Additional artworks will be shown on 27/01/2021 !


Romigioli Antichità Highlights for BRAFA 2024

Romigioli Antichità, a historic Milanese gallery specialised in Haute Epoque managed by brothers Giovanni and Valerio, has chosen Brafa, Europe's oldest art exhibition, as its first event outside Italy. It will feature the best works to represent Italy in the historical periods that best represent it: from medieval paintings with a gold background with works by Lorenzo di Bicci and the Master of Teplice; to Mannerist painting by Francesco di Girolamo di Pace, an artist originally from Prato and a pupil of Salviati in Florence. There will also be Renaissance and Baroque sculpture with the beautiful Carrara marble Cherubs by Giovanni Baratta from the Church of Santo Spirito in Florence. Baroque furniture and still life, classical subjects for the gallery, will represent the elegance of 17th century patrician homes. All the works have been selected and studied by top specialists and come exclusively from private collections.

BRAFA 2024 - Romigioli Antichità - Highlights



The gallery was founded in 1970. For the last thirty years it has been run by Giovanni and Valerio Romigioli. Over the years, the focus has shifted from furniture and period objects to painting and sculpture. Baroque still life has been the subject of two exhibitions: 'The Triumph of Nature' and 'Francesca's Flowers.' In recent years, the emphasis has been on medieval painting and sculpture, in collaboration with the most accredited specialists. The gallery often lends works for cultural exhibitions, and some are now in museums. The gallery takes part in the most prestigious Italian fairs, including the Florence Biennale, Modenantiquaria and AMART Milan.

Founded : 1970


Haute Epoque


A.A.I. Associazione Antiquari d'Italia, Associazione Antiquari Milanesi, F.I.M.A. Federazione Italiana Mercanti d'Arte


Modenantiquaria, AMART Milano, BIAF - Biennale Internazionale dell’Antiquariato di Firenze