Vincenzo Camuccini (1771-Rome-1844), Horse head. Pencil and black charcoal on paper, touches of white, 57 x 44 cm. Francesca Antonacci Damiano Lapiccirella Fine Art (stand 716). TEFAF 2015 Antiques (13-22 March 2015)
Provenance: Camuccini private collection, Cantalupo
Literature: Carlo Falconieri, Vita di Vincenzo Camuccini e pochi studi sulla pittura contemporanea, Rome, 1875
Lucien Lévy-Dhurmer (1865-1953), Two Sikh. Pastels on beige paper, 61 x 47.3 cm. Signed and dated lower right ‘Levy-Dhurmer 1917. Francesca Antonacci Damiano Lapiccirella Fine Art (stand 716). TEFAF 2015 Antiques (13-22 March 2015)
Exhibitions: Brussels, Galérie des artistes français, Lévy-Dhurmer, 1927-1928, no. 31
Francesca Antonacci Damiano Lapiccirella Fine Art. Director: Antonacci Francesca , Lapiccirella Damiano.
Francesca Antonacci Damiano Lapiccirella Fine Art merges two historical antique galleries, respectively based in Rome and Florence, which have been among the points of reference of both Italian and international collecting since the beginning of the 1900s.
Francesca Antonacci, belonging to the fourth generation of antique dealers, started her own personal business in a charming artist courtyard off via Margutta in Rome; specialised in neo-classical artists, paintings of ‘The Grand Tour’, sculptures and works of art from the XVIII and XIX century.
Damiano Lapiccirella started his activity in London in 1978. Once back to Italy, he took over the family business by inaugurating his own gallery dealing in Old Masters paintings, drawings and works of art; since 2012 he moved to Rome and joined Francesca’s gallery and create e new company: Francesca Antonacci Damiano Lapiccirella Fine Art. They exhibit at the major international art fairs, such as Salon du Dessin in Paris, as well Masterpiece in London, Biennale of Palazzo Corsini in Florence, Mostra Internazionale dell’Antiquariato in Rome.
Specialized in Pantings and Drawings from the XVII to the XIX century, neoclassical sculpture, objects of art.