The paintings of late nineteenth century painters are transformed into earrings with Lebole Gioielli ♦ ︎
The Macchiaioli were an Italian artistic movement of the late nineteenth century, that including painters such as Giuseppe De Nittis, Giovanni Fattori, Carlo Fornara, Domenico and Gerolamo Induno, Silvestro Lega, Angelo Morbelli, Giuseppe Pellizza from Volpedo, Giovanni Segantini, Federico Zandomeneghi. Now the Macchiaioli is dedicated to an exhibition organized in Novara (12 october – 24 february) that includes about 80 works by the great Italian masters, to which are added those of painters who took inspiration from that movement, like Giovanni Boldini.
What do the Macchiaioli have to do with jewels? They have to do with.
Lebole Gioielli has decided to combine a line of earrings in the Circle collection with 12 images of the exhibited works.
The choice is due to the passion of the designer, Barbara Lebole, for painting and art in general, as well as traditional antiques in the family. The Circle earrings are made with flat capsules printed on tinplate, mounted in gold-plated brass and natural stones. The asymmetry is given by the different images imprinted in the capsule. They will be on sale at the show shoop of the exhibition and in all Lebole Gioielli retailers. Price: 28 euros.