A stunning mirror with 2 integrated lights by Max Ingrand for Fontana Arte. The lights are designed with a typical Max Ingrand beveled emerald green base and a white colored glass shade. They are fitted with standard E14 sockets suitable for worldwide use. This beautiful piece came from a mid-century modern villa in Sicily, Italy. The late owner was an avid collector of Italian design by Tobia Scarpa, Gio Ponti, Achile Castiglioni and others. Max Ingrand (1908-1969) was a distinguished French-Italian artist and designer whose creative influence extended across various fields. He is celebrated for his exceptional contributions to the world of glasswork, lighting, and interior design. Ingrand’s career was marked by a deep appreciation for the interplay of light and material, and his innovative designs often focused on the harmonious integration of glass and light. His iconic light fixtures, particularly those designed for Fontana Arte, are still revered for their timeless elegance and the way they manipulate light to create a captivating ambiance. In addition to his lighting designs, Ingrand also made substantial contributions to stained glass art, leaving a lasting imprint on ecclesiastical and public architecture. Max Ingrand’s legacy endures as a testament to his artistic vision and his ability to transcend traditional boundaries in design and craftsmanship.