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Pietro Paolo Olivieri (1551-Rome-1599) Creation of Eve White marble relief, 44 x 64.5 cm, 1580-1585. Riccardo Bacarelli (stand 137). TEFAF 2015 Antiques (13-22 March 2015)

Literature: A. Parronchi, ‘Alcuni inediti’, in M. Cianchi (edited by), Pierino da Vinci, proceeding of the conference (Vinci 1990), Florence, 1995, pp. 31-34; Will be included in L. Principi, ‘ Un rilievo di Pietro Paolo Olivieri con la Creazione di Eva e appunti sul leonardismo a Roma alla fine del Cinquecento’ in Commentari d’arte

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Antonio Trentanove (Rimini 1742-1812 Carrara), Hercules and the Hydra. Terracotta. Height circa 23 cm. Riccardo Bacarelli (stand 137). TEFAF 2015 Antiques (13-22 March 2015)

Preparatory model for the stucco sculpture in Palazzo Gessi in Faenza

Literature: Eugenio Riccòmini, Vaghezza e furore. La scultura del Settecento in Emilia, Bologna, 1977, p. 112, cat. 145; will be included in the forthcoming Andrea Bacchi, Un Ercole in terracotta di Antonio Trentanove, 2015

Riccardo Bacarelli, son of Benvenuto, directs the Bacarelli Gallery in Florence founded by grandfather Rizieri Bacarelli in 1923. In 2013 the gallery celebrated its 90th anniversary. Riccardo, draws towards its antiquarian tradition now at the third generation and strengthens the position of the gallery: adding to its permanent presence since 1961 at the Biennale Internazionale dell’Antiquariato di Firenze, the Biennale di Palazzo Venezia in Rome, and turning the attention towards the International market. Riccardo Bacarelli, in collaboration with brothers Bruno and Eleonora Botticelli, owners of the homonymous Florentine gallery, is a steady presence in London since 2011, organizing exhibitions of works of art and taking part to high relevance art and antiques shows (Master Paintings Week, London Art Week, Masterpiece and Frieze Masters since its first edition). Riccardo Bacarelli deals with fine art and antiques mainly from the Italian Renaissance to Neoclassicism with a focus on sculpture and painting. Riccardo Bacarelli serves on the board of some most important Italian art and antique dealers associations like the Associazione Antiquari Fiorentini and he is the General Secretary of the Associazione degli Antiquari d’Italia (AAI). He’s also member of the Board of the Biennale Internazionale dell’Antiquariato di Firenze and of the Biennale Internazionale di Roma.

Riccardo BacarelliDirector: Riccardo Bacarelli

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