VALENTINO BESAREL

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Valentino Panciera Besarel (1829 - 1902) established himself in the 1860's in Venice where he opened an atelier and shop. He soon distinguished himself as a creator of exquisite sculpture and furniture for wealthy private patrons and the royal courts.


The strong sculptural theme of his furniture was directly influenced by the work of the seventeenth-century master Andrea Brustolon (1662 - 1732) to whose work he had been frequently exposed to in Venice.


Besarel is noted as having exhibited at the 1889 Paris Exposition Universelle.


Makers Bibliography:


De Grassi, Massimo, Valentino Panciera Besarel 1829-1902, Provincia Di Belluno Editore (Verona), 2002.

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VALENTINO BESAREL (1829-1902)
A Monumental Venetian Carved Ebonised Mirror With Playful Putti
A Monumental Venetian Carved Ebonised Mirror With Playful Putti, Attributed to Valentino Panciera Besarel (Venice, 1829-1902) in the manner of Andr...
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VALENTINO BESAREL (1829-1902)
An Antique Carved Italian Mirror
A Mirror Frame By Valentino Panicera Besarel Constructed using a finely carved pine frame; of rectangular form, with a putto surmount, shown lo...
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VALENTINO BESAREL (1829-1902)
Superb 19th Century Venetian Mirror, signed by the Carver, Valentino Besarel Ven...
The mirror is crisply carved in Arolla pine. It was given by the 1st Earl of Plymouth to his Head Gardener at St Fagan's Castle as a wedding gift....
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