MARIA PIA FANFANI'S LEGACY AT AUCTION

On Wednesday 23 June, the first part of the sale will be held, auctioning off the furnishings and objects present in the last house inhabited by Maria Pia and Amintore Fanfani.

ROMANO DAZZI: THE STORY OF AN ENFANT PRODIGE OF THE TWENTY YEARS OF FASCISM

A corpus of his drawings from the Ugo Ojetti Collection in the 88th Modern and Contemporary Art auction scheduled for Friday, February 26 - by Scarlett Matassi

Korean ceramics. The earth, coming to life as the air pushes into space - by Francesco Morena

The earth, coming to life, as the air pushes through space

THE CHARITY OF SAN MARTINO - An unknown terracotta between Pietro and Lorenzo Bernini - by Giuliana Gardelli

The present study starts from the discovery in a private collection of a rectangular terracotta slab measuring 60 x 42 cm, ending in a vaulted apsidal type at the top.

PLAGUE AND COUNTERFEITING OF WORKS OF ART by Leonardo Rocco

The purpose of this text is to clarify the confusion of rules on the illegal conduct of plagiarism and counterfeiting.

STARS AND COINS IN THE ANCIENT WORLD by Fiorenzo Catalli

What relationship might exist between stars and coins in the ancient world?

ASIAN ART AND BONSAI: A GARDEN AUCTION IN THE GARDEN

An exhibition and auction not to be missed given the enchanting scenery that will be the backdrop for the autumn sale of Asian art 2020: the Crespi Bonsai Museum in Parabiago, one of the Great Italian Gardens.

CARAVAGGIO, ART HISTORY AND THE NIGHT WHEN ALL COWS ARE BLACK

Luca Bortolotti's reflections on the modern phenomenon of caravaggio-mania

BERTOLAMI FINE ART PHASE 2: AT THE CAETANI LOVATELLI PALACE YOU START FROM THE FASHION

After the lockdown period, Bertolami Fine Art reopens to the public the halls of Palazzo Caetani Lovatelli for the Fashion & Luxury auction, the first of a dense sequence of sales that will run until mid-July.

THE SCHOOL OF ATHENS OF RAFFAELLO: NOTES IN THE MARGIN

The "School of Athens" is one of the most perfect paintings ever made, as well as an extraordinarily complex text investigated as an interpretative rebus from the most subtle exegetes of figurative art. Luca Bortolotti tells us about it

CONSERVATION AND CONSERVATISM

Luca Bortolotti's reflections on some aspects of our legislation for the protection of cultural heritage

SHOULD BE IN A MUSEUM

On the subject of protecting the national cultural heritage, Italians express themselves willingly and passionately, but ideas are often confused and spoiled by deep-rooted prejudices. It begins with an interview with Giuseppe Bertolami, the first in a short series of articles aimed at clarifying the reference legislation.

THAILAND - ART AND SPIRITUALITY

A sophisticated and original artistic civilization: an introduction to Thai art by Francesco Morena, head of Bertolami Fine Art's Asian and Tribal Art department.

TITIN

Titina Maselli in the memory of her brother Citto: a masterful story written on the occasion of the exhibition that Bertolami Fine Art dedicates to a great protagonist of post-war Italian art.

TITINA MASELLI - THE RITES OF MODERNITY

At Bertolami Fine Art, an exhibition curated by Claudia Terenzi retraces the career of Titina Maselli, sparkling personality and top artist of post-war Italian art.

AUCTION 73 OF ARCHAEOLOGY: FINDS FROM ANCIENT ITALIAN COLLECTIONS

In the auction 73 a selection of finds from 19th and early 20th century Italian collections, Roman marbles and an appendix of ancient photography with an archaeological theme.

Numismatics auction 67: more successes for Roman republican coins

The positive trend of the republican Roman coins continues and consolidates: second part of the report on the results of the auction 67 Bertolami Fine Art by Numismatica.

Auction 67 of numismatics: always alive the passion for Greek coins

Focus on the performance of the Greek bronze and silver coin market in the first part of Numismatica's auction 67 results report.