The International Biennale of Antiques of Florence is hosted in Palazzo Corsini, one of the rarest and most prestigious examples of Baroque style in Renaissance Florence.
Sperone Westwater - New York
Sperone Westwater Fischer was founded in 1975, when Italian art dealer Gian Enzo Sperone, Angela Westwater, and German art dealer Konrad Fischer opened a space at 142 Greene Street in SoHo, New York. An additional space was later established at 121 Greene Street. The founders' original program showcased a European avant-garde alongside a core group of American artists to whom its founders were committed.
Cesare Lampronti. Roma - London
Representing the third generation of an established family of art dealers, Cesare Lampronti has over 50 years’ experience on the international art market. The gallery, founded in 1914 by his grandfather, specialises in Italian Old Master Paintings of the 17th and 18th Centuries, with a particular focus on view paintings, landscapes and still lives, ranging from Caravaggio to Canaletto and their followers.
Francesca Antonacci & Damiano Lapiccirella Fine Art - Roma
Resulting from the merger of two historic art galleries that had been in the market for generations the Galleria Francesca Antonacci Damiano Lapiccirella Fine Art has become a focal point over the years for enthusiasts and collectors of paintings of the “Grand Tour”, drawings and sculptures by European artists from the late 18th to the mid-19th centuries and it even has an area for hosting exhibitions that are frequently of museum quality.
Colnaghi. London - Madrid
In late 2015, a new chapter opened in Colnaghi’s long history. In October Konrad Bernheimer announced that he had invited Jorge Coll and Nicolás Cortés of the gallery Coll & Cortés (London and Madrid) to join him as partners in the business. Combining the strengths and expertise of both firms, and diversifying their previous offering, Colnaghi will offer European Old Master paintings and sculpture, as well as art from the Spanish-speaking world.
Giacometti Old Masters Paintings - Roma
With twenty years’ experience in the art market, Umberto Giacometti founded Giacometti Old Master Paintings in 2014. Specialist in Italian old-master paintings, mainly Baroque, he selects, research and exhibit paintings, drawings and sculptures by Italian and European masters from the 16th to the early 20th century.
Robilant + Voena. London - Milano - St.Moritz
The gallery deals at the highest level of Old Master, Nineteenth Century, Modern and Contemporary fine art. It has staged important monographic exhibitions of artists including Antonio Joli and Gaspar van Wittel, as well as studies on Italian vedute and the International Caravaggesque Movement, which are a core specialism. The gallery also deals in Italian Modern and Post-War Art. Recent critically acclaimed exhibitions have included Mimmo Rotella, Lucio Fontana, Roberto Matta and Giorgio Morandi.
Moretti Fine Art. Firenze - Londra - Montecarlo
The Galleria Moretti was founded in 1999 by Fabrizio Moretti. Situated in the heart of Florence, between Palazzo Strozzi and Santa Maria Novella, the Galleria Moretti opened to the public - and to major public and private collectors - with the inaugural exhibition, “From Bernardo Daddi to Giorgio Vasari”, immediately distinguishing itself with its specialization in Italian, and especially Tuscan, Old Masters. From then on, art historians of international importance have collaborated on numerous projects published by the gallery.
Copercini & Giuseppin - Arquà Petrarca
The Copercini & Giuseppin gallery was founded in Padova in 1981. The gallery participates to the most important exhibitions of antiques; its main focus is in Italian paintings and sculptures from the XV to the XIX century and in decorative arts of the neoclassical age.
Galleria Carlo Virgilio & C. - Roma
After beginning with a very specialized interest in late 18th to early 20th century drawing, the gallery reached out to painting and sculpture, mostly the works by Italian and foreign artists active in Italy between 18th and 19th century, also extending its chronological horizons to include the 17th Century and exhibitions of contemporary art.
Bottegantica - Milano
Galleria Bottegantica, specialized in Italian paintings of the nineteenth and early twentieth century, was founded in Bologna in 1986 by Enzo Savoia.
In February 2010 he opened a new Gallery in the heart of Milan, in via Manzoni 45 and in the spring of 2015 he inaugurated a new space within the same street.
Cortesi Gallery. London - Milano - Lugano
Cortesi Gallery was founded in 2013 by Cortesi family, Stefano together with his sons Andrea and Lorenzo and specialises in European artistic movements from the 60s to the present day. In 2015 Cortesi Gallery expanded, opening a second location in London’s Mayfair while in 2017 launched its third space, located in the historical Brera neighbourhood in Milan.
Galleria Silva - Milano
The Silva family, with four generations in antique dealership, is synonymous with the lacquered furniture of splendid Venetian palaces. These elegant pieces contrast masterfully with the natural wood and ornate stucco walls of the 18th century. They represent the essence of beauty and directly highlight the aesthetics of the period.