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This November, audiences will have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience rare and newly discovered masterworks by some of the greatest artists of the Italian Renaissance, including a rediscovered Donatello, a newly attributed Tintoretto, a marble sculpture by Antonio Lombardo, and a terracotta sculpture by Benedetto da Rovezzano, in a special exhibition at Colnaghi New York. The exhibition marks a rare occasion in which such a significant number of museum-quality works from the Italian Renaissance will come to the market at one time. Renaissance builds on Colnaghi’s longstanding history of bringing great masterworks from the Italian Renaissance to the United States. The special presentation provides a prelude to Colnaghi’s forthcoming collaborative exhibition with Venetian Heritage, which will open at the Ca’ d’Oro in Venice in April 2022, coinciding with the Venice Biennale.
About Colnaghi Gallery
Founded in 1760, Colnaghi is one of the oldest commercial art galleries in the world and one of the few to specialize in works of art from antiquity to the present day. Since the late-nineteenth century, Colnaghi has been a leading dealership in Old Master paintings and sculpture, prints and drawings, selling masterpieces to the greatest collectors and museums of the Gilded Age. With galleries today in London, New York, and Madrid, Colnaghi deals in rare objects from the Ancient World and the finest Old Master, Modern, and contemporary masterpieces, providing its clients with expert advice and opportunities to cross-collect across centuries and media. Colnaghi is directed by co-CEOs and owners Jorge Coll and Victoria Golembiovskaya. Carlos A. Picón oversees Colnaghi New York.
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