Our Catalogues

All the catalogues in this section, were produced by “I Tipi” from publishing house Umberto Allemandi. In all the catalogues, the published paintings are presented in a chronological order since the artist’s date of birth, making them an object of study. Wanting to share our love for art and the study behind, we offer our catalogues free of charge, in an easy-to-read PDF format, which you can download by clicking on each cove-page (this option is unfortunately not available in our last catalogue realized for Flashback 2019).

Italian Painting from the 17th to 18th century: Twenty years of activity | 2013

This catalogue was published on the occasion of the first inaugural exhibition, 9th November to 21st December 2013, of our Gallery’s new main branch at Via Giolitti 39, in Turin. Within this catalogue, we listed all the paintings that had transited through our gallery in the first 20 years of our activity. To be precise, the paintings published in this catalogue are 85.

Featured artists include: Tommaso Salini known as “ Mao”, Francesco Furini , Charles Dauphin, Ercole Procaccini The Younger, Pietro Dandini, Pandolfo Reschi, Domenico Piola, Pieter Van Bloemen also known as “Standaart”, Giovanni Paolo Castelli known as Lo Spadino, Antonio Balestra, Francesco Trevisani, Francesco Solimena, Francesco Simonini, Claudio Francesco Maria Beaumont, Giovanni Battista Pittoni, Vittorio Amedeo Cignaroli, etc… At the end of the book, thanks to Professor and Author Maria Teresa Reineri, we included a brief description of our story, explaining who we are and what we do.

Italian Painting from the 17th to 20th century| 2013

This catalogue was published for the first inaugural exhibition of our new Gallery at Via Giolitti 39 in Turin from 9th November to 21st December 2013. For this special event, the catalogue presents all the paintings that have passed through our gallery during the first 20 years of activity (the first and second catalogues were published at the same time).

The artists exhibited include: Giambattista Crosato, Giovanni Antonio Cucchi, Giuseppe Antonio Pianca, Vittorio Amedeo Cignaroli, Paolo Gerolamo Piola, caravaggist, napolitan and roman paintings from:Francesco Cairo, Van Bloemen, Filippo Lauri, Pietro Paolo Raggi, Fedele Fischetti, Daniel Seiter, Claudio Francesco Beaumont, Giacomo Grosso, Pietro Morgari, Pablo Salinas etc…

Italian Painting from the 17th to 18th century| 2014

This catalogue was published on the second exhibition held at our Gallery from the 8th of November to the 21st of December 2014.

The artists exhibited include: Bartolomeo Cavarozzi, Bernardo Strozzi, Dirck Van Baburen, Michelangelo Cerquozzi, Carle Dauphin, Agostino Scilla, David De Coninck, Gregorio De Ferrari, Antonio Calza, Giovanni Paolo Castelli known as Lo Spadino, Antonio Mercurio Amorosi, Jan Frans Van Bloemen also known as L’Orizzonte, Gian Antonio Pellegrini, Giambattista Crosato, Francesco Foschi, etc…

Italian Painting from the 17th to 18th century| 2015

This catalogue was published for the happening of the third exhibition held at our Gallery from the 20th of November to the 23rd of December 2015.

The artists exhibited include: Mattia Preti, Valerio Castello, Paolo Porpora, Antonio Zanchi, Johann Carl Loth, Giovanni Battista Langetti, Ilario Mercanti known as Lo Spolverini, Antonio Maria Marini, Antonio Balestra, Jacopo Amiconi, Francesco Antonio Simonini, Giovanni Michele Graneri, Vittorio Amedeo Rapous, Michele Antonio Rapous.

Four centuries of painting | 2016

This catalogue was published for the fourth exhibition held at our Gallery from the 26th of November to 22nd December 2016 and from the 10th to 28th January 2017.

Featured artists are: Antonio Tempesta, Orazio Riminaldi, Giovanni Stanchi, Valerio Castello, Abraham Brueghel, Antonio Tibaldi, Giovanni Battista Langetti, Andrea Belvedere, Sebastiano Ricci, Antonio Balestra, Alessandro Magnasco known as “il Lissandrino”, Antonio Francesco Peruzzini, Pietro Navarra, Giacomo Francesco Cipper known as “Il Todeschini”, Francesco Foschi, Girolamo Starace Franchis, Vittorio Amedeo Rapous, Vittorio Amedeo Cignaroli and Giovanni Battista Quadrone.

In the Self-Portrait section, the featured artists are: Angelo Trevisani, Gaetano Piattoli, Pierre Bonnaud, Benito Belli, Ottavio Mazzonis, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Gaetano Grillo, Omar Galliani and Salvatore Giamblanco.

Twenty-five years of activity | 2017-18

This catalogue, published in Turin in April 2019 and distributed in May 2019, was presented a couple of weeks before our presence at AMART Fair in Milan. It offers a comprehensive overview of our 25 years of activity including our values and our mission that has always been related to a pure and deep passion for Art, something we are dedicating all our entire life and career to. At the end of this catalogue, we share some of our feelings, regarding the discovery of 4 important paintings featured in the catalogue. 

Featured artists are: “Maestro fiorentino” and “Master of Santo Spirito” (or Agnolo Del Mazziere), Santi Di Tito, Guglielmo Caccia known as Il Moncalvo, Bernardo Strozzi known as Il Cappuccino or Il Prete Genovese, Filippo Vitale, Nicolas Régnier, Gioacchino  Assereto, Cesare Fracanzano, Francesco Fracanzano, Mattia Preti, Giacinto Brandi, Domenico Piola, Paolo Gerolamo Piola, Joost Van De Hamme, Antonio Zanchi, Ciro Ferri, Giovan Battista Beinaschi, Scipione Compagno, Luigi Garzi, Daniel Seiter, Francesco Trevisani, Antonio Balestra, Pietro Domencio Olivero, Claudio Francesco Beaumont, Giovanni Michele Graneri, Vittorio Amedeo Rapous, Vittorio Amedeo Cignaroli, Angelo Da Campo, Giovambattista Crosato, Enrico Gamba, Andrea Marchisio, Giulio Cervi, Giovanni Gagliardi.

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Catalogue produced for FLASHBACK | 2019

This catalogue was published for our exhibition at Flashback 2019 Art Fair- Pala Alpitour, Turin, from 31st October to 3rd November 2019. This catalogue does not form part of the “I Tipi” series by Umberto Allemandi (PDF is not available).