Riccardo Antoniazzi

(c. 1853 - 1921)
ANTONIAZZI, Riccardo Born 1853 Cremona, died 1912 Milan Italy. Eldest son and pupil of Gaetano, above. Worked for about a year in Nice, 1880, possibly for N. Bianchi. Subsequently established in Milan c.1881. A significant figure in the establishment of the modern Milanese school, he taught and subsequently worked with Leandro Bisiach and the firm of Monzino & Son from 1904 and signed an exclusive contract with the company in 1910. He was responsible for the training of a new generation of Milanese makers. His best and most prolific period dates from around 1889 to 1904. Fine clear orange-brown varnish of varying consistency. Much of his work appears either with the label of his father or Monzino. Some branded beneath the back button: �AR� Riccardo Antoniazzi Cremonese / fece in Milano l�anno 18.. Riccardo Antoniazzi Cremonese / fece l�anno 1906 presso lo Stabilimento / Antonio Monzino e Figli / in Milano, Via Rastrelli. 10 Antoniazzi Riccardo di Cremona / figlio di Gaetano fece in Milano / l�anno 19.. [Blot II]

£ 38,900
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