Giorgio Tabet - "Ermellina e Ilaria" | Illustrazione Originale (Master Of Drawing) - Loose page

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Giorgio Tabet - "Ermellina e Ilaria" | Illustrazione Originale (Master Of Drawing) - Loose page
Giorgio Tabet - Good - 1 Original artwork

Giorgio Tabet.
Editorial series “Masters of Drawing” - 100 Italian Artists - 20th Century.
Box no. 1234/2000.

“Ermellina e Ilaria” - original illustration.
Mixed media on cardboard.
29.3 x 38.5 cm.

Editorial information on the back and stamp.
Published in “Novella” no. 44.

Giorgio Tabet (Genoa 1904 - Livorno 2002).
In the summer of 1917 he made covers with floral motifs under the guidance of Giulio Cisari, invited by his father to Varazze to get him started on drawing and painting. In 1925 he started to collaborate with illustrations with “Il Secolo XX”.
In November 1926 he moved to Milan, where he shared his studio-house with Michele Cascella, and also started to collaborate with Lidel, directed by Gino Valori.
From the mid-twenties he collaborated with the satirical newspaper “Guerin Meschino” and with the newspaper “L’Ambrosiano”. With a particularly elegant style he represented the charm and atmosphere of the Lombard capital, the “poses”, the atmospheres, the types of the middle-class world in Milan between the two wars and beyond.
In the thirties he illustrated the covers and inner pages of magazines such as “Il romanzo mensile” (of the Corriere della Sera editorial) and “Gialli Economici Mondadori”.
One of the most famous and highly regarded illustrators, he made the covers for the series “Le scie” and “Omnibus” (Mondadori) from 1937 to the sixties.
From the mid-1938, due to the racial laws promulgated by the Fascist regime, he could no longer sign his works. In 1940 he left Milan and took refuge in Castelluccio di Norcia until 1944 to escape bombing and persecution.
After the Liberation, he started to collaborate with Salani. In April 1945, his son Guido was born. In 1945-1946 he collaborated with “La Domenica del popolo” and since 1949 he continued to illustrate “La Domenica del Corriere”.
In the last years of his life he especially devoted himself to painting, preferring portraits. He died at the age of ninety-eight in Cecina (Livorno, Italy) on 4 November 2002.

This work is part of a collection of 2000 original drawings made by 100 Italian artists selected by i-AM Foundation for UNIQUE Edition Press.

Each work is accompanied by the certificate of uniqueness and published in the Catalogue Raisonné “Reference Guide to Italian Master of Drawing”, published by UNIQUE Edition Press exclusively for collectors.

Shipped by express courier and professionally packaged.

Lot details
Object
Original artwork
No. of items
1
Series
Giorgio Tabet
Title
"Ermellina e Ilaria" | Illustrazione Originale (Master Of Drawing)
Condition
Good
Binding
Loose page
Extras
Certificate
Artist
Giorgio Tabet
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