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Illustration from “Hoofed Mammals of the World” (1953) written by T. Donald Carter, Illustrated by Ugo Mochi.
Prong Horned Antelope
Illustrations of selected writings of Theodore Roosevelt.
Cover, Theodore Roosevelt's America
Selections of Roosevelt's , writings - edited by Farida A. Wiley, Illustrated by Ugo Mochi, (1955).
...And Suddenly a Storm Came Up
Elk Surrounded by Cows
Roosevelt Saving a Faun
Canoe Brought to the Water
Roosevelt Thrown From a Horse
Roosevelt Shooting a Ram
Roosevelt and the Indians
Outline Overlay from Marsilio Ficino Silk Mosaic Panel
Sample of the black outline overlay for the Marsilio Ficino cut silk mosaic panels.
Original Chandelier Design Drawing
Similar to the Commissioned design for large chandelier to hang above a banquet table ca.1924. This one to display the Regensburg Cathedral in moonlight at the artist’s home in Pallanza, Italy. 1924.
A Love Story, Panel from Silk Lampshade
Panel from commissioned lampshade, Berlin years,1909-1918.
“A Love Story” Silk Lamp Shade Panel No. 5
Berlin 1910 -1918. Commissioned work, one of six panels for a lampshade. The black cut image was adhered to the silk shade.
Silk Paneled Lampshade with Artist Ugo Mochi
Ugo Mochi beside one of his silk lamp shades, black cut design depicting a love story.ca. 1916.
The Peacock Window, St. Regis Hotel
Illuminated silk mosaic window, first of its kind in America, fifth by the artist. Installed in 1928. More were planned in movie theaters, later cancelled due to the Stock Market Crash of 1928.
State Coach of Cardinal Rinaldo D’Este, 1688
Transportation Collection, Historic Carriages - circa1920s thru1960s. From the Artist’s private collection unpublished.
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