A large ‘Arabesco’ wall light, circa 1960by Giacomo Benevelli* (1925-2011) Made by Gaetano Missaglia, Cernusco Lombardone, Italy.Sheet metal cut, painted white wooden frame with fluorescent tubing lighting. Giacomo Benevelli* (1925-2011)Born in Northern Italy, Giacomo Benevelli was sculptor; brought up in France, lived and worked for 40 years in Milan. From 1957 Benevelli exhibited in Italy and worldwide. His first US exhibition was in 1963 at the Felix Landau Gallery in Los Angeles, then 1964 he was invited to the 42nd Venice International Art Biennale with a group of sculptures. In 1966 he was appointed as head of the sculpture courses at the Accademia di Brera in Milan. Between the late 1960s and the early 1970s he created a series of lamp-sculpture, the most famous is the Roto lamp (1970s) and Arabesque (late 1960s).