Piero Fornasetti

Born in 1913 - Italy


Born in 1913 and died in 1988, Piero Fornasetti is an Italian painter, designer, sculptor and interior decorator.

In 1930, Piero Fornasetti studied at the Fine Arts academy in Brera, but he was fired in 1932 for being disobedient.

This accident didn't prevent him from presenting his first printed scarves in 1933 at the Milan Triennial. Some years later, he met Gio Ponti, an architect and designer with whom he collaborated for years.

Early 1940's, Piero Fornasetti moved to Switzerland but came back to Milan in 1946. In 1970, he became co-founder of Galleria dei Bibliofili.

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