News

  6 results

Porcelain Scent bottles

The Giordano Collection

The precious bottles of precious perfumes In the 1700s, when Meissen porcelain was at its height of refinement and fame, ceramic perfume bottles became part of the private wardrobe, just like pocket watches, walking stick knobs and snuff boxes: collectable objects for the educated and discriminating.
Edited by: Andreina D'Agliano, Simone Caliri
2020, Cartonato con sovraccoperta, 368pp., 290ill.
ISBN: 9788842224679
€ 120,00

De Chirico

Catalogue raisonné of the work
Volume 1 Part 2 - 1912 | 1913

No artist has been catalogued in such detail before

De Chirico's early work can be divided into distinct phases, styles, subjects, iconography and poetic themes, which allows each volume to be effectively a monograph that stands up in its own right.
Edited by: Paolo Baldacci, Gerd Roos
2020, Paperback, 218pp., 228ill.
ISBN: 9788842224990
€ 70,00

Giorgio de Chirico

Catalogue raisonné Vol 1 Part 2

No artist has been catalogued in such detail before De Chirico's early work can be divided into distinct phases, styles, subjects, iconography and poetic themes, which allows each volume to be effectively a monograph that stands up in its own right. Volume one, “The late romantic and early...
Edited by: Paolo Baldacci, Gerd Roos
2020, Paperback, 218pp., 228ill.
ISBN: 9788842224983
€ 70,00

AMERICA FI(R)ST

L’America di Trump | Trump’s America

A photographic Spoon River Anthology of America today

I think it is the perfect visual illustration of Trump’s America, so well executed that it is almost harrowing. The ability to capture the soul of a nation, in photography, has always fascinated me as an idea. Renata Busettini and Max Ferrero have done it. They went there. They went all the way."
Alan Friedman
Author: Renata Busettini, Max Ferrero
2020, Paperback, 128pp., 96ill.
ISBN: 9788842225263
€ 20,00

Precious Portraits

Tiny Sculpture masterpieces of Imperial Rome, The Reinaissance Taste and the Antique

The cameo portraits of Imperial Rome

It could perhaps be said that the most elegant and precious sculptural art is that of miniature stone carvings.
Author: Dario Del Bufalo
2020, Cartonato con sovraccoperta, 400pp., 650ill.
ISBN: 9788842224273
€ 130,00

Bernardino Luini

Complete Works

One of the greatest Milanese painters, often mistaken for Da Vinci

Bernardino Luini (Dumenza? c. 1482 - Milan 1532) was one of the foremost painters working in Milan between the second and third decades of the 16th century. He was a contemporary of Zenale and Bramantino, who were his main stylistic influences, and of Andrea Solario and Giovanni Agostino da Lodi.
Author: Cristina Quattrini
2019, Cartonato con sovraccoperta, 528pp., 470ill.
ISBN: 9788842222958
€ 160,00