Bertoldo di Giovanni at the Frick Collection | A conversation with co-curator Alexander J. Noelle 

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The Frick Collection has just opened the first monographic exhibition on Florentine sculptor Bertoldo di Giovanni (ca. 1140 – 1491): Bertoldo di Giovanni: The Renaissance of Sculpture in Medici Florence. By reuniting nearly his entire...

Patrick Faucheur, nephew of French painter Firmin-Girard, talks to us about the preparation of the artist’s catalogue raisonné

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French painter Marie-François Firmin-Girard (1838-1921) was one of the most attentive interpreters and witnesses of French society during the glorious years of the Belle Époque. A pupil of famous painter Jean-Léon Gérôme (1824-1904), Firmin-Girard became one of...

Verrocchio: Master of Leonardo | Interview with Exhibition Curator Professor Francesco Caglioti

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Until July 14, the rooms of Palazzo Strozzi in Florence host Andrea del Verrocchio: Master of Leonardo, the first monographic exhibition ever dedicated to the artist. It is a one of a kind show, displaying over...

Exhibition review | Antonello da Messina at the Royal Palace of Milan

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It is rather strange to go to the London National Gallery and notice that one of the most important paintings in its collection is not there. Antonello da Messina’s Saint Jerome in his Study (Fig....

The art of Michele Tosini. An interview with Professor Heidi J. Hornik

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Professor Heidi J. Hornik is the major international expert on Michele Tosini, also known as Michele di Ridolfo del Ghirlandaio (Florence 1503-1577). In this interview, Hornik provides key information to the understanding of a Cinquecento Florentine master. ...

Herner & Co Launch The New Website

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We are delighted to announce the launch of Herner & Co’s new website. Please feel free to browse our new online catalogue which we will update throughout the rest of 2018. The blog showcases the...