LE QUOTIDIEN DE L'ART: À TEFAF New York, l'art ancien montre ses muscles
LA GAZETTE DROUOT: Le Tefaf Maastricht maintient son rang
Good news from TEFAF Maastricht 2018 that, despite a slight decrease in public attendance, it continues to attract the cream of collectors.
THE BURLINGTON MAGAZINE: The Return of the Prodigal Son
To coincide with the exhibition The Last Caravaggio at the Gallerie d'Italia, Milan, Hugh Brigstocke describes the relevance of Giulio Cesare Procaccini's mature style and the extraordinary emotional tension reached in his Return of the Prodigal Son, with his ability to maintain his own individuality in the new era shaped by Caravaggio’s teachings.
GIORNALE DEL POPOLO: La Pasqua di Procaccini
In the "Giornale del Popolo" Davide Dall'Ombra relates the story of the return of the prodigal son, chosing to illustrate it with the majestic and intense painting by Giulio Cesare Procaccini.
SOLE 24 ORE: Il mercato riparte da Tefaf
THE ART NEWSPAPER DAILY: Tefaf Maastricht 2018 sneak preview
Among the paintings on show at the upcoming edition of Tefaf Maastricht 2018, Carole Blumenfeld includes in her sneak preview the recently rediscovered portrait of the Spanish ambassador Azara, painted by Anton Raphael Mengs.
FINESTRE SULL'ARTE: "Allegory of patience" by Carlo Dolci awarded one of the best artworks on show at the Florentine Biennale 2017
Named among the three best works on show at this Biennale edition was the ravishing painting by Carlo Dolci exhibited on our stand.
CORRIERE DELLA SERA: Biennale dell'Antiquariato of Florence 2017 "the authentic showcase of Italian taste"
On 22 September starts the thirtieth edition of the renowned Florentine fair with three thousand works on show, eighty boots and lots of news.
LA TRIBUNE DE L'ART: The Bagpipe player by Pietro Paolini found its place at Musèe Fesch in Ajaccio
Thanks to the donation by Carlo Orsi this painting is now part of the museum collection, adorning one of the gallery's walls dedicated to caravagesque paintings.
ANTIQUARIATO: "E ora riparto da Londra"
Embracing the challenges created by the new global art market Carlo Orsi takes over the renowned London gallery Trinity Fine Art, and moves it to new premises.
GENTLEMEN'S QUARTELY: It's a matter of style...
Carlo Orsi is among the "Best Dressed Men 2016" for Gentlemen's Quartely
HOW TO SPEND IT: Carlo Orsi interview
The perfect week-end in Milan
VERNISSAGE: Collecting old masters nowadays
Carlo Orsi, President of the Associazione Antiquari d'Italia, talks about the current economical situation in the art field, affected by the growth in contemporary art, the spread of new markets and the problems connected to disadvantageous regulamentations.
TEFAF New York Fall 2018 is coming...
Few days left to the third edition of Tefaf New York at Park Avenue Armory.
Together with Trinity Fine Art, Carlo Orsi gallery will unveil exceptional examples of Italian Baroque sculpture. They will be presented parcour-style, to be viewed in succession, the better to appreciate particular Baroque stylistic themes. Complementing them will be an exciting variety of rare and fresh-to-market paintings, including an important work by the 16th century Mannerist, Il Salviati.
The last Piamontini on show at TEFAF Maastricht 2017
Of great interest to connoisseurs of sculpture will be the signed Milo of Croton, dated 1740, the last documented marble by Giuseppe Piamontini (1664-1742), one of the most important late Baroque Florentine sculptors who worked in both marble and bronze. Based on a model for a bronze statuette known in three casts, one of which is in the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, it depicts the celebrated 6th century BC wrestler who came from the Greek city of Croton in southern Italy.