Alberto Levi Gallery

Via San Maurilio 24
Milan 20123
Italy

Contact: Alberto Levi
+39 02 890 115 53
gallery@albertolevi.com
www.albertolevi.com

The Alberto Levi Gallery opened in 1997, following a family tradition that dated back to the nineteenth century. It specialises in tribal and village rugs from Morocco, Anatolia, the Caucasus and Persia, the traditional rugs from China, India and Central Asia, as well as in 20th Century Art Deco and Modernist rugs. At the LARTA 2022, the Gallery is presenting a selection of European and American rugs from the 20th Century Avant-Garde movements, together with a group of early European textiles, fine English and French needlepoints and Aubussons, a choice of Oriental decorative carpets as well as a few antique Turkish prayer rugs representing the Gallery's own current online exhibition entitled ‘Like A Prayer - A Collection of Antique Anatolian Niche Design Rugs’, which can be visited at www.albertolevi.com/exhibitions/

Art Deco Rug designed by Jean Burkhalter for Pierre Chareau

An extremely rare Art Deco rug designed in 1925 by Jean Burkhalter and commissioned by Pierre…
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Art Deco Rug designed and signed by D.I.M. (Décoration Intérieure Moderne)

The quest for innovation that distinguished the early years of the Art Deco period can be…
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Scandinavian Bauhaus Flatweave designed by Laila Karttunen

Laila Maria Karttunen (1895-1981) was a leading Finnish textile artist. After graduating from…
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Art Deco Hooked Rug attributed to Ralph Pearson

A finely worked American hooked rug distinguished by an explosive pattern of stunning beauty,…
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Pair of Arts & Crafts Donegal Rugs

The Donegal carpet factory was responsible for the weaving of the most significant…
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Oushak Rug with Harshang design

A refined Oushak carpet distinguished by an all-over pattern of large-scale palmettes of the…
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Ziegler & Co. Rug

The carpets woven by the Anglo-Swiss firm of Ziegler & Co. are often characterised by a…
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Carpet with Blossom pattern

An extremely rare and early Caucasian carpet from present day Armenia ornated by an infinite…
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Prayer Rug with Cintamani pattern

A true beauty, distinguished by an ivory background overlaid on its perimeter by a very…
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Saf with Seven Double Niches

A rug of great simplicity and sophistication at the same time. The weaver superimposes seven…
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Needlework Rug

An extremely fine English needlepoint rug, representative of the highest quality woven during…
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Needlework Rug

A fine English needlework worked in both petit and gros point distinguished by a floral spray…
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Needlework Rug

An extremely elegant early Victorian needlework rug, distinguished by a repeat pattern of…
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Needlework Rug

A charming early Victorian needlepoint rug distinguished by a repeat pattern of floral…
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Ukrainian Pile Rug

A very rare Ukrainian pile rug woven with a pattern characteristic of Aubusson and Savonnerie…
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