Alessandro Cesati at the Florence ‘Biennale’

Alessandro Cesati at the Florence ‘Biennale’

From September 21 to 29 at Palazzo Corsini, the 31st BIAF Florence International Antiques Fair will be open to the public, celebrating its 60 years: 77 galleries with their exquisite selection of artworks are bound to charm the numerous Private Collectors, Museum Directors and Curators coming from all over the world.

The Alessandro Cesati Gallery will be attending the oldest and most prestigious Italian fair with a fascinating ensemble of Sculpture and Works of Art.
An accurate selection of mainly Italian artworks will be shown in stand 47, facing the Palazzo Corsini Throne Hall: among these, an unpublished Portable Triptych with Scenes from the Life of Christ, made in the well-known Embriachi workshop and dating to the first decades of the Quattrocento, with two beautifully painted monochrome Angels on its doors backside.


Some significant sculptures will be exhibited as well, such as a proud-looking limestone Stylobate Lion, representing a rare witness of the very early 14th century sculpture in the Marche region.


It will be also possible to admire some rare caskets, like an exquisite ebony one, inlaid with engraved and gilded mother-of-pearl plaques, depicting different scenes from the Story of Susanna. This special work, made in Southern Germany in the early 17th century, was probably conceived as a wedding gift to the bride.


We Look Forward to Seeing You at BIAF!

Stand n° 47. Florence International Biennial Antiques Fair
Palazzo Corsini
September 21st -29th.
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