed by Giulio Iacchetti, scissors Lama by Alessandro Stabile.



Back from grocery shopping.

Stia chair in solid ash wood, Noli vase in glazed ceramic, designed by Giulio Iacchetti.


Sculptor’s room with anatomical studies, busts and sketches.

Affi stool in walnut and ash wood with Stra magnifying glass, by Giulio Iacchetti.



Indulgences after lunch: coffee, amaro, cigarette, Totocalcio betting slip.

Tusa mirror with domestic walnut frame, Sori singleton vase in glazed ceramic, by Giulio Iacchetti. Avio desk with movable linoleum top by Alessandro Stabile.



Dinner ingredients on the dining table before setting.

Linen tablecloth Lugo with typical Romagna rust printing working, designed by Leonardo Sonnoli and Irene Bacchi. Pofi glazed terracotta flower pot, designed by Mario Scairato; Gera wrought iron cross, by Giulio Iacchetti.


Solitaire, eating the last apple.

Novi centerpiece in glazed terracotta by Mario Scairato; Gela pitcher and Goro tumbler in frosted glass, designed by Massimo Barbierato.



Toys found on the wooden bench in the garden.

Erba vase in terracotta and Pinocchio in blown Murano glass, designed by Giulio Iacchetti.


Making orange marmalade.

Buti pocket knife with Apennine boxwood grip designed by Giulio Iacchetti; Turi copper wall clock, designed by Dario Gaudio.


Getting ready to make dried tomatoes, listening to the rosary.

Buri chair with seat in woven paper, designed by Mario Scairato.


Springtime on the balcony: transplanting.

Mina chair designed by Tommaso Caldera; Idro watering can in galvanized sheet metal, designed by Giulio Iacchetti and Vittorio Venezia; Orte gardening set, designed by Giulio Iacchetti.


Artichokes for mom,
the sports pages for dad and the change – a thousand lire note.

Gioi terracotta table designed by Mario Scairato; Pila and Mira terracotta pots, designed by Giulio Iacchetti.


Shaving with the votive image of Saint Rita of Cascia.

Lula mirror with colored shelf, designed by Davide Fabio Colaci and Margherita Sanfelici.



Bedroom of a man who always eats mints.

Mori valet stand in solid Canaletto walnut, designed by Giulio Iacchetti and Alessandro Stabile; Lodi luggage stand by Giulio Iacchetti.

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