Italian paintings, sculptures and works of art from the Medieval to the early Neoclassical period
Via Maggio 39R
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Since 1984, Brothers Bruno and Eleonora Botticelli have dealt with the discovery and study of European sculptures, pieces of furniture and paintings from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance.
Thanks to the collaboration with art historians and researchers, they have explored the new and less known aspects of the fine arts world. Their findings were diffusively published in exhibitions catalogues and art reviews.
To continue the work begun by his father in 1960 they are a constant presence in the Biennale Internazionale dell'Antiquariato di Firenze.
Their gallery in Via Maggio, Florence, is a quiet meeting place for art lovers and researchers.
In the course of time, important works of art discovered by Bruno and Eleonora Botticelli were bought by the Italian government for display at some relevant museums. Among these, the altarpiece by Bernardino Poccetti once in the Certosa del Galluzzo - today at the Uffizi Gallery; and a series of marble pillars carved by Benedetto da Rovezzano for the San Giovanni Gualberto funeral monument - now displayed at the Museo del Cenacolo di San Salvi in Florence.
By consolidating a historical collaboration, the Botticelli brothers join Florence’s Bacarelli Gallery at the Frieze Masters and Masterpiece Fair in London, maintaining a constant presence on the international art market.