We present the most important work of the 77x77cm oils that Giacomo Balla made in his house in via Oslavia, in Rome, which were placed to cover the heating pipes that were in the entrance.
In this futuristically stylized work, his name appears as a sort of autograph.
The shapes are characteristic of the motifs of those years.
It has been exhibited in Italy and abroad countless times.
Naturally the work is available in our gallery and will be one of the many very important works that will be present in the exhibition dedicated to Giacomo Balla scheduled for 2021.

Exhibitions and Bibliography
Balla, Modena, 1982. Fonte d'Abisso Edizioni, edited by G. Lista, pub. cat. n. 792 p. 365.
Tribute to Giacomo Balla, Galleria Civica, Padua, 1983, pub. cat. exhibition. n. 19.
Futurism and fashion, Pavilion of Contemporary Art, Milan, curated by E. Crispolti, 1988, pub cat. show n. 165.
Giacomo Balla. 1894 - 1946 from Io Balla to Ball’io, curated by M. Verdone and R. Miracco, State Art Gallery, San Paolo, Brazil, 2000, pub. cat. show n. 77 p. 125.
12 - 29 FUTURBALLA, Arte Centro, Milan, 2008/2009, curated by E. Gigli,
pub. cat. show pp. 120 - 121.
Futurism and Aeropainting. Speed ​​and dynamism from the little train to Sicily, Arte Centro, Milan, 2009, edited by F. Lattuada, pub. cat. show p. 24 n. 41.
1909 - 2009 The Futurist Heresy from Voghera to the Universe, Luisa Pagano Room, Voghera, 2009,
pub. cat. show p. 17.
Futurism! From Boccioni to Aeropainting, curated by S. Roffi, Magnani Rocca Foundation, Parma, 2009, pub. cat. show p. 53.