We want to create and share original works of art and unforgettable experiences by local artist in Florence, keeping alive the tradition of the Renaissance Bottega but in a contemporary style.
With our team we work to bring the finest selection of contemporary fresco paintings of our Master’s art, to public and private walls in an international level.
In our private ART GALLERY STUDIO IGUARNIERI you find original CONTEMPORARY ARTWORKS featuring a multitude of genres with a focus on Florentine’s way of appreciative value.
Whether you are interested in purchasing a single painting or implementing and expanding a comprehensive art program, our private art gallery studio iguarnieri, is able to assist you on a multitude of levels.
Under the Michelangelo’s Piazzale, in front of the River, by the Poggi’s square ramp. Ten minutes walk from Ponte Vecchio, just outside San Niccolò doors, you find THE ART GALLERY STUDIO IGUARNIERI. In a townhouse with terrace by the Arno River, the florentine Masters Roberto and Rodolfo paint in fresco technique Florence, the Tuscany Landscape, tributes to Michelangelo, Botticelli, Da Vinci, Ghirlandaio, Brunelleschi, Masaccio, from the Spring till Picasso and Modigliani nudes, also by commission, you may satisfy every single wish for your home. The world wide shipping is guarantee.
Artist’s Studio Gallery Firenze, 39 Lungarno Benvenuto Cellini
Art Gallery Studio Iguarnieri is the most well known studio of Local Artists in Florence, where International Collectors buy Original Fine Art. The studio specializes in Contemporary Fresco Paintings and Sculptures for the last 20 years for the Art Lovers from all around the world.
In a national and international role by preserving, collecting, exhibiting, and understanding the contemporaneity of nowdays at the highest possible standards.
Critics “Hands, in the magma of the visible”
The “manual” imprint which characterizes the fresco paintings of Iguarnieri apparently seems to distinguish itself through the various distances between figurations of reality and their representations. The given natural forms (landscape, human and vegetable forms) seem metamorphosed and exaggerated, in different ways, from the application of a very original technique of preparation and execution of the work: a type of fresco in progress applied to many different surfaces and capable of a myriad of following interventions until the final version is fixed.
Prof. Leonello Rabatti