Fortuny Lamp

Designed by Mariano Fortuny


Item Number: 153324
Free Standard Shipping
× Enjoy Free Standard Shipping on specially marked products when shipped via standard delivery within the contiguous U.S. and Canada; Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico are excluded. This offer is nontransferable and cannot be combined with any other promotions or discounts. Offer cannot be applied to past purchases, and items cannot be held for future delivery. At the DWR Warehouse and Outlet, offer is valid only on regularly priced items.


  • Select your Color

Add to cart options

Product Actions

This item is currently out of stock. Order it now and we'll ship it to you as soon as it's available.

Item Number: 153324

This item is currently out of stock. Order it now and we'll ship it to you as soon as it's available.

Shipping Info: Recommend White Glove
White Glove Shipping Instruction

Additional Information

Complete the room


“It is not the quantity, but the quality of light, that makes things visible,” said Spanish designer Mariano Fortuny. Trained as a painter, he was also an accomplished and innovative couturier, architect, inventor, set designer and lighting technician. The Delphos gown he designed in 1907 continues to shape women’s fashion today, and the textiles company he founded in 1921 is still going strong. His patented cyclorama dome made it possible to change stage lighting instantly from bright sky to faint dusk, and his reflector lamp works on the same principle. A product of his lighting expertise, the height-adjustable Fortuny Lamp (1907) lets you direct light as desired with its sizable rotating shade. This imposing piece works to striking effect in large spaces such as restaurants, reception rooms and open-plan living areas. Dimmer switch on cord affords easy on-off access. Bulb (included): dimmable incandescent 500W/120V/E40. Made in Italy.


Mariano Fortuny
Mariano Fortuny

SPAIN (1871–1949)

Celebrated by his contemporaries as “The Magician of Venice,” Mariano Fortuny was perhaps the last Renaissance man in the truest meaning of the term. Though trained as a painter, Fortuny was an accomplished and innovative stage-set designer, architect, inventor, couturier and lighting technician. Born in the ancient Spanish city of Granada to an artistic family (both of his parents were highly ...

Learn More

Product Details


H 75"–94.5" W 37" D 32.5"


Cotton shade; steel frame.

Shipping Info

White Glove View Shipping Options
White Glove Shipping Instruction

You may also like