How old was Giuseppe Armani when he died?
Giuseppe Armani was an Italian sculptor and artist. Born in 1935 he died in 2006. From an early age he was recognized as a gifted artist. Giuseppe attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence and became well known from his artwork at the Art Gallery in Pisa. In 1973 he associated with the Florence Sculture d’Arte in Tuscany.
Are there any limited edition Giuseppe Armani figurines?
Many of the pieces are limited editions, and with Armani’s passing nothing new is being created. These are true collectibles that will beautify your home. 1. Figurine is in perfect condition, or a condition acceptable to you. 2. Certificate of Authenticity available for limited edition pieces.
When did Giorgio Armani become a masterwork dealer?
He began his association with Florence Sculture d’Arte in 1975. He was named “Artist of the Year” by the National Association of Limited Edition Dealers in 1996. I was a Masterwork Dealer for Armani during the 1990s.
Are there any Armani figurines in mint condition?
These always beautiful, and sometimes touching, figurines below are some of what remained of my Armani inventory. They are in mint condition. Each has its original box. Those figurines which are limited, as noted in the description below their picture, have a certificate of authenticity.
How much does a Artemis Armani figurine cost?
Giuseppe Armani Figurine: Artemis #126C. Ltd Ed #494/ 5000. Artist Signed Connie Ribaudo. Depicts the goddess Artemis Leaning Against Stallion. 21.75″ Ht & 18″ Wd. Box & COA. Auction Estimate: $2000-3 Giuseppe Armani Figurine: Artemis #126C.
How many Giuseppe Armani Fantasia Sprite are there?
. . Giuseppe Armani #1329C Fantasia Sprite Limited Edition of only 1500! . Only 1 left in stock – order soon. . Only 1 left in stock – order soon.
Is there a substitute for an Armani statue?
Confirm it is an Armani statue and not a “like” Armani piece. There is no substitute for the Armani name on the base. Remember to keep a good perspective on why you want the Armani. If you enjoy the beauty of the piece and it is for your viewing pleasure – does an offer without an original box really matter?