ART GALLERY A. PALLESI ART GALLERY
Alfredo Pallesi was born in Bologna. Coming from a family of antique dealers, he opened his first cabinet in Rome in 1968. In 1981, he began his collaboration with Finarte Casa d’Aste at the Rome headquarters. After a few years, he became General Manager and took care of the headquarters of Milan, then Madrid.
In 2002, he resigned from Finarte and opened a gallery in Rome at 54 Via Margutta. He returns to his former activity by dedicating himself to the sale of paintings and sculptures from the 17th to the 20th century. He participates in various exhibitions including the Biennial of Florence and Rome. In 2011, he moved the gallery to the Principality of Monaco where he opened at Park Palace
"Vues et paysages d’Italie"
The period of the nineteenth century is characterized by travels throughout Europe, which are much easier than in the previous century. Italy becomes the unavoidable destination for foreign painters.
Rome, Florence, Venice, Naples and their surroundings are greatly frequented by artists from all over Europe, as evidenced by their innumerable travel diaries.
There are many paintings with the subject of Italian’s views and landscapes, which are well known all over Europe but also overseas. For an Italian gallery located abroad, it seemed quite natural to present a sample of these works, which are the testimony of the artistic development of that time.